Skip the bread and opt for a biscuit “bun” instead. This empanada-style dinner, featuring the classic taco ingredients of ground beef, salsa and cheese, is ready to go in a half an hour.
Everything seems to taste better grilled, and these sandwiches are no exception. The best part is that they’re made individually, so your family members can personalize theirs as they please.
Sandwich pockets are the key to ease when your life is go, go, go. Although we think that beef, pepperoni, pizza sauce and cheese is a killer combo, use what you have on hand to make dinner a breeze.
Tempt the kids with this fun sandwich twist that makes waffles out of biscuit dough, then slathers them with peanut butter and jelly. It’s even easy enough for the kids to make themselves. Bonus!
Four ingredients plus your slow cooker equals an undeniably yummy sandwich. The meat can be made ahead of time and quickly reheated for those super-crunched weeknights when time is at a premium.
Kids will love seeing these mini sandwiches on the table ‘cuz they’re sized just for them. They use Crescents for bread and a layering of four simple ingredients for a done-in-minutes filling.
Treat the fam to a campfire dinner without having to trek out to the woods. The fun is in being allowed to pull off your own portion of the foil-wrapped, perfect-for-the-grill loaf.
Stuffed with cheese, dipped in cheese sauce and cooked—this has to be one of the cheesiest grilled sandwiches we’ve seen. It’s definitely a double dose of yum.
Give dinner a twist—literally—with these Crescent-braided sandwiches that are stuffed with Italian-style meatballs and a dash of grated Parmesan cheese.
Simple shortcuts, like using precooked bacon, help get this sandwich ready to go in about 20 minutes. No need for a panini maker, either. This recipe’s totally doable in a contact grill, too.