Mini Croque Monsieurs


Mini Croque Monsieurs


Mini Croque Monsieurs
Mini Croque Monsieurs

These Mini Croque Monsieurs may sound incredibly fancy, but they're actually very easy to make. This baked and broiled ham and cheese sandwich recipe gets slathered in a creamy, cheesy bechamel sauce that really pulls the whole dish together. These mini sandwiches are the perfect appetizers or party snacks for your next get-together. They're made of familiar ingredients but look like they belong at swanky holiday party. Guests will be so impressed by this sandwich recipe that they'll be asking you for the secret recipe.

Yields12 mini sandwiches

Cooking Vessel SizeBaking sheet and sauce pan

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I must admit that before today I had never heard of "Croque Momsieurs", mini or otherwise. I understand that in English they are simply called Ham and Cheese sandwiches with Bechamel Sauce. Well, whatever you call them, they are absolutely delicious. The buttery bread, creamy sauce, and combination of Ham and Smoked Gruyere Cheese with a hint of Dijon Mustard is absolutely divine. Whatever the occasion, these Mini Croque Monsieurs are a must, or as they say in Paris...they are "tres bon".

These Mini Croque Monsieurs look so delicious and they are easy to prepare. I think for an easier way, you may toast the bread in a toaster instead of baking them. It says that in English, this recipe is called Ham and Cheese with Bechamel Sauce. Now, I assume that the sauce indicated here that's made from scratch is Bechamel sauce. I'm happy I learned to make this sauce from scratch because I've always used the canned Bechamel sauce. I can't wait to make these finger food. It is simple, presentable, and very light.


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