These are no-brainers for someone with a loaf of Victory Bread and not a lot of time.
I use Victory Bread a lot of different ways and I love experimenting, but I always come back to tuna melts and grilled cheeses. Although I will forever like ketchup with a grilled cheese (cut into 4 triangles please), tomato relish / chutney is a big thing in Ireland and it is so tasty. I am definitely going to miss it while in Toronto. I may have to come up with my own recipe! You know what they call grilled cheeses in Ireland? Cheese toasties. I love it! Its so cute. And probably more fitting here, since I make the tuna melts and grilled cheeses in the oven. 200C for around 5 minutes. Since Victory Bread is very hearty, it also lends itself very well to open faced sandwiches – you can choose! Go wild.
Oh and can I just take the time to say – if you saw the Victory Bread recipe, thought it looked good, but didn’t make it because of all the ingredients you need (you – and I – know who you are), make yourself a flipping list and go to Bulk Barn. Get big ziploc bags while you’re out. Get a lot – don’t lie to yourself – you’re lazy (I can say that, because I’m lazy too), then measure out all of the dry ingredients until you run out of your rate-limiting ingredient. Now you should have at least 5-6 bags of almost-ready-made Victory Bread that you can put in your freezer. You’re welcome.