Not cakes or desserts or sweet things. Have you seen that commercial for the burger that uses grilled cheese as a bun? That's so something I would do. Fat kid city over here. Sometimes.
Anyway, you know that breakfast thing, egg-in-a-hole? Where you punch a hole in a piece of toast and cook an egg in it? That's cool and all, but how about instead of boring old toast, you use a grilled cheese sandwich? That way, you get cheese in your egg-in-a-hole, since eggs and cheese are, let's face it, meant to be together. This is SO AWESOME. I used Udi's bread, since it's the only GF bread I've found that makes delicious, regular tasting grilled cheese. Use cheese of your choice, I used American (which I do not like at all) because that's what they accidentally gave me at the deli when I asked for cheddar. At least it works in grilled cheese.
Grilled cheese egg-in-a-hole
2 slices bread (if you keep bread in the freezer like I do, let it thaw first)
2 slices cheese - American, cheddar, mozzerella, Gouda, go nuts
salt and pepper
Butter one side of each slice of bread. Heat up a small grilled cheese making pan, and put one slice of bread, butter side down, in the pan. Place the cheese on top, then the second slice of bread on top, butter side up. Cover the pan (for maximum cheese meltability) and cook for about 3 minutes over medium heat, until the bread is just starting to be crispy brown. Flip and cook on the other side for 3 more minutes, uncovered (for maximum crispiness). Remove your sandwich from the pan and punch a hole in it with a cookie cutter, or some sort of round thing like a cup. Remove the circle of sandwich and set aside. Put your sandwich with the hole back in the pan and turn the heat back on to medium low. Break your egg into the middle, sprinkle with salt and pepper, and cover. Cook about 5 minutes, until the white is set. Remove the egg-hole-sandwich to a plate, and eat, along with the sandwich circle you removed earlier. If your yolk is runny, like I like, you can dip your sandwich circle into the runny egg yolk.