The Bountiful Basket wrap add-on is one of my favorites! There are so many things you can do with the wraps.  I usually cook up several dishes from the wraps that can be frozen and used at a later date.  I also make lots of healthy wraps for us to eat during the week.

What is a wrap? In the late 1980s sandwich fillings inside a wrapped tortilla start to appear in America, becoming an overnight food sensation called the “wrap.” Some version of a tortilla or pita wrapped around meat, beans, rice or vegetables has long been a fixture in Mexican and Middle Eastern diets. Wraps have all the quickness and hand-held, utensil-free convenience of a sandwich while offering more variety than a sandwich.  I hope you will enjoy my list of wrap ideas!



  • If you're looking for a quick snack or weeknight meal, don't forget about the wrap!
  • The list below includes ideas for quick healthy wraps.
  • Once you get started, you will think of your own wraps!


  1. Turkey supreme - Turkey, pineapple, cream cheese wrap
  2. Just cheese- cheese, heat and add salsa
  3. Burritos – add refried beans, salsa, cheese
  4. Pizza wrap – add pizza sauce, cheese, and toppings
  5. The Waldorf – add chicken, apple cubes, celery slices, nuts
  6. The Reuben – add roast beef, thousand island dressing, sliced cabbage
  7. The BLT – add bacon, lettuce, tomato, ranch dressing
  8. Turkey BLT – add turkey to the BLT and avocado slices
  9. Ham/Cheese – ham, cheese, mustard, lettuce
  10. The Cheeseburger- Crumble leftover hamburger, add cheese, mustard and pickles – reheat


  1. How long do you freeze them? I. Excited. The kids are looking forward to getting their wraps.

  2. Is there a way to find out the nutritional value of the wraps? I know each kind would be different, but I’m wondering if I could get a range of the carbs for them…it could be inclusive (approximate) like 10-24, and the approximate fiber involved for them?

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