Turkey, Spinach and Hummus Roll Ups with Spiralized Cucumber Noodles

Turkey Spinach and Hummus Roll Ups with Spiralized Cucumber Noodles!

When I got my friend Ali’s new cookbook, Inspiralize Everything, in the mail a few weeks back, I had to wonder, But like, you can’t reeeally spiralize everything, right? I mean, Ali’s already written one incredible cookbook and published hundreds of spiralized recipes on her blog, (OK already doubting my own argument here), but I’m sure she’s come across a stubborn ingredient or two. Then I started flipping through it, and boy was I wrong.

Inspiralize Everything Cookbook by Ali Maffucci

Somehow someway, Ali has managed to spiralize every fruit and vegetable imaginable. Her creativity and versatility is on full display in her comprehensive new cookbook, with dozens of new recipes from A(pples) to Z(ucchini).

Turkey Spinach and Hummus Roll Ups with Spiralized Cucumber Noodles!

Her beautifully photographed book had so many delicious-looking and delicious-sounding recipes to try. My mouth was watering over the Rutabaga Baked Ziti and the colorful Summer Ratatouille. After working up a serious appetite looking through every page I eventually settled on the Turkey, Spinach, and Hummus Cucumber Noodle Roll Ups. It was the hottest day of the summer after all, and turning on the stove would have caused me to burst into flames.

Turkey Spinach and Hummus Roll Ups with Spiralized Cucumber Noodles!

Turkey, Spinach and Hummus Roll Ups with Spiralized Cucumber Noodles

These quick and easy (and low-carb) roll ups demonstrate one of the killer attributes of Inspiralize Everything: there are recipes for every level of difficulty and every kind of situation. There are beautiful, more elaborate dinners to share with friends, weeknight meals to make on the fly, nutritious breakfasts, and simple, quick lunch staples like this one.

What makes these roll ups such a snap to make, and what keeps them so light and low carb/low calorie, is that you don’t use a tortilla or wrap; you use the turkey deli meat as your “tortilla.” If you want them to be a bit sturdier (to prevent ripping), I’d suggest doubling up and stacking 2 slices of turkey on top of one another. Add a smear of hummus on the turkey for flavor, a handful of spinach, and a pile of spiralized cucumber noodles for crunch!

The cucumber noodles are refreshing, crisp, and fun, and they double the size of the roll ups! Make them in the best spiralizer on the market: The Inspiralizer!

Turkey Spinach and Hummus Roll Ups with Spiralized Cucumber Noodles!

Friends, do yourself a huge favor and ORDER this amazing cookbook! It’s available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble!

Turkey Spinach and Hummus Roll Ups with Cucumber Noodles

Makes: Serves 2

Serving Size: 2 roll-ups

Calories per serving: 64

Fat per serving: 2g


  • 4 slices of deli turkey (recommended: Applegate Farms)
  • 4 tablespoons hummus
  • 2 teaspoons hemp hearts (optional)
  • 1 cup packed baby spinach leaves
  • 1 medium seedless cucumber, spiralized with Blade D, noodles trimmed and pat dry
  • Hot sauce, for serving


  1. Lay out the turkey slices on a clean, dry surface. Spread 1 tablespoon of the hummus on each and top evenly with hemp hearts. On the short side and farthest from you, add about ¼ cup of the spinach leaves to each, then top with about ¼ cup of the cucumber noodles.
  2. Roll it up like a burrito. Secure with a toothpick if needed and drizzle with or dip into hot sauce.

Nutrition Information & Notes:

Nutrition Information for 2 roll-ups: Calories 64, Fat 2g, Sodium 219mg, Carb 4g, Fiber 1g, Sugar 1g, Protein 7g




14 thoughts on “Turkey, Spinach and Hummus Roll Ups with Spiralized Cucumber Noodles

  1. Phi @ The Sweetphi Blog

    Oh my goodness, these roll ups looks so delicious, and super refreshing for a meal in this crazy heat (even here in Milwaukee, WI it’s been hot hot hot!) Definitely have to go check out the cookbook, it sounds amazing1

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  3. Rita Burke

    I am going to have to make these. This is a great spin on a tasty, healthy wrap. Thank you so much. You always inspire me.

  4. Kate

    I’m not a huge substitute vegetables for carbs kind of gal but this looks delicious! I love the added texture from the cucumber. Yum!

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