Basic Turkey Membership Sandwich (made lighter!)

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A classic Turkey Club sandwich, made healthy, stacked high with turkey breast, bacon, lettuce and tomatoes on whole grain bread, the perfect simple lunch.

A classic Turkey Club sandwich, made healthy, stacked high with turkey breast, bacon, lettuce and tomatoes on whole grain bread, the perfect simple lunch.
Turkey club

The other day I longed for a turkey sandwich for lunch and decided to start a turkey club. I cut Boar & # 39; s head turkey into thin slices, my favorite delicatessen turkey. It was just the thing! For some twists of the classic, try my Bento Box Turkey Club Roll-Ups and the Chicken Club Lettuce Wrap Sandwich.

A classic Turkey Club sandwich, made healthy, stacked high with turkey breast, bacon, lettuce and tomatoes on whole grain bread, the perfect simple lunch.

The Turkish clubs are great with just a few chips and a cucumber, but you can also serve them with your favorite side. Here are some options: potato salad, egg salad, tomato salad, corn, tomato and avocado salad, fruit salad and tomato soup.

Crispy bacon is the best part of a club. Bacon makes everything better, doesn't it? One of the easiest ways to cook bacon is in the oven. Place the bacon on a baking sheet lined with foil and bake at 400 degrees for about 20 minutes. Turn it over after 10 minutes. Let the bacon sit on paper towels for a few minutes to drain the fat.

What is a turkey club sandwich?

A turkey club is a classic sandwich with six ingredients: turkey, bacon, lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise and bread. It traditionally has a third slice of bread in the middle with additional layers of meat, but I only used two slices to cut calories.

Are Turkey Clubs Healthy?

Turkey clubs can be healthy. Since I only use two slices of bread, I also use less meat and mayo. I prefer Dave's Killer Bread Thin-Sliced, which is whole grain bread and contains fewer calories than regular bread. This turkey club sandwich has 351 calories.

Variations:

  • Sub ham, roast beef or chicken for the turkey.
  • Use multiple types of meat in a sandwich. Turkey and ham is a popular combination.
  • Use a tortilla instead of bread for a turkey club wrap.
  • Swap the bread for a salad wrap for a low-carb sandwich.
  • Add mustard to your sandwich.
  • Put cheddar or Swiss cheese in your club.
  • Add avocado for an extra vegetable.

bacon Turkey bread with baconA classic Turkey Club sandwich, made healthy, stacked high with turkey breast, bacon, lettuce and tomatoes on whole grain bread, the perfect simple lunch. A classic Turkey Club sandwich, made healthy, stacked high with turkey breast, bacon, lettuce and tomatoes on whole grain bread, the perfect simple lunch. A classic Turkey Club sandwich, made healthy, stacked high with turkey breast, bacon, lettuce and tomatoes on whole grain bread, the perfect simple lunch.

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Turkey club

Preparation time: 2nd min

Cooking time: 8th min

Total time: 10th min

A classic Turkey Club sandwich, made healthy, stacked high with turkey breast, bacon, lettuce and tomatoes on whole grain bread, the perfect simple lunch.

  • 2nd Slices Cut the bacon in the middle, cut in half
  • 2nd Slices Whole grain bread, Dave's Killer Bread thinly sliced ​​Good Seed
  • 1 tablespoon Light mayo
  • 2nd Slices Iceberg lettuce
  • 3rd Ounces Turkey breast, cut into thin slices (Boars Head)
  • 2nd Slices ripe tomato
  • Cook the bacon until crispy and drain the fat on a paper towel.

  • Toast the bread with the mayo spread on both pieces. Top with 1 slice of lettuce, turkey, tomato, bacon and remaining salad and close.

  • Cut in half and enjoy!

Use Boars Head Deli turkey thinly sliced ​​(if possible from the deli)

Portion: 1sandwich, Calories: 351kcal, Carbohydrates: 28.5G, Protein: 35G, Fat: 11.5G, Saturated fatty acids: 1.5G, Cholesterol: 65mg, Sodium: 652.5mg, Dietary fiber: 6.5G, Sugar: 4.5G

Blue smart points: 7

Green smart points: 8th

Purple Smart Points: 7

Keywords: Turkey club, turkey sandwich

Posted May 29, 2020 by Gina

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