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Turkey Pickle Rollups

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Roll your favorite cold cut around a pickle for a delicious, healthy, high-protein, low-carb snack.

Try Boar’s Head All Natural Roasted Turkey Breast. (See Fav Food Finds >>)

Orna's Turkey Pickle Rollups

Add blueberries and tomatoes for a healthy and satisfying lunch.

Power Foods SymbolAll Weight Watchers Power Foods. (Except for the tiny bit of Fat Free Thousand Island Dressing, which I personally don’t count!)

Rolling the Turkey.crop

 

For a change, substitute Columbus Rotisserie Style Chicken Breast from Trader Joe’s.

Columbus Rotisserie Style Chicken Breast

And use Trader Joe’s Roasted Red Pepper or Eggplant Hummus instead of Thousand Island Dressing. Or Trader Joe’s new Cilantro Jalapeño Hummus for a bit of a kick.

Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Eggplant Hummus Cilantro Jalapeno Hummus

See Trader Joe’s Shopping List (with Weight Watchers Power Foods & PointsPlus values) >>

The sky is the limit!

Turkey Pickle Rollups

Orna
Servings 1

Ingredients
  

  • Boar's Head All Natural Roasted Turkey Breast 4 slices (medium thickness)
  • Kraft Fat Free Thousand Island Dressing (1 tablespoon = 1/2 PointsPlus)
  • French's Classic Yellow Mustard
  • 1 - 2 Kosher Dill Pickles our fav brand is Safeway

Instructions
 

  • Slice pickle lengthwise into quarters.
  • Lay the pickle at one end of the turkey slice. (Make sure the deli doesn't slice them too thin or they will fall apart.)
  • Spread the pickle with a strip of mustard and a strip of Fat Free Thousand Island dressing.
  • Roll up and enjoy!

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2 Responses

  1. Yum… tried this today. Who would have thought to put Thousand Island and Mustard together?!? It was a perfect simply filling snack! Thanks! 🙂

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