Cobb Salad Sandwich – this salad sandwich has all of the same ingredients as a Cobb salad, but in sandwich form! This salad sandwich is mighty, messy, and a great recipe for using up hard boiled eggs!
Easter Egg Overload? Try a Cobb Salad Sandwich!
We dyed a lot of Easter eggs over the weekend with my sister and her two cute kiddos. We made a mess, but it was totally worth it. We sent some eggs home with my sister, but we still have a fridge full. I am going to make a lot of Avocado Egg Salad sandwiches.
Josh likes my Avocado Egg Salad, but he came up with a sandwich of his own – a Cobb Salad Sandwich. It has all of the same ingredients as a Cobb salad but in sandwich form!
Big, Messy and Delicious Salad Sandwich
When Josh was getting out all of the ingredients for his sandwich, there were a lot of items laid out. I asked him how he thought he was going to fit them all in between two slices of bread. He said he could do it. I believed him, but I didn’t know how he was going to eat it! Josh has a big mouth, but not in size.:)
How to Make a Cobb Salad Sandwich
Josh added the ingredients in layers. He started with a thin layer of mayo. Next, he added lettuce, turkey, tomatoes, egg slices, avocado, bacon, red onion, and finally blue cheese. Josh used turkey because it’s his favorite, but you can use chicken or leftover Easter ham if you’ve got it!
He topped the salad sandwich off with another slice of bread and smooshed the sandwich down. The sandwich really didn’t do any smooshing though. It was still as big as ever. He cut it in half and did a few mouth exercises to warm up. He opened wide and went in for the kill. He couldn’t talk for a few minutes, but he was Mmmming the entire time. He loved his newly-created Cobb salad sandwich.
Josh shared his salad sandwich with Caleb…don’t worry, he cut it up in little pieces for our little guy. Caleb loved the sandwich just as much as his daddy. The bacon and avocado were his favorite part. I am glad Caleb takes after both of us:)
Get your sandwich on and make a Cobb Salad Sandwich! Make sure you have a napkin nearby, it might get messy!
If you like this Cobb Salad Sandwich, you might also like:
- Smashed Chickpea Avocado Salad Sandwich
- Egg Salad
- Cucumber Avocado Sandwich
- Bacon Caprese Sandwich
- Rainbow Vegetable Sandwich
Cobb Salad Sandwich
- 4 slices bread Josh used sourdough
- 2 tablespoons mayonaise
- 2 Romaine lettuce leaves
- 4 slices deli turkey
- 1 large tomato sliced
- 2 hard boiled eggs sliced
- 1 avocado pitted and sliced
- 4 slices cooked bacon
- 1/2 red onion sliced
- 1/3 cup crumbled blue cheese
- Salt and black pepper to taste
- Spread mayonnaise evenly over bread slices. Cover 2 bread slices with lettuce, turkey, tomato, egg, avocado, bacon, red onion, and blue cheese-dividing the ingredients evenly between both sandwiches. Season with salt and pepper. Top with remaining bread slices. Cut in half. Skewer each half with a toothpick to hold the sandwich together...or just start eating!
Have you tried this recipe?
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Oh wow, this looks delicious! Like Josh, my husband would LOVE this sandwich!
This is restaurant menu worthy! Go Josh!
I didn’t know what was for dinner tonight until right now, thank you!
Yum! Love it! Great looking sandwich!!
A messy sandwich is the best kind. This looks phenomenal!
This looks incredible — I love each layer!! 🙂
Brilliant idea for a sandwich!
Oh yes!! This looks so good! i love how big it is! I might not be able to fit my little mouth around it though!
I know what we’re having for lunch today! This looks delicious. Tell Josh thanks for the lunch idea.
Now that is my kind of sandwich!
Bacon and eggs in a sandwich? Yes please.
WOW! I’m hungry just staring at that massive sandwich!! I love cobb salads so I’m positive this sandwich would be amazing for lunch!!
I loooove cobb salad. In fact, it’s one of the first salads I remember enjoying growing up. Looks so good as a sammy
What a great idea!! this looks totally amazing!
Nice Sammy Josh!! I’ll take one for breakfast!
Oh my word!!! I want to grab hold of that badboy with both hands and go to town!
I like how Josh thinks!!! Love a good sandwich! And now my tummy is growling!
I cannot believe I’ve never thought of this before!! Genius!!
Thanks for sharing this recipe. I love cobb salad so I am sure I would love this sandwich. It looks delicious. I wish I had all the stuff in the house to make it I would have it for lunch today. If you get a chance stop by my blog Recipe for Life and check out some of my family favorites at: deborah-bateman.blogspot.com
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YUMMY! This makes me so hungry….and it’s still early morning. This is when I wish we had one of those Willy Wonka TV’s that can transport food. Maybe someday… 🙂
Great job with this sandwich Josh!
Um, wow. Wow!! Wow. I was JUST thinking I was craving a Cobb Salad, now I need it on bread please! 🙂
I love cobb salad….and bread. This is a match made in heaven. Great recipe! 🙂
Could also call it a Dagwood sandwich?
I have to try this!!!
That looks like a seriously delicious salad sandwich! And I have to relate to Josh… usually my sandwiches are fit for a giant. My FIL always tells me I have “big eyes, little tummy” Haha, but I cant help it, I love too many ingredients 😉
I am beyond into this sammy! What a great creation!
What a great idea! We have so many eggs and a lot of ham leftover for Easter, so I love this recipe!
What a great sandwich idea.
This looks so delicious! I’ll have to give it a try!! 🙂
That looks scrunptious! I would suggest that if you don’t have bleu cheese crumbles on hand, you could skip a couple of ingredients and just spread the bread with bleu cheese dressing. I always have that on hand in the fridge so that could sub for the mayo and cheese crumbles! Otherwise, yum! I think I will be taking all the ingredients to work this week and my classroom assistants and I will be making these for our lunches! =)
Terrific sandwich! That’s a great way to utilize my leftover eggs, too.
aaaaaaahhhh I want this in my face!!
My favorite salad in a sandwich! Love it!
Josh, you ROCK! My all-time fave salad is now a sandwich! You must have been so proud of your cheffy self when you created this sandwich! Mmmm. Love. It. Pinning…and, thank you! *mwah!*
Yep, i’ve made some sandwich like that before, but my ingredients wasn’t as variety as Josh. I’m very excited with avocado and hard boiled eggs. I’ll try it at the nearest time. Thank you for sharing the recipe ^^
Wow! That looks delicious! What a great idea for all those leftover eggs!
I just had a cobb salad the other day and forgot how much I like it. This looks so yummy!!
Hee hee, what a cute post. 😉
It does look like a killer tasty sandwich!
This is totally a salad I could have every year after Easter. 🙂 Love that last photo!
Whoa! That’s one awesome sandwich, love every single piece of it!
I will happily try and wrap my face around that beast of a sammich!! Josh is my kinda sammich maker!! High five man!
You know I could have this salad for breakfast, lunch and dinner!
Cobb salads are my favorite! This is a great idea!
Wow… this has my husbands name ALL OVER IT… I’ll give him my blue cheese— looks delish~!
P.S. I am so jealous Caleb eats so well.. our 3 year old has turned into having quite the ‘I don’t like that” appetite more frequently… xoxo.. I love reading about little pea and your recipe ideas 🙂 Happy Spring
I LOVE these flavors together!! That sandwich would be gond in 2 minutes!
Wowza, that looks like an amazing sandwich!
yuuuuummmm! i would’ve chosen turkey for this too 🙂
So hungry just looking at it!!
I’m so down with this sandwich! I love new sandwich ideas. Yummy!
I was going to post a cobb salad thanks to the plethora of eggs I have in my fridge right now, but this sandwich is looking way better than a regular cobb salad! Incredible sandwich and genius idea you guys had!
This sandwich has my name written all over it. YUM! Can’t wait to try it soon for lunch.
This looks amazing!! Nom Nom Nom.
I love the sound of this!!
Sounds yummy! Such a great combination of flavors. This will be our next dinner.
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I have a Cobb salad sandwich on my blog too- a little different though. I live a salad you can turn into sandwich form! http://kitchenlil.blogspot.com/2011/09/cobb-salad-sandwich.html?m=1
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