Chicken Caesar Sandwiches


   Sometimes I go through food phases. Right now I’m in a ‘sandwich phase’. Since it’s 100 degrees or more where I live, sandwiches are the way to go. I still have been using my oven, but try not to as much during this crazy summer heat. So sandwiches and crock pot recipes are on the top of my list, fo sho.

   This Chicken Caesar Sandwich is very simple, and SOOO good. I recommend using fresh bread from a bakery, or grocery store. I think it makes all the difference. Also, if you’re not a fan of Caesar dressing, you could always replace it with Ranch dressing!

Chicken Caesar Sandwiches

Servings 4
Author Life in the Lofthouse


  • 3/4 – 1 pound thinly sliced deli Chicken breast
  • 4 Ciabatta rolls or Hoagie rolls
  • 1/2 cup prepared Caesar dressing
  • 4 slices Colby-Jack cheese
  • 8 slices Tomato
  • Fresh Romaine lettuce
  • Thinly sliced Red Onion


  • Slice each roll in half, lengthwise. Drizzle 1-2 Tablespoons of Caesar dressing on both inner sides of bread. Top bottom half of bread with desired amount of thinly sliced Chicken breast, one slice cheese, 2 slices tomato, lettuce and onion. Top sandwich with top half of bread. Serve with fruit or chips, and Enjoy!


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18 thoughts on “Chicken Caesar Sandwiches

  1. SO BEAUTIFUL!!!! I wanna eat the sandwich because those pictures are perfection!!!! This is Lindsey (your sis) :))

  2. So, I was just checking out this sandwich, thinking about how good it sounded, then I went to my blog and checked out my comments for the day and I saw that my aunt Marie asked if you had heard of my blog!! So, I had to come back and tell you that I just laughed out loud too! She is so funny! BTW – I just made your fajita wraps again last night for the 2nd time and we LOVE them!!

  3. Oh Holly! This looks so yummy. I’m not big on sandwiches, cause I don’t like the thick bread, but the fillings here look soo delicious. Your photos are awesome too. But then…so are you. =) Have a wonderful week Dear.

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