Club Sandwiches

Club Sandwiches are one of my all time favorite warm weather foods.

We eat sandwiches pretty frequently during the spring and summer. Most of the time they’re plain old grilled cheese or lunch meat and cheese sandwiches.

However, occasionally I like to switch it up with these easy and tasty club sandwiches. They aren’t much more difficult than a regular sandwich, especially if you use the heat and serve bacon.

Ham and turkey are the traditional meats of choice but I used ham and roast beef. I also used Pepper Jack cheese because that’s the favorite here but feel free to use your favorite sliced cheese.

Club Sandwiches

Author Micha M


  • 12 slices of bread toasted if desired
  • 4 slice of cheese
  • 8 slices crisply cooked bacon
  • 8-16 pieces of your favorite lunch meat. Depends on how thickly it is sliced. Traditionally turkey and ham are used. I made mine with ham and roast beef because it’s what I had.
  • Lettuce
  • Tomato
  • Mayonnaise


  1. Spread a thin layer of mayonnaise on one side of each piece of bread.

  2.  On one slice of bread layer the cheese, ham, and lettuce, top with a slice of bread mayonnaise side down.

  3.  Add a thin layer of mayonnaise to the bread, layer the bacon, tomato, and roast beef (or turkey).

  4.  Top with remaining piece of bread, cut in half or quarters and serve.

  5. Repeat with remaining ingredients

Club Sandwiches

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