This Turkey Carrot Sheet Wrap is perfect for those following a gluten free way of eating, or those of us who are simply looking for creative ways in increase our veggie intake using vegetable sheets!
Here I go again with my veggie sheet cutter. After my last post on Breakfast Roll Ups using this new gadget, it is time to move to a lunch idea.
I am really liking this new Kitchen Aid attachment … for the most part.
My biggest complaint is that you do have to putz around to find/create perfectly sized produce in both width and length, but let me tell you, when you find a giant carrot that will be perfect for creating sheets, you grab that bad boy and then figure out a recipe later.
Seriously, these carrots where SO BIG… and we ended up with more than a few sheets!
Carrot sheets last 4-5 days and so they are perfect for prepping on Sunday and having available all week for lunch wraps!
I am pumped to try lots of different combination inside my carrot wraps, but here is what I started with!
This recipe is for one wrap and the ingredient amounts are pretty loosey goosey – but my goal was to simply show you an idea of what to do with carrot sheets! Get creative… and make sure to tag me on Instagram (www.instagram.com/mealplanaddict) so I can see!
- Carrot Sheet created using the Kitchen Aid Vegetable Sheet Cutter– 6 inches long. I use nante carrots (also known as Chinese jumbo carrots). A regular carrot is likely going to be too small for this.
- Greens such as spinach
- Red onion
- Cooked, leftover turkey breast (deli style will work great as well!)
- Lay out the carrot sheet
- Add a dollop of humus
- Pile on the greens, turkey, and onion.
- Roll the wrap and secure with a toothpick or skewer.
- Store assembled for 2-3 days, or store the sheets alone for up to 5 days in a sealed container in your fridge.
So, there you have it, no more saying veggies are boring!! Get wrapping and rolling with your carrot sheets!!!
Looking for more inspiration for what to do with your vegetable sheet cutter, you can follow my sheet cutter Pinterest board!