Turkey & Stuffing Roll Ups

   Things have been turned a little upside down in our house the last few days. My hubby was injured pretty badly on his dirt bike last weekend. Sunday morning I got the phone call I always dread, when he goes out riding with his friends. Long story short, he went off a jump and wasnt able to clear the landing. He flipped over his bike and was knocked out cold. He broke the left side of his collar bone, and his right wrist. So he's pretty much out of commission. I've had to literally feed and bathe him. It's like having another baby in the house, but I dont mind it one bit. I am just so thankful he's alive and okay.

   I have planned lots of yummy home cooking to nurse him back to health with! These yummy Turkey & Stuffing Roll Ups were the first on our menu. I saw them over on my friend Tina's blog, Mommy's Kitchen! I just love her blog. It is chock full of delicious, down home cooking ideas. These Roll Ups were fantastic and so easy to prepare. They were like enjoying a small Thanksgiving dinner, without all the fuss. We had them for leftovers for lunch the next day and they were just as great!

Turkey & Stuffing Roll Ups

1 pound sliced Oven Roasted Turkey Breast (good quality)
1 (5 oz) package of Stuffing Mix ( turkey or cornbread flavored) or use homemade
2 packets Turkey Gravy mix
1 can Cream of Chicken Soup
2 cups Water

Prepare stuffing mix according to package directions. Prepare gravy by dumping gravy packets into a medium-sized sauce pan. Mix in water and cream of chicken soup. Stir well and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low and let simmer for a couple minutes until thickened.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spoon 1/4 cup of stuffing onto each turkey slice. Roll up and place seam side down in a greased 9x13 glass baking pan. Repeat with all turkey slices. Pour about 1 cup of gravy over the turkey rolls. Cover tightly with foil and bake for 30 minutes, or until hot and bubbly.

Serve with mashed potatoes, veggies and remaining gravy. Enjoy!

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Helen @Helen's Cooking said...

Amazeful, you rock my world with these I love this recipe!!!!! will cook tonite

Jennifer said...

First of all, get well soon wishes for your husband. I hope he recovers as quickly as possible. How scary! But glad he is ok.

I love comfort food and this certainly fits that bill. I've been thinking about Thanksgiving turkey dinner recently and tried out a casserole recipe involving turkey and stuffing. Need to post that recipe soon. Your post today reminded me of it.

Thanks for sharing this recipe. It looks quick and easy...my favorite! I'll have to give this one a try for my family :)


Donna said...

Holly,Hope your husband recovers soon! Had to laugh at this recipe. I'm a lot older. About 20 years or more ago I was trying to stretch my budget and "invented" these. Now they are popular. This has happened several times with other dishes.But it's good to see a good thing back again! I still make these. Thanks.

Aimee said...

Glad to hear hubby is on the mend. I love turkey and stuffing, this looks like an easy yet yummy dinner. Thanks for sharing!
As a side note, my 7yr old broke her collarbone last year..Ouch!

Mandy said...

I am glad to hear Kale is ok! Scary for you I'm sure. These look so good! I can't wait for Thanksgiving and these let you taste it any time of the year! I love Tina!

Nicole@HeatOvenTo350 said...

How scary for you! I'm glad your husband is okay. Hope he can heal quickly. I love this idea of a thanksgiving meal all rolled into one.

Joyce said...

Hope he recovers quickly.Your a great wife to feed him such lovely meals. Enjoying your blog very much. Keep up the great work.

kitchen flavours said...

Hope your hubby gets well soon!
That is lovely meal. Looks delicious! Take care!

Carolinaheartstrings said...

So sorry about the accident. So very glad he will be okay. This recipe looks fantastic. The best part of thanksgiving in a neat little package.

Siggy Spice said...

Hope the hubs feels better soon :) I have been meaning to make these! Thanks for reminding me, lol!

claire said...

sorry to hear about the accident! hope he feels better soon (and with dinners like this there is no doubt he will be back 100% in no time)!

Muriel Miller said...

Holly I am so behind! I am so sorry to hear about your husbands accident! I hope he is getting better! You are such a sweet wife to nurse him back to health and with such delicious food too! He is one Lucky guy :)

Mary said...

Holly, I am so sorry to hear about your husband's accident. I'm glad he is doing better now. What a nightmare. He's blessed to have such a sweet wife cooking great food for him while he is recovering.

Melly2 said...

This recipe is soooooo good! My husband says to be sure and tell you a big thank you for a super wonderful meal! We had your taco bake last week and it was just yummy too :)