Turkey, Cheese & Egg Roll Up

egg cheese roll ups
egg cheese roll ups

This egg roll up recipe is an adaptation of a typical ham, egg and cheese roll up. With the changes I've made, it's MyWW friendly with just 1 SmartPoint for the Blue and Purple plans.

Instead of ham, turkey deli luncheon meat is used as this is now a zero point food on the freestyle plan. Of course the fat is reduced even further by using low fat cheese.

The beauty of this breakfast recipe is you can add (or subtract) veggies to your taste without changing the WW Points Plus or SmartPoints.

Without further ado, here is my twist on this breakfast classic.

Turkey, Cheese and Egg Roll Up

This is my adaptation of a recipe I found on delish.com. Instead of ham, I am using turkey breast luncheon meat (zero points on the FreeStyle program. I also added some parsley for extra flavor and am using skim milk to mix the eggs (tastes creamier this way). I am using low fat cheese (which doesn't melt as well) but saves on some Weight Watchers points.

Recipe Type:

Breakfast, Brunch, Turkey

Degree of Difficulty:



  • 20 slices turkey breast luncheon meat slices
  • 10 eggs
  • 1/4 cup skim milk
  • 1.5 cups cheddar Cheese (reduced fat), shredded
  • 1 cup Spinach, cooked & chopped
  • 1 cup Tomatoes, diced
  • 1/4 cup Parsley -- chopped
  • Salt & Pepper to taste
  • Cooking spray


  1. Heat Broiler on medium
  2. In a large bowl, mix eggs, milk salt and pepper.
  3. Coat bottom of skillet with cooking spray. Heat on medium.
  4. Add egg mixture and scramble stirring occasionally.
  5. Add shredded cheese and cook until melted.
  6. Stir in baby spinach, tomatoes and basil until combined.
  7. On a cutting board, place two slices (slightly apart but overlapping) of the turkey breast luncheon meat.
  8. Place a large spoonful of egg mixture on top of turkey slices.
  9. Roll up and place in baking dish (seam side down).
  10. Repeat with remaining turkey slices and egg mixture.
  11. Broil until crispy, approximately 5 minutes.

Cooking Times

Prep Time: 10 minutes Cooking Time: 10 minutes

Nutrition Facts for Egg Roll Up

Nutrition facts shown below are per serving. The number of serving is noted in the header section below. The serving size is the first item noted on the nutrition facts table.

Nutrition Per Serving

Number of Servings:5
Serving Size 2 Roll Ups
Calories 184
Total Fat 3.8g
Sat Fat 1.6g
Cholesterol 91.5mg
Sodium 1145.4mg
Total Carbohydrates 4.0g
Fiber 1.4g
Sugar 5.7g
Protein 33.5g

MyWW Points

Green: 3 pts
Blue: 1 pts
Purple: 1 pts

Other Weight Watchers Points

4 pts
4 pts

The turkey breast slices, eggs and vegetables were not included for the calculation of MyWW Blue and Purple SmartPoints. The veggies are not included in the other points calculation.


The beauty of this egg roll up recipe is you can easily mix it up for a different taste each time you make it. For instance, instead of cheddar cheese you can use mozzarella or even Swiss cheese. Instead of spinach, saute up some bell peppers to add the the roll up.

Here's another recipe using turkey slices. These asparagus roll ups have only 1 FreeStyle SmartPoints.

Here's the recipe from delish.com that inspired this recipe.

Here's another recipe using turkey slices. These asparagus roll ups have only 1 FreeStyle SmartPoints.

Here's the recipe from delish.com that inspired this recipe.

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