Fig & Feta Crunch Wrap

Found this Fig Butter Spread at Trader Joe’s the other weekend and OMG I am obsessed!

(Fig Butter is basically just fig jam fyi)

This crunch wrap is a FLAVOR BOMB & I love how it has deli sliced turkey breast which cuts down on the prep time for this wrap. No need to cook and shred any chicken here!

A note on caramelizing onions WITHOUT OIL:

I recently learned that adding WATER to the frying onions will help keep them from drying out. Every few minutes when it looks like the onions are getting dry/about to burn, I’ll take the little pan over to the sink and put maybe 2-3tbsp worth of water in. I might have to do this a few times, but it helps to brown those onions right up!

The whole process of onion caramelization (or at least as caramelized as I make them) takes 5-10 minutes.

If you don’t have the time to caramelize the onions, skip that step, or even cut out the onions.

Fig & Feta Crunch Wrap

Recipe by EmyogifitCourse: Crunch Wraps, Lunch/Dinner, Recipes
Servings

1

servings
Prep time

20

minutes
Cooking time

10

minutes
Calories

264

kcal

Ingredients

  • 1 wrap, i use @cutdacarb

  • 1 laughing cow light Swiss cheese

  • 15g @traderjoes fig butter spread

  • 70g deli sliced turkey breast

  • 50g diced caramel iced onion

  • 16g FF feta

  • 30g fresh spinach

Directions

  • Caramelize your onions by tossing them in a sprayed pan and cooking on medium low heat until they are a golden color. I recently learned that adding water when they start to dry out or before the burn helps them to caramelize without oil. Are usually have to add water a couple of times, only a few tablespoons at a time
  • Assemble your contract by first spreading out the laughing cow cheese and a small circle
  • Then spread your fig butter on top of the cheese
  • Add your turkey, onion, feta and then pile the spinach on and wrap up
  • Spray with cooking spray, then either air fry or place same side down on a hot pan, flipping after a few minutes

Notes

  • NUTRITION 264cal 25.2P/3.4F/29.6C

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