Turkey sandwich recipes are always in season. Whether you're looking for sandwich ideas using leftover Thanksgiving turkey or a light and fresh summertime sandwich, there's a Butterball turkey sandwich or wrap for any meal or snack occasion.
Egg and Red Pepper Hummus Sandwich
Keep it simple and delicious for you and your family with this protein-packed sandwich.
The number of calories in a turkey sandwich depends on the ingredients and serving size. If you want to indulge, add your favorite special toppings and sauces. If you're keeping things light, focus on veggies and go light on the condiments. Every Butterball recipe page includes calorie information per serving. The filters on our main recipes page make it easy to browse sandwich recipes for dietary needs, including low calorie, low sodium, high fiber, and more.
How to make a turkey sandwich?
Turkey sandwiches are the ultimate canvas for culinary creativity. Ideas for turkey sandwich fixings are nearly endless, so you can compose layers of flavor if you're feeling fancy, or make it simple and easy with basic staple ingredients. Check out our turkey sandwich how-to guide for inspiration and tips.
Before you put a turkey sandwich in the freezer to save for later, consider its ingredients! Certain turkey sandwich toppings do not freeze well, including ricotta, cottage cheese, and cream cheese. Hard cheeses, including cheddar and parmesan, may be frozen for six months. As long as your turkey sandwich doesn't include high-moisture ingredients that don't freeze well, such as lettuce or mayonnaise, your turkey and cheese sandwich is ok to freeze.
Can I eat a turkey sandwich while pregnant?
Immune system changes during pregnancy can increase the risk of food-borne illness. According to FoodSafety.gov, pregnant people should heat deli meat, including turkey for turkey sandwiches, to a minimum temperature of 165ºF before consuming.