Applebee's Clubhouse Grille Sandwich Copycat

Applebee's Clubhouse Grille Sandwich Copycat

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Applebees Clubhouse Grille Sandwich Copycat
Applebee's Clubhouse Grille Sandwich Copycat
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When you're craving something tasty for lunch and don't want to leave the house, try making this Applebee's Clubhouse Grille Sandwich Copycat recipe. This is one of the easiest Applebee's copycat recipes from their menu, so why not give it a try? Kids will love this easy sandwich recipe, and so will you, which is why it makes a great recipe to whip up for lunch or dinner. Made with layers of ham, turkey, cheese, bacon, tomato, and lettuce all melted together on a skillet and placed on thick Texas toast with BBQ sauce and mayo, this is a taste explosion you won't be able to get enough of. 

Cooking MethodSkillet

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There's something in club sandwiches that awakens my appetite. This Applebee's Clubhouse Grilled Sandwich copycat looks so irresistible. My family especially the boys will love it! I can't wait to make this. The layered look of the ham, turkey and other ingredients make the sandwich so appealing.

I love club sandwiches. There's something just so appealing about the combination of cheese, ham, bacon, and turkey between two or three slices of crunchy toasted bread. This is a very tasty sandwich, very similar to ones I usually make, though I did make a modification. I dispensed with the BBQ sauce and replaced it with a bit of stone ground mustard, plus I used some horseradish mayo in place of the regular mayo. I might try using some Dijon the next time. While I like BBQ sauces, for me they just don't have a place on a club sandwich.

I'm from South Africa and I don't know Applebees but this sandwich looks good enough to try no matter where it comes from. What a mouthful but definitely going to be a hit with a teenage boy who could eat a whole loaf of bread after school. I'm definitely keeping this recipe.

This is my go-to sandwich at Applebee's, so I'm glad I found this recipe! I love that I can customize to make it a little healthier: whole-wheat bread, low-sodium bacon, et cetera.

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