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Brie and Golden Apple Panini with Roman Meal bread #MC #sponsored

Brie & Golden Apple Panini – Elevate Your Grilled Cheese

by Regan

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I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Roman Meal. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for participating.

Who says that a grilled cheese sandwich has to be just a grilled cheese sandwich? Don’t get me wrong, nothing brings the comforts of childhood much more than a grilled cheese sandwich but now that I’m an adult, I like to take those old childhood favorites a step further. I had the chance to try new-to-me Roman Meal bread and tested it out by making one of my favorite sandwiches: a brie and golden apple panini. 

Brie and Golden Apple Panini with Roman Meal bread #MC #sponsored

It sounds fancy, doesn’t it? In reality it couldn’t be more simple. Gather your ingredients:

  • Two slices of Roman Meal bread
  • a wedge of brie cheese
  • a golden delicious apple
  • butter
  • a panini press, griddle, or pan

Brie and Golden Apple Panini with Roman Meal bread #MC #sponsored

To create the sandwich you are going to put it together just as you would any other grilled cheese because, really, that’s all this is. A more grown up version of the classic childhood favorite.

  • slice the brie and arrange the slices evenly on one piece of bread
  • slice the apple very thin and arrange it evenly on top of the brie
  • put the sandwich together and butter both sides
  • grill on a hot pan until both sides are golden brown and the cheese is melted

Brie and Golden Apple Panini with Roman Meal bread #MC #sponsored

Why choose Roman Meal bread?

Roman Meal has been family owned and operated since 1912 and is baked fresh locally. They partner with more than 90 regional bakeries across the United States which means that Roman Meal is never frozen or shipped over long distances. This is important to me because it lessens the environmental impact of fuel emissions and the bread is more fresh than brands that ship their product over long distances. 

Not only is Roman Meal fresh, it is made with a natural whole grain blend of whole wheat, whole rye, wheat bran, wheat germ, and flaxmeal with hints of honey and molasses. My kids loved this bread for their turkey and peanut butter and honey sandwiches and asked us to buy it again. I definitely will because it is a good source of Vitamin D and made without high fructose corn syrup so I can feel good about giving it to them. 

Enter to win

Roman Meal Baked Fresh Sweepstakes

  • September 2-30 on the Roman Meal Facebook page
  • Grand prize = $2,500; several others will win free bread coupons.
  • Get a $1 off coupon when you enter the sweepstakes

You can also enter for your chance to win one of two vouchers for a free loaf of Roman Meal bread. In the meantime, get a $1.00 off coupon by signing up for their newsletter. You can also check them out on Facebook and Twitter.

Two winners! Open to residents of the US, 18+

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4 comments

Laurie Emerson September 26, 2014 - 7:59 pm

I love grilled cheese sandwiches especially using Roman Meal Bread. I never would have thought of apples before. Such a great suggestions!

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Jennifer Reed September 25, 2014 - 8:25 am

I love the Roman Meal Whole Grain Wide Pan Bread for sandwiches. My favorite part is that two slices deliver 90% of the daily recommendation of whole grain. I would love to try the Grilled Eggplant and Portobello Mushroom Sandwich recipe that I found on the Roman Meal site. It looks wonderful!

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MaryAnn Casey September 16, 2014 - 6:10 pm

I like experimenting with grilled cheese recipes. It never occurred to me to use apples.

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