Stay within your grocery budget with these easy sandwich recipes that are all $2.50 or less per serving.
This savory and sweet sandwich features ham, turkey and cheese piled between pieces egg-battered bread and sprinkled with powdered sugar. For extra sweetness, serve with jam.
Make a quick barbecue chicken sandwich with rotisserie chicken and bottled barbecue sauce.
Use chicken sausage in this easy and economical sandwich that's piled with bell peppers, onions, tomato sauce and cheese.
Use rotisserie chicken or leftover chopped chicken in this easy, Asian-style wrap. If you don't have cashews, you can substitute chopped peanuts.
Layer slices of salami and Swiss cheese with dressed lettuce and tomato, and serve on Italian sandwich rolls.
Make a quick Mexican dip with salsa and mayonnaise and serve it with these hearty chicken wraps.
Dress up canned tuna in this sophisticated Mediterranean-style sandwich featuring Italian bread, kalamata olives, parsley and mozzarella cheese.
Give plain ham a lift by spreading a mixture of mustard and peach jam over the slices and topping them with sliced peaches and Cheddar cheese.
Go beyond boring grilled cheese sandwiches by adding turkey, honey mustard and Granny Smith apple slices.
Here's everything you love in a traditional Reuben, but with turkey instead of corned beef.
Fill up flour tortillas with roasted red pepper, spinach, carrot, and goat cheese for a hearty meatless main dish sandwich.
Use low-fat chicken salad as the filling for these 5-layer club sandwiches.
Transform canned tuna by stirring in curry powder, hoisin sauce, currants and slivered almonds. Serve in whole wheat tortillas.
Pair salami and ciabatta bread with fresh tomatoes and basil for a flavorful pressed sandwich.
Make your club sandwiches distinctive by topping the bread with a low-fat, fresh-herb mayonnaise.