easy sandwich

Thanksgiving Turkey Cran Sandwich

Yield varies by preference

The things you’ll need

  • Leftover cranberry sauce, stuffing, & turkey
  • Provolone cheese
  • Sourdough bread
  • Electric griddle
  • Spatula
  • Knife
  1. Heat leftover turkey, cranberry sauce and stuffing.
  2. Turn the griddle up to 300ºF and then place a slice of bread on it.
  3. Lay a slice of cheese on the bread and then layer cranberry sauce, stuffing, and turkey on top of the cheese. Let it sit for 20 to 30 seconds.
  4. Flip the sandwich over and allow the other side to brown, about 30 to 45 seconds.
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Grilled Vegetable Sandwich

OMG this is so easy, just put in the leftover grilled or baked vegetables and brush them over with sweet chilly sauce and the sandwich is done! Here I’ve got some zucchini, sweet potato slices, and a bit of fresh capsicum. Recommend to put in some grated carrots for some extra crunch though!

Goat Cheese, Roasted Red Pepper, & Sun-dried Tomato Chicken Sandwich

This sandwich is easy and so delicious! I used leftover herb roasted chicken from dinner the other night. Start with everything French bread (toasted) spread with plain Goat cheese on the bottom, chopped sun dried tomatoes on the top, (the kind packed in olive oil), the cooked chicken, lots of sliced roasted red peppers, (char under the broiler, cover and steam, then peel and chop), mesclun greens, a drizzle with Balsamic vinegar de Modena (this stuff is delicious!) and garnish with peperoncini, and my favorite Castelvetrano olives. Yum!

Vegan Buffalo Chicken Sandwich

Two slices of whole wheat bread, one put in the toaster oven briefly to melt the vegan cheese, 3 pieces of Trader Joe’s vegan chicken, a pickle, hummus, ketchup, and vegan buffalo sauce (from a local restaurant)….. really helps satisfy my buffalo chicken craving :)

Easy, filling sandwich ideas

(I’m not sure whether I’ve sent this before, but there are just a ton of good ideas I’ve found lately…)

Basic nostalgic lunchbox sandwich:

- sliced bread

- butter

- sliced cheese

- sliced ham

Just butter the bread generously and add ham and cheese. This is the simplest recipe ever, but it hits all of my nostalgia buttons. Plus, you can make it a day in advance and it’ll still be just as tasty the next day, even if it stays out of the fridge.


Healthy and crunchy af (best consumed immediately):

- sliced bread

- cream cheese

- cucumber

- any seasonings you want

Toast the bread (and if you don’t have a toaster, a tray in the oven or a frying pan with no oil on the stove works just as well). Cut cucumber into slices. Add cream cheese to the bread, then cucumber, and season it to taste. Boom, done.


Crunchy, cheesy goodness:

- any kind of soft bread

- cream cheese (if you have access to requeijão, even better!)

- any roasted nuts/grains. My favorite is salty soybeans.

Add a generous layer of cream cheese to the bread. Sprinkle nuts. More cream cheese. Yum.


Italian fave (seriously, this is my favorite thing to eat, ever):

- bread with a crunchy crust (like a roll, or a baguette, or ciabatta, you get what I mean)

- tomato

- sliced or shredded cheese

- seasonings: olive oil, Worcestershire sauce, salt, oregano (obviously you can modify this)

Chop up the tomato on a plate and season it generously. Let it sit while you cut open the bread and add a TINY bit of olive oil. Add tomato bits to the bread, then cheese, then more tomato bits. All the seasoning that’s at the bottom of the plate, pour it onto the other side of the bread (the lonely side with nothing on it). Close it up and enjoy!


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easy poor student sandwich-maker recipe


  • egg
  • slice of american cheese (or any type of cheese you have on hand)
  • salt and pepper
  • water (or milk)
  • turkey bacon (or really any type of meat)
  • sandwich bread


  1. heat up sandwich maker 
  2. place bacon or other meat on it to cook for a few minutes
  3. whisk egg with salt, pepper, and a tablespoon of water as if you were making scrambled eggs
  4. dip one side of each slice of bread in the egg mixture
  5. remove bacon
  6. place one slice egg side down on the hot sandwich maker
  7. tear up bacon and place on top with cheese
  8. top with second piece of bread, egg side up
  9. close sandwich maker and let it cook for 5-7 minutes
  10. enjoy

tip: if you have extra egg, pour it in one of the dips of the sandwich maker, close the lid, and cook it for 3-ish minutes. you’ll have a nice fluffy side of eggs!

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