Creamy Caesar Patty Melts

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Did you know that adults should eat at least 48 grams of whole grains a day? And children (ages 4-13 years old) should eat nearly as much whole grain as an adult, with a recommended 40-48 grams a day? However, studies show that the majority of us don’t eat the recommended amount. I must admit that my family is one of those families not consuming the recommended amount of whole grains.Creamy Cesar Patty Melts... emphasis on the creamy and DELICIOUS! This quick and easy 5 ingredient recipe is perfect for lunch when you want something more grown up than a PB&J sandwich or when you are tired of leftovers.

So, this week I created a new recipe Creamy Caesar Patty Melts… emphasis on the creamy and DELICIOUS! This quick and easy 5 ingredient recipe is perfect for lunch when you want something more grown up than a PB&J sandwich or when you are tired of leftovers.Creamy Cesar Patty Melts

 To incorporate more whole grains into our day I used Nature’s Harvest® Honey Wheat Made with Whole Grain Bread, which contains at least 8 grams of whole grains per serving but doesn’t contain high fructose corn syrup or artificial flavors and colors.Creamy Cesar Patty Melts

Nature’s Harvest® bread is excited to launch the “Whole Grain Challenge” to encourage moms and families to incorporate 48 grams of whole grains into their diets every day. Find educational content on the Nature’s Harvest® website and Facebook page to help your family stay on track with the challenge. Go take the whole grain pledge on the Nature’s Harvest® Facebook page and automatically be entered into a weekly sweepstakes now until August 10th!Creamy Cesar Patty Melts

Creamy Caesar Patty Melts

Creamy Caesar Patty Melts


  • 8 slices of Nature’s Harvest® Honey Wheat Made with Whole Grain Bread
  • 1 pound ground beef
  • 1/2 cup Caesar salad dressing
  • 8 slices of provolone cheese
  • small pat of butter


  1. In a bowl, mix the ground beef and 1/4 a cup of your favorite Caesar salad dressing.
  2. Make 4 hamburger patties out of the beef mixture.
  3. Brown the patties in a large skillet until cooked through.
  4. Meanwhile, butter a large pan or griddle and heat it to a low temperature.
  5. Spread a thin layer of Caesar dressing on 4 slices of bread, lay the bread dressing side up on the heated griddle.
  6. Next on each of the 4 slices of bread, layer a slice of provolone cheese, the cooked patty, another slice of provolone, and a final slice of bread also spread with a thin layer of Caesar dressing to complete the sandwiches.
  7. Brown the sandwich until it is just toasted and the cheese is melting before flipping it to brown and melt the cheese on the other side.
  8. Serve hot and gooey!

Nutrition Information:

Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 3494Total Fat: 241gSaturated Fat: 86gCholesterol: 514mgSodium: 4713mgCarbohydrates: 180gSugar: 27gProtein: 146g

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  1. I have no idea why it has never occurred to me to make patty melts at home! We love them at the Waffle House. We only buy whole grain breads which are so yummy! Great giveaway. Thanks for sharing.

  2. We eat 100% whole wheat bread every day, and eat whole grain cereals. We also eat brown rice, quonia, and whole wheat pasta.

  3. I love Nature’s Harvest Bread. I appreciate that I can have a sandwich without blowing my calories for the day. We are PB & J fiends so lots of those.

  4. We incorporate whole grains by eating whole grain pasta dishes and whole grain bread for our sandwiches.

  5. At our house, whole grains are generally incorporated by the use of bread products. Sandwiches, bagels etc. are a mainstay.

  6. I only buy whole grain bread when making sandwiches for my family. In addition, I buy whole grain pasta to give my family healthier meals.

  7. I incorporate whole grains by making most of our staples ourselves. I especially love sprouted whole grains!

  8. I use Alton Brown’s recipe for baked brown rice, which makes enough for 2 or 3 meals. It comes out perfect pretty much every time, and it’s a tasty way to get my family to eat whole grains. We like Nature’s Harvest bread, but can’t always find it at the store.

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