Fresh veggies layered in a sandwich with herbaceous green Goddess dip make this Green Goddess Sandwich a winner for Summer!
Green Goddess dip, cucumber, avocado, onion, and sprouts come together in this Green Goddess Sandwich to make one easy healthy meal. Make it ahead of time and pack it for lunch or have it with a salad for dinner.
How to Make a Green Goddess Sandwich
First, make the Green Goddess Dip by mixing vegan mayo, vegan sour cream, fresh parsley, tarragon, chives, basil, lemon juice, garlic, mustard, and salt and pepper in a food processor until creamy.
Layer the dip on your favorite bread with sliced cucumber, onion, avocado, and sprouts.Fresh veggies layered in a sandwich with herbaceous green Goddess dip make this Green Goddess Sandwich a winner for Summer! Click To Tweet
Other Vegan Sandwiches
- Vegan Veggie Wrap
- Veggie Sandwich with Basil Pesto Hummus
- Tofu Salad Sandwich
- Roasted Cauliflower Sandwich
Green Goddess Sandwich Recipe
This veggie sandwich is sure to become a favorite! The Green Goddess Dip alone is addictive.
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For this sandwich I used Follow Your Heart Oat bread, which is vegan and gluten free. I would link to it, but Amazon doesn’t carry it at the time of writing this.
Here’s another bread I love that’s vegan and gluten free. It’s a millet chia bread which is soft and squishy like white bread.
Green Goddess Sandwich
- Toast bread if desired. Spread Green Goddess Dip on both slices of bread.
- Place avocado on bread, mashing it into sandwich if desired. This helps the sandwich to stay together better. Sprinkle salt on top of avocado.
- Layer cucumber, onion, and sprouts on top. Place other slice on top.
- Serve with extra Green Goddess Dip, if desired.
*Note: Nutrition information should be considered an estimate only. Different nutrition calculators give you different results.