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Waffle Turkey Club Sandwich

When Bill and I started Paleo, there weren’t things like Coconut Wraps and Legit Bread. If we wanted a “sandwich” it ended up in a lettuce wrap. Needless to say, we didn’t eat many “sandwiches.” I actually didn’t even have an interest in trying to bake grain-free breads until much later on. We still don’t often eat a sandwich, but we do like having Coconut Wraps on hand and Applegate Oven Roasted Turkey from the deli. That always makes for a really quick and tasty lunch!

 

 

With all that said, the last couple of years I have wanted to make a sandwich using savory waffles instead of bread. The problem was I kept forgetting about it, and would never make it. Finally, a few days ago, I remembered that I wanted to make that recipe, and I actually did it! It did not disappoint!

 

I threw together a quick batter for savory waffles in our Vitamix. I used the Bob’s Red Mill Paleo Flour, which I have been LOVING lately. I’ve been trying it out with a bunch of different recipes, and it works really well. I really like Bob’s Red Mill Products, and this grain-free flour blend has been fantastic so far. I highly recommend it for your Paleo pantry.

 

  
 

After I cooked the waffles, I toasted them in our toaster oven, just so they would get really crispy for a sandwich.

 

  
 

Then it was time for all of the flavor. I used Primal Kitchen Mayo (our favorite!), Applegate Oven Roasted Turkey, crispy bacon, tomato, red onion, and lettuce.

 

  
 

This sandwich was incredibly delicious. Bill and I split one, and then I made another for us to split. I should have just made two!

 

 

If you are craving a sandwich, and want to take the time to whip up some waffles, I highly recommend giving this recipe a shot. You can make the waffles a head of time, and just toast them up for when you’d like to enjoy them!

-Hayley

 

 

Savory Waffles (for Turkey Club Sandwich)

These tasty grain-free waffles make the best "toast" for sandwiches". You can also top them with a fried egg, and bacon if you want to enjoy them for breakfast!

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Ingredients

Process

Note, these instructions are written assuming the standard serving size, since you have modified the number of servings, these steps may need to be modified for best results
  1. In a high speed blender, pulse the flour, baking powder, and salt.
  2. Add in the eggs, almond milk, and olive oil, and blend on high until smooth.
  3. Heat your waffle iron on medium heat, and add a tablespoon of ghee to grease the iron.
  4. Pour the waffle batter evenly into the iron, and cook per the instructions of your waffle iron.
  5. Remove from the iron, and repeat until you have used all of the batter.
  6. Toast the waffles for extra crispy sandwich waffles if desired.
  7. Spread your choice of mayo or mustard onto your waffles, and top with turkey, bacon, tomato, lettuce, or any other sandwich items you prefer, and enjoy.

Notes

To make it into a turkey club sandwich, add cooked bacon, sliced turkey, sliced tomato, thinly sliced red onion, iceberg lettuce, and some paleo-friendly mayonnaise.

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