Looking for an easy lunch or snack recipe? These Easy Turkey Wraps are one of our favorites - and our daughter's too! These are a perfect easy meal or after school snack.
This post is sponsored by Farm Rich, all opinions are my own. Their Mozzarella Sticks are the perfect crunchy addition to this wrap recipe!
We've been home - a lot - lately and my daughter is constantly looking for new lunch and snack ideas. Wraps are the perfect thing for kids because they're portable and easy to change up to their liking.
Kids can get bored of plain old turkey sandwiches - so why not change it up a little for their next lunch and wrap their turkey in a tortilla? Bonus: add a mozzarella stick instead of regular cheese. They add a nice crunch that kids love.
Favorite Mozzarella Sticks
We love mozzarella sticks in our house! No matter how they're served our daughter is excited when she sees the Farm Rich box.
My freezer wouldn't be fully stocked without Farm Rich! They're one of America's favorite frozen snack and appetizer brands and they have a ton of different options (besides Mozzarella Sticks, we love their Meatballs and Potato Skins!).
Farm Rich Mozzarella Sticks are almost always on my Instacart order – they’re such an easy snack and are made with 100% real Mozzarella Cheese. Have you tried Instacart yet? We've been using them for grocery delivery for over a year because of our busy schedule and even more now during this chaotic time. Save yourself the hassle for your next grocery run and order online at Instacart - and you can save a little money when you make these Turkey Wraps because Farm Rich Snacks are currently on sale on Instacart.
Ingredients in Turkey Wraps
This recipe just needs a few simple ingredients:
- Farm Rich Mozzarella Sticks
- Deli turkey meat (or you can use ham)
Assembling these easy wraps
Putting these together couldn't be easier.
First, cook the Mozzarella Sticks according to the package directions. Each wrap takes two sticks (one serving) so make as many as you need for however many wraps you're making.
You can bake these in the oven, but we used the air fryer. They cook faster that way, and get crispier, in my opinion.
Then, start with a soft taco size tortilla. Add a leaf of lettuce. You could use romaine, iceberg, spring mix or even arugula, spinach or kale. Use something you (or your kids) enjoy.
Add 2 slices of deli turkey or ham, then place the hot Mozzarella Sticks on top.
Simply roll up the tortilla and enjoy!
Now, when it comes to sauces, our daughter is pretty picky (she comes by it honestly, so am I!) so we don't usually put mustard or dressing on our wraps. Instead, we serve the wrap with a side of ranch for her to dip in.
If you or your children enjoy sauces, feel free to drizzle the inside of the wrap with ranch or mustard or anything they would enjoy.
The perfect after school snack!
Nowadays after school might actually be during distance learning - but no matter what time of day your child is hungry, turkey wraps are a great, easy option. Make it a meal by serving with a side of sliced carrots or fruit.
These are best when eaten right after they're made, while the Farm Rich Mozzarella Stick is hot and gooey, but they're also great room temperature or cold, making them great for a play date or party.
We had some leftovers and stored them in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Jordan ate them for lunch the next day and they were great cold!
Be sure to check out all of the delicious Farm Rich products on Instacart - make your day easier by ordering your groceries to be delivered and letting your kids make themselves turkey wraps for lunch!
Other easy lunch ideas:
Easy Cheesy Turkey Wraps Recipe
- 1 box Farm Rich Mozzarella Sticks
- 12 soft taco size tortillas
- 12 leaves romaine lettuce see note
- 1 pound turkey deli meat
- Ranch dressing for serving
- Bake Mozzarella Sticks according to package directions.
- To assemble each wrap: lay one tortilla flat. Top with a lettuce leaf, 2-3 pieces of turkey deli meat, and hot Mozzarella Sticks. Roll each tortilla up.
- Serve with ranch for dipping, or drizzle ranch or your favorite dressing inside the wrap.
- Store leftovers in the refrigerator in an airtight container.
- If you’re using large lettuce leaves, use 6 and cut each in half.
- You can also use ham or roast beef in these wraps!
These Easy Turkey Wraps are so simple to make! Perfect for kids’ lunches, snacks or even as a light appetizer on the weekend.
Dorothy is a blogger over at CrazyforCrust.com, where she's been sharing recipes with a slice of life for almost 10 years. She's married to Mel, the other half of Easy Good Ideas, and together they are raising a teenager and dog in Northern California.