Adventures in Healthier Eating with 2 Kids and a Picky Husband

Sweet Cinnamon Cheese, Apple and Turkey Sandwich

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Sunday I made this sandwich on a complete whim. I just bought a bunch of red delicious apples (they were on sale.) I had 2 slices of turkey breast left in the fridge and a few wedges of The Laughing Cow Cheese just waiting to be used.

As you guys may know, I’m a Laughing Cow Community Leader. It’s by far the best job I’ve ever had. I’m such a fan of their products and getting to be creative with them in the kitchen is SO MUCH FUN! So far I’ve shared 27 Laughing Cow ideas! This is my latest.

It may sound weird but mixing the creamy swiss with just a bit of honey and a dash of cinnamon makes an indulgent spread that goes wonderfully with apple and turkey on a sandwich. Sweet Cinnamon Cheese, Apple and Turkey SandwichThere’s no need for mayo or mustard or any other condiments. It’s just a light, fun way to jazz up a seasonal sandwich.

Here’s what I did…

  • 1 Laughing Cow Light Creamy Swiss Wedge
  • dash ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp honey (~1.5g) (just a touch)
  • Whole Wheat Sandwich Thin or an English muffin would work great too!
  • 1/2 of an apple sliced thin
  • 2 oz of sliced deli turkey
  • handful of baby spinach

Mix the cheese, cinnamon, and honey together until creamy. Smear it on the bottom of the sandwich thin. Top it with apples, then the turkey and finally the spinach and top of the thin.


Sweet Cinnamon Cheese, Apple and Turkey Sandwich - close up

I was surprised how filling this was especially after seeing the nutritional information. It reminds me once again how important flavor and creativity is for me when being satisfied in the food department.

Approx Nutritional Information per serving
Servings Amt per Serving
1 entire recipe
Calories Fat Fiber WWPs
260 5g 8g old: 5 new: 6
Sugar Sat Fat Carbs Protein
14g 2g 36g 19g

Disclosure: I’ve partnered with The Laughing Cow. Click here for more info and click here to see all my ideas using the Laughing Cow!

See other recipes using: apple, laughing cow cheese, turkey

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    Kim F

    November 15, 2011

    Ok - now that's clever!!!! I would have NEVER thought of that!!!!! That is why I truly love your site(s) and follow ALL of them! I have followed you for 3 years now - and I am NEVER bored! :o) Keep it up sister - we LOVE your thinkng style in the kitchen!


    November 15, 2011

    Again - an amazing yummy idea ! I think I know what i am having for lunch tomorrow :) Thanks Roni !

    Veronica Miller

    November 16, 2011

    I think it sounds incredible!


    November 20, 2011

    Just wanted to chime in again ... I loved it so much the first time, I made it again the next day for lunch too :) Thanks again Roni - you inspire me!


    January 9, 2012

    This is so good - I eat it almost every day for lunch! Thanks!


    January 26, 2012

    I just started following you this past week and am dying to try a ton of your recipies!!! I did try this one tonight and it was delicious!! Even my husband who is very reluctant to try my "weird" foods liked it! I even packed one for his lunch tomorrow. I am very excited to try your other recipies and will definitely leave feedback and my appreciation! This is so right up my alley! Thank you so much!!


    July 13, 2013

    This looks really good. I just found you on Pinterest and I'm checking out your website. This might be a silly question, but how do you get the apples slices so thin?


      July 20, 2013

      Hi Michele, I just leave them whole and slice from the side. The first one is all skin, which I eat but then they slice nicely after that until I hit the core. It may help to slice off the bottom so the apple stands without wobbling. Hope that helps! -Roni