Bacon Turkey Phillie Wrap

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Back in my pre-Atkins days, this was enjoyed on slices of crusty bakery French bread.  But I find it’s just as good eaten rolled up in the lettuce now.  I do this wrap “sandwich” also using my homemade mayonnaise with some of my shawarma seasoning in it: rather than the cream cheese and I like that just as well, maybe even better!  This sammie is good either way in my opinion.  This is Induction friendly, so you can enjoy it often.


1 leaf of romaine lettuce

This is what I use

2 oz. cooked turkey breast

2 slices cooked bacon

1 T. cream cheese with chive & onion or homemade Shawarma Mayo

3 thin slices tomato, seeded

DIRECTIONS:   Cook the bacon and drain.  Lay the turkey on one  side of the lettuce leaf.  Add the bacon and smear the cream cheese (or mayo) on top while the bacon is still hot to facilitate the cream cheese melting a bit.  Lay the tomato slices on next, fold the other side of the lettuce over to form a wrapper and ENJOY!

NUTRITIONAL INFO:   Makes 1 serving which contains:

241 calories

14.5 g  fat

2.8 g  carbs, .8 g fiber, 2.0 NET CARBS

23.6 g  protein

485 mg sodium

38% RDA niacin, 24% B6, 49% selenium, 23% zinc, 360 mg potassium


2 thoughts on “Bacon Turkey Phillie Wrap

  1. Sounds good. I’ll probably make it. You mention your shawarma seasoning. Is your recipe for this posted somewhere. I followed the link to the homemade mayo but no recipe for this seasoning. I like different spice blends and make a lot of my own so I would like to add this to my collection.

    1. Don, down at the bottom of my CATEGORIES list you’ll see SPICE BLENDS. You’ll find my all-time favorite blends posted there. The Shawarma, Seafood and Garam Masala blends top my fav list! Couldn’t live without them. 🙂

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