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Savory Skinny Wrap

Discussion in 'Quick Meals' started by Trishee, May 4, 2007.

  1. Trishee

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    Makes 4 skinny wraps*

    Two 10-inch whole wheat wraps
    4 lettuce leaves, romaine or Boston, rinsed and dried, with ribs removed
    2 slices Swiss cheese (2 ounces), cut in half
    2 slices low-fat turkey breast (2 ounces), cut in half
    2 Tablespoons cranberry sauce (whole berry), cherry preserves or mango chutney

    Optional 2 slices cooked bacon, roughly chopped
    Low-fat Swiss cheese
    Mango slices




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    Prep Time: 15 minutes
    Total Time: 15 minutes

    1. Lay sandwich wraps on cutting board and cut in half. On each half, layer one lettuce leaf, one slice cheese, one slice turkey breast. Spread half a Tablespoon of fruit filling in the center and then add one slice of bacon (cooked and chopped) if desired. Leave at least a one-inch border around the edge of the wrap.
    2. Starting with the straight end of the sandwich wrap, roll firmly toward the curved end. Wrap tightly in Saran™ Premium Wrap, twisting its ends like a candy wrapper. Repeat with remaining sandwich-wrap halves. Refrigerate.
    3. When ready to eat, unwrap from one end and enjoy.
    *ChefÂ’s Note: Two of these wraps are equivalent to one standard wrap.

    ChefÂ’s Note: For an even lower-fat version, substitute low-fat Swiss cheese and a slice of mango for the bacon and cranberry sauce.

    Diane's Tip: The lettuce leaf not only adds fiber but acts as a barrier between the sandwich ingredients and the wrap, keeping the wrap from getting soggy. ThatÂ’s a great benefit for road trips.