Arby’s Turkey Club Copycat Recipe


Do you love turkey club sandwiches stacked with delicious meat and topped with lettuce, tomato, bacon and Swiss? If your answer is yes, then we’d like to show you how to make the most delicious Arby’s turkey club sandwich at home. Follow along for our copycat recipe.

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Arby’s Turkey Club copycat. Photo by CookThink.

Arby’s Grand Turkey Club Sandwich

Though we usually think of Arby’s as the go to place for roast beef sandwiches, the fast-food restaurant chain has much more than that. The Arby’s Grand Turkey Club sandwich is stacked high with tasty roasted turkey and we’d love to show you how to make a homemade version.

The Taste:

Our homemade Arby’s Turkey Club copycat recipe has a robust flavor, that is a bit salty and a bit sweet. In our opinion the bacon is what makes the sandwich. It adds the dimension of deliciousness that keeps you coming back for more.

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Roasted Turkey, thinly sliced
Swiss Cheese
Pepper Bacon
Shredded Lettuce

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Arby’s Turkey Club copycat. Photo by CookThink.

Cook The Bacon

Before you get ready to assemble your delicious Arby’s Turkey Club sandwich, you’ll want to cook your bacon. My favorite way to cook bacon is to line a flat baking sheet with aluminum foil. Then, I spread out the slices of raw bacon and cook them in a 400F degree oven until the desired doneness is achieved.

I like my bacon perfectly golden and crisp. Some people prefer theirs a little more flabby and that’s fine.  The beauty of making it yourself is that you can custom cook it just how you like it. After your bacon has cooked, you can use some tongs to remove it from the baking sheet and set it on a plate that is lined with paper towels. This will allow some of the grease to be absorbed.

Can I Substitute Turkey Bacon?

Yes, you can substitute whatever kind of bacon you prefer. You can use plain bacon, without the pepper or turkey bacon or whatever your favorite brand or variety is. Just make sure you cook it before you begin assembling your sandwich. In our opinion, the bacon is what makes the flavor of the sandwich, so don’t leave it out. Arby’s Turkey Club sandwich wouldn’t be the same without it.

Toast The Buns

If you like a toasted bun, this is a great sandwich to do that with. A toasted bun gives a nice warmth as you sink your teeth into it. It also helps it to feel freshly made, rather than like it could have been sitting around for a little while waiting for someone to come by and consume it.

The other thing a toasted bun does is it provides another dimension of texture to the sandwich. Rather than sinking your teeth into something that’s solely soft, a toasted bun provides a bit of a crispy aspect that’s desirable.

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Arby’s Turkey Club copycat. Photo by CookThink.

Arby’s Turkey Club Sandwich Assembly, Do This

Before you begin assembling your sandwich, cook your bacon and toast your bun so that your Arby’s Turkey Club sandwich can be enjoyed warm and fresh.


6 thin slices Roasted Turkey
1 slice Swiss Cheese
3 strips Pepper Bacon
1 slice Tomato
¼ cup Shredded Iceberg Lettuce
2 tbsp Mayonnaise
1 Bun


1. Preheat oven to 400F degrees. Cook bacon to achieve desired doneness.

2. Toast sandwich bun in the toaster or in a grill pan, if desired.

3. Wash lettuce and prepare it, cutting it in fine shreds. Or use already prepared shredded lettuce.

4. Assemble the sandwich by applying mayonnaise to both the top and bottom bun pieces. Then add the lettuce, tomato, roasted turkey, bacon and Swiss cheese.

5. Serve warm and enjoy.

Nutrition Facts

The following nutrition facts are based on the recipe above which makes 1 sandwich. These nutrition facts are intended to be an estimate. The nutrition facts for your homemade Arby’s turkey club sandwich will vary based on the ingredients used as well as the brand of each ingredient.

Calories 916, Total Fat 46.5g, Saturated Fat 15.9g, Cholesterol 228mg, Sodium 4040mg, Total Carbohydrate 42.8g, Dietary Fiber 1.2g, Total Sugars 11.5g, Protein 78.1g, Vitamin D 12mcg, Calcium 287mg, Iron 2mg, Potassium 120mg.


In one homemade sandwich, we estimate that there are approximately 916 calories.

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Arby’s Turkey Club copycat. Photo by CookThink.


This recipe as prepared contains wheat, dairy and might contain MSG, depending on the brand of roasted turkey that’s used. If you have allergies to any of these ingredients, please substitute items according to your dietary needs.

Chef’s Notes

You can use whatever kind of bacon you choose. Just don’t leave out the bacon because it is what makes the sandwich.

For the roasted turkey, use your favorite brand or choose one that has honey added as a flavor enhancement.

Yum Yum Turkey Club! Now At Arby’s

You’re bound to love it if you love turkey and bacon. Make it at home to make it healthier and enjoy it for a fraction of the cost.

Review: Grand Turkey Club from Arby’s

There have been many reviews written about this delicious sandwich, but you’ll want to try it for yourself before coming to your own verdict. Don’t just take our word for it.

Weight Watcher’s Points

The Arby’s restaurant purchased turkey club sandwich contains 14 freestyle points, 14 smart points, and 13 points plus points.

Alternate Recipes

Following are some recipe variations for the Arby’s turkey club sandwich.

Arby’s Lite Menu Roast Turkey Deluxe

In the 1990’s Arby’s seized an opportunity to create a hand full of sandwiches that were low in fat. Among those was the roast turkey deluxe sandwich.  You can make this one at home using our recipe above. This is not a club sandwich and to make it low fat, you’ll want to leave off the bacon. Use a whole wheat bun, load it up with low fat roasted deli turkey, and all your favorite toppings.

Arby’s Deep Fried Turkey Club Hitting Arby’s [Review]

After the Arby’s turkey club sandwich became quite popular, Arby’s added another sandwich, being the Arby’s Deep Fried Turkey Club. The deep-fried turkey club is made with deep fried turkey, cheddar cheese, pepper bacon, lettuce tomato and mayonnaise.

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Arby’s Turkey Club copycat. Photo by CookThink.

Roast Turkey Ranch & Bacon Sandwich

Another variation you might enjoy on your turkey club sandwich is the roasted turkey ranch and bacon sandwich. Instead of using mayonnaise, change things up with some ranch, for more of a ranchy feeling.

Turkey Club Sandwiches With Herb Mayonnaise

And give a little bolder flavor by adding some fresh herbs to your mayonnaise. Try adding some minced rosemary leaves or minced garlic and chives. These flavors will do a great job of enhancing your delicious sandwich.

Turkey Club Wraps

If you’d prefer a lower carbohydrate version or just want to change things up, consider using a wrap instead of a bun for your sandwich. There are so many flavors for wraps.

Arby’s Adds New Market Fresh Cranberry Deep Fried Turkey Sandwich and Wrap

Add some cranberries or cranberry sauce to your deep fried or roasted turkey sandwich or wrap. It gives is a different spin on the ol’ turkey meal.

Arby’s Brought Deep-Fried Turkey Club Back To Its Menu For A Limited Time

Like restaurants do, Arby’s brings back their deep-fried turkey club from time to time, for a limited time. It seems that they typically make this sandwich available in the fall, near Thanksgiving. But you could also make this at home anytime.

Chopped Turkey Club Sandwich

Using chopped turkey for your club sandwich is another excellent recipe variation. With using chopped turkey, you can also use real roasted turkey, rather than thin sliced deli meat. Top it with your favorite sauce and club sandwich toppings.

Menu – Order Ahead Online

If you decide to go out to Arby’s to get your turkey club, instead of making a homemade version at home, you should know that you can order your meal ahead of time online if you prefer. It could save you time.

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