Inside-Out Turkey Sandwich Cups

Check out this recipe for Inside Out Turkey Sandwich Cups. Great lunch for kids with vegetables and meat – can be used for a filling snack too!

As moms, we go into summer with the best of intentions. If you're anything like me, in the next few weeks you'll make all of these amazing plans for what you're going to do with those long summer days. You prep fun at-home activities, schedule exciting outings, and even plan picture-perfect lunches for your kids.

And if you're anything like me, those plans usually last a week or two before the chaos ensues.

So I don't know about you guys, but for me, it's key to be a little more realistic about those fun summer plans. I still like to put together exciting and enriching things for us to do/eat/see, but I also try to make sure I'm planning things that are fun but not over-complicated (i.e. things I'll actually do rather than just plan).

And that definitely applies in the lunch department too. No, I'm not going to make perfectly themed lunches every single day… let's be real: it's just not going to happen. Instead, I like to think up fun ideas that are nutritious and easy to prep with two stir-crazy kids in the house! Bonus points if I can think of a way to get those stir-crazy kids to help me make lunch.

Check out this recipe for Inside Out Turkey Sandwich Cups, using Hormel Natural Choice Turkey Salami Great lunch for kids with vegetables and meat - can be used for a filling snack too!

So this recipe for Inside-Out Sandwich Cups is perfect for those lazy summer days when you want a nutritious lunch that incorporates a little bit of fun and lets your kids help in the kitchen. It's a great way to sneak in a few veggies too! Here's the recipe – and with this, I use “recipe” as a very loose term. It's really more of a method: you can use whatever fillings your family likes in this!

Check out this recipe for Inside Out Turkey Sandwich Cups, using Hormel Natural Choice Turkey Salami Great lunch for kids with vegetables and meat - can be used for a filling snack too!

Inside-Out Turkey Sandwich Cups

Ingredients

  • 1 pack sliced turkey
  • 1 pack sliced salami
  • 5 slices whole wheat bread
  • 1 8oz pack cream cheese, softened
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 1 tsp pepper
  • 2 small heads or 1 large head of broccoli
  • 1 onion
  • 1 bell pepper
  • 1/2 cup sun-dried tomatoes
  • 2 yellow squash
  • 2 cups spinach
  • 1 cup cheddar cheese, shredded

Directions

Heat oven to 400 degrees.

Toast the bread slices and until bread is crumbly and no longer soft. Cool and crumble into bite-sized pieces. If you're using a toaster oven, toss the salami on one side of the cookie sheet and bake until crisp.

While the bread/salami is baking, place turkey slices in greased muffin tins, making a cup shape. Bake these in a 400-degree oven for about 10 minutes, until edges of cups start to brown.

While your cups are baking, chop all veggies into bite-sized pieces. Lay veggies out buffet-style so kids can choose what they'd like in their cups.

Beat together eggs, cream cheese, salt, and pepper in a mixer. Fold in bread pieces. Let kids mix in their ingredients into this mixture…this is a great opportunity to get them involved in the cooking!

Pour filling into the cooked turkey cups and bake for another 15-20 minutes, until tops of the filling start to brown. Serve warm.

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76 Comments

  1. Dana Rodriguez says:

    I love chicken wraps!

  2. Stefanie G says:

    My quick and easy lunch is turkey wrap pinwheels! So easy to make!

  3. Jessie C. says:

    I like chicken caesar wraps for quick lunch.
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  4. Actually, this is the lunch meat we buy and it is definitely on my quick go-to lunch menu. It is especially easy to make into wraps–the time consuming part comes if I let others in the kitchen and they get into "decorating" theirs with lots of extras. But that is fun, too. These look amazing by the way.

  5. Nannypanpan says:

    My go to lunch is a grilled cheese sandwich

  6. Margaret Smith says:

    These sound so delicious. My quick go to lunch is usually grilled cheese or scrambled eggs. Thanks so much.

  7. Lisa Brown says:

    my do-to, quick and easy lunch is yogurt and granola.

  8. Julie Wood says:

    My go to lunch idea is my Deviled eggs, veges, fruit and yogurt in my bento box!

  9. Julie Wood says:

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  10. I like to make turkey wrap

  11. My fast go to lunch is a grilled cheese sandwich.

  12. shelly peterson says:

    My easy go to lunch is a turkey and cheese sandwich on honey wheat bread.
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  13. I love a peanut butter and banana sandwich for a quick lunch.

  14. I like to make a chicken ham wrap.

  15. Janice Cooper says:

    My quick easy go to lunch is a ham & cheese sandwich

  16. We like veggie sandwich.

  17. My go to quick and easy lunch is left overs.

  18. Allison Swain says:

    Usually a salad or baked potatoes and veggies.
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  20. My go-to quick and easy lunch is leftovers from last night’s dinner. 🙂

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  21. My go-to quick and easy lunch is hummus with sliced veggies or pita chips.

  22. Ellie Wright says:

    Usually egg salad or chicken salad on croissants.

  23. April Vrugtman says:

    My go to quick and easy lunch is hummus with vegetables for dipping, crackers and cheese. If I’m feeling adventurous I’ll add nuts and olives.

  24. Stephanie Phelps says:

    My go to quick and easy lunch is a protein shake!

  25. Elizabeth pergande says:

    My go to lunch is a sandwich made from whatever leftovers I have.

  26. i enjoy a bento box with diced lunchmeat and cheese with some almonds

  27. quick and easy lunch fresh veggies, cheese and a meat.

  28. Thomas Murphy says:

    My go-to quick and easy lunch is ham and cheese sandwiches.

  29. My quick lunch is a salad with whatever is in the fridge including lunchmeat.
    Thanks for the contest.

  30. Tabathia B says:

    either left overs, sandwiches or hot dogs

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  31. Bert Ruiz says:

    My go-to quick and easy lunch is turkey & cheese sandwiches. Thank you for the opportunity to win

  32. Susan Christy says:

    Cheese & Crackers with some fruit is my favorite quick and easy lunch.

  33. Wow, these looks so delicious!! My go to lunch is a classic PB&J, but now I HAVE to change it up just so I can try these 🙂

  34. Susan Smith says:

    My quick go to lunch is a chef salad.

  35. Cynthia C says:

    A veggie, ham and cheese omelet is a fast easy lunch for me.

  36. I love a good ‘ham sandwich!

  37. Ham and turkey sandwich on sliced italian bread is my favorite quick lunch.
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  38. Terry Stevens says:

    Sub sandwiches are my go-to easy lunch for the myself and the family.

  39. Terry Stevens says:

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  40. kathy Persons says:

    I love a whole grain flatbread sandwich

  41. peanut butter and jelly is my go to lunch

  42. I try to always have some lunchmeat wrapped cheese sticks in the frig for quick lunches on the go. I never miss the bread or condiments and they last sooo much longer that way!

  43. Jerry Marquardt says:

    My most excellent go-to quick and easy lunch which can be done up in a whip is making me and my family a nice BLT sandwich.