Apple & Grilled Swiss Sammie with Almond Tomato Soup

Apple & Grilled Swiss Sammie with Almond Tomato Soup

Check out this easy, light version of a snow day classic.

Did you know you don’t need butter to grill a panini? At least on a George Foreman Grill you don’t.

Ingredients:
2 slices wheat bread
1/2 Granny Smith Apple peeled and thinly sliced (potato peelers work wonders here)
2 slices light swiss cheese
1 can Campbell’s Tomato Soup
8 oz. Unsweetened Almond Milk*

Directions:
Place one slice of cheese on one slice of bread. Layer with apple slices. Top with the other slice of cheese and the other slice of bread. Grill on George Foreman grill until you start to hear the cheese sizzle (~5 minutes.)

Meanwhile, combine Tomato Soup and Almond Milk in a medium sauce pan on medium-low heat. Stir until smooth, serve when hot.

Slice sandwich in half, serve with soup.

The sandwich is delicious. The apple slices get warm and a bit soft, while still maintaining a bit of crunch. Make sure to use two slices of cheese, or the apples will only stick to one slice of bread. The soup… does taste a little different than if you use regular milk…

*Tim did not like the Almond Milk substitution, and prefers regular milk (or water.)  It definitely added a hint of sweetness.

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