Grilled Sandwich Recipe – Strawberry, Brie, Chocolate and Walnut

Last Updated on April 28, 2021 by Ellen Christian

Strawberries and chocolate just naturally go together but I’m not sure that combination actually qualifies as a good lunch by itself. As I was wandering through Pinterest, I came across a recipe on How Sweet It Is that inspired me to make my Grilled Sandwich recipe –  Strawberry, Brie, Chocolate and Walnut.  Since I absolutely HATE dark chocolate, I decided to use milk chocolate in my sandwich. Roasting the strawberries seemed like a lot of work and I had just come inside from discovering that the chickens at all the lettuce in my garden, so I decided sliced fresh strawberries would work just fine for me.   Walnuts and chocolate just naturally go together so I had to sprinkle on a few California walnuts onto the top of my sandwich as well.

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Grilled sandwich recipe

Grilled Sandwich Recipe

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Grilled Sandwich Recipe - Strawberry, Brie, Chocolate and Walnut
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  • 2 pieces of homemade bread
  • Brie cheese
  • 2 Driscolls Strawberries
  • California Walnuts
  • 1 tbsp butter
  • 1/2 Hershey chocolate bar


  1. Melt the butter in a non stick pan over medium heat.
  2. Place one piece of bread in the butter.
  3. Add enough sliced Brie to cover the bread.
  4. Top with sliced Driscoll's strawberries.
  5. Add half a Hershey's chocolate bar.
  6. Sprinkle on California Walnuts
  7. Top with the remaining piece of bread.
  8. Grill on one side until golden brown.
  9. VERY CAREFULLY flip over and grill on the other until golden brown.
  10. Remove from the pan and let it sit for two minutes before you cut it.

Grilled sandwich recipe


Grilled sandwich recipe

Grilled sandwich recipe

I felt completely decadent eating a sandwich that had chocolate and strawberries in it.  The Brie and the chocolate got all soft and melty.  The butter made the outside of the sandwich crispy.  The Driscoll’s strawberries and California walnuts were the perfect addition to the other flavors in this sandwich. My husband looked at me like I had lost my mind when he saw me making a sandwich with chocolate in it but wow was it good!

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53 thoughts on “Grilled Sandwich Recipe – Strawberry, Brie, Chocolate and Walnut”

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  2. My 14 year old and my S.O. would melt if I could go to the store and bring the ingredients back to make this for breakfast!! I might just do that! Thanks for the inspiration!
    • I made it and loved how it turned out. I bought a loaf of french bread and added prosciutto to appeal to the masses. It was a hit. I might just skip the family dinner and have that again. Oh, but I need breakfast for tomorrow. Darn! I'll save the balance of the ingredients to make another serving for 4 tomorrow.
        • I just stumbled upon this again from when I made it by browsing my old Instagram posts. I can't believe I had forgotten about it. This is definitely one of my fave recipes. It's about that time to make it again. For some reason, I've had a craving for bananas lately. A few thin slices of banana might make a great addition, too!
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  5. I love how this is a little bit of a dessert hiding as a sandwich and just in time for the up coming strawberry season. Thanks so much for sharing it with us on foodie friday.
  6. This sounds incredibly sinful and so good. The links you shared sound divine as well, I'm off to check them out!
  7. OMgeeeeeeeeee. This looks amazing! I am a grilled cheese lover myself! I just did two new posts of them for grilled cheese month. I am adding this to my must try list!
  8. This sounds so amazing. I love the idea of combining all of these different flavors and textures..Great idea!
  9. This looks incredible. I would have never thought to do anything like this before but I definitely need to give it a try.
  10. Never would've thought of that combination, but can see how it would work. I'm not very adventurous with my grilled sandwiches.
  11. What a delicious combination! Strawberries and chocolate are made for each other, but the addition of brie and walnuts rounds it all off nicely.
  12. That sounds beyond delicious. I'll bet it would kill with pear too. I'll have to pick up some brie when I shop tomorrow and give it a try.
  13. You had me hooked with chocolate and brie, yum! I love trying new to me food combinations, some of the best recipes come from... what if!
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  15. Oh Wow! This is some sandwich! I can just taste the walnuts and chocolate with that hint of tart from the strawberries. It's probably like taking a bite, thinking it's enough because there is so much flavor, and then finding yourself taking another bite!
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