No Bread Turkey Club

No bread turkey club sandwich wrapped in romaine lettuce. A low carb, paleo and keto friendly lunch option. Perfect for lunch meal prep. Low carb, high fat lunch that you can make ahead.

Update: when I first stumbled upon the magic that is the no bread turkey club I mostly made them with the same set of ingredients: some mayo or dressing, turkey, bacon, tomatoes and avocado. Since that time I have made AT LEAST one of these a week every week and they just keep getting better.

I will still call them a no bread turkey club, but lets call a spade a spade. They are really just a delicious lettuce wrapped sandwich. This means if you’ve got yourself some romaine lettuce, parchment paper and sandwich fixings, you are ready to go.

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No bread turkey club sandwich wrapped in romaine lettuce. A low carb, paleo and keto friendly lunch option. Perfect for lunch meal prep. Low carb, high fat lunch that you can make ahead.

I should share some of the no bread turkey club tips I’ve learned along the way to help you all out. You MUST use parchment paper to roll it up. If you don’t have this you’re gonna have a mess on your hands.

It’s not going to be pretty to eat a no bread turkey club in public, but it will be delicious. Lots of people ask me, “but how do you eat it!?” and truthfully its a mess. You need to use the parchment paper to keep it all together and kind of pull it down as you go.

I have also found that anything too wet will not fair well in a no bread turkey club. So avoid anything like chicken salad, tuna salad or egg salad inside and stick to sliced meats or lunch meats.

No bread turkey club sandwich wrapped in romaine lettuce. A low carb, paleo and keto friendly lunch option. Perfect for lunch meal prep. Low carb, high fat lunch that you can make ahead.

If you’ve scrolled my Instagram, you know I love a THICC sandwich on good bread and stuffed with all the things. Unfortunately, when I bring them in my lunchbox to work, I find myself to be a little sluggish and groggy throughout the afternoon. I started making these no bread turkey clubs so I could cut the carbs and power through the slump.

If you’re going to pack this no bread turkey club for lunch, I suggest leaving off the tomato. It just gets a little soggy after a few hours and of course, there is no soft bread their to soak it up. Okay, maybe I miss bread a little more than I realized.

Many people on Instagram were asking me how I wrap these no bread turkey clubs up, so I made a quick tutorial video for you all! It is so easy and many people have told me that the video helps tremendously. Hit play on the video below to see me wrap it all up!

My favorite part of this sandwich is hands down the crunch of the bacon. I get a uniform crisp on my bacon by cooking it in the oven. I wrote a post all about making my bacon that way here.

To make this no bread turkey club you basically just need to gather your ingredients, prep them and then wrap it up! You can find full instructions below. If you make one of these no bread turkey clubs, please share with me in the comments or on Instagram!

No bread turkey club sandwich wrapped in romaine lettuce. A low carb, paleo and keto friendly lunch option. Perfect for lunch meal prep. Low carb, high fat lunch that you can make ahead.
Yield: 1 lettuce wrap

No Bread Turkey Club

prep time: 5 minscook time: 10 minstotal time: 15 mins

ingredients:

  • 8 large leaves romaine lettuce
  • 4 slices turkey breast
  • 3 slices cooked bacon
  • 1/4 avocado thinly sliced
  • 1 small tomato thinly sliced
  • Sauce of choice

instructions:

  1. Lay a large piece of parchment paper on a cutting board - this step is essential for rolling up your no bread sandwich
  2. Wash and dry romaine lettuce and lay flat on the parchment. I removed the tough ends of the lettuce to ensure easy rolling. You want about a 6" by 10" rectangle of lettuce
  3. Layer turkey on the lettuce, then the strips of bacon, then the avocado and lastly the tomato slices
  4. Now get rolling! Use the parchment to help and roll the ingredients into a wrap, folding the sides in as you roll.
  5. Slice the wrap through the parchment paper in half. Best if enjoyed immediately! I like to have my mustard on the side to keep the wrap from getting too soggy.
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