Wednesday, February 5, 2014

5-layer Dip Roll Ups

I miss bread. I miss eating sandwiches a lot, but bread still hurts my stomach so I try to find creative ways to satisfy the sandwich urge. It just so happens the urges especially strike when I don't have dinner leftovers to eat for lunch. Coincidence? I think not. 

Today I had a sandwich urge. Yep, you guessed it. No leftovers. I didn't cook dinner last night because we had to unexpectedly pick up the husband from work. He works over an hour away so it's 2 1/2 hours round trip. Needless to say it's a drive. So we took the kids to Mc Donalds. I always get the Sweet Chili Grilled Chicken Wrap. For whatever reason bread kills me but I can eat tortillas alright. I can only ever eat half of it though and it's not something that would be good leftover. So ixnay on the leftovers. What to eat?

Solution: A couple days ago my Epic put salsa on a slice of turkey because she wanted chips and salsa and I thought that sounded genius. I had 5-layer dip leftover from the Boringbowl and rolled that up in turkey. Sandwich urge satiated. It was delicious and filling and most importantly pain free.

5-layer Dip Roll Ups

2 oz. deli sliced cracked pepper turkey (about 4 slices)
4 TBS of 5-layer dip

1.) Put a tablespoon of dip in the middle of each slice of turkey, roll up, and enjoy.

Nutritional Info (depending on the 5-layer dip used)
Calories: 136
Protein: 16
Fat: 6
Carbs: 8
Sugar: 2


B Nance said...

Is the 5 layer dip store bought or home made? Could you please tell me whats in it. Thanks

Anonymous said...

I'm assuming this was store bought. Most 5 layer dips are:
refried beans
sour cream

Lisa Dovichi (The Bariatric Babe) said...

I actually made the five layer dip myself.

It was low fat refried black beans
mashed avocado
light sour cream
pace mild salsa
and 2% shredded mexican cheese

Store bought isn't near as delicious or as healthy as buying the ingredients separate and putting it together.

tlroper said...

We're do you find retried black beans?

Breanne Olson said...

The sell organic refried black beans at Stater Bros and a lot of times at organic based grocery stores like Sprouts. =o)

Mary Hershey said...

Most big grocery stores have an ethnic food section where they put food that used to be found in the Mom & Pop Mexican or Chinese groceries. They don't have the variety, or, in my opinion, the quality, of the Mom & Pop shops, but they almost always have cans of refried black beans available there. I prefer them to regular refried (pinto) beans.