Ham and Swiss Hawaiian Bread

I love the weekends, but who doesn’t?!  Weekends to me mean lounging in my PJs eating a slice of mango cake (recipe coming soon) for breakfast and watching Brothers and Sisters on Netflix while blogging.

Although I like to do nothing on the weekends I can’t forget that I have 2 kids that need me to feed them.  Just because I’m lazy doesn’t mean that I can’t fix them a yummy snack/lunch.  I found a recipe for Ham and Swiss Hawaiian bread in one of the many magazines I read (I’m a magazine whore) and thought it would make a great weekend snack.  It’s fast, easy and yummy.


Take a loaf  of Hawaiian Bread (my kid’s favorite).



Cut the bread into squares (don’t cut it all the way through).



Take some Swiss cheese and slice it or shred some Swiss cheese.



Slice up some ham.



Nestle the ham and Swiss in between all the nooks and crannies of the bread.



Cover it with foil and bake for 10 minutes in a preheated 350 degree oven.



Cut and serve.


As I was making this I realized that this recipe is so versatile.  I think next time I’m going to try it with pesto and mozzarella.



One Response to “Ham and Swiss Hawaiian Bread”

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    Courtney — August 18, 2011 @ 2:28 pm

    Aloha Domesticated Diva!

    Your Ham and Swiss Hawaiian Bread creation looks so onolicious right now! I might have to try and make this for our office one day. It seems like a very quick and easy recipe that looks so delicious. Mahalo for using our King’s Hawaiian Sweet Round Bread! We are so happy to hear that your keikis like our sweet bread.

    Mahalo for sharing!
    King’s Hawaiian Consumer-Care

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