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Hot Jam Breakfast Sandwiches

Hot Jam Breakfast Sandwiches

"These slightly sweet sandwiches give a whole new meaning to grilled sandwiches. The combination of flavors are guaranteed to appeal to everyone."
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20 m servings
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  1. In a bowl, mix butter and coconut; stir in jam and cinnamon. Spread between slices of bread. Grill on a greased skillet until golden brown on both sides.

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Delicious! I didn't make a sandwich, but rather used this as a spread on toasted cinnamon raisin bagels. Like another reviewer I tried it with both Land O Lakes lite butter and reduced fat cream...

HUGE hit with the family. I didn't have raisin bread, I had regular Sara Lee whole wheat bread. I grilled them in my greased cast iron skillet which I think made them even awesomer, if that's ev...

made this twice, second time used cream cheese instead of butter, delicious both ways! Not as overly sweet as you would think from reading the recipe. My kids loved it as a snack after gymnast...

We just had these for breakfast a couple of minutes ago and they got a 5 star response from my family. So warm and yummy. I had to use grape jelly, but next time I will use apricot. Thanks for t...

This is so easy and makes a nice presentation. I certainly could see serving this for brunch for family or friends, maybe cutting into quarters. I sprayed the outside of the bread with ICBINB,...

I really enjoyed this recipe. Quick to make, and great taste. You don't need to put alot of the jam mixture on the bread. It is best with Raisin bread, but, I'm sure it would be good with white ...

Absolutely delicious! This was very sweet and tangy with the apricot. Perfect for summer as it is tropical in flavor. You could leave the coconut out or sub cream cheese if you don't like/want/...

Before trying this recipe, I thought that mixing apricot jam with cinnamon would be very weird. But it's absolutely delish!

Lovely combination of flavors and could also be used as a brunch option or even a dessert/sweet snack. The jam/cinnamon/butter/coconut mix could also just be used as a spread. Thanks for sharing...

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