How Many Calories in a Turkey Club Sandwich on Wheat?

A turkey club is typically made with three slices of bread spread with mayonnaise and layered with turkey, bacon, lettuce and tomato. The calories will vary depending on the ingredients used and how much of each ingredient your turkey club contains. Using reduced-calorie mayonnaise or less mayonnaise, turkey and bacon can help you lower the number of calories in this sandwich.

A turkey club sandwich on a plate. (Image: Mike Flippo/Hemera/Getty Images)

Calorie Comparisons

Restaurant turkey club sandwiches range from about 420 to 828 calories. If you make your own sandwich, it is easier to control the calories. Each slice of whole-wheat bread contains 81 calories, 3 ounces of roast turkey breast contains 125 calories and each lettuce leaf contains 1 calorie. A slice of bacon has 56 calories, a slice of tomato has 4 calories and a tablespoon of mayonnaise has 95 calories. A sandwich with three slices of whole-wheat bread, 3 ounces of turkey, two lettuce leaves, two slices of bacon, two slices of tomato and a tablespoon of mayonnaise has 585 calories. Replace the mayonnaise with 1 teaspoon of mustard, cut the amount of turkey in half and use only two slices of each bread and bacon for a sandwich with 346 calories.

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