BLT Roll Ups with Turkey and Avocado

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Easy BLT Roll Ups with Turkey and Avocado are delicious and perfect for school lunch.

These easy BLT Roll Ups with Turkey and Avocado are delicious and perfect for school lunch.

These pinwheels are delicious, filled with bacon, lettuce, tomato plus lean turkey and avocado all rolled in a tortilla. Of course, you can easily modify them to suit your children’s palate. Created in partnership with ALDI.

These easy BLT Roll Ups with Turkey and Avocado are delicious and perfect for school lunch.

These easy BLT Roll Ups with Turkey and Avocado are delicious and perfect for school lunch.

Back-to-school time is in the air! As the spontaneity of summer ends and school starts, get back into the routine of the new school year with healthy lunches the kids will love. I’ve partnered with ALDI to bring you high-quality food at affordable prices! I’m a busy Mom, so I love how ALDI saves me time and money, I can get everything I need for back to school from organic snacks and produce to high-quality lunchbox staples.

Madison loves fresh fruits and raw vegetables in her lunch box, the more colorful the better! Using bento style lunch boxes with several compartments, like this one from ALDI, she helps me decide what to pack in her lunch box. We usually include all her favorites – strawberries, blueberries, carrot sticks, cucumbers, olives, etc.

Pinwheel Tips and Variations

  • Don’t fill them with too much lettuce or they will be hard to roll up.
  • To prevent the avocados from browning it’s best to roll them the day of. To save time in the morning, cook the bacon the night before and have everything prepped and ready, with snacks packed.
  • If your kids don’t like avocado, leave it out. Same for any other ingredients.
  • You can swap turkey for chicken, swap pork bacon for turkey bacon.

Tips for Successful School Lunch

  • Make lunches at night instead of the morning. If they can’t be made ahead, prep as much as you can the night before.
  • Bento box lunch box with divided compartments are great for kids who don’t like sandwiches. Fill each compartment with their favorite foods, roll up cheese, turkey, and add snacks such as fruits, olives, seeds, raisins, hard boiled eggs, crackers, etc.
  • Decide together with your children what will go in their lunchbox, or have older kids pack their own lunches.
  • Use small cookie cutters to cut fruit up into cute shapes. Use larger sandwich cutters to get rid of the crust.
  • Heat up leftovers in the morning and pack them in a thermos to stay warm.
  • Organize snacks ahead for the week so they are ready to grab and go.

These easy BLT Roll Ups with Turkey and Avocado are delicious and perfect for school lunch.

These easy BLT Roll Ups with Turkey and Avocado are delicious and perfect for school lunch.These easy BLT Roll Ups with Turkey and Avocado are delicious and perfect for school lunch.

ALDI has the quality you want at a price you don’t expect to help make this the best school year yet.

These easy BLT Roll Ups with Turkey and Avocado are delicious and perfect for school lunch.

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These easy BLT Roll Ups with Turkey and Avocado are delicious and perfect for school lunch.
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BLT Roll Ups with Turkey and Avocado

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9
SP
341 Cals 22 Protein 29 Carbs 16 Fats
Prep Time: 5 mins
Cook Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 15 mins
Yield: 1 serving
COURSE: Lunch, School Lunch
CUISINE: American
These easy BLT Roll Ups with Turkey and Avocado are perfect for school lunch.

Ingredients

For the BLT Roll Ups with Turkey and Avocado:

  • 1 tablespoon light mayonnaise
  • 2 slices Appleton Farms Center Cut Bacon, or turkey bacon, cooked and cut in half
  • 1 soft taco-size low carb flour tortilla
  • 2 slices (1 oz) Never Any! Oven Roasted Turkey
  • 1/4 cup chopped Romaine lettuce
  • 2 tablespoons chopped tomato
  • 1 oz avocado (1/4 small)

For The Bento Box:

  • Organic mini cucumbers
  • carrot sticks
  • Organic strawberries and blueberries

Instructions

  • Spread the mayo over the center of the tortilla, top with turkey, lettuce, tomato, bacon and avocado. Roll up the tortilla holding it together tightly with your fingertips. Trim the ends off then slice the roll into 1-inch pieces with a sharp knife. Transfer to your bento box.
  • Optional, slice the cucumbers 1/2 inch thick then use small heart shaped cookie cutters to cut them. Fill the rest of the compartments of the bento box with carrot sticks, cucumbers and fruit.

Nutrition

Serving: 1pinwheel with snacks, Calories: 341kcal, Carbohydrates: 29g, Protein: 22g, Fat: 16g, Saturated Fat: 4g, Cholesterol: 39mg, Sodium: 806mg, Fiber: 3.5g, Sugar: 1g
Blue Smart Points: 6
Green Smart Points: 9
Purple Smart Points: 9
Points +: 6
Keywords: BLT Pinwheels, BLT Roll Ups, BLT Roll Ups with Turkey and Avocado, Turkey Roll Ups

Disclosure: Created in partnership with ALDI.

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30 comments

  1. How do you get the rolls to stay rolled? When I do it it unwraps immediately 

  2. Been looking for that act bento box. What kind is it?

  3. Ugh! I just went to my local Aldi and did not find this bento box! And I want it!

  4. What’s your favorite low carb wrap?

  5. Gina, you have the patience of Job ;~)! TX for my next lunch solution.

  6. As soon as I saw those bento boxes I instantly thought aldi! We have like 5 of them. Anyway! This is a perfect lunch idea for my daughter who lives off of BLT’s!

  7. The recipe doesn’t give the amount of avocado. Please revise. 

  8. Hi,

    How much avocado are you using in the recipe? it was left off the ingredient list.

    thank you!

  9. What is one pinwheel? Is that just one piece that you cut once it’s rollws or all pieces cut when rolled?

  10. These look awesome and something that my daughter would love in her lunch. Just wondering, where did you get the lunch container that you have in the picture?

  11. These look great! Going to make for my girls next week. Also, do you have a link for your bento boxes? I really like the size of those. Thank you!

  12. Can you tell us where you got the bento box in this pic? I love it!

  13. Where did you get that cute bento box?

  14. Where can I purchase the bento box?  Thank you!

  15. I’m going to buy the ingredients for this today (at Aldi). How much of the avocado do you use in each roll-up? It doesn’t say (or I missed it) and I don’t want to increase the points value.

  16. Hi, how much avocado? I don’t see it in the list of ingredients.

  17. Where can you get the bento box shown in this video?

  18. How much avocado per wrap? It’s not in the ingredient listing