Try This High Protein Lunch Option…

Turkey Wrap

Try this delicious Turkey wrap with cranberries and your choice of veges

If you need a healthy lunch on the go, this recipe will fit the bill perfectly.

Turkey is an excellent source of lean protein and with the added vegetables, you’ll be feeling satisfied until late afternoon.

Spinach provides a wealth of nutrition including a number of antioxidants as well as vitamin K, folic acid, iron, and B vitamins.

The whole wheat wrap also adds some complex carbohydrates, making this a perfect snack to have when you have a busy day ahead.

It’ll keep you well energized, but you won’t have to worry about crashing a few hours post-meal.

Finally apples add some extra sweetness and crunch, while also adding more fibre to this recipe.

Apples contain a special type of fibre called pectin, which is especially good for combating hunger.

Optional Additions

If desired, feel free to add some walnuts or slivered almonds if you wish to increase the fat content of this recipe.

Likewise, if you happen to be using a gluten free or low carb diet plan, you can instead use lettuce wraps with this recipe or boil some collard greens and use them as the wrap instead.

Doing so will decrease the calorie content, while also adding additional antioxidants.

Recipe Snapshot:
Sugar Free – No
Gluten Free –No
Dairy Free – No
Grain Free – No
Protein – High
Carbs – High
Fats – Low

Sweet Turkey Wraps Recipes

Makes 2 servings.

170g ground turkey breast meat
½ tbsp. olive oil
2 tbsp. fat free mayonnaise
1 tbsp. white vinegar
1 tbsp. Stevia
2 tbsp. dried cranberries
1 sliced green apple
½ sliced cucumber
1 cup spinach leaves
2 small whole wheat wraps

In a bowl, combine together the mayonnaise, vinegar, and stevia.  Set aside.  Chop up turkey breast into small, bite sized chunks and then mix with dressing.  Stir in the cranberries.

Spoon onto a whole wheat soft tortilla and then top with spinach leaves, cucumber, and apple slices.

Wrap up and serve.