Cheers! Outrageous Sandwiches

Cheers! Outrageous Sandwiches

I used to hate to eat sandwiches.

Sandwiches to me were a thick layer of peanut butter and an even thicker layer of jelly smushed between two slices of bread shoved in a plastic bag at the bottom of my lunch box.

You have all had one, right?

But times have changed and so have these sandwiches.

Welcome to my Favorite Outrageous Sandwiches!

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Cheers! Outrageous Sandwiches

Cheers! Outrageous Sandwiches

via Oh Bite It!

I can honestly say I would have never thought that a jelly doughnut would be gracing our presence on the subject of sandwiches but man you HAVE to try this!  They call it The Monte ‘CristKroh’! The BEST Monte Cristo Sandwich hack EVER..created by Michael Kroh!  Life-changing for sure!  Oh Bite It knows what they are doing!

If you have ever had a French Dip Sandwich before, prepare to be amazed!  This Balsamic Roast Beef French Dip Sandwich is insane and perfect for a busy night.

I don’t know about you but I am totally addicted to Chick-Fil-A sandwiches but it just isn’t feasible to make it there as often as I want.  Cue in – Chick-Fil-A Copycat Chicken Sandwich!  And seriously these taste as good as the originals.  Now you just need the amazing sauce to go with it, right?

I fell in love with Banh Mi Sandwiches when I started watching the Great Food Truck Race years ago.  This recipe is such an easy way to recreate it at home.

Remember when I was talking about Peanut Butter and Jelly in the olden days.  Well, this is the adult amazing version of Fried PBJ you don’t want to miss!  I would LOVE one of these in my lunch box!

 

BUT THE LIST DOESN’T END HERE!  My favorite sandwich is next!

Sandwiches are not just bread and meat anymore! Check out the most outrageous sandwiches around the web including my personal favorite!

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Alison

The kitchen is definitely my favorite place in any home. I love cooking but I also love how it brings people together. Although we lived in different cities growing up, I consider Sugar City, Idaho to be my hometown. Now, my husband and I live in Meridian, Idaho with our three not-so-little kids. My life is filled with good food, friends, and family—and it’s even better when I can find a great deal!

65 Comments

  1. KatR

    A sandwich made on a jelly doughnut – who would have thought THAT would ever be a “thing?” lol Roast Beef French Dip and the Copy-Cat Chick-Fil-A Chicken sandwiches both look mighty tasty! Darn – now I’m hungry! 😉

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    • Alison

      I know! The jelly doughnut is just insane enough to make me want to try it!

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  2. tp keane

    Talk about extreme sandwiches. Love that some of them make me want to take a second and third look.

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    • Alison

      Sometimes a third look is all it takes to convince you to make it for lunch tomorrow!

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  3. Gemima

    Yeah I am now hungry and jalous

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    • Alison

      Don’t be jealous, Gemima! Try making it! 🙂

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  4. David

    They look so big like for someone that is really hungry. I want to try all of them, I love sandwiches that are different from normal. The fried pbj looks so much delicious *_*

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    • Alison

      I agree. I love when they are less like the typical sandwich and more like a really good meal!

      Reply
  5. Roy Miller

    Alison, The jelly doughnut is a no go for me. It doesn’t sound good. I thought the french dip was a pulled pork. It does look good. I am not a big fan of chicken. The copy-cat Chick-Fil-A might be ok. I do not get the fascination with Chick-Fil-A.

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    • Alison

      I understand, Roy! I think you could get on board with this chicken sandwich!

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  6. Jacqui Odell

    Oh Man! Lots of yummy sandwiches!! I personally want to try the Fried PB & J!

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    • Alison

      How good would that be! I mean anything fried is delicious but this would be insane!

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  7. Roy Miller

    Alison, the jelly doughnut is not an option for me. Doughnuts and sandwiches are two separate things. The French Dip looks likes a pulled pork, but it does look good. It is worth trying to me.

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  8. Carrie

    OMG the French Dip looks awesome! Im not a big sandwich eater either unless it is warm. Warm sandwiches I can do! My favorites are Monte Cristo and Tuna Melts!

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    • Alison

      Monte Cristo’s are one of the best sandwiches out there!

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  9. Amy Scott

    My sandwiches are suddenly very self conscious! What unique fillings. That jelly one looks dangerous!

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    • Alison

      I know! We might have to start thinking about what we are putting in our sandwiches!

      Reply
  10. kathryn Maher

    Wow, these are the “Designer” version of the school sandwiches we all knew and hated so well. They are temping enough to make even me , a self-confessed sandwich hater sample one or two. My favourite is the chicken one. Very Impressive!

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    • Alison

      I am with you, Kathryn! I usually hate sandwiches but how can you deny these ones!

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  11. Andrea

    Well as far as I’m concerned – if it was up to me – I would be eating nothing but cheese sandwiches every day 🙂

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    • Alison

      Haha! My daughter is the same way! 🙂

      Reply
  12. Idaintyit

    A doughnut sandwich?! Looks so good but sounds so crazy haha I have had a doughnut burger before but not with jam in it

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  13. Katrine

    So, I’m pregnant and this post has just given me serious cravings!! They all look so delicious!

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    • Alison

      That is the worst and best feeling! 🙂 I hope you get it fulfilled soon!

      Reply
  14. Ana De- Jesus

    Those are some very inventive sandwich fillings I can imagine my friend would like this.

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  15. Agnes

    Omg! The donut sandwich is seriously outrageous but sounds really good. Love this post!

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  16. Marissa Zurfluh

    That Chicken Sandwich may have had me at first sight. I just got a Panini Maker and it’s been nothing but wraps, sandwiches and anything else i can use that maker for. I love it!

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    • Alison

      I get it! Why would you want anything else when that amazing panini maker is there?!

      Reply
  17. ahmed

    hùmm look delicious , i’ll to try to make it!

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    • Alison

      I hope you can find one that you can make, Ahmed!

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  18. IAMVAGABOND.COM

    This is not fair. I am all so very hungry now. Fried PBJ wow. Can I get a bite please please.

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    • Alison

      I know! I feel the same way!

      Reply
  19. Jasmine Watts

    Yumm.. I love sandwiches and these look so delicious! I would love to try these all!!

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  20. Roy Miller

    Alison, I thought the french dip was a pulled pork when I first saw it. This is one I think that would be worth trying. The jelly doughnut is unusual, to say the least. I would never have thought of that combination. It might go over good with kids.

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    • Alison

      I am skeptical of the jelly doughnut but I was also really skeptical at the monte cristo too and I love it! It’s always worth a try!

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  21. Bella B (xoxoBella)

    What a fun post. I would probably try all of these…even though they sound very odd. 🙂

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  22. Nicole Escat

    yummy! For sure my family would love this.

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  23. SUCHI

    yummy! these sure are some outrageous sandwiches!lol! i so wish i didn’t have to count calories!!:(

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    • Alison

      Even better when you are counting calories because then you can feel good when eating the sandwiches!

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  24. Mutange

    Now you have really made me hungry. Those sandwiches are so yummy!!!

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    • Alison

      I am so glad you like these, Mutange!

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  25. Roxy

    I used to loathe sandwiches as a kid, but now I love them (but it has to be on toasted bread if it’s just regular bread). These all look soon amazing! My mouth is watering.

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    • Alison

      I am the same, Roxy. I hated sandwiches for the longest time until I knew there were these kind of sandwiches in the world!

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  26. Ana

    Hey Alison,

    I am on a diet these days and whenever I visit your blog, I get enticed by your daily delicacies and your pictures are just killer! Its so difficult to resist myself from these guilty pleasures after checking your recipes! 🙂

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    • Alison

      Ana, you should look at it as I am helping you not break your diet but get your fill through pictures! 🙂

      Reply
  27. Dreammerin

    Because I’m a fashion blogger I pinned your post to the “Food Styling”. It looks so yummy that it made me hungry. Hope you’re having an amazing day !

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  28. Courtneylynne

    Omg so much yumminess!!!!! That French dip looks delicious. Now I have a craving for one lol

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    • Alison

      I know! All I have wanted since I wrote this post is sandwiches! I think my family is going to kick me out!

      Reply
  29. Sonnie

    I’m no Vietnamese but I love their food, it’s light, healthy and has unique vegan taste. So, of the sandwiches you’ve shared I’ll go for Bahn Mi. The chicken and roast beef are nice too, but I would rather pair it with freshly steamed or fried rice 🙂

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  30. Kalliopi

    Cooking has become more than science these days. I would never thought of that, but my cooking imagination is poor anyways. Now I am hungry these sandwiches are something else. I will definitely try one on my cheat day can’t wait!

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  31. ROBERT LEE

    Alison! When I make my own sandwich in a hurry at home, I … I eat bread only. LOL! So you could just imagine how that balsamic roast beef sandwich is making me crave for some. I am on detox now so … resist for now.

    Very very nice photos too. As always.

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  32. BErlin

    I do not enjoy sandwiches until my husband instroduced them to me. I always prefer rice with any viand. But Ive found out that sandwiches can be filling as well and you could stuff them with meat and veggies and off you go. You could also wrap it again if you havent finished it.

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  33. R U S S

    I’m not much of a sandwich person myself but there are a few that I like. I usually like sandwiches that are soft so I dont like ’em toasted. The Monte CristKroh is my favorite amongst the sandwiches in this post. I have a bias and special preference for anything with tons of cheese in it. The jelly doughnut makes it sinful ( lol ) but the combination must be super good.

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  34. DARLENE

    OMG! All of that looks like food porn! I want everything except the Jelly Doughnut Monte Cristo haha. I’m a big fan of Bahn Mi. When I dont feel like eating rice, I turn to sandwiches. But you are right, when I was young I didnt like them one bit. LOL

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    • Renée

      Thanks Darlene, welcome to CK!

      Reply
  35. Joanna

    Wow, that banh mi sandwich looks delicious! I used to see sandwiches too as nothing special, until I came to the UK. And then the world of sandwiches open up to me. And oh my, there are so many delicious ones to choose from! 🙂

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    • Renée

      It’s true Joanna, anything goes, simple to loaded up!!!

      Reply
  36. Nina Sogue

    Oh my, this is a great list! MY fave sandwich is anything with crunchy veggies on it. As long as I hear the crunch, I’m good 🙂

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  37. Marge Gavan

    Whenever I go here it’s always at night time and I always get hungry hahaha.. Anyway, I’ve always loved sandwiches, especially if it has stuffings that I love (more cheese please).

    But these sandwiches are outrageous indeed, especially the jelly doughnut, I mean, what the hell? They’ve combined the salty and sweet, I wonder how it tastes like.

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    • Renée

      US too!!! Thanks Marge, we all need to adopt your attitude and give it a go.

      Reply
  38. Klaudia

    Yummy stuff ! These sandwiches look so delicious , great new ideas !!! I think , my favourite one would be the Balsamic Roast Beef French Dip Sandwich and the one below , the Chick-Fil-A Copycat Chicken Sandwich . I am a ‘meaty person’ 🙂 Sharing your amazing sandwiches with my friends 🙂 How perfect here , where it is most days too hot to have a rich heavy meal !

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    • Renée

      Thanks for spreading the word Klaudia!

      Reply
  39. Arrianne Guzman

    I am drooling!!!! I love all these outrageous sandwiches!!!! You see, when I stopped taking rice for lunch (rice meal is common in the Philippines for breakfast, lunch and dinner), I eat sandwiches instead! I usually buy from Subway. Whenever I look at the staff prepare for my sandwich, I said to myself it was an easy thing to do. But no, making a really good sandwich, as I came to realize, is more than just putting all those veggies and meat altogether. 🙂

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  40. Dominic Barrios

    Can I order one of those Jelly doughnut Monte Cristo? Why don’t they have those here in our country? 😛 I’ve tried those Peanut butter and Jelly sandwiches and they were great but not as good-looking as those fried PBJ’s photo you have in the last.
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