Healthy Cranberry Turkey Wraps

2 wraps
5 min

I've desperately been craving all things Fall. I'm ready already to decorate my front porch with jack-o-lanterns and enjoy all the pumpkin spice lattes. Luckily, I heard the latter will be available in just a few short days!

Here in Arizona, the temperatures outside definitely do not feel like Fall yet. Not even a little bit. We're still having triple digits days more often than not. So, my desire to eat and drink Fall foods is tempered by my absolute lack of desire to turn on my oven. My healthy cranberry turkey wraps satisfy my craving for Fall flavors, but they require zero cooking. Woohoo!

It's a super easy recipe to use for meal prepping too. Make several wraps ahead of time, wrap them tightly in plastic wrap and eat within the next 4 days.

Healthy Cranberry Turkey Wraps
Recipe details
  • 2  wraps
  • Prep time: 5 Minutes Cook time: 0 Minutes Total time: 5 min
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  • 2 10-inch whole wheat tortillas
  • 4 tbsps of canned whole berry cranberry sauce
  • 1 medium tomato, sliced
  • 2 single cut leaves of butter leaf lettuce
  • 4 slices Swiss cheese (about 3oz)
  • 6 slices of oven roasted turkey breast (about 6 oz)

Wash the fresh produce. Halve and thinly slice the tomato. Open the jar of cranberry sauce.
Microwave the first tortilla for about 15 seconds to make it easier to roll after assembly. In the middle of the tortilla, place two tbsps of whole berry cranberry sauce. On top of the cranberry sauce, place two slice of Swiss cheese (about 1.5 oz). Layer three turkey slices on top (about 3 oz) of the Swiss cheese. Place 2-3 tomato slices on top of the turkey and then top with a leaf of butter lettuce. Fold in one side and roll tightly to wrap. Repeat steps with second tortilla. Cut wraps in half and enjoy.
  • For a sturdier wrap, wrap the assembled tortilla in plastic wrap and refrigerate for 15 minutes before serving.
  • Remember to put the lettuce on last to keep the tomato from getting your tortilla wrap soggy, if making ahead for meal prepping.