Eat In with Castle Wood Lunch Meat // $100 Giveaway

Life is crazy these days! The girls are all in three different schools, with three different sets of activities. The little guy and I are ALWAYS busy working on WhipperBerry at home. By the time Mike’s home from work dinner is the last thing I want to think about.  It’s always so tempting to just grab everyone and head off to one of our local restaurants, but that’s sooooo expensive. It’s fine a few times a month, but more than that the wallets really starts to feel the pinch. We MUST figure out how to make dinner fast and inexpensive at the same time… I was giving the opportunity to visit our local Sam’s Club this week to try out their Castle Wood deli section to create a sandwich for our family on the go.

Eat In with Castle Wood Lunchmeat

Yesterday was super busy.  I had a ton of work to do AND a whole bunch of Hales a.k.a. Lil’Whip friend’s were coming over after school. They all needed head shots for an audition next week for the school musical, and I offered to help them with that.

Needless to say, the schedule was tight, plus I had even more mouths to feed. I headed over to Sam’s Club and shopped for sandwich fixin’s for our crew. You can join me over at Google+ to follow along while I sign-up for a Sam’s Club membership and shop for our busy night.

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Gage and I found all kinds of goodies for our busy dinner in the Castle Wood section. We finally decided on a few Castle Wood products for our sandwiches…

Castle Wood Lunch Meat  Castle Wood Cheese from Sam's Club

Then we headed home to put together our yummy dinner. Now, you may think sandwiches are boring, but they don’t have to be. I kept our sandwich simple, but it is FULL of flavor. The key is working with good, flavor packed ingredients.

sandwich incrediants for Castle Wood lunchmeat sandwich

I selected to use The Castle Wood Four Pepper Oven Roasted Turkey Breast along with the Castle Wood Pepper Jack.  Then I paired those two stars with a fabulous supporting cast of tomatoes, cucumber and hummus… Yes, hummus!  It’s a full flavor, less fat option to mayonnaise or Miracle Whip.


2 slices of bread

1-2 T hummus

1-2 oz. Castle Wood Four Pepper Oven Roasted Turkey Breast

1-2 slices of Castle Wood Pepper Jack cheese

8-10 slices of cucumber

2-4 slices of tomato

Spread hummus on bread and then layer the turkey, cheese, cucumber and tomato.

Servings // 1

This sandwich is bursting with flavor and is perfect for those meals when you would like to save on time and money. With Castle Wood Lunch Meat Sam’s Club signature brand, you can create a fabulous sandwich for $1… Yep, that’s ONE DOLLAR!! You can’t get that at your local sandwich shop. This was perfect for our busy night of photos for all the high school kiddos. I made up a bunch of sandwiches, wrapped them in parchment paper to keep them fresh and served them with sweet potato chips and a couple of cookies and they were HAPPY and I was happy that I was able to feed the crowd without breaking the budget.

perfect lunch with Castle Wood Lunchmeat

The folks at Sam’s Club would love to help you Eat In a little more often with a $100 gift card.  Follow the directions in the Rafflecopter box below to enter!

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  1. says

    I always see those packages of meat when I’m in Sams Club. Last time I got some and then put them back. It’s just such a large package to buy when you don’t know if they are good or not. Thanks for trying them first! I always get that hummus – sometimes in the individual pack sizes. It’s so good!

  2. says

    You’ve made me so hungry with your pictures, lol. I love our Sams and drive over once a month to stock up, especially on my favorite French Vanilla Coffee Cream….Sams is the only one that carries it. However, I don’t think I’ve ever purchased lunch meat. Usually it’s boxed goods, etc. but I’ll definitely try this!

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