No Bread Turkey Club #lowcarb #lunch

No Bread Turkey Club #lowcarb #lunch

Sadly, when I get them my lunchbox to work, I wind up to be somewhat languid and sleepy for the duration of the evening. This no bread turkey club transforms the romaine lettuce into a wrap so you get all the delightful pieces of a turkey club without the additional carbs.

My preferred piece of this sandwich is pass on the mash of the bacon. I get a uniform fresh on my bacon by cooking it in the stove at 400 F on a preparing sheet fixed with material for around 20 minutes, yet watch out for it since it can consume rapidly. On the off chance that you've never cooked your bacon in the stove I profoundly recommend this technique. Bacon in the stove is likewise ideal for feast prep since I can cook around 10 strips without a moment's delay and spare them for consistently.

Also try our recipe Spinach Salad with Bacon and Eggs

No Bread Turkey Club #lowcarb #lunch #keto #breakfast #mealprep

No brad turkey club sandwich wrapped in romaine lettuce. A low carb, paleo and keto friendly lunch option. Perfect for lunch meal prep. Low carb, high fat lunch that you can make ahead.

INGREDIENTS:
  • 8 large leaves romaine lettuce
  • 4 slices turkey breast
  • 3 slices cooked bacon
  • 1/4 avocado thinly sliced
  • 1 small tomato thinly sliced
  • Sauce of choice

INSTRUCTIONS:
  1. Lay a large piece of parchment paper on a cutting board - this step is essential for rolling up your no bread sandwich
  2. Wash and dry romaine lettuce and lay flat on the parchment. I removed the tough ends of the lettuce to ensure easy rolling. You want about a 6" by 10" rectangle of lettuce
  3. Layer turkey on the lettuce, then the strips of bacon, then the avocado and lastly the tomato slices
  4. Now get rolling! Use the parchment to help and roll the ingredients into a wrap, folding the sides in as you roll.
  5. Slice the wrap through the parchment paper in half. Best if enjoyed immediately! I like to have my mustard on the side to keep the wrap from getting too soggy.

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