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  • Writer's pictureJenn Clayton

BLTA Lettuce Wrap Lunchable

These are incredible!! So many variations that make these a go to meal prepped lunch!

Add whatever sides you want an even pair with your favorite bread or low carb tortilla!

Full recipe in video below!


8 strips of raw turkey or center cut bacon

4 whole eggs

8 Butterhead or Bibb lettuce leaves, washed and patted dry

1 large avocado, cut into 4 quarters

2 small roma tomatoes, cut lengthwise into long slices

Serve with (all optional): Laughing Cow cheese wedge, mayo, an additional hard-boiled egg, baby carrots, cashews, almonds, or any diet-specific sides you wish.

To cook bacon:

  1. Line a rimmed half sheet pan (affiliate link!) with parchment paper. Place the strips of bacon on the parchment paper in a single layer. Place the pan into a cold oven and immediately set the temperature to 375F. Set a timer for the cook time depending on the thickness of the bacon. Thinner bacon will take 18-23 minutes. Thicker bacon will take 24-28 minutes. See the full post on How to Cook Bacon in the Oven for more detailed instructions.

  2. Let cool completely before placing into meal prep containers.

To cook eggs: If you have a favorite method to cook hard-boiled eggs, feel free to use that. Here are two ways to cook them:

  1. Instant Pot method: Place eggs onto the trivet inside the Instant Pot insert. Add 1 cup of water, and close the lid with the vent sealed. Set the pot to manual high pressure for 5 minutes, then let it do a natural pressure release for 4-5 minutes. Release pressure and as safely and quickly as possible, place the eggs under cold water until cool to the touch, and then peel.

  2. Stovetop method: Here are instructions explaining how to make hard-boiled eggs on the stove way better than I ever could.

To assemble:

  1. Each meal prep has ingredients for 2 lettuce wraps. Place 2 leaves of lettuce into each meal prep container. Pick large leaves with no rips that would make a good wrap.

  2. Add avocado and tomato to your meal prep container – I keep the tomato separate so the juice doesn’t make other ingredients soggy in the fridge. Slice each quarter of avocado into two slices.

  3. Slice each hard-boiled egg into 4 slices and add to meal prep container. Break each piece of bacon in half (so they fit into the containers) and add 2 whole slices to each container (4 half pieces each).

  4. Add diet specific sides – carrots, nuts, fruit, mayo or ranch, crackers, cheese, etc.

  5. Store in the refrigerator in an sealed container and enjoy within 4 days.

4 Servings:

321 Calories

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