These holiday pinwheels are perfect for entertaining! They’re low carb, gluten free, and keto!
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These cute little holiday pinwheels are inspired by my Christmas tree platter from a few years ago, where I used green low carb wraps, sliced turkey, and low carb cranberry sauce to form a tree shape.
For this version, I’ve used Tomato GemWraps, which you can buy from Netrition.
The GemWraps are available in four flavors: apple kale, carrot, mango chipotle, and tomato. They’re vegan, gluten free, and sugar free, with no artificial colors, flavors or ingredients. The tomato version is 4g net carbs per wrap (carrot version is 4g, apple kale 6g, mango chipotle 5g). They’re shelf stable – with no refrigeration required, and one wrap contains one serving of fruit and vegetables! They are a little pricey, though, so they won’t be replacing my favorite low carb tortillas, but they’re wonderful for a special treat – or an occasion like holiday entertaining!
To make the pinwheels, spread some cream cheese over the non-shiny side of the wrap.
I actually used a Jalapeño cream cheese, but plain would work just fine, too!
Lay some greenery like lettuce or baby spinach over the cream cheese, and finish with a couple of slices of deli turkey.
The wraps smell and taste REALLY good, and they’re very strong, so perfect for this kind of dish.
Serve them as an appetizer, your next game day, or any kind of entertaining!
Don’t forget to order the GemWraps from Netrition – and check out all the other low carb goodies that they stock while you’re there!
Low Carb Holiday Pinwheels
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- 3 Tomato GemWraps
- 3 tbs cream cheese
- 6 lettuce leaves or baby spinach
- 6 slices deli turkey
- Spread the cream cheese over the non-shiny side of the wrap. Lay the lettuce or baby spinach over the cream cheese, and finish with a couple of slices of deli turkey.
- Use a brush to moisten the long open end with water, then roll from the other edge towards the moistened edge, pressing to seal it shut.
- Leave for a minute or two, then use a sharp knife to cut each wrap into 8 pinwheels.
- Repeat with the two other wraps.
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