With delicious maple honey turkey slices, spinach, tomatoes, hummus, mayo, and Dijon mustard layered in a wrap, this Healthy Spinach Turkey Wrap is as satisfying and filling as it is tasty. It’s a delicious, good-for-you alternative to the boring sandwiches or other common lunches we often eat.
I get bored eating the same things over and over, which makes it harder to eat healthier if I don’t regularly “mix it up.” Do you get stuck with the same ol’ meals too?
One of the simplest and smartest ways to stick to a diet, whether you’re eating Paleo, counting calories or following a more general healthy lifestyle approach, is to make sure you have easy-to-make food on hand. If you have a delicious, good-for-you option already waiting for you or something that a quick minute to put together, you’ll be less likely to reach for the snacks or junk food or whatever your temptation may be.
This Healthy Spinach Turkey Wrap recipe will only take you a minute or two to put together and is loaded with wholesome ingredients you’ll feel good about eating.
I have to say that my favorite part of this healthy turkey wrap is the deli meat. Deli meat can pretty much make or break a wrap or sandwich.
That’s why I highly recommend McKenzie Natural Artisan Deli, which offers handcrafted, all-natural meats and cheeses since 1907.
My family follows a gluten-free diet and we avoid most processed foods, refined sugars, meat with hormones, steroids, antibiotics, etc. So when I tell you that I absolutely LOVE McKenzie Natural Artisan Deli and my family does too, it’s not just because their food tastes amazing.
What Makes McKenzie Natural Artisan Deli so good?
With McKenzie Natural Artisan Deli, you’ll find:
- turkey, chicken, pork, and beef raised without antibiotics EVER
- no growth hormones
- no nitrates or nitrites added*
- vegetarian fed
- 100% natural
- no MSG
- sourced and crafted in America
*except for those naturally occurring in sea salt and celery powder
I am thrilled to find an affordable deli meat with all those pluses. So many deli meats are loaded with nitrates and nitrites or are sourced from animals loaded with hormones or antibiotics and it’s great that McKenzie deli meat is not one of those.
McKenzie offers the highest quality whole muscle meat and crafts meats and cheeses with delicious flavors using clean, wholesome, recognizable ingredients. The company was founded in rural Burlington, Vermont in 1907 with the simple mission: to put quality above all else. and now distributes to stores throughout Vermont, New York, and other New England locations, including New Hampshire (where I live.)
McKenzie Natural Artisan Deli offers:
Buffalo Style Chicken, Rotisserie Seasoned Chicken, Oven Roasted Turkey, Hickory Smoked Turkey, Roasted Peppercorn Turkey, Herb Roasted Turkey, Maple Honey Turkey, Rotisserie Seasoned Turkey, Naturally Smoked Ham, Petit Naturally Smoked Ham, Black Forest Ham, Honey Ham, Rosemary Herb Ham, American Angus Roast Beef, and Non-GMO American Angus Roast Beef.
Plus, Uncured Cob-Smoked Bacon, Uncured Franks, Dinner Ham and 4 varieties of natural artisan cheese, made in small batches from small family farms – Provolone, Swiss, Maple Smoked Cheddar, and Vermont Raw Milk Cheddar.
See their full product listing here: McKenzie Natural Artisan Deli Products
We tried 6 different varieties of McKenzie Natural Artisan Deli, including 4 turkey and 2 ham, and each one tasted delicious.
You can find McKenzie Natural Artisan Deli at Shaw’s Supermarkets at the deli counter. Just ask for McKenzie Artisan Deli Meat.
My whole family, from my husband down to my 7-year-old, loves McKenzie Artisan Deli Meat. In fact, we made a special trip to a different store when our normal Shaw’s grocery store was out of stock.
My husband was so excited, he wanted to make Healthy Spinach Turkey Wraps for dinner for the whole family, which I gladly agreed to. (Talk about an easy supper!)
Healthy Spinach Turkey Wrap
- your favorite sandwich wrap (use a gluten-free wrap if needed)
- about 1 Tbsp mayonnaise or however much you prefer
- about 1/2 tsp Dijon mustard or however much you prefer
- 1-2 Tbsp hummus or however much you prefer
- baby spinach leaves stems removed
- 6 grape or cherry tomatoes, halved (or a large tomato sliced)
- 2-3 slices McKenzie Natural Artisan Deli Maple Honey Turkey meat
All the ingredients listed here are approximate. This spinach turkey wrap is easy and you can make it to your preference. Don’t like mustard? Leave it out. Or use less. Your choice.
Begin by spreading the mayo, Dijon mustard, and hummus over the wrap.
Place the spinach leaves with stems removed over the hummus layer.
Add the halved small tomatoes…
Place the sliced McKenzie Natural Artisan Deli turkey on top…
…and roll up your wrap. Cut it in half if you desire.
Enjoy your delicious Healthy Spinach Turkey Wrap!Print
Healthy Spinach Turkey Wrap
- Prep Time: 2 mins
- Total Time: 2 mins
- Yield: 1 wrap 1x
- 1 wrap (use gluten-free if necessary)
- approx. 1 Tbsp mayo
- approx ½ tsp Dijon mustard
- 1–2 Tbsp hummus (I use regular original)
- Baby spinach leaves, stems removed
- 6 grape or cherry tomatoes, halved
- 2–3 slices McKenzie Natural Artisan Deli Maple Honey Turkey
- Spread the mayo and mustard over the wrap. Add the hummus and spread over the mayo mixture.
- Place ½ dozen or so baby spinach leaves with the stems removed over the hummus, along with the halved small tomatoes.
- Put the turkey on top and roll up the wrap. Cut in half if desired.
That healthy spinach turkey wrap makes me hungry! I love spinach, especially in a wrap like this. It simply adds a nice texture for me. I am giving your wrap a try this week!
I love wraps, and this one looks delicious. My stomach is growling. Think I need to make a grocery store run.
Lois Christensen says
We love wraps in our family! I haven’t tried spinach on a wrap but I do think my husband would love this. Definitely going to try it soon for his lunch next week. Thanks!
Lunch is often a random collection of whatever’s leftover in the fridge. But this sounds fantastic! I would love to make a spinach turkey wrap!