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Melted Brie and Bacon on Grilled Flatbread

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This Melted Brie and Bacon on Grilled Flatbread is the perfect lunch. Warm, filling and oh so very flavorful.

Melted Brie and Bacon on Grilled Flatbread

Day 6 of the A-Z Blogging Challenge in April and I’m on the Letter F.

I have hopped all over the place with today’s recipe – in fact, I’ve made three things that were destined for today.

Each time I found something new I wanted to put here. I have settled on Flatbread as my letter F word.

Oh how I love brie cheese. I’m the only one in the house too. Because of this, I don’t buy it often, but when I do – you can bet I try to find fun and interesting ways to enjoy it.

I had flatbread sitting around one day and I decided that somehow I wanted to use it.

I did consider brie and bacon flatbread pizza, which could be done exactly the same way, without folding it.

Instead I wanted it as more of a sandwich. Kinda looks like a taco, actually. But shhh.

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Melted Brie and Bacon on Grilled Flatbread

Melted Brie & Bacon on Grilled Flatbread

Yield: 1 sandwich
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 7 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

This Melted Brie & Bacon on Grilled Flatbread is the perfect lunch. Warm, filling and oh so very flavorful.

Ingredients

  • 1 piece of flat bread
  • 3-4 slices of brie cheese, assuming you've bought a wedge of it
  • 2-3 pieces of bacon, crumbled
  • 1 roma tomato, chopped
  • Seasonings or herbs, if desired
  • Butter for grilling

Instructions

  1. Spread butter on one side of the flatbread and place it butter side down in a skillet over medium heat. Layer the slices of brie cheese on top, then the bacon. Sprinkle any herbs you'd like - I used a pinch of fresh Thyme.
  2. Allow the flatbread to grill until you start to get some color on the underside of the flatbread and the brie is starting to really melt. (It will continue to melt after its removed from the stove from the heat through the flatbread (especially if you fold it).
  3. Add the tomatoes just before serving. Delicious - flavorful and amazing melty goodness!

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Nicole Humphrey Cook

Friday 6th of April 2012

I understand completely Shannon - rare here too, but I do still do it occasionally. You should try it with flatbread, it was delicious!

Shannon Lawrence

Friday 6th of April 2012

I love flatbread and brie, but I've never had them together. How is that?? Like you, I'm the only one in my household who will eat brie, so it is a rare treat.

Shannon at The Warrior Muse, co-host of the 2012 #atozchallenge! Twitter: @AprilA2Z

Debra Kristi

Friday 6th of April 2012

OMG! - Love!

Nicole Humphrey Cook

Friday 6th of April 2012

Me too! Thank you!

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