Honey Jalapeño Mustard Toasted Sandwiches

Wednesday, April 19, 2017


*This post is in collaboration with Mary's Secret Ingredients, but all opinions are my own.  

I thought April was going to be a relatively peaceful month (despite our upcoming move), but I had completely forgotten about prom.  Now, I am not going to prom (and I am so glad), and I don't have kids going to prom, but I am a seamstress, which means prom dresses have been hanging in my closet for close to a month now, as I have fit and altered a bunch.  
So squeezing in a few hours of alteration every week around my regular life has been a challenge.  Especially trying to get meals prepared.  Thankfully, last week, I got a super fun box from Mary's Secret Ingredients that has helped make dinner prep just a little easier.  

They send a surprise box every quarter with high quality, delicious ingredients to make fun meals.  This time the box included some truffles(We actually gifted these to a friend because they were so beautiful, and needed a little gift last minute), a sesame dressing (I haven't tried this one yet), a chocolate sesame spread(this is a glorious item!), and a fabulous jalapeño honey mustard.  

This toasted sandwich includes the Wilder Jalapeño honey mustard, and it totally makes the sandwich.  I normally insist this kind of a sandwich have bacon, but it didn't even need it.  
Mary's Secret Ingredients would make a terrific Mother's Day or Father's Day gift to the cook in your family.  I know I loved receiving my box, and can't wait to try out these ingredients in a few other recipes.  



Honey Jalapeño Mustard Sandwiches
Makes two sandwiches

4 slices of Challah or other white bread
1 apple, thinly sliced
5-8 thin slices of sharp cheddar cheese
2 tsp Wilder Honey Jalapeño Mustard

Spread the honey mustard in a thick layer on all four slices of your bread, carefully lay the apple on two of the slices of bread, and top it with thin slices of cheese.  Put the final two pieces of bread on top, and toast under the broiler, a grill pan or panini press.

Enjoy!



2 comments

  1. This sandwich looks amazing! I totally need to make this for lunch soon!

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  2. that looks seriously amazing.

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