Turkey Roll-ups

- POSTED ON: Apr 03, 2011

Makes 1 servings


3 large  leaves of lettuce (Bibb, Boston, Iceburg, Romaine etc.)
3 slices smoked Turkey Breast (Oscar Mayer 3 slices = 60 calories)
1 TB light Mayonnaise
1 TB prepared mustard


Spread lettuce leaves with mayo and mustard
Top with 1 slice of turkey lunchmeat
Roll up together and pierce with toothpick to hold together.
Repeat with the other two lettuce leaves and turkey slices.

1 serving is:

Calories: 115
Carbs: 4.8 grams
Protein 10.8 grams 


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On Apr 03, 2011 Karen925 wrote:
Been a long time since I made one of these. I hope to try them this week.

On Apr 03, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Karen, I was surprised to learn that I don't really miss the bread when I still get the mustard and mayo taste.

On Apr 19, 2011 Karen925 wrote:
I had this today. I did not want a salad, more of a sandwich, and this fit the bill for me. I used 1/2 oz of cheddar cheese, which the children were also using to make quesidillas. I enjoyed my meal and they enjoyed theirs. I have spread the meat with the laughing cow cheese wedge, which I bought for another recipe, which was also tasty. It is like mix and matching a wardrobe.

On Apr 21, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Karen, it is amazing how satisfying this simple recipe can be.

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