Low-Carb Lettuce Wraps
Low-Carb Lettuce Wraps are a perfect dinner any time of year, and this round-up also has tasty low-carb wraps with cabbage and collards green too!
When you want a low-carb meal that’s quick, easy, and fun to eat, I think you can’t go wrong with low-carb wraps that you eat with your hands! And if you look through this collection of Low-Carb Lettuce Wraps it’s obvious that I love wraps with all kinds of greens on the outside, and there are some tasty wraps her with collards greens and cabbage as well. No matter what kind of greens you use, I think wraps are an amazing way to create highly-flavored low carb food that still feels like a treat.
I scoured the archives of Kalyn’s Kitchen to gather up all my low-carb and Keto wraps for this collection; these recipes are also gluten-free. And there’s even a wrap with tofu for the vegetarians! Check individual recipes to see tags showing which diets it’s suitable for, and a few recipes have suggestions for how to adapt to a specific way of eating when needed. Hope you’ll find some new ideas to try, and maybe even one or two that might become favorites at your house! (Check out Lettuce Wraps to see more recipes like this.)
Just click the recipe name under any photo to go to that recipe on the site. And I hope you enjoy trying some of my favorite low-carb and Keto wraps!
Lettuce Cups with Spicy Ground Turkey Filling were one of the first low-carb lettuce wraps recipes to show up on my blog, and they’re hugely popular in my family.
Think about how slaw really goes with fish tacos and you’ll realize how this idea for Shrimp Salad Cabbage Cups was born! If cabbage just isn’t a go for you, use lettuce to make these instead.
Picadillo is a type of spicy meat with green olives and I love these Low-Carb Turkey Picadillo Lettuce Wraps.
Any time you have leftover corned beef, these Low-Carb Reuben Sandwich Cabbage Cups are a creative way to use it! Or just buy thickly sliced corned beef from the deli to make this recipe.
If you like fish tacos, you’ll love these Lettuce Wrap Fish Tacos with Spicy Cabbage Slaw and Avocado.
I love the Thai flavors in these Thai-Inspired Turkey Mini-Meatball Lettuce Wraps.
I know these Slow Cooker Low-Sugar Barbecued Chicken Lettuce Cups are kid-friendly because I tested the recipe on visiting nephews.
Low-Carb Tuna Salad Lettuce Wraps are great for a quick lunch. You can use less tomatoes and avocado if you want this to be even lower in carbs!
When I discovered Frank’s Red Hot Sauce had zero carbs I went on a buffalo sauce binge, and came up with these Buffalo Turkey Lettuce Wraps (with crumbled blue cheese, or course).
I love the sweet flavors of the collard greens in these Southwestern Turkey Collards Wraps. Be open-minded if you’ve never tried collard greens for a wrap; they’re sweet and delicious!
If you love Sriracha Rooster Sauce the way I do, you’ll swoon over these Low-Carb Sriracha Beef Lettuce Wraps. This is probably the low-carb lettuce wraps I make most often when I need something quick.
Everybody who likes shrimp cocktail will get the appeal of Shrimp Cocktail Lettuce Cups.
If you like the Greek pita sandwiches called Gyros, these Ground Beef Gyro Meatball Lettuce Wraps with Tzatziki and Tomatoes are a low-carb lettuce wrap with those same Greek flavors! You can just crumble the meat and cook it if you don’t have time to make meatballs.
Turkey Lettuce Wrap Tacos with Chiles, Cumin, Cilantro, Lime, and Tomato-Avocado Salsa are the first recipe idea I ever got from a conversation on Twitter.
Another delicious wrap with collards greens is these Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Low-Carb Collards Wraps with Blue Cheese Coleslaw.
Spicy Shredded Chicken Lettuce Wrap Tacos have an avocado salsa that kicks up the flavors and these can be made in the slow cooker or the Instant Pot.
It’s the sauce that creates amazing flavor in these Asian Lettuce Wraps with Pork, Napa Cabbage, and Red Bell Pepper.
More Tasty Recipes for Lettuce Wraps (not all are low-carb:)
If you have a good recipe idea for a lettuce, cabbage, or collards wrap that’s low in carbs, let us know about it in the comments!