These Green Goddess Party Sandwiches are here to make your summer hosting easy and more delicious! Whip these up and your guests are sure to thank you later.

Green Goddess Party Sandwiches sliced on wood platter.

To me, there is nothing like a poolside summer sandwich when it is just too hot to grill or make anything else! But when hosting, you do not always have the time to make individual sandwiches for your guests. Enter: Party Sandwiches. With this concept, you take one giant loaf of bread, assemble with all your spreads, fillings, and toppings, and then slice into individual sandwiches. Making guest prep much simpler!

Close up of Green Goddess Party Sandwiches sliced on wood tray.

With these Green Goddess Party Sandwiches, I start by create the herby Green Goddess that I absolutely love. While you can make this with homemade mayo, store-bought will save you time if needed! Once your Greed Goddess is made, you will simply spread that onto the bottom of your loaf, then top with turkey, havarti cheese, avocado, red onion, cucumber, and alfalfa sprouts. I love the combination of all of these ingredients but feel free to get creative as well!

Ingredients:

  • Homemade or Light Mayo
  • Dijon Mustard
  • Garlic
  • Basil Leaves
  • Green Onions
  • Lemon Juice
  • Salt
  • Freshly Ground Black Pepper
  • Soft Ciabatta or Focaccia Bread
  • Deli Turkey
  • Sliced Havarti or Swiss Cheese
  • Avocado
  • Red Onion
  • English Cucumber
  • Alfalfa Sprouts

Step-by-Step:

Step One: Make the green goddess

In a wide-mouth jar with an immersion blender or in a food processor, combine all of the Green Goddess ingredients and blend until smooth.

Cream bowl filled with Green Goddess dressing. Sandwich toppings in each corner.Cream bowl filled with Green Goddess dressing. Sandwich toppings in each corner.

Step Two: Assemble the Sandwich

Spread the Green Goddess sauce on both sides of the ciabatta. To the bottom half of the ciabatta, layer the turkey, havarti, avocado, onion, cucumber, and alfalfa sprouts. Place the other half of the ciabatta on top to make one giant sandwich.

Green Goddess Party Sandwich assembled without top piece of bread on top yet.Green Goddess Party Sandwich assembled without top piece of bread on top yet.

Step Three: Slice and Serve!

Using a serrated knife, cut the sandwich into 8 smaller sandwiches. If using, place the bamboo picks into each of the sandwiches. Serve and enjoy!

Green Goddess Party Sandwiches sliced on wooden tray.Green Goddess Party Sandwiches sliced on wooden tray.

Recipe FAQs:

I don’t like turkey, could I use something else?

Of course! This would be great with sliced deli chicken if preferred. Or use this method with any sandwich fillings and toppings you prefer!

I can’t find soft ciabatta, what should I use?

I love focaccia bread for this recipe as well!

Can I make these in advance?

I would suggest making the Green Goddess in advance (you can store in the fridge for 2 to 3 days), but would assemble just before your party so your bread does not dry out or your avocado browns!

I hope you and your guests enjoy these Green Goddess Party Sandwiches all summer long! Comment below once you try them!

Looking for some summer sides? Try these!

Grilled Antipasto Pasta Salad

Cucumber Salad with Crispy Chickpeas

Green Goddess Pasta Salad

Smashed Loaded Potato Salad

Assemble the Sandwich:

  • Spread the Green Goddess sauce on both sides of the ciabatta. To the bottom half of the ciabatta, layer the turkey, havarti, avocado, onion, cucumber, and alfalfa sprouts.

  • Place the other half of the ciabatta on top to make one giant sandwich. Then, using a serrated knife, cut the sandwich into 8 smaller sandwiches.

  • Place the bamboo picks into each of the sandwiches, serve and enjoy!

Calories: 285kcal, Carbohydrates: 34g, Protein: 14g, Fat: 11g, Saturated Fat: 4g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g, Monounsaturated Fat: 4g, Trans Fat: 0.2g, Cholesterol: 24mg, Sodium: 846mg, Potassium: 259mg, Fiber: 3g, Sugar: 2g, Vitamin A: 308IU, Vitamin C: 7mg, Calcium: 106mg, Iron: 1mg

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

Photography and styling by Eat Love Eats.



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