Disnerds Gotta Eat: Grown Up Grilled Cheese

Fangirls, just over a week ago I got home from a long anticipated trip to Walt Disney World.  I got to see my friends and reexperience one of the most magical places on earth, and was reminded of my favorite part of the Disney Parks; the food.  Obviously, I loved seeing my friends for the first time in 3 years, but I love food.  We had the dinning plan, so we got a lot of food every day.  One of my favorite foods on Walt Disney Property is the Grown Up Grilled Cheese from Captain Cook’s in the Polynesian Resort.


The Grown Up Grilled Cheese from the Polynesian has 3 different cheeses, grilled into a sandwich with tomato slices.  It’s pretty dang simple, but I love it so much.  Plus, it comes with french fries, and Disney french fries are the best on the planet.

Anyways.  I got home and was really missing Disney food.  We ate quite lavishly for a week, so it was weird to come home and make my own meals again.  I still wanted the feeling of Disney food, so I made up my own version of the Grown Up Grilled Cheese that is nowhere near as delicious, but will do just fine until I can get back to Walt Disney World.


You will need:
1 Honey Oat Sandwich Thin
Mexican Blend Sprinkle Cheese
Tomato Slices
A Wedge of Laughing Cow Creamy Swiss Light
A George Foreman Grill

Since it’s a grilled cheese sandwich, it’s pretty darn easy.  Start by plugging in and turning on your GF Grill.  Spread the Laughing Cow cheese across the inside of each side of the sandwich thin.  Sprinkle the sprinkle cheese evenly on both sides.  Slice up your tomato and place the slices on both pieces of the sandwich thin.  Smooth them together and grill; take out when the sprinkle cheese has melted.


It’s simple, but oh so tasty.  My Grown Up Grilled Cheese only has 2 types of cheese, which pales in comparison to Disney’s 3, but it’s still delicious.  I really encourage you all to try this out, because even if you aren’t a Disney fan, it’s damn good grilled cheese.















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