Turkey “Sushi” Rolls | Paleo

With schools getting back in session, you may be looking for easy paleo and gluten free lunches to make for your kids. Well, luckily I still enjoy easy finger food (i.e. I still love chicken tenders), so here is what I make occasionally for lunch!


Don’t be fooled by the name, its not sushi – they just kind of look like it. With just a few ingredients – turkey, cucumber, carrots, avocado, and paleo mayonnaise – it can totally kick any sandwich craving you may be having. I use Sir Kensington’s Mayonnaise with Avocado oil, it tastes just like normal mayo, but without all the chemicals – it’s a great clean alternative. I use both the mayo and avocado to stick the veggies to the turkey.

They might be a little messy while making them, but it’s totally worth it!

Turkey “Sushi” Rolls

Servings : as many as you want!



  1. Prepare your veggies! Using a peeler, peel the carrots into thin strips. Then slice the cucumber into thin matchstick slices.
  2. In a small bowl, mash the avocado, until it’s the consistency of guacamole.
  3. Lay a slice of turkey meat on a flat cutting board. If the turkey is thinly sliced, you may want to put one more piece on top, to make it less likely to break when rolling.
  4. Spread a small layer of mayonnaise and avocado on the turkey, then layer the veggies down the length of the turkey slice.
  5. Tightly roll the turkey slice around the veggies. Then slice into small rolls.


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