Grilled Turkey and Brie Sandwich with Wild Blueberry Mustard

Grilled Turkey and Brie Sandwich with Wild Blueberry Mustard |

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“By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Wild Blueberries and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.” UPDATE: this recipe was chosen as a ‘runner up’ in the Wild Blueberries recipe contest-so obviously it’s delicious! 

Need a delicious way to use up that leftover Thanksgiving turkey? Look no farther than this grilled turkey and brie sandwich made with the most flavor packed wild blueberry mustard.

Blueberries + brie is one of the greatest food combos. Take that combo up a notch with frozen wild blueberries. They’re jam packed with nutrients and antioxidants, and even have a more intense blueberry flavor than regular blueberries… which means that you don’t need to use as many wild frozen blueberries as the traditional ones.

Here are a few other health facts about these frozen Wild Blueberries:

-They’ve got a more intense blueberry flavor (yaaassss!)

-They’ve got about 2x the antioxidants as regular ‘ole blueberries!

-They’ve got a bit less sugar than regular blueberries naturally do. Compound that on not needing as many, and you’ve got quite the combo!


Seriously, they’ll change your life. Check out WildBlueberries for more info.

Grilled Turkey and Brie Sandwich with Wild Blueberry Mustard |
Grilled Turkey and Brie Sandwich with Wild Blueberry Mustard
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
15 mins
Total Time
25 mins

Give your Thanksgiving leftovers a delicious flavor-packed punch with this easy wild blueberry mustard. Just frozen wild blueberries, whole grain mustard, and chia seeds to thicken it up. 

Course: Lunch, Main Course
Cuisine: American
Servings: 4 sandwiches
  • 1 cup frozen Wild Blueberries thawed
  • 1/4 cup whole grain dijon mustard
  • 1 1/2 tsp chia seeds
  • 4 slices brie sliced thin
  • 8 oz turkey breast sliced
  • 4 each whole grain ciabatta rolls
  • large handful arugula
  1. Combine frozen wild blueberries, dijon mustard, and chia seeds. Set aside to thicken

  2. Add 1 slice brie, 2 oz turkey to each ciabatta roll. Grill sandwiches until cheese is melted.

  3. Top grilled sandwiches with wild blueberry mustard and arugula


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The good thing about this sauce is that I can’t stop thinking of delicious eats to add this to.

-Whole grain crackers + brie

-Grilled chicken

-Pot Roast

-Your finger.

you name it, this goes on it!

What would you add this mustard to?



  1. Leave a Reply

    November 13, 2016

    THIS! Yes! I had turkey today and was thinking about a wild blueberry topping. I’m trying this!

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      November 21, 2016

      Thanks Mona! That dressing goes well on just about anything!

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      November 21, 2016

      Thanks Kaleigh! You can even use the wild blueberry mustard on anything else. I’m thinking it’d be super delicious on salmon

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    Brittany Poulson
    December 20, 2016

    Okay, I’m making this sauce and putting it over chicken for dinner tonight. It looks SO good! Congrats on winning runner-up in the contest. You deserve it!

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