Lettuce Wrap Sandwich

5 from 1 vote

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The best lettuce wrap sandwiches you will ever have. Low-carb, and a healthier option. Feel free to make these vegetarian or vegan as you can add anything you love inside your “ sandwich “ You will need the biggest lettuce leaves you can find and you have to stack them the way I am showing you for this to work. You can use any lettuce you love but make sure the leaves are nice and big.

Lettuce wrap sandwich

5 from 1 vote
Author: The Modern Nonna
Prep Time: 10 minutes


  • very large romaine leaves, 3
  • spicy mayo, or any dressing
  • nitrate-free turkey breast, or bacon
  • provolone or any cheese
  • pickles, tomatoes
  • dash of salt
  • parchment paper, for wrapping


  • Wash and pat dry your lettuce and cut off a bit of the stem. I only left the big leaves on mine and used the stems for another salad.
  • Mix your mayo and sriracha and add a little bit to the bottom. Feel free to use any dressing like ranch, hummus or anything else you love.
  • Place each lettuce leaf onto parchment paper with the leaves overlapping each other all aligned in the same direction.
  • Please refer to my video on my “reels” tab on Instagram or YouTube for the video method. I added spicy mayo to the bottom, turkey breast, pickles, tomatoes, salt on the tomato and provolone cheese.
  • You can use any cheese or leave it out if you are dairy-free. Roll your lettuce leaves upwards with your parchment paper and twist the ends like a candy. Cut it in half and enjoy.



Everything but the bagel seasoning is totally optional on top
I mixed my favourite mayo with sriracha to make my spicy mayo ( you can use any mayo you love ) and I only used 1/2 tablespoon of it. Please only buy a lettuce with big leaves and make sure you stack them all in the same direction. I bought Romaine and I cut off a bit of the stem. For anyone that’s dairy free you can absolutely leave out the cheese. My mayo is vegan and dairy-free. Add any favourite sandwich toppings such as black forest ham, roasted turkey, turkey bacon, or even regular bacon.
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