Thursday, June 9, 2011

Turkey Roll Wraps

So I am titling this recipe Turkey Roll Ups cause that is normally the meat that I use in these. However, I had some leftover rotisserie chicken and it worked perfect in these wraps!  These made for such a simple and light lunch. This recipe is very versatile too. You could use ham, turkey, or chicken, or if you are a vegetarian, then you could just use some of your favorite veggies. You can also switch up the cream cheese flavors and seasonings too. 

Really the skies are the limit with these little roll up wraps! 

2 Burrito sized Flour Tortillas
4 Tbsp. Cream Cheese (I just use original but you could use any flavor)
1-1/2 cup Shredded Chicken (or you can just use turkey or ham lunch meat)
1 cup Cherry Tomatoes (sliced in half lengthwise)
Couple pieces of Iceberg Lettuce
Seasonings such as Salt, Pepper, & Garlic Salt

Take the tortillas and spread 2 Tbsp. of the cream cheese evenly over the tortilla.  I lightly sprinkled some seasonings over the top to give it a kick of flavor. Next, layer the meat then tomatoes, then lettuce. 

Next, you are going to carefully roll up the tortilla as tight as you can.  Carefully cut each wrap into 5 different pieces.  If needed, place a toothpick right down the center to hold it in place. (just make sure to remove ALL toothpicks before eating)


  1. Hi Muriel,
    Super recipe - great for lunchboxes - thanks for lovely idea

  2. YUM! I love any kind of a wrap. These ones sound great, especially with cream cheese inside! : )

  3. Perfect! I'm going to try this for lunch :)
    Haley @ The Girly Girl Cooks

  4. I adore wraps and yours look delish!

  5. Hi Muriel! Thanks so much for your comment on Yummy Mummy! Your blog is so so so cute! I'm now following :) And I love wraps too! Come link up to the linky party and show 'em off!

  6. I love these!!!! They would be great for a picnic! I love how you used cream cheese in them!

  7. the nails =)

  8. Thanks Val! Don't you just love how my nailpolish is always chipped! What is my deal? Ha ha :)

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