10 Old-Fashion Sandwich for Weight Loss

Sloppy Joe

The iconic sloppy Joe is as fun to eat as it is to say. In this recipe, ground turkey is substituted for beef, cutting the fat and calories

Tuna Melt

This recipe substitutes flavor-packed pesto, lemon juice, olives, and onions, so you won't miss the mayo. Fresh mozzarell


The New Orlean's classic is often packed with three to four different fatty meats and multiple cheeses, plus an olive oil-drenched olive salad

cheese sandwiches

The old-school classic sandwich begins with the creamy Southern spread of shredded cheddar cheese, bright red pimentos

Club sandwich

This one features all the good stuff—​​ham, turkey, bacon, and mayo—but clocks in at only 350 calories.


The satisfying crunch of cornmeal-crusted fried shrimp by using the oven to crisp it up without adding too much fat

French dip

There is something so luxurious and yet approachable about dipping a warm roasted beef sandwich in salty au jus

Lobster roll

Summer rolls around, a trip to the shore wouldn't be complete without a packed lobster roll. Whether you use butter


Crisp bacon, shredded lettuce, in-season tomatoes, and a super-light schmear of mayo are all you need for the perfect BLT


Traditionally the roast pork is mojo-style or marinated in citrus juices, garlic, oregano, and cumin. To make this sandwich healthier