Recipe - Turkey Provolone Rollers

These are super easy to make...really. Every time I go away on my weekend trips for Circle K and we need to eat beforehand, I try to make a stop at Costco to grab their Turkey Swiss Rollers because I can get twelve thick and filling rolls of deliciousness. However, yesterday I realized that I still had some cranberry cream cheese left so I decided that I needed to recreate these delectable morsels; I didn't have swiss cheese but I had provolone and it was a good substitute. They are quite easy to do, taste delicious, and look fantastic. Here we go!

Step 1: Ingredients (serving size: varies)

  • flour tortillas
  • green leaf lettuce
  • cranberry cream cheese
  • Roma tomatoes, sliced
  • provolone cheese, sliced
  • turkey breast slices

Step 2: Spreading the cream cheese
You may have noticed that I didn't put down quantities above. That's because it really depends on  how many you want to make and how much you like of each. Spread the cream cheese on your tortilla first and then put a leaf of green leaf lettuce down. It should fit the tortilla and not extend too far over the edges.

Step 3: Layering the ingredients
For ease's sake, put the turkey down next and then the cheese. You may have to tear them appropriately depending on how big the tortilla is. Slice your tomatoes and put those down last.

Step 4: Completion
Now roll the tortilla! Make sure to keep it tight so it doesn't fall apart when you slice the wrap. You could, of course, eat it as is but it just looks nicer when you slice it into pieces. Hold the wrap tightly when you slice and then turn them to expose the inside. Enjoy this healthy fresh snack/lunch!