Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Grilled Cheese

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During a recent trip to Native Sun, I found slices of Daiya dairy free cheese. I have had their shredded cheese but seeing the slices made me dream of a grilled cheese sandwich which I have not had in a long time. I don’t write about it much, but I am gluten-free and dairy free.

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Ingredients: 2 slices of Udi’s bread, 2 slices of daiya cheddar cheese, a slice of tomato and 1 teaspoon of Earth Balance. You can add other things like spinach, turkey meat, or my favorite, a chunky tomato slice between the two slices of cheese.
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Cook the sandwich on medium heat for about 2 minutes on each side. Then cover the pan to help the cheese melt .
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The sandwich was awesome! Just enough crispiness on the outside and lots of melty ooey gooeyness between the tomato and the cheese. The only thing that would make it better is some tomato soup. Next time. Next time.

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4 responses to “Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Grilled Cheese

  1. Christina

    How do you find the Udi’s gluten free bread? Which one do you get as I know there are a few. Also, have you heard the idea that Sourdough bread has been known to be very low in gluten if the starter is fermented long enough?

    • Udi’s is everywhere. I try to get the whole grain but their version of white bread is good too. You can find Udi’s in the freezer section at Publix, Whole Foods and Native Sun.

      I am still a skeptic about sourdough bread being gluten free. As someone living with Celiac Disease it seems a little risky…

      • Choicelady

        Nothing not specified as GF should be ingested. Not spelt (sold to my husband TWICE as “wheat free” – he’s learned), not sprouted wheat, not sourdough. NOTHING. I am not suffering from celiac, but WOW am I reactive to all of the above. Friends mean well – it’s not enough. Stay clear of anything NOT LABELED as GF.

        In CA there are several GF stores, and even Safeway has Udi’s in the frozen food case. Stick with GF breads and baked products. Only way to be sure.

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