Cranberry Turkey Roll Ups
These cranberry turkey roll ups are such an easy and delicious recipe featuring some of the best flavors of fall. Turkey and cranberries are usually just thought of as “Thanksgiving” foods, but they honestly should be enjoyed all year round. Whether you’re using this recipe as a way to eat up your Thanksgiving leftovers or just want macro friendly meal prep ideas, you are sure to love this flavorful and easy finger food.
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This recipe is a great way to use up your Thanksgiving leftovers. Have leftover turkey? Use that here instead of the deli meat. Have some cranberry salsa that needs to be eaten up? That’s a delicious replacement for the cream cheese and dried cranberries. Or if you you don’t have any of that, follow the recipe as is and use our easy “on hands.”
Cranberry Turkey Roll Ups Recipe Tips:
+ Make sure to soften your cream cheese to room temperature or it will be impossible to spread over the tortilla, and may even rip it.
+ If you want to use this as a meal prep recipe, we recommend assembling your tortilla either right before or the night before you’re going to eat them. What we do is mix together the cream cheese mixture and store that in an airtight container. Then just assemble the remaining ingredients when you’re ready to enjoy!
+ If you want this to be a macro friendly meal prep recipe, we recommend using a low carb tortilla option. We love the Mission Carb Balance tortillas because they’re low calorie (70 calories per tortilla) and high in fiber (15 grams).
- In a medium bowl, mix together the cream cheese, green onion, cranberries, and black pepper until well combined.
- Spread some of the cream cheese mixture onto a tortilla, spreading evenly over the entire tortilla. Lay a slice of the turkey or some shredded turkey on top of the cream cheese mixture.
- Gently roll the tortilla over the turkey and cream cheese, rolling up until fully closed. The cream cheese should help the tortilla stick to itself.
- Use a serrated knife to cut the tortilla log into several 1-2 inch sections. Enjoy immediately or store in the fridge for up to 24 hours.