Who said sandwiches can’t be fancy? Whether you’re looking for a classic French sandwich to enjoy for lunch or a decadent dinner option, you can’t go wrong with a Croque Monsieur. The French staple combines buttery, toasted bread with creamy cheese and savory ham.
We’ve rounded up 15 of the best Croque Monsieur recipes for you to enjoy. From classic recipes to modern variations you’re sure to find one that you’ll love.
So, grab your skillet and let’s get cooking!
Tastes Better from Scratch
Croque Monsieur is a delicious French ham and cheese sandwich, made with gruyere, parmesan, ham and a simple béchamel sauce, toasted in the oven.
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Mini Smoked-Salmon Croque-Monsieur
For Alison Attenborough and Jamie Kimm, make-ahead recipes are key for holiday entertaining. The night before the party, Jamie spreads a creamy chive-flecked smoked salmon mixture between cocktail-size slices of bread. He cooks the sandwiches right before guests arrive. Alison serves the sandwiches...
Treat yourself to the ultimate brunch experience with this sheet pan French Croque Monsieur. The combination of sliced ham, melted Gruyère cheese, and a flavorful béchamel sauce creates a heavenly taste, all held by soft and crispy French bread. Easy to prepare and mouthwateringly delicious, it's th...
This easy sheet pan croque monsieur recipe is one of our all time favorite brunch recipes. I swear, this is the best ham and cheese sandwich you'll ever have! Super cheesy, perfectly creamy in the middle and crunchy on top. But, my favorite thing about these sandwiches is how easy they're to make. J...
If you’re looking for delicious French food, a croque monsieur sandwich is the perfect place to start. This ham and cheese sandwich recipe is layered with bechamel sauce and broiled cheese for a crispy, decadent, and delicious breakfast or brunch recipe.
This Classic Croque Monsieur Recipe is easy to prepare and is a taste emersion right to the middle of Paris. For this recipe you can use any type of ham; so by all means, feel free to use any leftovers that you may have from this Easter.