Saturday, July 9, 2011

Turkey & Stuffing Roll Ups

Sliced Turkey breast rolled up with stuffing and topped with turkey gravy. This recipe is perfect for leftover stuffing and gravy from the holidays.
Turkey and stuffing is always a great combination. Now you can enjoy turkey and stuffing throughout the year, and not just on Thanksgiving. Today I want to share one of my favorite go to dinner meals, Turkey & Stuffing Roll Ups.

This recipe is super easy and only requires a handful of ingredients. Sliced turkey breast, stuffing, turkey gravy and cream of chicken soup. Turkey Roll ups are sliced deli turkey breast filled with stuffing, and topped with a yummy turkey gravy. Easy peasy and yummy all rolled into one.

When making these rolls make sure to use a good quality turkey breast not a pressed. I purchase deli turkey breast or Kirkland's sliced oven roasted turkey breast from Costco. It's sliced semi thick so it's perfect. This recipe is also great around the holidays when you have leftover stuffing/dressing and turkey gravy.

I usually serve these turkey roll ups with mashed potatoes, warm rolls and a vegetable or salad to complete the meal. If you're looking for a weeknight easy dinner I hope you will give this one a try. I have also included a few step by step photos of this easy dish below.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Prepare stuffing according to package directions and set aside or use leftover stuffing or dressing.  In a medium bowl add the prepared gravy mix and the cream of chicken soup. If using gravy packets add the water called for on packets, gravy mix and soup together. Using a wire whisk, mix until combined; set aside.  Spoon 1/4 cup prepared stuffing or dressing onto each turkey slice. Roll up and place seam side down in a greased 13 x 9 inch baking pan. Continue rolling the remaining turkey slices.

Pour the gravy mixture over turkey rolls and cover with foil (sprayed with non stick spray). Bake at 350 degrees for 25 - 30 minutes or until bubbly. 

Remove from oven and let cool slightly. Serve with mashed potatoes, green beans and warm rolls.

Yield: 6
Author: Tina Butler | Mommy's Kitchen
Turkey & Stuffing Roll Ups

Turkey & Stuffing Roll Ups

Sliced Turkey breast rolled up with stuffing and topped with turkey gravy. This recipe is perfect for leftover stuffing and gravy.
Prep time: 30 MinCook time: 25 MinTotal time: 55 Min


  • 16 ounces oven roasted deli turkey breast, slice semi thick
  • 1 (6 ounce) package stove top stuffing (turkey or cornbread) or leftover homemade stuffing
  • 2 packets turkey gravy mix or use homemade 
  • 2 cups water 
  • 1 (10 ounce) can cream of chicken soup, undiluted


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Prepare stuffing according to package directions and set aside or use leftover stuffing or dressing.
  2. In a medium bowl add the gravy mix, water and cream of chicken soup. Using a wire whisk, mix until combined; set aside.
  3. Spoon 1/4 cup prepared stuffing or dressing onto each turkey slice. Roll up and place seam side down in a greased 13 x 9 inch baking pan. Continue rolling the remaining turkey slices.
  4. Pour the gravy mixture over turkey rolls and cover with foil (spayed with non stick spray). Bake at 350 degrees for 25 - 30 minutes or until bubbly.
  5. Remove from oven and cool slightly before serving


If using jarred or homemade gravy, omit the water.

This recipe works great with leftover thanksgiving stuffing and gravy. Don't forget the leftover mashed potatoes and rolls to serve on the side.  

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Leckeres für Mensch und Katze said... #

Sounds yummy and easy! Thanks for sharing! LG Tina

Annie*s Granny said... #

This has been a favorite of mine for years, it's so easy and quick, yet filling. I always used Butterball turkey slices from Costco, but now use the Kirkland brand (I'll bet it's butterball with different labeling). I do use two slices for each roll, slightly overlapping them. They hold more stuffing that way. I also use the dry turkey gravy mix, which is less expensive then what comes in jars.

Renee said... #

Wow ~ so easy yet so delicious looking! I can't wait to try this next week. Thanks so much for posting this.

laurie said... #

What a great recipe...I love turkey!

Michele said... #

Wow. Those are the coolest! Great idea.

Tina @ Mommy's Kitchen said... #

That is a great idea about using two slices. I will try that next time. I use the dry gravy mixes as well.

Anonymous said... #

My mom and I are so mad at each other for not coming up with this idea ourselves! Making it for dinner tonight!

Dmarie said... #

well, now I know a good way to use up leftover stuffing! thanks for this!

Susie said... #

What a great idea! Looks delicious and yet impressive with the way it's rolled up. Thank you so much for posting. I'm definitely bookmarking this to make once it cools down outside...

Coleens Recipes said... #

VERY clever, what a great idea.

Kendra @ Blendra said... #

Oh my! These look amazing, I'm making them tomorrow, for sure! Sooo easy, why don't I ever think of this stuff. Wonder what else I could roll in deli meat? Mashed potatoes in chicken? Or maybe cheesy broccoli rice inside of deli ham! Genius!

Ash Nichols said... #

Great idea!

~ The Tuckerbag ~

Anonymous said... #

THis is a great idea for something delicious and nutritous!


Wow I love quick yummy recipes like this.. I will have to try!

Anonymous said... #

Tina, Is this like a deli meat turkey? I went to Costco and told them I wanted sliced turkey breast and they tried to sell me the packaged deli meat. If it is deli meat, do you have them slice it thicker for you? Thanks for your help! I am anxious to make this! I love and use a lot of your recipes!

Tina @ Mommy's Kitchen said... #

I purchased the oven roasted turkey from costco in the refrigerated area. Where they have all their sandwich/lunch meats. I think they come in a 3 packaged set each being one pound. I think it was aroun $8 or $9.

Erin said... #

this looks great! i think my family would love this!

annies home said... #

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Unknown said... #

Tina this is a genius idea! I am going to try it very soon!

Linda said... #

Making this tonight :) Thanks so much for the recipe. Love your blog soo much!

John said... #

its usefulness and significance is overwhelming
the way you covered all the basic necessary information is really impressive.

Anonymous said... #

Thanks for answering my question about the meat. I plan to go to Costco tomorrow and pick some up!! Love all your recipes! Thank you!

mrs.mfc said... #

I made this last night and it was so great!! I used peppered turkey breast from the deli and the flavor really popped after being baked. Delicious!!

Anonymous said... #

I'm making this for supper tonight and it just looks soooo good and was so easy to put together. can't wait to taste it!! thanks for all the wonderful recipes.

Anonymous said... #

THESE ARE A TERRIFIC! I made them last night and and this morning had one for breakfast. My husband and I ride together and while he was driving, I was reading my book and having a cool treat on a very HOT DAY! Its 100+ here this week. I ate mine with a spoon and loved every spoonful. I think I will use my own homemade yogurt next time. I love to make it but we are still working at enjoying it with fruit, etc. Also, I think this would make a great jello salad (yogurt + jello). I have a jello salad recipe using cottage cheese and I get the same tanginess from the yogurt that I get from the cottage cheese. Homemade yogurt would be a lots cheaper substitution.

Thanks for posting. These are bright, cheery, cool and refreshing!

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Anonymous said... #

just had hubby read this and tell me his thoughts ... his response "looks good but that is a lot of bread" I must have looked at him weird cause he said "stuffing & turkey inside a tortilla, that is lots of bread" He is a dork. I couldn't stop laughing to explain that it is turkey not tortilla, he then admited that he just looked at the pictures and didn't read anything. LOL
But he decided that it would be good for next week's menu. :)


Anonymous said... #

Just a quick comment: in the top part of the page, the ingredients are listed as turkey, stuffing mix and gravy. In the last half, chicken soup is also listed. The recipes don't match...or is the second one a slight variation?
My sister has been making these for years. Yes, they are yummy!

Anonymous said... #

My mother has made this for years and we LOVE it. She does add French's Fried Onions on top before the cream of chicken soup. It gives it a little extra flavor. YUM!

Melissa said... #

OMGOSH YUM!! I wanna make this right now!! Such a great & easy way to have a yummy Thanksgiving meal anytime of the year!!

Stefani said... #

Hi, just found this recipe while looking for the brown paper bag turkey recipe. I love this idea. Wondering if it would work with ham? Maybe use a red-eye gravy? I think I may be experimenting with this idea and different lunch meats! I think when serving them to the family I will call them Turkeychiladas!
Thanks for posting!

Unknown said... #

Hi!!! This recipe came out amazing... I used a little more than a pound of Kirkland turkey a 14 oz bag of pepperidge farm stuffing and also for the gravy I prepared a brown gravy mix with water used cream of mushroom since that is what I had and mixed in a 3/4 cup of milk. I also topped with a small can of French fried onions the last five minutes of baking. Also with these changes it made about 20 roll ups which feeds a ton since these are so filling!!!!!

Unknown said... #

I made this for the third time tonight. I didnt have any turkey but I had a lot of ham, so I used the ham instead. It still tasted really good.

Anonymous said... #

chank you 4 the inspirational advice on cooking the greatest idea eveeeeerrrrr. chanks again

Denise said... #

My husband and I were married back in 1993. We went with a brand new caterer who was willing to offer something other than the traditional wedding buffet fare. These were on her menu and they were such a hit!!! Today I make them with my own homemade dressing. I also do the rollups and vacuum seal them and use them as freezer meals. Defrost in a baking dish, add gravy and bake covered.

Anonymous said... #

This would be great for a quick RV meal that the grandkids can help with. Simple but delish....

Anonymous said... #

I have also done these using ham slices. Instead of gravy, I use a cheese sauce or diluted cheddar soup. Delicious !

Unknown said... #

Can this be frozen after its made? If i make a big batch can i maybe freeze the rest

Anonymous said... #

Made these many times to take to Church dinners. But I use cream of mushroom soup to give it a little extra flavor and to make it easier I use the Heinz gravy in a jar. I also cut each roll in half because taking to a carry-in dinner people like smaller portions and makes 20 portions. Also can be made the day before, refrigerated until ready to heat. Great for carry-in or home.

Unknown said... #

I have one packet of turkey gravy mix but I have lots of chicken gravy will that work?

Debbie said... #

@holly rheachal....YES! just use the one turkey, one packet of chicken and if you have cream of mushroom otherwise cream of chicken will work too. I've been making these for years, so quick and delish.
Stealing ideas from Roulade....(I cook bacon til just done. I lay the bacon down on the inside of turkey slices, add a little cranberry relish, then preheated stuffing) then top with the above gravy/cream soup and bake for only 20 minutes since stuffing and gravy/soup was already hot. So so so good. Thanksgiving in a roll!

Unknown said... #

I added cranberry sauce inside. Omg was it fantastic

Anonymous said... #

I want to make these for a senior luncheon can I make them the night before and pour the gravy on last minute or can I pour the gravy on at the same time and stick them in the fridge the night before

Rena Bentley Inmon said... #

This sounds awesome. Gonna try it for Thanksgiving since its just me, my son and granddaughter. Also sounds great for seniors (or anyone) that live alone.