Our Helmets Required co-op got together for another round of Pinterest Busters, this time trying out if you can make a good grilled cheese in the oven.
After readying the sandwiches as you would to make them in a pan, we put them on cookie sheets. We tried regular metal sheets and the Pampered Chef stones. Put the sandwiches on one sheet and cover them with another. The oven was preheated to 350 degrees and we popped them in.
About 20 minutes later, about the time I could have made at least 20 sandwiches on the stove, we had six flat, pale, dry sandwiches. We put them back in for about another 5-10 minutes and they did brown up a bit, but again they were dry. They did work better on the metal sheets than the stones.
Dancer cranked the oven up to 400 degrees and that sandwich did turn out looking more like a proper grilled cheese sandwich. We could probably play around with the temperature and the type of cookie sheet we used to make them better. However, our recommendation is, if you have a frying pan and a burner, make them on the stove not in it. We would call this pin semi-busted, yes we made grilled cheese, but it was substandard.
The boys also made TF2 (Team Fortress 2) steam game sandviches. Sandvich, it's suppose to sound Russian. What they wanted to know is if the sandvich tasted good. Surprise! It did! I think that was a creative way on their part to ensure lunch during co-op ;)