A turkey gobbler sandwich is the ultimate sandwich to make with your Thanksgiving left overs. This sandwich takes Thanksgiving leftovers and makes the most amazing sandwich ever. If you have never made one, then you are in for a real treat when you make this sandwich with the Thanksgiving leftover this Thanksgiving!
Turkey Gobbler Sandwich
If you are from up North then I am sure you have been to a WaWa, if you don’t live in an area with a WaWa I am so sorry that you have to miss out on it’s awesomeness. WaWa is a convince store, gas station and deli all in one that those who live up north tend to love. I love Wawa, my kids love WaWa and I don’t think there is anyone that I know who doesn’t love WaWa.
Their sandwiches are amazing, my family loves the BLT for most of the year but during the fall months WaWa offers what they call the Gobbler sandwich, a turkey sandwich that is a must have in the fall.
However you don’t have to miss out on a the turkey gobbler if you do not have a WaWa near by because you can make it at home with all of the Thanksgiving leftovers!
Do you see the tastiness just layered on that sandwich?
Oh I am so ready to have Thanksgiving leftovers just so I can make this sandwich again!
What is a Gobbler Sandwich?
This sandwich is the perfect way to use up the Thanksgiving left overs. A typical gobbler sandwich is made with 2 pieces of toasted bread with mayonnaise, left over turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing and totally delicious! If you think it sounds crazy, don’t worry I thought the same thing until I tried one and now every year I look forward to the leftovers so I can make one.
Thanksgiving Leftover Recipes
I love Thanksgiving and I love all the tasty foods we make to enjoy, but I really love the amount of leftovers we end up with that makes for even more amazing tasty recipes to make with it. There are so many things to make with Thanksgiving left overs, but this Turkey Gobbler Sandwich is my favorite.
Looking for more Thanksgiving leftover recipes? Be sure to check these out!
- Turkey Noodle Soup
- Thanksgiving Leftover Charcuterie Board
- Turkey Tetrazzini
- Sweet Potato Turkey Shepherd’s Pie
- Turkey Dinner Rollup
Variations of this Recipe
Cheese. You can put cheese on the gobbler sandwich if you want to, the best cheese to use is gruyere cheese. Of course if you had a meat and cheese board set out and have left over cheese you can use any of the cheeses from it on this sandwich.
Lettuce. You can add lettuce if you want to, I suggest staying away from the Iceburg lettuce and using bib lettuce or arugula.
Gravy. Have left over gravy? You can pour some of it on top of the stuffing or you can soak a third piece of bread in the gravy and place that piece of bread on top of the turkey layer and then place the gravy soaked bread and then top that with the layer of stuffing.
Tips for Making the Best Gobble Sandwich
Use sliced turkey. If you can use thick slices of turkey over shredded turkey, the sandwich will hold together better.
Warm or cold. You can heat up the stuffing and the turkey if you want a warm sandwich, or you can leave it cold the choice is up to you.
Use a thick bread. You can use any bread that you want to, however a thicker sliced bread will hold better when you are making the sandwich.
Gobbler Sandwich Ingredients
How to Build a Gobbler Sandwich
Toast your bread of choice, place one piece of bread on a plate once toasted.
Spread the cranberry sauce on the side up facing up of the bread.
Layer the turkey on top of the cranberry sauce.
On top of the turkey add the stuffing, you will have to press the stuffing a bit so it stays as a layer.
On the other slice of bread spread mayo, place the bread mayo side down on top of the stuffing.
Slice the sandwich in half and enjoy.
Easy Sandwich Recipes
- Spinach Mozzarella Grilled Cheese
- Grilled Cheese roll ups
- Roasted Red Pepper grilled cheese
- Best Reuben Sandwich
- Egg Salad Recipe
- Chicken Salad Recipe
- Buffalo Chicken Sandwich
- Meatball Grinder
- 2 slices bread
- 2 tablespoons cranberry sauce
- 3 thick slices turkey
- 1/2 cup stuffing
- 2 tablespoons mayonnaise
- Toast your bread of choice, place one piece of bread on a plate once toasted.
- Spread the cranberry sauce on the side up facing up of the bread.
- Layer the turkey on top of the cranberry sauce.
- On top of the turkey add the stuffing, you will have to press the stuffing a bit so it stays as a layer.
- On the other slice of bread spread mayo, place the bread mayo side down on top of the stuffing.
- Slice the sandwich in half and enjoy.