Upgrade your usual lunch or make a pita wrap for a super-fast dinner. These easy pita wraps start with a whole wheat pita, then it’s up to you to choose one of six Mediterranean-inspired toppings for a delicious and fresh meal.
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six pita wraps with toppers
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No matter how busy your day is, you can sneak in a quick pita wrap. Our pita bread wrap ideas are quick, easy, and can even be taken on the go if you're headed out the door. Depending on the toppings you choose, a pita wrap can be breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Not sure what to put on pita bread, or getting tired of your usual go-tos? Shake up the routine with Mediterranean-inspired wraps using fresh ingredients like avocado, zucchini, tomatoes, and even fresh berries. Pair each wrap with a few cut-up veggies or a piece of fruit, and you've got a complete meal that will keep you satisfied for hours in just a few minutes of prep time.

Yogurt-Berry Wrap
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Yogurt-Berry Wrap

Give a cup of Greek yogurt a boost by transforming it into a pita wrap recipe. This recipe idea is easy to customize—you can start with plain Greek yogurt and build a delicious meal from there, or use your favorite flavored yogurt and add complementary toppings. Finish this pita bread wrap with strawberry slices, toasted walnuts, and a drizzle of honey.

Avocado-Turkey Wrap
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Avocado-Turkey Wrap

Turn a simple sandwich into a hearty pita wrap with traditional lunchtime fixings. Start with a whole wheat pita, then make it a Mediterranean-inspired meal with mashed avocado, sliced turkey, crumbled feta cheese, and halved Kalamata olives. If you're craving a chicken pita wrap instead, it's an easy swap–just use sliced or leftover chicken in place of (or alongside) the turkey.

Salmon Wrap
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Salmon Wrap

Take inspiration from bagels and lox, then give the breakfast classic a lunchtime twist by serving it as a Greek pita wrap. Creamy, sliced goat cheese adds plenty of richness while purchased pesto, smoked salmon, and sliced cucumbers help turn a plain pita into a mouthwatering meal. This pita wrap idea doesn't have any ingredients that need to be cooked, so if you keep the toppers stocked in your fridge, you can whip it up in just a few moments.

Zucchini-Tomato Wrap
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Zucchini-Tomato Wrap

Treat yourself to a truly Mediterranean-inspired lunch with this veggie-filled pita wrap. Spread on soft goat cheese, then add sautéed zucchini slices, halved cherry tomatoes, a sprinkle of black pepper, and a quick drizzle of olive oil. It makes a delicious vegetarian meal, but if you want to add a little extra protein, consider topping with crispy tofu or leftover sliced chicken.

Hummus-Egg Wrap
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Hummus-Egg Wrap

Hummus is a Mediterranean favorite, but it can be a lot more than just a tasty dip. Spread protein-packed hummus across the pita, then add roasted red peppers, arugula, and a fried egg. To make this pita wrap recipe a little quicker: Instead of cooking a fried egg, you could make hard-cooked eggs in advance, then add them to your wrap when you're ready to eat.

Peanut Butter-Banana Wrap
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Peanut Butter-Banana Wrap

This flavorful pita wrap recipe isn't your average peanut butter sandwich (it's better!). Top your pita bread with a mix of ricotta cheese and peanut butter (or substitute sun butter), then layer on banana slices and raisins. If you're craving something a little sweeter, try finishing this wrap with a drizzle of honey. Or go full Elvis and add a few strips of bacon to sneak in some extra protein.

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