Buh-bye boring brown bag! Pile protein-packed turkey onto your sandwich for a delicious lunch
Cost per serving: $1.70
Tart apple slices, tangy honey mustard and creamy Cheddar elevate this grilled turkey sandwich into a satisfying supper. The perfect side dish: a few carrot and celery sticks with salad dressing for dipping.
See recipe: Grilled Turkey, Cheddar and Apple Sandwiches
Cost per serving: $2.70
If you prepare a whole turkey breast on the weekend, you can savor these irresistible warm sandwiches all week long.
See recipe: Turkey, Brie and Pear Sandwiches
Cost per serving: $2.52
Your kids will love this colorful, easy-to-eat meal. You’ll love the healthier turkey sausage option paired with mango and spinach.
See recipe: Turkey Sausage and Mango Wraps
Cost per serving: $1.79
Put these meatballs over pasta or polenta for an entirely different meal the next day.
See recipe: Turkey Meatball Subs
Cost per serving: $1.63
Whip up these quick sandwiches to enjoy while relaxing with family and friends, or to give you sustenance for Black Friday shopping!
See recipe: Turkey Club Sandwiches with Herb Mayonnaise
Cost per serving: $3.79
Your kids will gobble up these tasty and nutritious Southwestern Turkey Pitas. Swap shredded lettuce for sprouts based on your preferences.
See recipe: Southwestern Turkey Pitas
Cost per serving: $1.82
Make these egg-dipped sandwiches―loaded with ham, cheese and turkey―even more kid-friendly by topping each half with a dollop of raspberry or strawberry jam and sprinkling with confectioners’ sugar.
See recipe: Monte Cristo Sandwiches
Cost per serving: $2.85
You'll save a bundle by packing this lunch instead of grabbing a store-bought sandwich. The pepperoncini are spicy, even with the seeds removed. If you like a milder flavor, use pickle slices instead. Or, if you prefer more zest, use a spicy mustard instead of Dijon.
See recipe: Lighter Deli Sandwiches
Cost per serving: $2.74
Great for kids, these pinwheels put a fun spin on classic turkey sandwiches. To save time, buy squared-off wraps instead of round tortillas so there's no need to trim the ends before cutting pinwheels. And add zing by using a flavored hummus, such as roasted garlic.
See recipe: Hummus and Turkey Pinwheel Sandwiches