As a kid, I grew up eating these pinwheel sandwiches from the local market's deli. Somehow, the fact that the sandwich was rolled and cut into a circle made them much more exciting to my young palate. These sandwiches are easy to make (you can sub in any ingredients you like for the ones I used here) and great for serving to groups — kids and adults alike!
- 1 sheet lavash bread
- 2 Ounces reduced-fat cream cheese, plus more for sealing the sandwiches
- 3 large leaves butter lettuce
- 6 slices turkey
- 1/2 tomato, sliced
- 1/2 Haas avocado, peeeled, pitted, and sliced
With a damp paper towel, moisten the lavash so that it is pliable and easy to roll.
Spread the cream cheese evenly across the lavash. Place lettuce leaves evenly on top of the cream cheese layer. Distribute the turkey, tomato, and avocado across the lavash sheet.
Starting from the bottom of the sheet, gently roll the lavash into a roll. Seal the edges with a little bit of cream cheese to prevent them from unrolling.
Place in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes. Remove from the refrigerator and slice roll into 4-6 pieces, depending on the thickness of the sandwich you want. Serve immediately. Enjoy!