Spinach has never looked so good. Vinegar, sour cream, sugar, parsley, salt, garlic, and dry mustard take the leafy green to the next level, and a tortilla wraps it all up with mozzarella, bacon, and mushrooms.
Slow-cook lamb overnight, then quickly whip up these lamb wraps before leaving for work. Yes—it really is that easy to eat lamb for lunch.
Cook pork tenderloin over the weekend, then store it in the refrigerator. With that done, it takes less than a half hour to toss together these lettuce wraps.
Even weekdays call for brunch. Luckily, these four-ingredient wraps make a delicious breakfast-for-lunch. They're perfect for picky kids, and a fun throwback for you!
Crunchy, meaty, packed with veggies and a little spice—this lunch wrap checks all the boxes. You could even sprinkle some mozzarella on top if you're craving something cheesy.
Though meant to be served as breakfast, this salmon-and-spread wrap is just as satisfying when served as lunch. Add a little extra zucchini and smoked salmon to make it more filling.
Craving pizza flavor with the nutrition of a wrap? You're in luck. Lettuce leaves easily hold all your favorite toppings.
Leftover roast beef means more flavor and no stopping at your go-to lunch break cafe. Wrap the sandwich in plastic and carry in an insulated lunch box.
This recipe is proof that a simple lunch wrap can still taste gourmet. Roast beef, blue cheese, and dried thyme do the work for you.
Turn a classic salad into an easy-to-tote wrap. Deli meat, avocado, Monterey Jack cheese—each ingredient shines equally in this simple recipe.
Grilled wraps take less time than you'd think. This one calls for just 12 minutes on the grill, plus less than a half hour of prep time.
Add sour cream, capers, carrots, and lettuce to egg salad to dress it up a bit. Serve the spread on lettuce leaves or tortillas.
Lime dressing and chopped mayo add fresh flavor to seasoned pork wraps. A slow cooker does the bulk of the work overnight.
Chopped peanuts and lime juice add unexpected flavor to lettuce wraps. Store the lettuce leaves and beef mixture in separate containers until lunchtime.
Swapping hummus for mayo adds nutritional value to tuna salad. And serving the sandwich as a wrap makes it easier to eat—especially if you're eating at your desk.