Sugar Free – Turkey and cheese roll-ups

This snack is so easy to make that even if you are in the midst of a real hunger-panic, you should have no problem throwing it together to satisfy your need for a snack. No cooking, no food prep, super tasty – what’s not to like? Even better, it’s completely free from sugar and virtually carb-free too so you won’t derail your diet. The protein and fat also ensures you are going to stay fuller for longer.

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2 slices of lean, cooked ham
2 slices of edam or gouda cheese
2 spring onions – washed and stripped
1 teaspoon of mayonnaise


Place one slice of the ham on a plate and lay a slice of cheese on top. Put one spring onion on the edge of the ham/cheese and spread half the mayonnaise over. Roll up and then cut in half. Repeat this process with the other ham and cheese slice.

Nutritional breakdown

Calories 276
Fat 19.7 grams
Carbohydrate 4.1 grams
Sugar 0.5 grams
Protein 19.8 grams
Fiber 1.3 grams

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  1. Stephanie Hobbs on

    Hi Sarah! Your page has really been helping me figure out cooking ideas for my family – we’ve gotten into bad habits, and I need to get sugar out of our lives! I’m trying to do more meal prep, and was wondering how long you think these would last in the fridge? I was thinking these would be great to make a lot ahead of time! 🙂 Thank you! ~Stephanie

    • Hi Stephanie,

      Thanks for your comment ! Yeah home cooking is the way to go ! I would recommend 2 to 3 days maximum on the fridge. Good luck for your journey !

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