If you’re looking to jazz your sandwich game up a bit, these croissant sandwich recipes will help you do that.
There’s something so satisfying about a simple sandwich for lunch or dinner. It’s one of those meals that doesn’t take a ton of time to make but tastes terrific and filling, nonetheless.
After all, no one ever said you had to construct your sandwich with two pieces of white sandwich bread.
Whether you enjoy wheat bread, ciabatta rolls, or something else entirely, that’s just fine!
Here, I’ve rounded up sandwich recipes that use croissants, but you can, of course, choose another bread if you prefer. That’s the beauty of sandwiches; they’re totally customizable!
The flaky, flavorful croissant isn’t nearly the best thing about this yummy sandwich.
It features generous slices of deli turkey, crispy bacon and lettuce, juicy tomatoes, sliced avocados, salt, pepper, and a fourth cup of mayonnaise.
It’s a BLT, only better, and thanks to the double portion of protein, it’s sure to keep you full all day.
With two types of cheese (Swiss and cheddar), four different meats (ham, turkey, bacon, and chicken), and plenty of fresh veggies, this is more than just a sandwich.
The California club is always a hit anyway, but it makes it that much better when you pile everything onto a tender croissant.
Hot ham and cheese sandwiches are a classic, whether on croissants or simple white bread. These are no exceptions.
You’ll make them with croissants, Swiss cheese, and your favorite flavor of deli ham. The secret ingredient, though, is the sweet and tangy spread of Dijon mustard, honey, and brown sugar.
Spread that across the croissants to take your traditional hot ham and cheese to a whole new level.
This recipe will also give you delicious hot ham and cheese sandwiches, but you’ll substitute Leerdammer for the Swiss and add a sprinkling of poppy seeds to the bread.
This sandwich bake is meaty, cheesy, and features crispy, flaky croissant bread. Every bite is a gooey, stringy mess, but it’s a mess that you’ll love to eat.
Because it’s a baked dish, it’ll take a little longer to prepare and cook than a quickly constructed sandwich, but you’ll still be able to have it on the table in less than an hour.
Chicken salad sandwiches are a filling, flavorful treat, especially when you make them with celery, red grapes, onions, fresh dill, and more.
This recipe gives you a chicken salad that’s savory and earthy with just a hint of sweetness underneath. It’s so good that you won’t even need the croissant to enjoy it.
If you’re looking for a zestier chicken salad recipe that verges on the edge of sour, you might prefer dill pickle chicken salad.
It has a bright, lingering taste that features notes of garlic, onion, and chicken beneath the heavy dose of dill pickles. It’s also surprisingly filling, so don’t be surprised if you’re full halfway through.
This chicken salad is much chunkier and less creamy than the two above, and it tastes a lot like what most people would call “normal” chicken salad.
You’ll add half a cup of toasted almonds to it, which gives it a delightful crunchiness, and the soft, buttery croissant is the perfect complement to the salad’s salty flavor.
If you prefer egg salad to chicken salad, you’ll love this 30-minute, six-ingredient recipe. All you’ll need are eggs, mayo, mustard, salt, pepper, and croissants for assembling the whole thing.
It’s thick and creamy but has the mild, light taste that makes egg salad such a popular sandwich with most people.
I know the recipe says crescent rolls, but you can easily substitute flaky croissants instead. Everything else remains the same.
If you’re a big fan of spinach artichoke dip, then these cheesy, garlicky treats might just become your new favorite appetizer or lunch option.
These perfectly pressed paninis are Thanksgiving dinner on a croissant. They might only use eight ingredients, but those eight things are enough to get you in the holiday spirit.
Each one features moist turkey, a buttery croissant, tangy cranberry sauce, Dijon mustard, brie cheese, bacon, arugula, and freshly ground black pepper.
Warning: Substituting these paninis for your actual Thanksgiving dinner might result in familial anger or even a full-scale revolt.
(They’re fantastic for getting rid of leftovers, though!)
Here’s another excellent recipe that’ll allow you to substitute croissants for crescent rolls. These are like homemade pizza rolls, but instead of dough, you’ll use buttery, flavorful croissants.
Stuff each one with cheese, sauce, and pepperoni, and cover the bread in Italian seasonings, garlic powder, and parmesan for a bite-sized Italian treat that everyone will love.
Don’t be surprised if this spicy, tangy sandwich becomes your new favorite ham and cheese recipe.
It’s not a hard sandwich to love with its black forest ham, pepper jack cheese, and spicy buffalo honey mustard. Every bite contains peppery cheese, tangy sauced ham, and buttery croissant.
If you’re in the mood for something a bit more elegant (or need a unique sandwich option for a fancy brunch), these attractive, five-ingredient croissant sandwiches could be just the thing.
Despite how sophisticated and artisanal they look, you can have them ready in just five minutes with no cooking needed.
Simply slice open the croissants and layer the ingredients one on top of the other. It’s a fresh, cool sandwich that’s truly one of a kind.
We’ve had egg salad and chicken salad, but don’t worry, I’ll never forget the tuna salad. If you have a taste for something creamy with a ton of umami flavor, this is the recipe for you.
The Monte Cristo is really just a high-class name for another hot ham and cheese recipe. This one features Swiss and cream cheeses and black forest ham.
You’ll also add a bit of raspberry jam and powdered sugar, giving the sandwich an incredible sweetness that you’d never believe would taste as good as it does.
No matter what anyone says, croissant sandwiches aren’t just for lunch anymore, as there are plenty of great breakfast options out there, as well. This one is the perfect example.
It’s a hearty ham, egg, and cheese sandwich with two types of cheese and a soft, chewy croissant bun. Prepare these for your family on a Monday morning, and you won’t get any complaints.
You can have two of these super filling, saucy sandwiches ready to eat in just 15 minutes.
Of course, after one taste of those thick, succulent turkey meatballs and your favorite Italian herbs, you’ll probably want to keep both of them for yourself. And that’s okay! No judgment!
In case you needed just one more recipe for a chicken salad sandwich, here you go. This one perfectly walks the line between sweet and tangy.
The cranberries and Caesar salad dressing complement one another surprisingly well, and the green onions and honey mustard only enhance the flavor.
Spread it on a croissant, add some spinach, and you’re all set.
Who needs Hardees when you can make a buttery, cheesy, delicious breakfast sandwich from the comfort of home?
This bacon, egg, and cheese croissant uses only seven ingredients and takes less than 15 minutes to make from start to finish, so you can enjoy it even on your busiest mornings.
This sandwich takes everything you love about a Caprese salad – the mozzarella, cherry and sun-dried tomatoes, artichokes, arugula, and basil pesto – and sandwiches it between a sliced croissant.
It’s bright, light, and full of garden-fresh flavors, and you can enjoy it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Plus, it’s vegetarian-friendly and takes only 15 minutes to pull together.
I can’t remember what movie or TV show first called this the “crock monster” sandwich, but it’s always the first thing I think about whenever I pull out my Croque monsieur recipe.
Whatever you want to call it, there is no denying that the Croque monsieur/crock monster sandwich is the ultimate grilled cheese and ham sandwich.
It takes a little over 20 minutes to make, but every bite is like a bit of heaven, and that’s worth however long it takes.
This buttery, meatless sandwich is phenomenal. The cheese is melted and gooey, and the mushrooms are tender and flavorful.
Without the cranberry sauce, it tastes somewhat like a jazzed-up mushroom quesadilla with better bread. The cranberry sauce changes that flavor slightly, but it still tastes fantastic.
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