Spinach, Roasted Red Pepper, and Feta Turkey Wrap + A Cookie Giveaway

I typically think of summer as the season for sandwiches. It’s difficult to beat a classic BLT with fat, juicy, tomatoes and fresh from the garden lettuce. Our gardens may be frost-bitten by now, but that doesn’t mean we have to give up on the sandwich, and this Spinach, Roasted Red Pepper, and Feta Turkey Wrap is the proof.

This Spinach, Roasted Red Pepper, and Feta Turkey Wrap will get you out of your sandwich rut!

I seem to go through phases with sandwiches. For a few weeks, I’ll eat them every day for lunch. I’ll switch out the meats, play with different cheeses and spreads, or grill them for a change of pace. But after awhile, I always get burnt out. The past few months, I’ve been in burnt out mode. I was tired of the same old bread/cheese/tomato/lettuce formula, so I stopped eating them for awhile in favor of egg scrambles and dinner leftovers.

Turkey, spinach, and roasted red peppers makes a killer wrap!

But then this wrap entered my life. I discovered this by pure coincidence one afternoon when a short errand turned into a several hour affair. I had planned to head home for lunch, but I was getting hangry, so I decided to pop into Cup O’ Joe and grab something for the road. I picked out a wrap from the glass display case and hurried out the door, onto the next item in my to do list. I wasn’t more than two bites in when I realized this wrap was more than what its humble packaging suggested. Stuffed with spinach, roasted red peppers, feta, and chicken, this was not your average take-out sandwich. It was hearty and filling, and most definitely an Autumn inspired sandwich. Cold weather loving spinach and sweet, juicy bell peppers make a brilliant substitution for the more typical tomatoes and lettuce. Pesto gives this the faintest hint of summer, but there’s no denying it, this wrap is made for October.

Since that fateful run-in, I’ve been dying to recreate the wrap at home. Luckily, it wasn’t complicated. I used most of the same ingredients, but subbed deli turkey for chopped chicken to save time. I’ve made the wrap at least four times in the past few weeks, and the Mr. and I are both fully back in sandwich-love.

Spinach, Turkey, and Feta Wrap

This wrap is great for using up leftover turkey (I hear they may be a holiday coming up that results in such a thing) or for packing in a lunch box to take to work or school. Speaking of lunch boxes, you know what every lunch box needs? A fresh baked cookie! And today I’m giving you a chance to win some fresh baked goodness so you can have your wrap and your cookie too!
Click here to get the recipe!

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