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Turkey Avocado Super Sandwich

Turkey Avocado Sammie

Turkey Avocado Super Sandwich – Clean & Delicious

This sandwich is SO crazy good and I’ll tell you why.

First, you’ve got your toasted Cinnamon Raisin Ezekiel bread – so good! Great texture, nice and hearty with just a kiss of sweetness.

Then you’re got your mashed avocado that is not only rich and creamy but is packed with healthy fats too!

Top that with some lean sliced turkey breast which adds yet another texture and a bit of salty goodness and you’ve got a simple super sandwich to die for.

There is just something about the salty-sweet combo with the rich and creamy avocado that is seriously gonna knock your socks off! But don’t try skipping the cinnamon raisin bread because this baby is a major player in our super sandwich (it’s ALL about the salty-sweet thing).

Not to mention your getting some good complex carbs, with some lean protein and healthy fats in this one simple super sandwich! Balance at it’s best.

So there ya have it… a little more proof that you can create nutritious and delicious with very little time and very little effort!

Do you guys have any stupid simple super sandwiches that you like or make? If so, share your ideas in the comments!

Turkey Avocado Super Sandwich

Yield: 1 serving

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 0 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes


  • 1 slice of Cinnamon Raisin Ezekiel Bread
  • 2 ounces of store baked turkey breast (or turkey leftovers)
  • ¼ avocado
  • A pinch of salt


Pop the Ezekiel bread in the toaster and get it good and toasty.

Mash up the avocado with the back of a fork and then smear onto your toasted bread.

Add a little pinch of salt to the avocado and layer on your turkey.  Close it up, take bite, smile!!

Calories: 212; Total Fat: 7.2g; Saturated Fat: 0.9g; Cholesterol: 35mg; Sodium: 96mg; Carbohydrate: 21.7g; Dietary Fiber: 4.9g; Sugars: 5.1g; Protein: 17.8g

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18 comments on “Turkey Avocado Super Sandwich

  1. Perfect timing. You just inspired my lunch! Though now I wish I had some of that cinnamon raisin bread. I only have the plain at home.

  2. Dani-
    Did you make guacamole, or just mash up the avacado?

  3. Amy – I’m sure it will still be d’lishes but when you get a achance you HAVE to try it with the cinnamon raisin bread.

    Maya – No guac… I just mash up the avocado as is. It’s so good:)

  4. the problem here for me is one more time to find the ingredients..in this case the bread.
    but my favorite sandwich is some whole wheat spelt bread with goat cream cheese that I mix with chopped anchovies, chopped black olives and chopped arugula. spread it on the bread , few slices of tomatoes and I just love it. Really good. I like your idea too, especially because of the sweet and salty thing. great.

  5. That sandwich looks good! Nice shade of green.

  6. I have never thought of using the raisin bread- I’ll try it. But here’s another little open faced sandwich thingy I do:

    Toast some regular Ezekiel bread.
    spread some goat cheese across it
    slice avocados on top of that
    drizzle all of it with cold pressed olive oil (this is the key)
    and finish off with salt and pepper

    TO DIE FOR! I usually have it alone but its a great to accompany a salad. So rich and delightful. mmmmm

  7. oh my, that looks so delicious. Who would’ve thought to put cin-raisin bread with turkey & avocado?? You are always so creative Dani. :) Can’t wait to try it!!! Maybe I will even try it with an olive spread or something….hmmm

  8. Wow, I never thought of cinn-raisin with turkey-avocado, but it sounds intriguing enough to give it a go :)

  9. yummmmmmmmmm! I adore avocado…and boy does that sammy look AWESOME!

  10. Made it the past two days for lunch. So yummy, can’t get enough of it. Thanks.

  11. Jen516@hotmail.comThis looks great! My fav is a walnut bread with goat cheese, apples, avocado, and alfalfa sprouts.

  12. I must admit, I was skeptical. CINNAMON-RAISIN BREAD with TURKEY?

    But I had it for lunch today, and I’ve been thinking about it ever since. It’s SO simple. I think the Ezekiel bread is key, because it’s not artificial-syrupy sweet. It is, like you said, a “kiss” of sweetness — sweet on the outside but savory and creamy on the inside.

    Thank you for opening my eyes to what will soon surely be a work-lunch staple! :)


    Hi y’all, hope Dani or someone can help me, where can I buy goat cheese and also almond milk?? I live in a very small town with only a Wal-Mart about 30 miles from me, so plzzz keep that in mind…..and I’m dyin’ to try that Cin-bread with avocado, hmmm sounds so yummy and delish…guess I can order the Cin-bread from Food for Life, hopefully??? thanx so much
    I’m lady_bug710 e-mail 1Star@embarqmail.com ty and God bless and good eatin’…………

  14. Ruth – Have you tried ordering those items from Amazon – I’m pretty sure they are both available!

  15. When I saw the picture of that bread all I could think was “I have to have the bread!” haha. This looks amazing, can’t wait to try it!

  16. How does something so simple look so good?!? I wouldn’t have thought to marry the cinnamon raisin bread with the turkey. But I’ll take your word and not skip it!

  17. This post, which I found a looong time ago, inspired my favortie breakfast ever… Cinnamon Raisin English muffin with turkey, avocado and apple! Filling and delicious — thanks for the inspiration! I never would have thought of using the cinnamon raisin!

  18. Michael Wilson Reply

    There’s a restaurant here in town that makes a sandwich similar to this known as a “Turkey, Avocado and cream cheese” sandwich. They include some fresh alfalfa sprouts on the top of the sandwich as well. I’m wanting to make my own healthy version of this sandwich minus the ridiculous thick slice of cream cheese they put in theirs. I’m thinking maybe using greek yogurt as a sandwich spread but not sure how I’d make it taste right. Any ideas?

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