Grilled Cheese Cat

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We created this fun and simple Grilled Cheese Cat and this takes just minutes to make!

My boys had such an fun time making these easy grilled cheese sandwiches. Get your kiddos involved and have them create their very own sandwich cat using ingredients you may already have! It’s awesome to see how their little minds create and what they will use and what they will come up with.

Grilled Cheese Cat


  • 2 Pieces of Bread
  • Butter
  • Sliced Cheese
  • 6 Pretzel Sticks
  • 5 Raisins


  1. Start out by cutting out the top of the bread to look like ears using kitchen scissors.
  2. Spread the butter on one side of each piece of bread.
  3. Place one piece of bread in a pan over medium low heat.
  4. Place the cheese on top.
  5. Top with the other piece of bread and cook on both sides using golden brown.
  6. Cut 2 eyes out of a piece of white cheese and use raisins for the eyes, nose, and mouth.
  7. Place 3 pretzel sticks on each side to look like whiskers.

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44 comments on “Grilled Cheese Cat”

  1. ♡♥♬ Carolsue ♡♥♬

    There was no place to leave the name I commented with, but it is Carolsue! Country Crock is the only thing we use — it's great on vegetables, bread, basked potatoes and so much more!
    Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

  2. My favorite recipe using Country Crock are home fries. I always use that over vegetable oil because of the flavor it adds.

    My name is David L on the rafflecopter.

  3. I love using this when I make pancakes or waffles. We love using Country Crock!

  4. It's great for grilled sandwiches, because it spreads evenly and doesn't rip the bread. I've also used it on sauteed spinach.

  5. We like to make good old-fashioned garlic toast with Country Crock. Take french or italian bread, toast it, spread with crock and then top with garlic salt.

  6. My favorite recipe to use Country Crock in is banana nut bread!
    I also RTd your tweet @groogruxking40

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