Sun-dried tomatoes, hummus, provolone, and baby spinach wrapped in a lean slice of turkey breast makes for a delicious and filling low carb lunch or snack. 201 calories and 5 weight watchers points plus per serving.
I get emails a lot for more low carb roll up recipes or “non recipes” as I like to call them. This surprised me at first because I’ve been eating simple deli roll-ups forever and never thought to share the “recipe” until last year when I shared my Turkey, Avocado, and Hummus Wrap. Whoa! That has become one of my most pinned recipes. Obviously you love low carb roll-up recipes as much as me. I knew we were friends for a reason.
But seriously, what’s not to love? They’re easy to make, delicious, and low carb. You get all the deliciousness from a sandwich without the bloat and carb coma from the bread. Your welcome 🙂
This new “no bread” roll-up recipe was inspired by a stroll down the Italian foods aisle at the grocery store. Because many of you want more of these recipes I went on the hunt for some roll-up inspiration. Enter sun-dried tomatoes. Why didn’t I think to use sun-dried tomatoes before?
Every single time I bite into a sun-dried tomato I think to myself “why don’t I eat more of these”. Oh mama! They are so delicious and add great flavor to sandwiches, salads, and pasta recipes. I prefer the sun-dried tomatoes packed in olive oil. I know they add more fat but a little bit goes a long way so I don’t think its a biggie.
Lets go over this new Turkey & Sun-dried Tomato “no bread” roll-up recipe because I know you will want to make this asap.
I started with 1 slice of smoked turkey breast from the deli. I purchase Wegmans organic brand. It’s important for the slice to be a little on the thicker side. Not to thick cause that’s kinda gross but thick enough to hold all the ingredients without falling apart. I also used 1 slice of provolone cheese. Keep in mind that 100 of the calories, and a lot of the fat, comes from the cheese. If you want to reduce the fat either use half the cheese or leave the cheese out all together. I like cheese so I keep it in.
Then I spread 1 tablespoon garlic flavored hummus around the middle. You could use whatever flavor you like. Hummus adds flavor and protein. It also serves as a binder or glue of sorts.
Next are the sun-dried tomato flavor bombs. I used 2 tomatoes. Chopping them up would distribute them better in the roll-up but if you’re lazy like me then just throw them in whole. It’s your roll-up do what you want.
On top of the tomatoes I placed a few baby spinach leaves. I say add spinach or kale when you can. It makes you instantly healthier. Just sayin you know you feel good when you can add in greens. I know I do.
At this point you can just eat it. However, if you like to see how pretty your food is on the inside then slice the turkey roll in half. Isn’t that puuurrrty?
There you have it. Turkey and Sun-dried tomato roll-ups. A delicious new low carb lunch or snack recipe. These roll-ups will keep for a couple days so you can easily make them ahead of time.
My other low carb roll-up recipes include:
Turkey and Sun-dried Tomato "no bread" Roll-ups
- 1 slice smoked deli turkey breast
- 1 slice provolone cheese
- 1 tablespoon garlic flavored hummus
- 2 pieces sun-dried tomatoes in olive oil
- a few pieces baby spinach
- Lay sliced turkey breast out flat. Place the provolone over top. Next add the hummus, sun-dried tomatoes, and spinach. Roll up the turkey breast and enjoy
These can be made 1-2 days ahead of time.