Not all lunchmeat is created equal. When you find a quality brand, with an ingredients list you can read and understand, these snacks become a great option. Especially for little fingers. Seek out brands such as Applegate Farms, Niman Ranch and of course, local farmers in your area.
This is a guest post by Alison Ver Halen. Alison is a novelist and a long time member of the Paleo Chicago Meetup group. As a life-long foodie, she has found Paleo to be a great way to stay healthy while enjoying delicious food.
Trying to get your kids to eat better? Having a hard time convincing them that healthy, homemade food really is better than mac ‘n’ cheese out of a box? This recipe is here to save the day. Pack these in your kids’ lunches and make them the envy of the schoolyard.
A Paleo Potluck Pleaser
These turkey roll ups were inspired by conventional turkey roll-ups. When I was looking for something to bring to a potluck all I did differently was leave out the tortilla, add a few spices and voila! Primal Turkey Roll-Ups were served!
You can bring these to a potluck or serve them at your next dinner party as an appetizer. They make a great finger food, just be sure not to ruin your dinner, because these protein-packed babies will fill you up fast.
A Unique Flavor Profile
Ginger, cardamom, and allspice blend really well together and they’re a great way to add a spicy little surprise to these roll-ups. Feel free to use the same spices I used, or go through your own spice drawer and play around.
Do you prefer something with a little heat? Something smoky? Conduct experiments to come up with as many versions of these roll-ups as you can.