This turkey BLT lettuce wraps recipe was sponsored, but all opinions are my own.
Are you prepping for a busy turkey day this year? I’m all about keeping holidays simple with no fuss, and I’m a leftovers advocate! I’ve got a recipe to use your favorite turkey leftovers (or to create your own lunch!), and I want to share how Shady Brook Farms and Honeysuckle White has created a way for you to have a foolproof holiday this year!
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Ready for leftovers? Turn leftover turkey into flavorful, on-trend meals – like the Sriracha Honey Lime Turkey Salad Tartine. Each of these – and hundreds more – are available at 700reasons.com.
Another idea for turkey day leftovers are my favorite lettuce wraps! I do these all the time for a simple lunch idea, and add turkey or even spicy ground turkey for a kick!
I drizzle them in ranch and serve them inside giant romaine lettuce leaves. It’s easy and fast!
- Turkey (sliced, cooked ground turkey, or however you like it!)
- Large romaine lettuce leaves
- Chopped tomato
- 4 slices of crispy bacon, cooked
- Prepare BLTs by using large romaine lettuce leaves.
- Top with sliced tomato, bacon crumbles, turkey, and drizzle ranch to finish this simple snack.
To make Thanksgiving even better, Shady Brook Farms and Honeysuckle White turkeys are raised without growth-promoting antibiotics by independent family farmers, so you can feel good about feeding your family and friends this holiday season.
However you decide to spice it up, you will know that you’re getting a quality turkey burger with Shady Brook Farms. Their ground turkey, sausage, tenderloins, burgers and more come from turkeys that are raised without growth-promoting antibiotics. They work with more than 700 independent farmers to produce these wholesome turkeys. Their food is offered at a great price. Be sure to look for the USDA Process Verified Seal when you shop so that you know that your turkey was raised without growth-promoting antibiotics. Pro tip: Be sure to always cook turkey to an internal temperature of 165 degrees fahrenheit.
Want another Shady Brook Farms turkey recipe? Try my spicy turkey burgers!
How do you enjoy leftovers?