Grilled Chocolate Sandwiches

Grilled Chocolate Sandwiches: a quick and easy dessert sandwich by I bake he shoots. |

I gotta give it up to Alice Medrich. Why? Because Grilled Chocolate Sandwiches…for real.

Why wasn’t it me who came up with melted chocolate on buttered, toasted bread? I crane my neck and scream at the chocolate gods:

Why? Why wasn’t it me?

As usual, they ignored me, but I’ll be alright. My girl, Alice Medrich, hooked me up.

Grilled Chocolate Sandwiches: a quick and easy dessert sandwich by I bake he shoots. |

Usually, when it’s snack time, I reach for a big ole box of Cheez-its. Sometimes, if Sriracha is on hand, which is always, I’ll make my favorite stove top popcorn. But this sandwich? Oh man, grilled chocolate sandwiches are my new favorite snack. I love that you can see the chocolate peeking through the sourdough. Hello!

Grilled Chocolate Sandwiches: a quick and easy dessert sandwich by I bake he shoots. |

I’m not gonna lie to you. I put extra chocolate in my sandwich. Hey, it’s not my fault, man! San Luis Sourdough has really long slices, alright? Plus, I needed the antioxidants or whatever.

Pay attention, now because this is simple: chocolate + buttered bread + grill = your next culinary adventure. Do it…then tip your hat to Alice Medrich…and of course, the gods of chocolate.


Grilled Chocolate Sandwiches Recipe

Grilled Chocolate Sandwiches Recipe barely adapted from Food52

Grilled Chocolate Sandwiches
Makes 2 sandwiches
Serves: 2
  • Unsalted butter or olive oil
  • 4 slices sweet or sourdough French bread or firm white sandwich bread
  • About 2 ounces broken or chopped semisweet or bittersweet chocolate, or ⅓ cup chocolate chips
  • Coarse sea salt (optional)
  • 1 tablespoon sugar mixed with ⅛ teaspoon ground cinnamon (optional)
  1. Butter one side of each slice of bread generously or pour 2 T olive oil in skillet and swirl to coat.
  2. In a skillet big enough to hold them, cook the slices butter side down over medium heat, just until pale gold on one side.
  3. Put chocolate on two of the slices. Cover pan to make chocolate melt quicker.
  4. Flip a naked slice on top, butter side up.
  5. Cook, turning the sandwiches as necessary, until the chocolate is softened and the sandwiches are browned on both sides.
  6. Sprinkle with sea salt and/or cinnamon-sugar, if using, and serve immediately.
  7. Variation: Spread 2 T of peanut butter on the other slice of bread to make a Grilled Peanut Butter and Chocolate Sandwich.


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