Egg White Roll Ups

Hey guys! I was way too excited about this recipe to not just go ahead and jump on the blog and share it! Since completing my boards and being settled in NC, I realized that recipes were going to be happening on the regular so I'm aiming for once per week but honestly, it will probably be more than that. I love experimenting in the kitchen. So, here's a really delicious one and super festive if you are having guests and you could really switch it up to be anything on the inside! I went with what I had which was: spinach, tomatoes, onions, green peppers, and 97% lean ground turkey 

All of the insiders can easily be changed into your favorites. For example: 

  • Chicken and cheese 
  • Sausage and cheese with veggies
  • Chocolate (not kidding lol) 

The possibilities are endless, and you don't care so let me tell you about how to make the bake. So. EASY!


  • 6 egg whites 
  • 1 tablespoon coconut flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • parchment or aluminum foil
  • All your fillers (1/4 cup spinach, 1 ounce ground turkey, 1/4 cup tomatoes, 1/4 cup onions, 1/4 cup peppers)


For me, I already had the ground turkey pre cooked (this is advice that I give to all of my clients-you don't need to just eat protein and veggies but it's nice to have these things on hand to throw into recipes if you make them at the beginning of the week). I also love doing a big batch of tomatoes, onions, green peppers for all kinds of different recipes. I just put them in the skillet (with no oil) and let them cook. Easy peezy lemon squeezy. 

  • Heat oven to 400 degrees 
  • Line baking dish (8x8 for this amount of ingredients) with parchment paper or foil
  • Whisk together egg whites, flour, baking powder (I used an electric hand held blender)
  • Pour liquid into baking dish (it will be completely liquid)
  • Heat up all ingredients or put together if not already cooked 
  • Bake for about 10 minutes (until fluffy and no longer liquid) 

After it's baked, I just immediately cut it into 4 long pieces. This doesn't have to be a roll up, and honestly you could just eat the entire thing for only 200 calories in mostly protein, but nevertheless, I cut it up and was able to roll. Mine tore a little because of how much I put inside, and I'm no perfectionist and kinda "lazy". Reference

The macros for one of the ones that I made with my ingredients were: 

54 calories // 1g fat // 4g carb // 8g protein 


With love and egg whites, 


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