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Baked Turkey Egg Rolls

Baked Turkey Egg Rolls are a delicious dinnertime side dish or a great option for any party!  Baking them in the oven results in a crispy crunch without having to deep fry them.  These would also make a great air fryer option as well.

These Baked Turkey Egg Rolls are part of a sponsored post with Honest Turkey by Honeysuckle White.   All opinions are my own.

Baked Turkey Egg Rolls

One unintended consequence (actually benefit) of having children is that we eat out a lot less often than when it was just the two of us.   I do miss the occasional treat of not having to make our dinner, but I can’t say I really miss eating out all the time.  It took a little getting used to, but it makes me feel great that we can eat our favorite meals healthier at home.  One thing that we love to eat as a family is Asian inspired meals and I am always glad to experiment with new Asian inspired recipes.

These Baked Turkey Egg Rolls are so yummy that we never miss the take out version!  My kids even say they prefer the baked version.  That’s a real win for me!

Baked Turkey Egg Rolls

These are also great for gatherings or large families because it’s easy to make a large batch of them and serve them later.  These are also great to freeze and heat them up again for an amazing side dish.

Baked Turkey Egg Rolls

I like to pack my egg rolls with lots of veggies and lean meat.  Ground turkey is the perfect meat for these egg rolls and I was excited to see that our stores carried the Honest Turkey ground turkey by Honeysuckle White in our Tulsa Walmart stores.  Honest Turkey by Honeysuckle White is turkey raised with care by independent family farmers with no antibiotics and no added hormones or steroids.   This is exactly what I look for with any meat product and it’s great that I can now find it easily at Walmart.

Baked Turkey Egg Rolls

To make the egg rolls I sauté the veggies in one large pan and brown 1 pound of the Honest Turkey by Honeysuckle White in another pan.  Then I let everything cool down and that’s when the kids get to help!

Baked Turkey Egg Rolls

Now comes the rolling.  If you have a couple of people rolling it goes by fast.  This is such a great family recipe that you can get the whole family involved in (if you wish).

Baked Turkey Egg Rolls We like to serve our egg rolls with just a little bit of teriyaki sauce on the side and a bowl of rice with veggies.  These are SO good!  My kids had no problems gobbling them up.

Baked Turkey Egg Rolls

Have you ever tried Baked Turkey Egg Rolls?  I think you will love the fresh taste of these!  Be sure to check out Honest Turkey by Honeysuckle White which is available in 93 percent lean ground turkey and 99 percent lean ground turkey breast at Wal-Mart in select markets.

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Baked Turkey Egg Rolls

Baked Turkey Egg Rolls
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes


  • 1 cup shredded carrots
  • 2 cups shredded cabbage
  • 1 pound Ground Turkey (my suggestion is Honest Turkey by Honeysuckle White
  • 1 Tsp. minced ginger
  • 1 Tbsp. minced fresh garlic
  • 2 Tbsp. soy sauce
  • 1/2 cup chopped white onion
  • 1/4 cup chopped green onion
  • 1 24 count package egg roll wrappers
  • 1 egg beaten
  • 1 tsp. olive oil
  • 1 spray oil
  • 1 Tbsp. Rice Vinegar


  1. First prepare a large pan with 1 tsp. olive oil on medium high heat.  Add the white onions first and sauté them until transparent.  Then add the rest of the veggies, garlic, soy sauce, ginger, and green onion.  Cook on medium high heat until veggies are tender.  
  2. Meanwhile brown the turkey in a medium pan on medium high heat until well cooked.  Add the meat to the veggies when done and stir together.  This is the mixture that goes into the egg roll wrappers.  
  3. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Add a couple of Tbsp. of the mixture on the egg roll wrapper and then roll it up like a burrito. You can add a little egg wash to the tip to help it stick together. Spray the pan and the tops of the egg rolls with a non stick spray or a mist of oil. Then bake at 400 degrees F for around 15 minutes or until the egg roll wrappers have reached a golden brown.  Serve immediately or store in the fridge for up to two days (and then reheat to serve).  You can also make these ahead and store in the freezer for a couple of months and reheat to serve. 

Nutrition Information



Serving Size

1 grams

Amount Per Serving Unsaturated Fat 0g

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Friday 1st of May 2020

My kids LOVED these. They will be in regular rotation from now on. I missed the tip for serving with teriyaki sauce, will definitely try that next time. Kids didn't care but hubby and I wished for a little dipping flavor. We served these with rice, hoisin glazed asparagus and miso glazed baked carrots. Thanks for a great recipe.


Friday 1st of May 2020

oops, forgot to rate it. 5 stars!


Thursday 23rd of April 2020

The instructions don’t say anything about the egg and rice vinegar. Seems like the recipe is incomplete.


Thursday 4th of June 2020

The egg is used to seal the edge of the wrapper.

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