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Chicken Salad Recipe On Sandwich Thins

Sandwich Thins®, Pocket Thins® and Bagel Thins ® were provided to me with coupons for free product and a gift card the purpose of this review. However, my own opinion was used and not influenced in any way.

Chicken Salad Recipe On Sandwich ThinsChicken Salad Recipe

Growing up tuna fish sandwiches were a staple in our lives, a well loved staple I might add. Until I married my husband I didn’t realize that what I had actually grown up with was tuna salad sandwiches, hearing those words growing up I always I visioned sliced tuna fish in bread with lettuce and tomato. Yuck is what I have to say to that. Little did I know right?

Not only did I not know I was eating tuna salad sandwiches I didn’t know about chicken salad sandwiches either until Grandpa Don passed away and the church hosted a luncheon for the family. What a surprise did I receive when I bit into what I thought was tuna fish, a tuna fish like I had never had before. One that didn’t taste like tuna at all, packed with celery and grapes. Perhaps. It the best timing but I leaned over to my mother in law and said what the heck am I eating! A new love was awakened that day for me.

Chicken salad sandwiches are delicious! How did I not know about these growing up? Of course it meant that I had to hurry home and make up my own chicken salad recipe of this new found sandwich minus the grapes, while I love grapes they just don’t do it for me in this sandwich. In the last year or so I have been an avid purchaser of bagel and sandwich thins. The bagel thins have the taste I crave often slathered with cream cheese but lighter on the calorie content and the sandwich thins offer variety to my meals. There is just something about using a sandwich thin in place of a bun that makes it a meal changer for me. That is just the case for my chicken salad sandwich and I must say cleaner to eat than the usual croissant because of less crumbs.

Chicken Salad Recipe on Sandwich Thins

Chicken Salad Sandwiches


  • 2 - 2 1/2 cups cooked diced chicken
  • 2 celery stalks with leaves finely diced
  • 1/4 cup purple onion
  • 1/4 cup mayonnaise
  • 1/4 cup miracle whip
  • 4 teaspoons Worcestershire
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 cup halved red grapes (optional)
  • salt and pepper


  1. Combine garlic powder, Worcestershire, miracle whip and mayonnaise in medium bowl and mix well.
  2. Add chicken, celery stalks, onion and grapes to the mayonnaise mixture. Coat chicken mixture well.
  3. Sprinkle chicken salad with salt and pepper to taste.
  4. Serve on your favorite sandwich thin from Oroweat.


If you prefer to use all miracle whip or all mayonnaise you can. We are a miracle whip family but I wanted the zing that mayonnaise gives the sandwich so I used both.

More Information About Sandwich Thins®, Pocket Thins® and Bagel Thins ®

From Press Release: Arnold®, Brownberry® and Oroweat® Products All Arnold®, Brownberry® and Oroweat® Sandwich Thins® Rolls are cholesterol-free foods, containing zero grams of Trans Fat and no high fructose corn syrup.  Arnold®, Brownberry® and Oroweat® Sandwich Thins® Rolls Weight Watchers®: 3 PointsPlus Value® Flavors: 100% Whole Wheat, Healthy Multi-grain, Honey Wheat, Flax & Fiber  Arnold®, Brownberry® and Oroweat® Pocket Thins® Flatbread Weight Watchers : 3 PointsPlus Value® Flavors: 100% Whole Wheat, Healthy Multi-grain Thomas’® Bagel Thins® Bagels All Bagel Thins® are 110 calories, cholesterol-free, low in fat and contain zero grams of Trans Fat Weight Watchers®: 3 PointsPlus Value® Flavors: Plain, 100% Whole Wheat, Cinnamon Raisin and Everything Recipe Ideas:

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Have you tried the Sandwich Thins®, Pocket Thins® and Bagel Thins ®?  What are your favorite toppings for any of the thins?  Does your family enjoy chicken salad?


  1. 72
    Thomas Murphy says:

    I would make a ham and cheese sandwich with the sandwich thins.

  2. 71
    Jasmine P says:

    I would make mini pizzas!

  3. 70
    Elisabeth says:

    I’m a big chicken salad sandwich fan, so I would make that!

  4. 69
    laurie says:

    I would make a ham and cheese sandwich

  5. 68
    Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I would make a tuna melt with the Sandwich thins!

  6. 67

    I pinned the Chocolate Peanut Butter Drizzle Cookies to Board –

  7. 66
    Darlene Carbajal says:

    I would just make a regular tuna sandwich with the thins. 🙂

    • 66.1
      Brandy says:

      My boys don’t eat tuna fish so we don’t have it often. Sometimes I just want some tuna fish!

  8. 65

    I think I’d make a tomato, mozzarella and basil sandwich on the whole wheat sandwich thins! Yum!

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  9. 64
    Linda Kish says:

    I would have tuna sandwich.

  10. 63
    Nannypanpan says:

    I’d make a turkey and cheese sandwich on a bagel thin

  11. 62
    Samantha Daleo says:

    I would use them for my “famous” egg salad.

  12. 61
    Elle says:

    I’d make a turkey sandwich on the everything bagel thins.

  13. 60
    Julie Lynn Bickham says:

    I would make a breakfast sandwich with the bagel thins. I would do egg whites, sharp white cheddar and turkey bacon.

    • 60.1
      Brandy says:

      Sounds delicious! We have had a lot of company lately which means we have had a ton of breakfast sandwiches recently. Yum!

  14. 59
    courtney hennagir says:

    I would love to put cream cheese,lox,and capers on a bagel thin! Yum!

  15. 58
    Denise L says:

    I think I’d do a grilled ham and swiss with red onions on this bread.

    • 58.1
      Brandy says:

      I love the idea of red onion added to a comfort sandwich. Thanks for the idea!

  16. 57
    Candice says:

    I would make a veggie sandwich on the whole wheat sandwich thins.

  17. 56

    I would make a Pineapple Sandwich. I know it may sound a little weird – but it really tastes good.

  18. 55
    Sheila K. says:

    I would make tuna salad with lettuce and tomato on whole wheat sandwich thins!

  19. 54
    Lisa Brown says:

    i would make a tuna salad sandwich on a cinnamon raisin bagel thin

  20. 53
    ellen beck says:

    I would make a cream cheese and tomatoe sandwich with the bagel thins!

  21. 52
    Pu Ye says:

    I would make a tuna sandwich

  22. 51
    Meghan says:

    I’d totally make tuna or pb&j!

  23. 50
    Maryann D. says:

    For my pocket thins, I would put some Kale, white tuna, mayo and tomato, for a nice lunch.

  24. 49
    Brynn says:

    I would make some healthier tuna sandwhiches for my kids and me 🙂

  25. 48
    Barbara Montag says:

    I’d make a grilled ham & cheese with the Sandwich Thins – thank you.

  26. 47
    steven weber says:

    I’d make a breakfast sandwich- egg, cheese and bacon.

  27. 46
    Debbie Welchert says:

    I would make a ham and cheese sandwich.

  28. 45
    Jessica Menster says:

    My kids love deli sandwiches and this would be a bit of a healthier choice for them instead of bread.

  29. 44
    Keely Hostetter says:

    Egg salad sandwich or chicken salad

  30. 43
    Christina Easter says:

    I would make tuna salad sandwiches for my husband and I, and I would make ham and cheese sandwiches for my daughter.

  31. 42
    Jackie says:

    I would make a tuna sandwich.
    Thank you!

  32. 41
    Karen Glatt says:

    I am going to make my delicious BLT sandwiches! We love them!

  33. 40
    Stephanie says:

    i want the Multi Grain Sandwich Thins

  34. 39
    Eloise Carlson says:

    Chicken Salad would be delicious on the Multi Grain Sandwich Thins! Thanks so much for hosting this giveaway!


  35. 38
    Jessie C. says:

    I would make tuna sandwich with honey wheat Sandwich Thins.

  36. 37
    Tara says:

    Bagel Thins, turkey, cheddar cheese, and mayo sandwich!

  37. 36
    Melissa M says:

    Mini Pizzas

  38. 35
    shelly peterson says:

    I would use honey wheat sandwich thins to make a turkey, bacon and avocado sandwich.

  39. 34
    Birdiebee says:

    I would make pepperoni pizza sandwiches.

  40. 33
    Birdiebee says:

    With the sandwich thins, I would make my corned beef, velveeta cheese, green onion and pickle sandwich.

  41. 32
    Rosie says:

    I would use them to make a homemade egg mcmuffin!!! and thin french toast!

  42. 31
    Dawn says:

    I love chicken salad. This would make a great lunch for me and my daughter.

  43. 30

    This looks like a great lunch idea for my hubby to bring to work!

  44. 29
    Linda Stewart says:

    We like pocket thins with deli sliced turkey, provolone cheese, shredded lettuce, and creamy Italian dressing.

  45. 28
    rachel says:

    I’d make a peanut butter and banana sandwich.

  46. 27
    Katy Rawson says:

    I love using sandwich thins for my lunches. They’re perfect. Your chicken salad recipe sounds delicious. I’ll pin it and make it soon!

  47. 26
    Liz Mays says:

    I’ve always preferred buns and things like this over bread for sandwiches. That looks terrific!

  48. 25

    We love sandwich thins in my house! They are the perfect amount of bread to keep a sandwich together!

  49. 24
    brett says:

    i boiled some chicken today to make chicken salad for lunches all week! SO GOOD

  50. 23

    I love those sandwich thins! We use them all the time for hamburgers! We actually really like the thinner bun!

    • 23.1
      Brandy says:

      That’s my favorite part about them Amber is how thin they are. I like a little bit of bun with my hamburger but I want the main focus to me the meat!

  51. 22
    Nancy Lustri says:

    The pocket thins sure sound good. I would have to try a chicken salad in a pocket thin. Yummy! 🙂

  52. 21
    Seyma Shabbir says:

    I would love to make a corned beef sandwich!

  53. 20
    Marina says:

    We love our Sandwich Thins, chicken salad and lettuce sandwiches with apple wedges between. Mmmm.

    • 20.1
      Brandy says:

      Apples sound like a great addition Marina, they would add a little bit of sweet crunch!

  54. 19
    Linette says:

    Your chicken salad recipe sounds delicious! Yum!

  55. 18
    Pam says:

    I have not tried these but I know my son would enjoy them. This is his perfect lunch food! I would eat all the chicken salad. 🙂

  56. 17

    My son only eats the sandwich thins! I can not get him to eat anything else!

  57. 16
    Nicole B says:

    I love chicken salad! We would eat our thins with that or even just with cheese slices and deli meat.

    • 16.1
      Brandy says:

      I love that they are so versatile Nicole. Really anything is delicious on them!

  58. 15
    Tess says:

    I didnt know about the sandwich thins. I am going to get these!

    • 15.1
      Brandy says:

      I love how versatile they are. They make great sandwiches or even pizzas.

  59. 14
    Shauna says:

    I love those sandwich thins. I use them for everything… even my kids love them.

  60. 13
    melissa says:

    Your sandwich looks delicious. We love Sandwich Thins.

  61. 12

    I am a huge fan of sandwich thins. I like to make egg sandwiches on them and freeze for a quick breakfast

    • 12.1
      Brandy says:

      I have made egg sandwiches on them but have yet to freeze them. I see a future experiment in my future over the biscuit.

  62. 11

    What a great recipe. Sounds nice and light for spring!!!

  63. 10

    Great recipe.. thanks for sharing Love Chicken Salad… and the Sandwich Thins are my favorite, best thing ever since sliced bread 🙂

    • 10.1
      Brandy says:

      I love how versatile they are Melanie. Anything tastes better on a sandwich thin!

  64. 9

    I have tried sandwich thins. They are a great way to make a lighter lunch.

    • 9.1
      Brandy says:

      I love how they cut out so much of the breading on things that usually require buns.

  65. 8
    Jenn says:

    I buy those sandwich thins every once in a while, we don’t eat much bread and these tend to last longer in the fridge. I like their whole wheat option, they taste really good!

    • 8.1
      Brandy says:

      They usually disappear in our house so quick but it’s good to know they last longer.

  66. 7

    This looks so good, I always just use bread – I need to start thinking past the bread! I love chicken salad!

    • 7.1
      Brandy says:

      It took me awhile to venture past the norm. The norm is comfortable but I love the sandwich thins now!

  67. 6
    latanya says:

    a tuna sandwich

  68. 5

    Love this bread, we just had it the other night and used them as hamburger buns!

    • 5.1
      Brandy says:

      That’s the perfect use for them. I like how the meat becomes the main focus rather than the bun in a hamburger.

  69. 4
    Dawn Lopez says:

    Ooh this looks delicious! I just love the addition of grapes to the sandwich. Delicious idea! My hubby just picked up ingredients for chicken salad. Looks like I need to send him back to get a few more tasty ingredients!

  70. 3
    Sandra VanHoey says:

    I’d make some pizza’s

  71. 2
    Tamra H says:

    I’d like to make a BLT with some Sandwich Thins!

  72. 1
    Angela S says:

    That looks delish! I haven’t made chicken salad in a while.