Yep~! This recipe is everything we know and love about classic food, rolled into one amazing and delicious magnificent mash-up of ALL time! This is Tomato Soup AND Grilled Cheese together, as one! ..YES, it’s true!
First of all, let me just say, that if you do nothing else, make nothing else, eat nothing else..you have GOT to make this Tomato Soup Bread! It is one of the most amazing things I’ve ever had..seriously! You will feel like an adult 6 year old…lol! It’s warm, comforting and scrumptious and filled with Tomato Soup!
Then..OH, Lordy..then, when you add those classic American Cheese slices and make Grilled Cheese sandwiches out of the Tomato Soup Bread…you’ve died a delicious death, and come back for more within 2 seconds..it’s a miracle!
Every grandma up in heaven AND here on Earth, with be shining golden rays of happiness and joy upon us as we relive our childhood in the most magical and updated way ever! Do it! 🙂
What you’ll need:
(2) 10 oz. cans of Tomato Soup
1-1/2 cups of self rising flour
Slices of American Cheese…approx. 8-10 per loaf
A small bread/loaf pan
In a large bowl, mix up the soup and the flour until well combined!
Put the batter into a sprayed loaf pan (I used a small loaf pan, so the bread would be nice and tall)
Bake it at 350 for approx. 20 minutes, or until it’s firm throughout and darker in color…
Take it out and let it cool almost all the way…
Now, place the bread loaf onto a sheet pan, and gently slice the bread, making sure NOT to go all the way through to the bottom. Add one or two slices of the cheese into the bread…
Put it back into the oven for a few more minutes, or just until the cheese is all melty, gooey and scrumptious! You can also toast individual slices of the bread and top it with anything you’d like..YUM!
Slice it up, pull it apart..or just rip at it, but get that warm, soupy, cheesy bread into your mouth…
This will still go great with a nice, hot bowl of Tomato Soup..lol! ~Enjoy! 🙂
Amy does this really work and taste good,seems as though it would be really dense.
Yes..it works. :). It’s a very rich bread, but moist and full of flavor
i’m making this. and im mixing shredded cheese into the dough before it bakes. I’m so excited! thank you
We tried this today, could only find 10.75 oz cans of soup, but figured it would just make for moister bread. We ended up baking for almost 40 min and it was barely solid, it was almost like pudding, super dense and moist. Is this the way it is supposed to turn out? You don’t really have any pictures of the bread itself with no cheese on it so I wasn’t sure … This didn’t turn out like bread for us at all. Still delicious: it’s like eating solid soup.
I’m going to make this today but going to add herbs & cheese. Nom nom