Turkey, Pesto and Sun-Dried Tomato Wrap
Packing lunches to take to work takes a lot of planning! When I’m getting ready in the morning before my hour-long commute, the last thing that I want to think about is “what should I fix and pack for lunch?”
Total chaos and frustration for me to think about one more thing in the morning!
And I am NOT a morning person!
Wraps are so easy to make with so many ingredient options and even easier to grab and go when made the night before. This Turkey, Pesto and Sun-Dried Tomato Wrap is one of my favorites. Here’s a link on making home-made basil pesto.
So pretty to look at. Lots of layers of flavor. And EASY!
I like to slice wraps on the diagonal to show more of the colorful ingredients in the layers.
I’ve made this Turkey, Pesto and Sun-Dried Tomato Wrap and I hope you enjoy it! As always, change out the ingredients to make something that you prefer more: chicken, refried beans, black beans, avocados, different varieties of cheeses, lettuce, etc.Print
Turkey, Pesto and Sun-Dried Tomato Wraps
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- Tortillas (I use ‘multi-grain’ or wheat)
- Cream cheese, softened, about 5 Tbsp per wrap
- Basil pesto, homemade or store-bought, about 2 Tbsp. per wrap
- Lettuce leaves, any variety
- sliced smoked turkey – 10 slices per wrap
- sun-dried tomatoes from a bag and not from a jar, about 2 Tbsp.
- salt and pepper
- garnish: chopped tomatoes
- Spread cream cheese on tortillas.
- Spread basil pesto on top of cream cheese.
- Lay several whole lettuce leaves on top next.
- Layer on turkey slices on top of the lettuce.
- Place sun-dried tomatoes on one end of the tortillas (which when rolled up will be in the center of wraps).
- Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste.
- Roll up each tortilla starting from the side where the sun-dried tomatoes were placed.
- Garnish with freshly diced tomatoes.
Easy, quick and so delicious! Love these wraps, Roz.
Thanks so much Angie for stopping by so early this morning! I can tell you’re definitely a morning person! I wish some of that would rub off on me!
I am SO glad to have you join us for Sunday Supper this week, Roz! Your wrap looks fantastic…as all your creations do! Beautifully done, my friend.
Good morning Liz! Well the scheduled post WORKED! YAY! Thanks for the welcome to my first Sunday Supper! I’ll be right over!
I am a morning person and I get frustrated with planning lunches – whether to eat at home or take with me for later. Your wrap sounds perfect Roz and so healthy and colorful too.
This is one of the more healthy recipes that is so easy to make, Sam. I can tell that you’re a morning person; wish I was!
wow that wrap sounds really tasty! I got to try this one!
Thanks Claudia! It’s a hefty wrap too! I can only eat half!
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I love turkey and pesto together! What a great combo!!!
Nice to meet you Jennifer! I appreciate your visit and kind comment!
Haha, I am SOOO not a morning person either, so I feel your pain! Great recipe though, and easy for morning prep 🙂
Too funny Nichole, that you understand how the non-morning peeps like us function in the wee hours of the day!
I love wraps, the are so versatile and portable!
Hi Conni! So nice to meet you through SS! I love your roll-ups too!
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So simple, but so delicious, I love it. I really need to make up a batch of pesto. This would be a great lunch for me to bring to work.
Hi Lane, thanks for your visit! Nice to meet you! I just love, love, love the hummus recipe that you shared today too!
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Love this combo, Roz for lunch or snacks!
Thanks Cindy! I’ll be over to visit!
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I don’t miss packing lunches but I’m pretty sure if I had to, this wrap would be in it.
You lucky woman! I look forward to no longer taking lunch to work!
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What a beautiful blog, and lovely recipe! I agree on needing something simple for lunch, and wraps are perfect! Can’t wait to try this delicious combination.
You are so kind to say that Diana! Thank you so much! Nice to meet you too!
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I also would make and pack my lunches the night before. I would do anything I could to make it so I could sleep to the very last second. Now I don’t have to worry about that. I can make my lunch at home. Your wrap will be on my rotation. I love pesto and turkey. It’s a fantastic combo.
You’re so right Renee! Every second of extra zzzzz’s in the morning just makes my day! Thanks for stopping by!
those look spectacular!
Thanks Sarah, they have a great flavor combination that almost everyone would enjoy! Thanks for your kindness!
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Love the idea of the basil pesto in there, YUM!! What a great lunchbox that would make!!!
Thanks so much Tara! The pesto really does elevate the flavor!
Wraps are so easy and convenient. This recipes sounds absolutely wonderful, from the pesto to the sun-dried tomatoes. I’m going to have to give it a try!
Thank Alida, If you do try it and even if you adjust it to your taste preferences, please let me know what you think! Thanks for your visit!
Smoked turkey and pesto. That sounds good! Wish I had some sun-dried tomatoes, I’d be making this tomorrow!
The sun-dried tomatoes really do add a lovely flavor twist to this! Thanks for stopping by!
The wraps look delicious Roz and I’m really glad not having to worry about a work lunch.
I would love to win the lottery and not have to work too Larry! Enjoy your retirement!
Sun dried tomatoes AND pesto! These sound delicious!
Thanks Sarah! They’re pretty flavorful and super easy! A great combination!
I hear ya Roz, it does take some planning ahead when making food to bring to work. I love your turkey wrap with pesto – so healthy too. Who doesn’t like pesto ? right ? Thanks for adding more links for sandwiches and wraps, I definitely need more ideas when it comes to making lunch for my husband these days.
Thanks you two Charleston gals!
I’m a morning person, but lunches always drove me crazy when I worked. Your turkey wraps are perfect and I will be making this soon since we are eating a lot of turkey now!
I just visited your blog Pam, and am saving your recipe for the turkey burgers too! I now only eat turkey sausage in the morning and in all of my sandwiches and wraps. I can’t wait to try your burgers!
These look so good, Roz! I love every ingredient in them. I would never have thought of putting pesto and sun-dried tomatoes together, but it sounds wonderful. Do you mind if I ask, where in the grocery store you find sun-dried tomatoes in a bag? I have only seen them in jars packed in oil. Thank you for the great recipe. I hope to make them soon!
HI Shari, Thanks for your compliment! I found the dry sun-dried tomatoes in a bag similar to what raisins and drired cranberries come in. I think I picked these up at WalMart in the produce section. But I like using dry sun-dried tomatoes because they give a nice chewy bite to things and aren’t so ‘slimey’. I hope that you can find them! Let me know.
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I’m not a morning person, too and I wouldn’t be able to prepare anything when I wake up early in the morning. Only the breakfast in the weekend… but in that case I don’t wake up so early… 🙂
I think your idea is a perfect street or office food.
Have a nice week!!
Grazie mille Ilaria! You are so kind! I would love to eat like Italians in the morning — a simple espresso with delicious sweet pastry! So much lighter!
perfect for on the go. They look delicious and so versatile
Hi Jessica, you sure got that right!
A wonderful idea for lunch, Roz! Your wraps are so pretty with all of the delicious colors showing through.
Thanks so much Susan! I always appreciate your visits!
Wow, does that ever look tasty. I am a morning person, so I am pretty frisky when getting ready for my day. It’s later on that I fade. This seems like the perfect thing for me to make for lunch. I bet it would prevent my afternoon coma! Thanks!
I’d love to be a morning person Adri, but raised in a family with an Italian dinner (only) ristorante, and simply adjusted to late nights until 2 AM!
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