Turkey Club Roll-Ups

Turkey Club Roll-Ups

These easy turkey club roll-ups are perfect as an appetizer, lunch, or when it’s just too hot to cook dinner. They’re filled with thinly sliced turkey, romaine lettuce, chopped juicy tomatoes and a delicious spread – made of mayo, cream cheese and crumbled bacon. They go quick, so make sure you grab your share, enjoy!



4 oz. Cream Cheese, softened

½ cup Mayonnaise

2 tbsp. Chopped Parsley

4 Bacon Slices, cooked until crispy, crumbled

6 (8 inch) Flour Tortillas

½ to ¾ lb. Thinly Sliced Roasted Turkey

6 oz. Chopped Romaine Lettuce

1 Medium Tomato, seeded and diced


​You will also need toothpicks.



In a medium bowl, stir the cream cheese and mayonnaise until smooth. Add in the chopped parsley, and crumbled bacon. Stir well until the ingredients are combined. Refrigerate if not using the spread right away.


Note: If the tortillas are refrigerated, allow them to come to room temperature prior to using. They will be more malleable and easier to roll.


Make the turkey club roll-ups

Spread about 2 tbsp. of the mayonnaise mixture on each tortilla. Cover the tortilla almost to the edges but leave a little room so the delicious spread doesn’t squeeze out when the tortillas are rolled. Top each tortilla with a few turkey slices, about 1 oz. lettuce and 1 tbsp. diced tomato.


Roll up each tortilla tightly and secure it with 5-6 toothpicks, evenly spaced. To get nice clean edges on all the rolls, slice off the loose ends. Then cut the turkey roll ups between the toothpicks making roughly 1 inch slices.


Arrange the turkey club roll-ups on a platter and serve immediately, or cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate until ready to serve.


Makes approximately 30-35 turkey club roll-ups


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