Recipe by Rochelle T.
"These light and tasty wraps are great for lunch, or slice them smaller and they make wonderful party appetizers or great little after-school snacks."
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1 (8 ounce) package
cream cheese with chives
6 (8 inch)
whole wheat tortillas
1 1/2 cups
finely shredded iceberg lettuce
thinly sliced deli turkey
shredded Swiss cheese
tomato, seeded and diced
bacon, cooked and crumbled
Delicious wrap sandwich! Perfect for lunch on the go! I cut the recipe in half so I'd have one and my husband could take the rest to work. I didn't have cream cheese with chives, so I used lite cream cheese and added my own fresh chives. I decreased the dijon a bit (2 tsp.) and used flour tortillas. I also used a smoked deli turkey and sliced swiss cheese vs. shredded. The addition of the bacon and avocado took this over the top! The flavor combinations in this wrap are simply perfect! You could easily substitute another kind of cheese, but I love swiss. My husband loves bacon so he definitely gave it the thumbs up!
This recipe turned out a little dry for my liking. But I didn't use as much dressing as I could have. For the dressing I used 2tablespoons of plain Greek yogurt with a dash each of lime juice, onion powder, garlic powder and chives. Overall they were delicious and felt healthy:)
These were yummy. I wanted to make these freezer friendly so I made a couple of substitutions.. instead of reg toamtoes, I used sun dried and instead of lettuce , I sauted up some broccoli slaw. I left out the avocado. I stuck everything in a wrap, froze them and then took them to work. The bacon makes these yum!
Wheat tortilla was wonderful. A little to mustard for me. Added fine chopped onion and no bacon for taste and keep the fats down. Will eat again.
I made these for a Birthday party and I cut them in 1" pieces for an appetizer. I had a few of my girlfriends ask for the recipe. They have since joined this website for more recipes and tips. I made them again for my kids lunchbox. They are picky eaters and my 16 yr. old LOVED them!!! I made them with low fat chive and onion cream cheese and low fat swiss cheese. I also added some finely chopped sweet onion as well for extra flavour. I loved the combination of the dijon mustard and cream cheese. Next time I may use turkey bacon instead of regular bacon to cut even more fat. I really liked the avacado and I am wondering if cucumber might be a nice addition as well....This has been added to my recipe box!!!
I was a little scepticle of the dijon mustard mixed with chive cream cheese but it was good. Spinach tortilla are a must so is the bacon and avocado. I would like to try this with a more flavorful cheese like havartee. This would be fantastic with "real" turkey instead of deli.
I will be making this again and again. I followed the directions almost exactly. I substituted low fat cream cheese with chives instead of regular, and used turkey bacon. Also, I didn't have swiss, so I used low fat colby jack slices that I broke into pieces. These substitutions made it a little healthier and so delicious I am thinking about when I can make them again. My husband loved them too and thought they were better than any wrap he's had before.
would give 5 but I added red onion and thinly sliced carrots for more flavor and color......it was tasty :0)
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 252
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