Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 15 mins

In this cobb club sandwich, I take the staple ingredients of a cobb salad--avocado, bacon, egg, chicken, and blue cheese--and re-imagines it as a triple-decker club sandwich.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Place tomato slices on several layers of paper towels and sprinkle with salt. Let sit for 15 minutes, then press with additional paper towels to extract excess moisture.
  2. Using fork, mash 1/3 cup mayonnaise and blue cheese together in small bowl until smooth.
  3. Spread blue cheese mixture on 8 slices toast. Spread 3 tablespoons mayonnaise on remaining 4 slices toast. Place 4 cheese-coated toasts on work surface. Layer each with sliced tomato, egg, and avocado. Place plain mayonnaise-coated toasts, mayonnaise side down, over avocado; spread tops of toast with remaining mayonnaise. Continue layering with 2 strips bacon and sliced chicken. Top with remaining blue cheese-coated toasts, facing down. Cut each sandwich into triangles. Serve.
Most Helpful

Made these for dinner tonight- we liked them. I made Hubby's club style, but ate mine on a hamburger bun- I personally don't care for club style sandwiches but Hubby loves them. The only thing I missed was some green onion, which I would add next time. I would like to try these on a wrap or on a toasted hoagie roll. Thanks for posting the recipe.

TexasKelly December 22, 2010

I don't add the eggs to my sandwiches, but get rave reviews whenever I serve them. Use the freshest ingredients and a good quality bread and this will become your favorite sandwich

karenury December 08, 2010

Excellent sandwich! I made this as wraps instead of regular bread. The ways of making this up are endless. I added some pepper and I would likely leave out the blue cheese next time, but that's just my preference. I'd like to try this as a long sub sandwich cut up into individual servings. Thanks! :)

LilPinkieJ November 21, 2008