Turkey Ranch Club Wrap

Turkey Ranch Club Wraps. Simple easy  healthy recipe you can throw together in a bout 20 minutes. Less than 5 minutes if the bacon is cooked ahead of time. Yep that's right BACON!!


Would you like to  know what I love more that having a
freezer stock full of healthy mealsSuper simple recipes I can just throw together when I want something easy or when menu planning does not go as planned.

I made these wraps a couple Saturdays ago when I had bacon leftover from the  breakfast sandwiches I put together. It was close to lunchtime so my mind instantly went to club sandwiches.  My husband loves anything with bacon but he especially takes a special liking to turkey clubs.

At first I got a little nervous because we were out of bread. Then I found, in the back of my fridge, a couple of Flatout wraps. Perfect! After another quick scan I saw the ranch yogurt dressing. I knew we were about to have a very yummilicious lunch.These wraps, at only 307 calories, are incredibly satisfying. If you have a BLT or club lover in your family then you must make these.

You should have seen my husband’s eyes light up when I brought these wraps out. I am positive the excitement he has for bacon is not normal –  but it sure is cute.

5.0 from 4 reviews
Turkey Ranch Club Wrap
 
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Recipe type: Sandwiches
Cuisine: American
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • 1 Flatout Wrap (I used the multi-grain with flax)
  • 2 ounce of smoked turkey (I used Plainville)
  • ½ slice sharp american cheese
  • 2 slices cooked bacon** (I use Applegate farms)
  • 1 tablespoon Ranch yogurt dressing (I use Wegman's brand)
  • 2 tomato slices
  • Romaine lettuce (you could also use baby spinach)
Instructions
  1. Spread ranch dressing over the center of wrap. Add turkey, cheese, bacon, tomato, and romaine.
  2. Fold sides in and then roll up.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 wrap Calories: 307 Fat: 16 Carbohydrates: 23 WW Points +: 9 Fiber: 9 Protein: 29

 

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Comments

  1. cecilia randon says:

    this wrap is almost like chick-fil-a

  2. neurotic mom says:

    These look awesome I have been craving one of these since I saw the post 2 days ago!! Definitely on the menu in the very near future! Wegmans brand? If you don’t mind me asking what state are you in? I lived in Buffalo, NY for all my life up till 5 years ago and one thing I miss the most is my Wegmans!!! NOTHING compares to it out here in CA.

  3. Thank you for this! I’ve been looking for something that’s easy, yummy and feels like a treat (even though it’s healthy). This was so good. Now I’m mad I have to eat lunch out tomorrow because I want this again!

  4. I used laughing cow and real bacon crumbs-yummy also

  5. if anyone in CA wants to know where to find wegmans, I’ve seen it at sprouts. can’t wait to try this! thank you so much for sharing!

  6. This is on the menu for sure! You can make your own yogurt ranch dressing. 1 cup of Greek yogurt, 1 package of hidden valley ranch dressing mix (not the dip mix). Mix together and add a little milk until you get the consistenity you want. Store in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. Thanks for the yummy recipe!

  7. I made these with spinach and turkey bacon – awesome!

  8. Thanks for sharing this on Pinterest! I’m glad I found ou!

  9. I did find this through Pinterest and I cant wait to make this and check out some more of your recipes!

  10. Saw this on Pinterest a few days ago and I’ve been craving it ever since. All I needed was the wraps! I got those at the grocery store today and just got home and devoured it! I also just used plain ranch dressing. Had to come back here and say thanks for posting this, it was delicious! I’m 12 weeks pregnant, and it’s been so hard to find things that look appetizing right now, but this definitely hit the spot. And so quick and easy!

  11. so love these kinds of foods. Do you have recipe of that flatout wrap? I made it once (first time). It still tasted good but it was hard to chew 🙁

    • The flatout wrap was hard to chew? You can use any wrap you like just keep an eye on the calories.

  12. I’ve made something similar to this, but used Laughing Cow as the cheese.

  13. If you leave off the bacon and cheese what would the calorie number be then?

  14. Can you freeze these without putting on lettuce or tomato ?

    A

  15. Can you use a regular wheat tortilla or is there a difference between the two? Do you have to warm the tortilla any?

  16. This. Was. AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I used a sundried tomato wrap and it was over the top. So, so, so good!

  17. Wow delicious wraps

  18. Question,

    How do you keep these for a week? Do you put them in the fridge? Or do you freeze them? Do you pre-assemble them?

  19. Can you make this and leave it in the fridge over night and still good for lunch the next day? Or does it have to be made and are right then?

  20. Ryleigh Morton says:

    This was so amazing make this for your kids lunch and you will get full so quickly it’s great

  21. Thansk for sharing this wonderful recipe.M

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