Recipe by sal
"So easy to make, these bite sized wraps filled with turkey, cream cheese and veggies are a great way to fill up an appetizer tray - and your hungry guests' bellies."
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12 (10 inch)
1 (8 ounce) package
1 (6 ounce) package
sliced deli-style turkey
This is the easiest recipe. You can spice it up however you want. I made 3 variations: 1 with roast beef, mozerella cheese, and mixed the cream cheese w. dry french onion dip (to taste); one with ham, mozerella cheese, lettuce, and mixed c.c. with dry italian (to taste), and lastly turkey, carrots, lettuce and mixed c.c. with ranch to taste. WERE A HIT. either refrigerate overnight then cut, or use toothpicks!
I'm really not sure what all the hype about these are. I give it maybe a 2 out of 5. These didn't wow me at all. Also, did NOT like the suggestion from the gal rated 'most helpful' to add french onion mix to cream cheese for a roast beef option. Tasted SUPER processed, not fresh. Not sure about the one with ham. Was looking for a really good wrap to bring as a picnic item to Napa Valley, unfortunately did NOT find it with this recipe. Sorry... :(
This is great appetizer to serve. I did make some changes to make it a little bit more tasty. I added the Ranch Seasoning to the cheese as others suggested. I also omited the carrots and lettuce and instead used shreeded cabbage to make it crispier and diced green onions for a kick. I also seasoned with salt and pepper. I also used roma tomatoes and took out the seeds. It wasnt soggy at all. And make sure to warm tortillas in microwave. This way they wont crack when you roll them up.
I used 10 burrito size tortilla shells. Made one batch as the recipe is written. A little bland for my family's taste. Very good if eaten right away so lettuce doesn't wilt and tomato liquid doesn't penetrate tortilla too much. I'm not fond of soggy bread stuffs. The second batch I added 1/3 cup sour cream, 2t garlic powder, 1T chopped chives and 1t dried cilantro to the cream cheese. I used roma tomatoes (used only the meat of the tomato not the seeds and liquid.) These changes made my family happy by adding a tastier flavor to the cream cheese and preventing the tortilla from getting too soggy with the tomato seeds and liquid. I will be making these again with my modifications. Thanks for a great idea, Joan.
Rather than an appetizer I will make these for lunch. They are great and I will just throw in what I have in the fridge. If you make as is, they are a little bland. I would recommend mixing some powdered ranch into the cream cheese.
I made these to serve after church service and those people went crazy for them -- even asked if I had more hidden in the kitchen. Changes I made: I used prepackaged shredded lettuce, I added a sprinkling of seasoning salt to the cream cheese, and I omitted the tomato. I also added some finely shredded Mexican cheese blend on top of the shredded lettuce. Delicious, different, portable and easy. Thanks so much Joan!
I loved the idea! I have had this type of wrap but never knew the spread. I used others ideas and added the Ranch dip/dressing seasoning package to the cream cheese! Excellent!! I didn't have any trouble rolling them, I placed all the ingredients to one side and the cream cheese sealed them nicely. NO Toothpicks needed! Just be sure to spread the cream cheese mixture over the whole tortilla! Thanks for sharing a great lunch or party idea!
Great for lunch - I mixed in a little dry ranch seasoning mix with some light cream cheese - YUM!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Easy Snack Wraps
Serving Size: 1/60 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 60
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 23
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