A fresh Turkey Sandwich Croissant Board, with turkey, cheese, salami, and sliced apples. Everyone makes their own sandwich with mayo and mustard!

I love the beauty of a board, especially the colors of food! We are people who love wholesome food, I must say.

Turkey Sandwich Croissant Board

But eating well does not necessarily mean the food has to be expensive or gourmet. So on the table? This Turkey Sandwich Croissant Board!

Here’s a TIP: You can buy in a large pack of croissants at Costco and freeze what you do not use!

Wholesome boards

It’s more about the wholesomeness, modest ingredients, and the preparation.

The presentation in this board is gorgeous, and it only take a few minutes.

Completely necessary? Absolutely not. We all know that eating together is about community!

Make your own sandwich board

And everyone makes their own sandwich! Try these flavors if you are not a turkey fan!

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Growing up, my parents were frugal because they had to be. But food was still beautiful, wholesome, and especially lovely when my mom harvested her garden!

I’m so thankful for the beauty of food. [10 years ago in our southern OR garden, and oh how I miss our tomatoes!]

Ingredients for Turkey Sandwich Croissant Board

  • Croissants (you can buy in a large pack at Costco and freeze what you do not use)
  • Sliced turkey
  • Butter leaf lettuce
  • Salami
  • Cheese slices (we use Cabot Cheese)
  • Apple slices
  • Mayo
  • Mustard (we love Trader Joe’s Aioli Mustard)
  • Red grapes

How to serve a turkey sandwich board

Have you tried cheese, apple slices and turkey together? And then with a little mustard?

  1. Prepare a large board [LINKS BELOW] with a lip, and place the croissants around the outside.
  2. Cut the root off the bottom of butter leaf lettuce head, and place in the center of the board.
  3. Make flowers with the turkey, by folding the turkey in half, and then in half again (quarters) to make turkey flowers.
  4. Place mayo and mustard on the board.
  5. Lay down cheese slices and salami.
  6. Fill in open areas with sliced apples and fresh grapes! Serve!

This is a delicious idea for dinner, but also double or triple this recipe for a bridal, baby shower, birthday party, or SUNDAY BRUNCH!

Grab the board sizes at the bottom of this post. If you need to season your board, you can get the info HERE, How to Season a Charcuterie Board.

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Turkey Sandwich Croissant Board

Buy in a large pack at Costco and freeze what you do not use!

Ingredients

  • 8 croissants, sliced in half lengthwise
  • 12 oz. turkey slices
  • 1 head butter leaf lettuce
  • Salami
  • Cheese slices, we use Cabot Cheese
  • Apple slices
  • Mayo
  • Mustard, we love Trader Joe’s Aioli Mustard
  • Red grapes

Instructions

  • On a large prepared board, lay the croissant rolls around the outside of the board.
  • Cut the root off the bottom of a head of butter leaf lettuce, and place in the center of the board.
  • Make flowers with the turkey, by folding the turkey in half, and then in half again (quarters) to make turkey flowers.
  • Place 2 small bowls of mayo and mustard on the board.
  • Lay down cheese slices and salami.
  • Fill in open areas with sliced apples and fresh grapes! Serve!
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