Sunday dinner--DElicious Roast beef Sandwiches!

I made these for dinner a few nights ago and did not expect them to turn out at ALL as amazing as they were...hence the not so great photos.  I was literally half-way through my dinner when I stopped and told Doug "I have to take a photo of these...they are SO good" which he said "Yup, write this down, we need to make these again".  SO GOOD!  And easy!

Now, I've said before, that I use Emeals.  This recipe is based on a recipe from them, with my own twist.  Emeals is super, if you don't use it you should try it.  I generally take what they make, make it healthier if I can, and add my own touch to it.  It saves me TONS of time and aggravation when it comes to meal planning and their shopping lists are the BEST.  If there are meals we don't like in a week, I skip them and make breakfast for dinner or something else easy.  Using Emeals also saves us a ton of money on groceries...combined with my new hobby (couponing) we save A LOT of money.  Try it with a grain of salt and don't be afraid to add and change the recipes a bit! 

Ok non-solicited commercial over...

Make these Amazing roast beef sandwiches like this (Serves 2-3 Adults):

You need:
2-3 english muffins (I used whole wheat)
1/2lb of thinly sliced roast beef (I bought mine from the deli)

4oz cream cheese
1tbl butter
garlic salt to taste (or sub in 1ts horseradish).
very thinly sliced onion
provolone or mozzarella cheese

Open up your english muffins and lay them face up on a baking sheet.

In a sauce pan melt together cream cheese, butter, salt and cook with onion on low until onion is tender.  When the onion is almost done put your roast beef in the microwave just long enough to get it hot, I think I did mine for about 45 seconds.  Divide and pile the roast beef onto the english muffins.  Pour some of the cream cheese mixture onto each sandwich, top with cheese and toast in the oven or toaster oven until cheese is melty and starts to brown.

May not sound amazing but totally is. 
These will be in our family recipe box for years to come! Let me know if you try them! :)

And in reference to my post calling out all lurkers...THANK YOU!  It's been so good to hear from some of you!  And I want you to know something...YOUR comments DO matter, each and every comment makes me happy!  A full inbox is a happy inbox!  You DO have something to add and I very much like to hear from you all! :) 

Now...who else will come out of the shadows to say hello! :)



Unknown said...

That looks really good! We make ham or roast beef sandwiches on english muffins here (it's a good "fall back" dinner, but I've never done it with cream cheese. I like to use pepper jack for me and husband, cheddar for the kids who don't like spicy, with sautéed onions and green peppers.

Ali Winter said...

Hey there! I just started reading your blog actually. I found you through Instagram. I love your creations and all your colorful photos. You are very inspiring!! I also just started using emeals a few weeks ago and I love it!! It is super easy. I am now craving these sandwiches too, so they will be on our menu very soon ;)

Unknown said...

Hi there. Those look super tasty, and we are really lacking in the quick, easy, and yummy dinners. I will have to give this one a try! Thanks for sharing!

cbryan said...

That's so funny, sometimes halfway through a meal I'll stop and say "dang I should have taken a picture of this!" Love when that happens :) We will have to try these sometime.

Miranda said...

Yum!!! PINNED! I have several recipes pinned from you that I need to try still.

Elisabeth said...

Pinning and taking your word for it that this is good! I'm always on the look out for easy, quick, after church lunches!

Elisabeth said...

Pinning and taking your word for it that this is good! It looks good, but for some reason I'm a little nervous... :) Though I'm always on the lookout for easy, quick after church lunches!

BeccaMarie said...

Wow, these look right up my alley.

By the way Crystal, I just wanted to say that I visit your blog all the time. I comment every once in a while, but I felt a little bad that I didn't comment more. You truly are a good example. You know what I've started doing in the mornings? Every morning at breakfast I have a little devotional with the kids and read scriptures and sing songs. Know where I got it? Months ago you mentioned you did that with your kids. And I remembered! I was distraught that my life isn't quite what I was hoping, and then I realized people make it what they want it. They work on what they want it to become.
I really love hearing what you are always doing to improve your family life and care for the people you love most.
Thank you,


Lori said...

Thank you for sharing! I will definitely be pinning and trying. I have never heard of EMeals, but coming up with a dinner plan every night and every week usually leads to the same old or take out, so thanks for the suggestion!

Diana B said...

those sandwiches look amazingly delicious... I'll have to try them soon

April said...

SOunds yummy AND quick and easy-I'll have to try this!

Unknown said...

There's something about roas tbeef goodies that make me think of home. I love this recipe! Thanks!

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