Apple Cream Dream Sandwich

  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Total Time: 5 mins
  • Servings: 1
  • About This Recipe

    “This is my re-creation of a sandwich I used to order often for lunch at a great restaurant in NY State. It may sound like a bizarre combination of ingredients, but it tastes very good and is a nice light luncheon choice.I also like this with cinnamon raisin bread.”


  • 2slices pumpernickel bread (or any bread you prefer) or 2slicescinnamon raisin bread( or any bread you prefer)
  • 1 -2tablespoon cream cheese (to taste) or 1 -2tablespoonneufchatel cheese, softened( to taste)
  • 2 -3slicesapples, unpeeled( red delicious preferred)
  • raisins, to taste
  • chopped pecans, to taste
  • 1 -2teaspooncelery, minced( to taste)
  • 1tablespoonshredded cheddar cheese, to taste( or a slice of cheese)
  • Directions

  • Toast bread lightly first (if desired, I usually do not); Spread bread slices with cream cheese.
  • Place apple slices on top of the cream cheese on one of the toast slices.
  • Sprinkle raisins, pecans, celery, and cheese to taste on the other piece of toast, pressing a little so these items stick to the cream cheese a bit.
  • Put sandwich together, securing with a toothpick.
  • Reviews

  • “It was yummy but you might want to specify between green and red apples, I used green and it was a little too much of a taste clash for me, so I assumed you meant red. I liked the sandwich, but liked it even more because it became the basis for a recipe of my own. Thanks, and mmmm”

  • “This sandwich made a lovely lunch. I didn’t have any cream cheese so I used soft goat cheese instead.”

  • “This was really yummy! I used homemade whole wheat bread, 2 tbsp of cream cheese, 1/4 apple, a couple of raisins and a slice ofcheese instead. Thanks for a great pick-me-up! ;)”

  • “I really enjoyed this sandwich.It was tasty and healthy.Thanks for a great one that I am sure I will make often.”

  • “This was a nice lunch.I liked the creaminess of the cream cheese on a sandwich.This would be easy to vary to your tastes.”