Low Carb Pickle Roll-Ups Appetizer!

Low Carb Pickle Roll Ups!

My friend and new neighbor Joanne brought these simple and easy appetizers to our party Sunday!  You can throw together these together in a flash anytime if you have the ingredients on hand!

Low Carb Pickle Roll-Ups
 
These are so simple and easy that you can throw these pickle roll-ups together in a flash anytime!
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Recipe type: Appetizer
Ingredients
  • Claussen Kosher Dill Mini Pickles
  • Cream Cheese; softened
  • Armour Star Dried Beef
Instructions
  1. Slather one slice of dried beef with a coating of softened full-fat cream cheese.
  2. Wrap dried beef, cream cheese side in, around one kosher dill mini pickle.
  3. Cut wrapped pickle in half and secure with a toothpick.
  4. VOILA! You're DONE!


 

These are low carb but don’t pig out! Figure one net carb in each pickle and there is only 4.3 net carbs in a whole 2.25 ounce jar of the dried beef. One tablespoon of cream cheese is 0.6 net carbs so it’s going to depend on how thick you “slather” as to how many carbs each of your roll ups is going to be.  

Pickle Roll Ups FLY off the Plate!

Not something you are going to want to eat all night because each half is probably going to figure out to be about one net carb. But I will tell you what… you are not going to get the chance to graze for long anyway because as you can SEE they all but FLY off the serving tray!  That was in less than 5 minutes after Tom and Joanne walked in the door! The saltiness is GREAT with low-carb beer and definitely with a spiced rum and coke!  

Have you tried our fried dill pickles recipe?  Do you have a favorite low carb pickle appetizer you’d like to share?  Please leave it in your comment below or hop over to the Low Carb Challenge Facebook group and share with all our members! We would be thrilled to have you!  

In the meantime that’s the skinny on SKINNY today!  Thanks Joanne!
Ciao for now!  ~Marge

Ciao for NOW! ~Marge

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