This Turkey Avocado Sandwich is a healthier choice for lunch. It is piled high with fresh delicious ingredients, including a homemade avocado ranch dressing! This is #sponsored by for #OscarMayerNatural, however, as always, all opinions are my own.
Sandwiches don’t have to be boring. With a few creative twist, you can take a ho-hum turkey sandwich and turn it into something really special. As a little girl, I remember having sandwiches with sliced apples at my grandmother’s house. She paired hers with half a cup of black coffee, me with a couple of chips. In late summer, or early fall, we might also have baby carrots or a handful of raspberries fresh picked from the garden. Nowadays life is a little bit more complicated, and my tastes are little bit more refined.
Still, something about a delicious turkey sandwich bring back those fond memories. Here’s how to take your turkey sandwich to the next level. It starts with Oscar Mayer Selects Natural Slow Roasted Turkey.
When it comes to making healthy food for my family, it’s important to start with really good, ingredients. I love that Oscar Meyer Selects Natural has no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives. It means my sandwiches taste delicious and authentic.
Last summer, I began making my own avocado ranch dressing, and my family hasn’t let me stop. They love the rich and creamy tang it adds to salads and sandwiches. With layers of fresh vegetables, my delicious avocado ranch dressing, and Oscar Mayer Deli select turkey, you’ll have a crepe with a sandwich and no time.
Turkey Avocado Sandwich
Here’s how to make this amazing Turkey Avocado Sandwich, which serves 2 people:
4oz. Oscar Mayer Selects Natural Slow Roasted Turkey
2 oz. sliced colby jack cheese
1/2 avocado sliced
1-2 tablespoons Avocado Ranch Dressing
1 large pretzel roll
1 plum tomato, sliced
salt and pepper to taste
Assemble the Turkey Avocado Sandwich by spreading the Avocado Ranch Dressing on both sides of the pretzel roll. Top with the colby jack cheese and Oscar Mayer Selects Natural Slow Roasted Turkey . Add on slices of tomato and avocado, and some lettuce (I used romaine). Season with salt and pepper as desired.
Want to up the ante? Add a couple of slices of crispy Oscar Mayer bacon to your sandwich.
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.