Tasty Low-Carb Turkey Club Wrap Recipe
If you’re looking for quick and delicious lunch options, this turkey club wrap is a great choice. Packed with protein, healthy fats, and fresh veggies, this wrap is a low-carb, gluten-free, and grain-free take on the classic club sandwich.
With nitrate-free deli turkey, sugar-free bacon, sliced avocado, and crisp romaine lettuce, this wrap is both satisfying and nutritious. And, if you’re following the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) diet, this recipe can easily fit if you use the right ingredients.
Light and Crispy Turkey Club Wrap
As someone who has struggled with a variety of health issues over the past year, I know firsthand how challenging it can be to navigate the world of food restrictions. But, once you discover tasty recipes like this turkey club wrap, it’s a game-changer.
This recipe checks a lot of boxes, and is a delicious choice even if you’re not dealing with food restrictions. It’s a perfect light and refreshing lunch now that spring is here. Once the weather warms up, I’m all about salads and wraps like this for lunch!
Even after my brief stint on the AIP diet, I’ve eaten this wrap while back living a low-carb lifestyle, and even when I’m not watching foods so closely. I like light lunches that don’t send me into a food coma after eating, so this wrap is a great choice across the board!
If you don’t need to restrict ingredients, give this delicious ham and turkey sub a try. It has glorious squishy bread and melty cheese on it. Hey, sometimes you just need to enjoy the bread if you can!
Why You’ll Love this Turkey Club Wrap
- Quick and easy: Just pile on your choice of ingredients and wrap it up!
- Nutritious: Packed with healthy fats, protein, and fresh veggies, it’s both satisfying and nutritious.
- Low-carb, gluten-free, and grain-free: For those of us with dietary restrictions.
- Tweakable: Oh, that’s not a word. Fine, the turkey club wrap is adaptable to fit your tastes and needs.
- Great for meal prepping: Get all the ingredients ready during your meal prep, and then just quickly layer the wrap right before you eat it.
Turkey Club Wrap Ingredients
Here’s what you need to make this low-carb wrap recipe. The measurements are in the recipe card below.
- Romaine lettuce leaves
- Nitrate-free deli turkey meat slices
- Sugar-free cooked bacon strips
- Avocado, sliced
Turkey Wrap Directions
First, prepare the romaine lettuce by rinsing it thoroughly and patting it dry with paper towels.
To make the wraps more manageable, cut out the stem and slice the leaves in half lengthwise.
Arrange the lettuce pieces on a rectangular piece of parchment paper, overlapping them in a rectangular arrangement. To ensure that the wrap is balanced, alternate the top and bottom pieces of lettuce.
Layer 4 slices of nitrate-free deli turkey meat down the center of the wrap, lengthwise.
Next, add the cooked bacon strips, broken into small pieces, on top of the turkey slices.
Finally, add the sliced avocado on top of the bacon.
To wrap the ingredients into a tight and delicious wrap, start by folding the bottom edge of the parchment paper up over the filling. Then, fold in the sides, and roll the wrap away from you until all the parchment paper is used.
Once the wrap is rolled, use a sharp knife to slice it in half. To eat it, simply leave the parchment paper on and fold it down as you eat to keep the wrap contained.
- Veggie sticks: If you’re keeping it healthy, serve the wrap with some veggie sticks like carrot, cucumber, or celery.
- Sweet potato fries: My latest obsession, quickly bake up some sweet potato fries. Simply slice a sweet potato, toss the strips with avocado oil, salt, pepper, and garlic powder, and bake at 450 F for about 12 minutes.
- Chips: For an extra crunch, add a side of potato chips that fit within your eating plan. I found some sweet potato chips with clean ingredients that I love for a crunchy snack.
Ingredient Swaps and Variations
- Lettuce: Romaine lettuce is best because it’s easy to layer and wrap with its large leaves. Feel free to give another type of lettuce a try if you can get some large pieces of it.
- Meat: If you’re not a fan of turkey, you can try using any type of deli meat, like roast beef or chicken. Just make sure to choose nitrate-free and sugar-free if you are looking to avoid those ingredients. This is also a great way to use up leftovers. Throw some leftover turkey or rotisserie chicken on the wrap — yum!
- Veggies: If you don’t have avocado or simply want to pile on more veggies, give sliced cucumbers, shredded carrots, or sliced bell peppers a try.
- Mayo: If you’re not on an AIP diet, feel free to use any type of mayo you’d like. You can also add mustard or any other type of condiments you like.
- Spices: If you want more of a flavor kick, consider sprinkling on some herbs or spices, like garlic powder or onion powder.
- Wrap: If you don’t have parchment paper, using large lettuce leaves is usually enough to keep the wrap together. You can also use a low-carb tortilla if you don’t require it to be AIP compliant.
Kitchen Tools Needed
- Frying pan: Or a way to cook the bacon.
- Sharp knife: For slicing and chopping the lettuce, avocado, and any other veggies you choose to add.
- Cutting board
- Parchment paper
How to Store
You can store the turkey club wrap by wrapping it tightly in plastic wrap and storing it in the fridge for up to a day. However, it’s best to put the wrap together right before serving to prevent the lettuce wilting.
If you’re looking to meal prep the wraps, you can get all the ingredients ready together separately for quick wrapping right before you’re ready to eat. For example, cook all the bacon, clean all the lettuce, and slice the avocado. Then, just simply layer the ingredients when you’re ready for the wrap.
Recipe Notes and FAQ
- This recipe is best if eaten immediately after assembly to prevent the lettuce from becoming wilted.
- If you’re following the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) diet, make sure to use AIP compliant mayo and check that the turkey and bacon are nitrate-free.
- You can easily adapt this recipe to your tastes by adding other veggies or seasonings. Try adding sliced tomatoes or a sprinkle of garlic powder for a little extra flavor!
Can I make this recipe ahead of time and store it in the fridge?
While this recipe is best if eaten immediately, you can store it in the fridge for up to a day if necessary. Just be aware that the lettuce may become a little wilted if stored for too long.
Can I use regular bacon instead of sugar-free bacon?
You can certainly use regular bacon if you prefer, but just be aware that it may add some additional sugar to the recipe.
More Low-Carb Recipes
- Bacon and spinach hasselback chicken
- Marry me chicken (there’s a low-carb option)
- Low-carb deli meat snacks
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Tasty Low-Carb Turkey Club Wrap Recipe
- 4 romaine lettuce leaves
- 4 slices of nitrate-free deli turkey meat
- 3 strips of sugar-free cooked bacon
- ½ of an avocado, sliced
- Start by cleaning the romaine lettuce leaves and patting them dry with paper towels.
- Use a sharp knife to remove the stems and slice each leaf in half lengthwise.
- Place the lettuce pieces on a rectangular piece of parchment paper, overlapping them in a rectangular arrangement to keep the wrap balanced.
- Take 4 slices of nitrate-free deli turkey meat and layer them lengthwise down the center of the wrap.
- Add 3 strips of sugar-free cooked bacon and some sliced avocado to the wrap.
- Carefully fold the parchment paper around the wrap and continue to roll until all of the parchment paper is used.
- Finally, use a sharp knife to slice the wrap in half and serve. Keep the parchment paper on while enjoying the wrap to prevent it from falling apart. Simply fold down the paper as you eat.
- For the best taste and texture, it's recommended to eat this turkey club wrap immediately after assembly.
- If you follow an AIP diet, you can use compliant mayo to add some extra flavor to the wrap. Simply spread a small amount on the lettuce leaves before adding the turkey meat and avocado.