Roasted Red Pepper Gluten-Free Turkey Wrap

In order to stay on track with one of my goals I have prepped some foods including cutting up vegetables, bagging snacks in appropriate portions, and preparing my lunch for tomorrow. In the past I have found the most success on not going out to eat by preparing a meal plan and pre-making as much of my food as possible. You can find recipes for this weeks meal plan here.

I had a long night at the gym so I was a little short on time but I was able to whip together this quick and easy gluten-free turkey wrap for tomorrow’s lunch weighing in at less than 300 calories per serving! I have mine chilling in the fridge; ready for me to take to work tomorrow.

Note* – I recently found out this particular wrap is not gluten-free. Sorry for the misinformation! If you would like a gluten-free option. Rudi’s makes a gluten-free spinach tortilla.

Roasted Red Pepper Gluten-Free Turkey Wrap Recipe

 Ingredients
1 sheet California Lavash spinach wrap (Again,  if you would like a gluten-free option. Rudi’s makes a gluten-free spinach tortilla.)
1 slice Boar’s Head havarti w/jalapeno cream cheese
4 oz Boar’s Head low sodium turkey breast
3 tbs Sabra roasted red pepper hummus
1-2 cups baby spinach (preference)
1/2 cup orange bell pepper

Directions
Lay wrap lengthwise horizontally in front of you. Spread hummus evenly across wrap. Layer on spinach, turkey, cheese and bell pepper. Roll wrap firmly up being careful not to tear the wrap. Slice completed wrap in half. Enjoy!

Notes:
Makes 2 servings. Serving size: 1/2 wrap. 265 Calories. 21 grams of protein, 11 grams of fat, and 23 grams of carbs. (Calculations based on MFP)

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10 comments

  1. Ashley says:

    That looks so refreshing and super simple to make. I would rather make my own wrap than waste half my lunch in the Chickfila line. Definitely adding it to my meal plan!

    • Heather says:

      I purchased the lavash wrap at Kroger. I believe the brand was California. You can usually find them in the organic section or check at your local whole foods store.

    • Heather says:

      Wow they have it posted as a gluten-free product at the store. I’ll have to pay more attention to the ingredient last next time. I do know that Rudi’s has a gluten-free spinach tortilla that would make a good substitute. Thanks for the heads up!

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