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Friday, March 8, 2013

Turkey Spinach Wraps

My family love wraps. I almost always have tortillas on hand - and I'm not sure why, but my kiddos seem to think that a wrap is better than a sandwich - even if they have the exact same things on them! Weird, I know. 

Even though this is a "recipe", I am not posting this so much for that reason. I think it's easy to get into a "lunch or dinner slump" ... and spend weeks eating sandwiches because they're easy and convenient. Nothing against sandwiches - I enjoy them too ... But sometimes, ya just gotta get funky and switch things up a bit! Maybe it's something about the presentation that makes wraps so much more inviting? We enjoy lots of variations of our favorite sandwiches in a wrap ... and I'm hoping that if you're one of those people in that "slump", you'll give wraps a try!

They're also great for lunchboxes for school or work!

I believe the possibilities are endless! Happy wrapping, y'all! :)

Turkey Spinach Wraps by Love Bakes Good Cakes





Turkey Spinach Wraps
Printable recipe
Yield: 1 wrap

1 large tortilla (plain or flavored)
1-2 slices of Cheddar cheese
3-4 oz. turkey deli meat, thinly sliced
Baby spinach leaves, rinsed and patted dry
4-5 grape tomatoes, halved or quartered
Italian salad dressing

Microwave your tortilla for 15-20 seconds or until pliable. Lay it out on the counter and top with cheese, deli meat, spinach leaves, tomatoes and the desired amount of salad dressing. Roll up burrito-style and cut in half. Serve!

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3 comments:

  1. I don't particularly like sandwiches either, but I do like wraps. This one sounds yummy! Thanks for sharing!
    Sandy
    www.savardstudios.blogspot.com

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  2. My lunches usually look more like. . .a can of soup. I should give these a shot. :0)

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  3. Thank you for sharing your recipe on Foodie Friends Friday! This recipe looks very tasty...can't wait to give it a try on one of those nights I just don't feel like cooking.

    Kelly Wells {Adorned Well}
    co-host of Foodie Friends Friday Linky Party

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