THIS.WAS.AMAZING. Words cannot even begin to express my love for these Bacon Ranch Turkey Wraps. Salty bacon, roasted turkey, smooth American cheese, creamy ranch dressing, and crunchy lettuce, tomatoes, and onions all rolled up into a low calorie, high fiber for a wrap for just 6 Points ?!?!? YES!!!!!

Not only were they easy and super quick to make, but they were unbelievably delicious. Everything about this wrap worked perfectly together. I just took the idea of a BLT and altered it a bit to make it more Weight Watchers friendly.

I use Flatout flatbreads a lot when I’m making wraps because they are absolutely the perfect texture and taste for it. If you aren’t tracking Points, feel free to use any kind of wrap you’d like and use the full-fat American cheese – the taste is slightly better.

And if you want to shave off another Point or two, you could make this with turkey bacon instead of the regular bacon, but I’d advise against that and encourage you to spend the Points with the real bacon. It’s such a big player in this dish that it doesn’t quite taste the same as the turkey bacon. If you like BLT’s, then this Bacon Ranch Turkey Wrap will blow your mind. Enjoy!

Bacon Ranch Turkey Wrap

Heaven on a plate, these low calorie wraps are a Weight Watchers dream. Easy to make, and mouthwateringly delicious, this is one wrap recipe that you’ll want to make again and again.


  • 4 Flatout Light Original flatbreads
  • 8 slices bacon (I used THIS kind)
  • 8 oz roasted turkey deli meat
  • 4 slices fat free American cheese (I used Kraft brand)
  • 1 tomato, thinly sliced
  • Red onion slices
  • 1/4 cup light ranch dip or dressing (I used Kraft Reduced Fat Ranch Dressing)
  • Iceberg or Romaine lettuce


  1. Spread ranch dressing all over the center of the flatbread.
  2. Top with turkey, bacon, lettuce, cheese, onion, and tomatoes. Fold the sides in, and then roll up.

Preparation time: 10 minute(s)

Cooking time:

Diet tags: Low calorie, Reduced fat, High protein

Entire recipe makes 4 wraps
Serving size is 1 wrap
Each serving = 6 Points*
*based only on ingredients that have an SP Freestyle value

PER SERVING: 351 calories; 16g fat; 4.5g saturated fat; 57mg cholesterol; 1287mg sodium; 24.5g carbohydrates; 10g fiber; 3.5g sugars; 30g protein


  1. I was wondering if this recipe could be made the night before? I’m afraid it might be soggy the next day, but I don’t have time to put it together in the morning. Any thoughts? It sounds delicious!

  2. I would try Bolthouse Greek yogurt Ranch Dressing. You find it in the refrigerated section by the bagged lettuce. It is low fat and low calorie, I believe it is 1 point for 2 TBLS and it tastes AMAZING, like the real thing! Greek Yogurt cream cheese is also the bomb!

  3. Pam Bodkin Reply

    I loved this wrap! Next time I think I will use 7 slices pepperoni (1 point) instead of bacon and 1 WW mozzarella sticks for a change in flavor! May work out to be lower points? Thank you for posting original recipe!

  4. I love your site and your recipes! I’ve tried a few and can’t wait to try more. I just don’t see how this recipe is only 6 points plus. When I count it, I keep getting 7 Points+.
    For each wrap:
    The light flatout is 2
    The turkey is most likely 1
    The bacon is 2 (for two slices)
    The dressing is 1
    The cheese is 1.

    Even when I put all the ingredients including the veggies into the WW recipe builder and divide by 4 servings, I keep getting 7 Points + for each wrap.

    What am I missing?


    • LaaLoosh Reply

      I added up all the nutritional info for all the ingredients, then divided by the number of servings. Then I entered that data into my WW calculator. I never use the WW Recipe Builder because often the data is inaccurate, as some basic ingredients can vary in the nutritional info, depending on the brand. So to get the most accurate Points, it’s always best to add up the info for each ingredient and then divide by the number of servings. Do not add up the Points of the ingredients….add up the nutritional info. Hope that helps!

  5. What type of bacon was used? There does not appear to be a link. Thanks!

    • I always use turkey bacon and instead of the flat bread I used the low carb wraps.

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