Sweet & Spicy Honey Mustard Turkey Sandwich

I’ve been a bit lazy in the kitchen this past week, so we’ve already had sandwiches for dinner twice. Tonight just might be sandwich night number three. Don’t judge! I’m sure you’ve had a lazy cooking week, a time or two this year. If not, do tell because I’m dying to know your secret.

Are you looking for an easy dinner idea for busy days? We’ve got you covered with this recipe for a sweet & spicy honey mustard turkey sandwich! It’s a sandwich on Oroweat® Organic bread with tomatoes, cheese, sweet & spicy honey mustard and of course, turkey. Plus it uses low sodium turkey breast which is perfect for those of us watching our sodium intake.

Sweet & Spicy Honey Mustard Turkey Sandwich Recipe

Many thanks to Oroweat® for supplying me with coupons to try their organic bread, a gift card and the product information for this post.

Before I get started on how to create this sandwich, I’m going to tell you a bit more about Oroweat® Organic bread. Made with organic ingredients and whole grains, NEW Oroweat® Organic breads are the delicious way to feel better about eating better. Available in 100% Whole Wheat and Grains & Seeds varieties, both are USDA-Certified Organic.

Sweet & Spicy Honey Mustard Turkey Sandwich Recipe

I’m a wheat bread eater, so of course I tried out the 100% Whole Wheat variety. It’s soft, has a nutty flavor and is oh so tasty!

Sweet & Spicy Honey Mustard Turkey Sandwich Recipe

I like to keep things simple when it comes to sandwiches. I don’t like a lot of ingredients, and neither do the picky little eaters who visit me quite often. All you need are a few kitchen tools and ingredients to make this delicious recipe that’s so much better than a plain turkey sandwich. Who doesn’t love a good sandwich?!

Sweet & Spicy Honey Mustard Turkey Sandwich Recipe

Sweet & Spicy Honey Mustard Turkey Sandwich


2 slices of Oroweat® Organic 100% Whole Wheat
Smear of Sweet & Spicy Honey Mustard (Grandmas not ready for me to share her recipe, so any store bought will work)
2 slices of tomatoes
1 slice of Muenster cheese
2 pieces of Romaine lettuce
2-4 slices of turkey breast


1. Toast bread.

2. Smear bread with sweet & spicy honey mustard.

3. Place lettuce on bread, then turkey slices and cheese.

4. Close sandwich and cut in half.

5. Serve with a salad, or your favorite fruits and vegetables on the side.

Visit https://www.oroweatorganic.com to use the 360° tool to see what’s inside and discover where you can find Oroweat® Organic breads at a store near you.

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  1. I love sweet and spicy mustard – actually all mustard. Will save this recipe for my Thanksgiving leftover turkey and ham. (My husband won’t touch mustard, so I’ll just have to enjoy this by myself!)

  2. Dee Lafrenz says

    I love a good Turkey sandwich. I make my own honey mustard using Wisconsin Wild Huckleberry Honey and French’s Spicy Brown Mustard, mix them together to taste. ( 1-2 spoonfulls of each, mix a little at a time to your taste). My hubby likes plain honey, so I make his with a dark uncooked honey and Spicy brown mustard. He does not like tomatoes or lettuce just meat, Mayo, and honey mustard (homemade). I like tomatoes, cheese, Provolone ( 2 slices ), Mayo on one side and honey mustard on the side by the turkey. The wild huckleberry honey gives it a berry flavor almost like adding some cranberry sauce. It is also fantastic on chicken nuggets or tenders. I would love to try this bread, I love wheat bread, and also seeds and nuts.

  3. My favorite sandwich is a grilled cheese with provolone, colby jack, mayo, tomato, grilled turkey and avocados mixed in. YUMMY!

  4. i always love any kind of sandwich with sweet and spicy mustard.. i don’t care if ham, roast beef, cajun roast been, turkey or bolonga.. i would love to try the kind of spicy/sweet mustard that they are.. it looks so good and then the perfect way that the bread has been cooked seems to finish off the perfect sandwich!!

  5. Jennifer Hiles says

    I’ve been a bit lazy in the kitchen for the past 10 years so you’re not doing so bad. ;) I love sweet and spicy mustard. It goes great on sandwiches. Looks like a very yummy sandwich!

  6. Never heard of Oroweat before. I’ll have to look out for it at the stores. Any chance you’ll share grandma’s recipe in the future? Her recipe looks better than any store bought Sweet & spicy Honey mustard I’ve seen

  7. This sandwich looks delicious. I love Oroweat products and the spicy honey mustard is the icing on sandwich.

  8. My favorite sandwich is a corned beef, pickle and Velveeta sandwich on a round bun.

  9. My favorite is a bacon, lettuce and tomato. It’s been a while since I’ve had one though.
    The sandwich you shared looks delicious.
    Thank you!

  10. My favorite type of sandwich is Roast Beef and cheddar cheese on whole wheat bread. I love Oroweat bread that is the brand I use. I love honey mustard and horseradish on my sandwiches.

  11. Chicken bacon ranch with lite lettuce tomato an onion

  12. MaryJo Tsitouris says

    A great way to use up that leftover turkey! Yummy!

  13. Andrea Slagle says

    This looks good! I get tired of the same thing all the time, so this is a great idea to change it up!

  14. We eat a lot of turkey sandwiches since we like it, and it is healthy too. I like to make them varied so we dont get tired of them and changing up the spices and thee bread is a grea way to do it.

  15. Andrea Slagle says

    My favorite sandwich would be a really cheesy grilled cheese!

  16. Cheryl Abdelnour says

    I like turkey, cheese, lettuce, and tomato on oatmeal bread.

  17. My most favorite sandwich is tuna salad. I like a turkey sandwich after Thanksgiving.
    Thanks for the contest.

  18. Sue Farrell says

    My favorite sandwich is a grilled cheese with super sharp cheddar on a whole grain bread with a big slice of heritage tomato tucked in at the last minute.

  19. This looks so scrumptious!

  20. Sandwich looks really good. I love that bread!

  21. I love a sandwich with hearty crusty bread and Swiss, homemade roasted green and red peppers, lettuce and tomato with lots of mustard and olive oil.

  22. With Thanksgiving next week, we will have a lot of turkey leftovers for sandwiches and this sounds good.

  23. I think that this would be great for your left over turkey. Sound good.

  24. Megan Filzen says

    The combination is perfect! My husband would love this!

  25. Bertha Wilson says

    I have never eat the Oroweat, organic bread before. It sure looks good in the package and looks very tasty grilled. Sounds like a sandwich that I would put together myself. Hope your grandma will share that sweet & spicy honey mustard recipe with us!!

  26. (Sweet & Spicy Honey Mustard Turkey Sandwich) This sandwich sure sounds good to me, hubby and I both have the flu so right now we cannot eat much of anything. Will make this for us after we get better-

  27. Bertha Wilson says

    My favorite sandwich is call BIG TEX FRIED BOLONGA. It’s fried bologna, grilled onions and banana pepper. I grill my Texas style bread and top my bologna with my favorite cheese and mayo..

  28. I like chicken pesto sandwiches and use Greek yogurt as dressing as one healthy option.

  29. Heather Hayes Panjon says

    My Favorite Type Of Sandwich Is A Turkey With Pepper Jack Cheese On Whole Grain Bread With Tomato And Mayo.

  30. Stacey Roberson says

    My favorite sandwich is chicken salad with swiss cheese and relish on toasted bread.

  31. rene maria creamer says

    My favorite sandwich is a Ruben with light sauerkraut and extra horseradish mustard. yummy.

  32. I like egg salad sandwiches.

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