Gluten Free Veggie Turkey Rollups

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Prep Time
5 mins
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0 mins
Total Time
5 mins
Lunch just got a whole lot easier with these Gluten Free Veggie Turkey Rollups! This high protein, bread-free recipe is under 200 calories and only uses 5 ingredients!
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Veggie Turkey Rollups on a wooden board

Gluten Free Veggie Turkey Rollups

So… true confessions?

I’m kinda a creature of habit. I like my routine and that’s what I like. Recently I took one of those DISC assessment tests, I tested as a D and C. As I read the definition of what these people “do,” one of the things it said was, they rarely like change or have a hard time adjusting to it. TRUTH!

Collage of natural deli turkey breast and veggie turkey roll-ups on a wooden board

It’s funny that I ended up being a food blogger which is a profession that forces me to make new things multiple times a week. Change is mandatory or I won’t have anything to post.

The one thing that remains the same is lunch. I always buy lunch meat. One because it’s a great source of quick protein and two because my little man LOVES it! In fact, the highlight of our grocery store trip is going to the lunch meat area! He adores getting the samples and is always working those deli ladies with his smile to get an extra slice of cheese or chicken. (I know .. I know… I’m in trouble when he gets older)

Veggie Turkey Rollups stacked on a wooden board

Even though he loves his lunch meat, I’m constantly trying to find creative ways to get him to eat veggies. This kid does NOT eat them plain, he use to devour them when he was little … but apparently that has changed. Now, they need to be hidden in something, like Cauliflower Crust Pizza, or roasted in the oven with honey or balsamic in order for him to eat them.

The other day I had this genius idea. Why not roll the veggies up in lunch meat and make it a fun rollup!

Typically when I make Casons lunch for school I don’t make a sandwich for him. It cuts down on the gluten he eats AND he ends up picking the meat off the bread anyways.

Process of making Veggie Turkey Rollups

Ok, I have another confession to make. I’m pretty picky about the lunch meat I buy. For the longest time lunch meat grossed me out because some of them had this “gel like” whatever it was on either side of the slice so I stayed away with fingers crossed.

However, after having Cason I started to slowly tip toe my way back into the lunch meat scene. I started with Boars Head and moved into Oscar Mayer. Did you know that Oscar Mayer now has a Selects Natural Brand?! YUP! It’s made with no artificial ingredients, and is minimally processed – so none of that nasty gel like stuff on your meat! (hands raised high with excitment on that one)

It has no artificial flavors, no artificial colors, no gluten and no by-products. Basically it’s the real deal. It’s a great way for your family to get the lunch meat you love in a fresh way with minimal processing and at a great price! Boo-yah!

Veggie Turkey Rollups on a wooden board with one being held up

These Veggie Turkey Rollups may be my best creation yet! Not only does my little guy love it but momma loves it too!

I’ve been trying to cut back on gluten in my own diet and this recipe is perfect! You get all the same great taste of a sandwich without the carbs. It’s high in protein to keep you full longer filled with veggies and a creamy hummus for the finishing touch! Basically it’s a win win!

Lunch just got easier and tastier for the whole fam! Bon Appetit my friends!

Veggie Turkey Rollups stacked on a wooden board

**This post was sponsored by Oscar Mayer in promotion of Selects Natural. All opinions and statements are 100% mine and truthful.  Thank you for supporting the brands that support Joyful Healthy Eats. **

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Gluten Free Veggie Turkey Rollups

  • Author: Krista
  • prep_time Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • cook_time Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • total_time Total Time: 5 minutes
  • yield Yield: 3 rollups 1x
  • category Category: Lunch
  • method Method: No Bake
  • cuisine Cuisine: American


Lunch just got a whole lot easier with these Gluten Free Veggie Turkey Rollups! This high protein, bread-free recipe is under 200 calories and only uses 5 ingredients!




  1. Pile two slices of turkey on top of each other. Spread part of the hummus in the center of the turkey. Add 2 matchsticks of red pepper, cucumber, and carrot.
  2. Roll turkey from one side to the other, being sure to tuck the veggies in the middle.
  3. Repeat process.


  • Serving Size: 1
  • Calories: 194
  • Sugar: 7 g
  • Sodium: 617 mg
  • Fat: 6 g
  • Carbohydrates: 16 g
  • Fiber: 5 g
  • Protein: 13 g
  • Cholesterol: 25 mg

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18 Responses
  1. L. Johnson

    I just made a platter of these for a healthy lunch potluck tomorrow. They are delicious! I hope they are a big hit tomorrow. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Taylor @ Food Faith Fitness

    I am SUCH a creature of habit too. I don’t remember the last time I didn’t have thing for breakfast and lunch.
    I love how simple, easy and protein packed these babies are! I need to find that lunch meat STAT. Pinned!

    1. Krista

      Thanks so much Taylor! Yeah for creatures of habit and yeah for the ones that dare to change that habit. 🙂 Enjoy girl and thanks for the pin!

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