There are days that being on the go is a must and eating a good meal is nil. When those days come about, I will make one of the following five open-faced bread slice treats. They are filling and quick.
The cheese puff is one of two winter delights for a bread slice treat. The easy of buttering the bread, putting a little shredded cheddar on, and stick it in the oven for a few, makes a quick treat. Puffy! If there is a little burnt piece, without setting off the fire alarm, the better.
The cinnamon bread is fixed by putting some butter on a slice of bread, and putting it to the side real quick. Next, put a little, not even a tablespoon, cinnamon in a separate container, with sugar. Shake it up! Shake. Shake. Shake. The look/ratio should be the look of "salt and pepper," heavier on the salt look. Then take a teaspoon and lightly spiral it onto the butter bread. Pop it in the oven for a few minutes and viola, a sweet open-faced bread sliced treat. Ah, yes, this is the second favorite of the winter delights, with a cup of coffee.
Never, ever underestimate the simplicity of butter bread. This delightful open-face bread treat is enjoyed just as it is, with whatever bread type, and/or popped in the oven. If the butter bread is popped in the oven one gets the crispy taste.
Life on the go has moments where grabbing a single slice of bread is essential for making an open-faced peanut butter an jelly sandwich. Typically using a smooth peanut better helps with not ripping the bread, and proceeding to topping it off with strawberry or grape jelly (sometimes jam) makes this a filling treat.
Trying different styles of open-faced bread treats, I happened across this in a pinch. I like tomato sandwiches, but one day lacked a second piece of bread. The open-faced approach works best if the bread has mayo on one side, a slice of cheese, and then at least two slices of tomato. The taste is still the same and filling.
Ha! "Meany Brits" ... I never thought of adding beans! Whoohoo -- now I must experiment! LOL :) Thank you --
OH nice .. Parmesan cheese...for as much cheese as we have on hand here for salads.. I never thought to add da Parmesan ... this is great.. yay!!
One more to add to your list. Buttered with Parmesan sprinkled on and toasted. Yum!
I LOVE baked beans on toast. As a kid, I thought I had invented the greatest recipe. Unfortunately, I found out later in life the Brits had "stolen" my idea more than a century before I was born. Meany Brits!
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