Snacks for Boating

For your next boating trip, you may want to include snacks in your overall menu plan.  Mid morning, afternoon, before dinner, or in the evening are times when snacks are most likely to be served to the crew.

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Here is an idea for turning grilled cheese sandwiches into a tasty snack.  Since the stove is required to make the grilled cheese, these are best prepared at anchor or when you are docked.  Easy one pan, one burner snack.

Grilled Cheese with Salsa

What You Need:

Softened butter or margarine

8 slices of whole wheat bread

4 slices of Cheddar or Mozzarella Cheese

2 C of mild salsa

How to Make It:

Spread the butter or margarine over 1 side of each slice of bread.

Place half of the bread slices, margarine side down, into a large skillet.

Place one slice of the cheese onto each slice of bread

Place the remaining bread, butter or margarine side up, onto each sandwich.

Place the skillet over medium heat.

Brown the sandwiches for about 4 minutes or until nicely toasted, watching closely

Flip each sandwich and continue browning 3 minutes or until toasted.

Remove to a platter and allow them to cool at least 5 minutes.

Cut each sandwich into 4 sections.

Cut each of the 4 sections in half.

Serve with salsa on the side for dipping.

Makes 8 servings

The related posts list as above:

Convenient Snacks to Keep on Board

Meat/Cheese/Seafood Tray

Healthy Raw Food Snacks And Treats

Easy to Make Chewy Granola Snack Bars

Veggie Plate

Easy Parmesan Dip

Two Tasty Snacks

Easy Trail Mix

Easy Spicy Salsa

 

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