Put This Healthy Wrap On Your Lunch Menu

Turkey Lettuce Wrap

Drop the carbs by using lettuce as the wrap

If you’re currently utilising a lower carb diet plan, lettuce wraps are an excellent choice to include in your diet plan.

The great thing about wraps is they’ll allow you to fit in far more vegetables than you ever would a sandwich, greatly increasing your overall nutritional intake.

This wrap takes things even further because the wrap itself is a vegetable.

Delicious High Protein, Low Carb Wrap

This keeps the carb and calorie count down while ensuring that you get the necessary nutrients your body needs.

The pineapple in this recipe provides something sweet to combat cravings while also acting as a source of digestive enzymes as well.

Many people are currently not taking in enough natural digestive enzymes, most commonly found in fruit, on a daily basis, so this will help you get those needs met.

The turkey offers the lean source of protein to help repair and rebuild muscle mass tissues and fuel your active lifestyle, while the additional vegetables add antioxidants while keeping the calorie content lower.

Serve this recipe as a snack during the day or take it with you to work – whichever you prefer.

Turkey Lettuce Wrap Recipe

200-250g ground turkey breast meat
1 egg white
1 tbsp. freshly chopped fresh dill
¼ onion, finely diced
1 mushroom, finely diced

4 half-pineapple rings
¼ sliced cucumber
¼ sliced red pepper

Large lettuce leaves (or steamed collard greens if desired instead)

Combine together the ground turkey breast meat, egg white, freshly chopped dill, onion, and mushroom.  Form into a very thin flat patty.

Place the patty on the grill and cook for 2-3 minutes per side until slightly browned. Meanwhile, place the pineapple rings on the grill as well, cooking for about one minute per side.

Once the burgers are finished, place inside the lettuce wrap and then top with grilled pineapple, sliced cucumber, and sliced pepper.

Wrap up and serve immediately. Feel free to add any other vegetables as desired into the wrap.

Note that this recipe makes two servings.