Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Smoked Turkey Cobb Wrap

Summer is in full swing around these parts and I am loving the warm weather.  Most of the time anyway.  

And I am busy, busy, busy.  I am exactly 5 days away from leaving for Girls Camp that I have been planning for 8 months.  Everything is in order (hallelujah!!) it's just a matter of going through everything 50 times so I make sure I don't forget anything and everything is covered.

And buying all the food--but we have a couple days before we need to do that.  

Because of poor kids and husband get whatever Mom feels like and whatever is fast.  This wrap was absolutely fantastic.  It was perfect for summer (no oven required) and delicious.  The hubs and I loaded ours with veggies and the kids thought the bacon and turkey were amazing.  It was an easy, yummy dinner.

Smoked Turkey Cobb Wrap

(click here for printable version)

* This is the ingredients for 1 wrap.  If you are making more just multiply it out.  Also don't be afraid to get creative on your different kinds of wraps.  The possibilities are endless.

1 tbsp cream cheese, light or regular
1 12-inch tortilla or wrap
2 leaves green or romaine lettuce
4-5 slices thinly sliced smoked turkey
4 thin slices tomato
1 large egg, hard-boiled and sliced
4 thin slices red onion
1/2 avocado, seeded and thinly sliced
3 strips cooked bacon, regular or turkey bacon

1.  Spread the cream cheese evenly over the tortilla. Place the lettuce down the center of the tortilla. Arrange the turkey over the lettuce. Layer the tomato, egg, onion and avocado over the turkey and top with the bacon. Roll up tightly and slice in half diagonally. Serve immediately.  Enjoy!

Source: Mel's Kitchen Cafe
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