Panera Turkey Apple Cheddar Sandwich Copycat
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Panera Turkey Apple Cheddar Sandwich Copycat

Upgrade your lunch with this copycat Panera sandwich recipe.

Panera Turkey Apple Cheddar Sandwich Copycat
Panera Turkey Apple Cheddar Sandwich Copycat
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Do you remember this old sandwich recipe from Panera? It was their Turkey Apple Cheddar sandwich, and while simple, it just hits all the cravings you have at lunchtime, and what's better than that? Make one for yourself and enjoy this sandwich once again! Using marble rye, turkey, apples, Cheddar cheese, and special blended slaw, this copycat recipe is just what you need to make lunch delicious. Pair it with a soup or salad and give yourself the full Panera Bread experience.

Ingredients

  • 4 slices marble rye bread
  • 2 slices romaine lettuce
  • 2 ounces roasted turkey meat
  • 2 ounces white Cheddar cheese, sliced
  • 1/4 cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon honey
  • 1/2 cup broccoli slaw mix
  • 1/4 cup dried cranberries
  • 1/4 cup chopped pecans
  • 1 Gala apple, thinly sliced

Panera Turkey Apple Cheddar Sandwich Recipe

Instructions

  1. In a bowl, combine slaw mix, cranberries, and pecans.

  2. In a separate bowl, combine greek yogurt, lemon juice, vinegar, and honey. Pour over the slaw mix.  Stir to combine.

  3. Assemble sandwich: On one slice of bread, layer turkey, lettuce, cheese, and slaw.  Top with apple slices and second slice of bread. Cut in half and enjoy!

Panera Turkey Apple Cheddar Sandwich Copycat

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I never tried this slaw before I saw it at a home extention booth and it was so good. Never tried it on a sandwich before but I sure will soon. A great way to dress up any turkey or even ham for the holidays or even to use on leftover turkey sandwiches. There is a super video along with the recipe.

YUM! How happy am I to be able to re-create this delicious classic Panera's Extinct Sandwich Recipe at home. It is equally as good, if not even better than I remember it. The crunchiness of the slaw and apples, combined with the creamy texture of the cheese is absolutely perfect. I like to keep some of the slaw on the side to eat along with it. The slaw recipe on it's own makes a great side dish to accompany any sandwich.

I've never had the pleasure of enjoying this sandwich from Panera's before but it sounds wonderful. Rye is such a compliment to any turkey sandwich and no doubt the slaw and cheddar will make it special enough to want it over and over again. As for the bread, I think I'd have to grill it which would give it another element of flavor and, keep it from getting soggy as well.

Ugh, this sounds soooo good. I worked at Panera back in the day and I still love their food. This looks so delicious--especially the rye bread. Apples and melty cheese go so well together, too!

Omg! I loved this sandwich, and I was so sad when they discontinued it. Thanks for sharing!!

I remember this sandwich. Years ago when I used to have a sales job near the mall I would go to Panera since it was really close and I'd get this every week. It was sooooo good! I am going to start making this myself at home. I will probably use sliced rotisserie chicken meat in place of the turkey since I always have it on hand. I can't wait to eat it again - it's been too long!

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