Today was my first official day of summer break as a teacher! I now have the entire summer to focus on my favorite hobby. And that would be to cook…and eat! I looked in my kitchen to see what I can see. I saw bacon, lettuce, tomatoes, and avocado. But I didn’t want the bread, so I decided to make spring rolls with rice paper. When I went to the store, they didn’t have rice paper, but these soy papers. They worked equally as well! They came in different colors, so it was really fun for my kids to eat. If you are looking for a snack, then make one per person, but if you want it for lunch, make two per person. Enjoy!
Health tips: kid-friendly, diabetes-friendly, low carb
Ingredients: 4 servings (2 rolls per person)
- 6 large ice berg lettuce leaves, thinly sliced
- 1 tomato, cut into strips or chopped
- 1 avocado, sliced
- 8 slices of bacon, cooked and cut in half
- 8 rice papers, prepared according to package directions OR soy paper
- Lay your rice or soy paper on the cutting board, spread about 1 tsp of mayo on the paper. Add a layer of lettuce on the first 1/3 of the paper. Add 1 piece f bacon on top of lettuce. Add tomatoes and sliced avocados on top of that.
- Carefully roll the paper as tight as you can get it. Cut in half and enjoy!