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This tortilla wrap recipe has deli turkey that is wrapped in a flour tortilla with cucumbers and ranch cream cheese.

Cucumber Ranch Turkey Tortilla Wrap Recipe



We are hitting that time of year when I start to crave salads, sandwiches, and anything that is easy and light.  It stays light longer, and most nights, I’d rather be outside playing with the kids than cooped up in the kitchen.  Don’t get me wrong – I really love to cook, but this time of year has me savoring every bit of the nice weather that I can.  Before long, it will be so hot that I’ll just want to stay inside in the comfort of my air-conditioned house.  But for now, I’ll trade time in the kitchen for easy dinners and time enjoying spring.

I’m also on the lookout for great picnic ideas.  My daughter, who is 3 years old, can’t get enough of the park.  She could seriously spend hours there every day, swinging and sliding and climbing and running.  Oh, to be a kid again!!  Last week, I promised her a picnic, so we whipped up some of this tortilla wrap recipe to bring along on our picnic.

These wraps are my idea of a perfect springtime, light dinner, or a great picnic lunch.  This tortilla wrap recipe actually comes from an issue of Every Day with Rachael Ray, but I ended up finding it on Pinterest.  After looking online, there were a few comments about how the recipe was a little bland.  So my version here is definitely “inspired” by the original recipe, but I jazzed it up a bit by adding some extra cucumber and ranch seasoning.  I’ve been addicted to using ranch seasoning lately.  You know – the same stuff you can buy to make ranch dressing with.  I am amazed at how much flavor a little bit of it adds.  And I think it added the perfect amount of “wow” to this recipe.

So if you are busy enjoying the season, this tortilla wrap recipe is the perfect easy dinner or lunch idea.  Only minutes to make and full of flavor!

Easy Cucumber Ranch Turkey Tortilla Wrap Recipe

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Cucumber Ranch Turkey Wraps

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Total Time: 15 minutes

Yield: 4 servings

Cucumber Ranch Turkey Wraps

Deli turkey is wrapped in a flour tortilla with cucumbers and ranch cream cheese.

Ingredients

  • 4 oz cream cheese, softened
  • 1 teaspoon ranch seasoning
  • 4-8" flour tortillas
  • 3/4 cup diced cucumber
  • 1/4 lb deli turkey

Instructions

  1. In a bowl, mix together the cream cheese and ranch dressing.
  2. Lay out the 4 tortillas. Divide the cream cheese mixture between the tortillas and spread evenly. Top with the cucumber, followed by the turkey, adding even amounts to each tortilla. Roll the tortillas, slice in half on an angle, and serve.

Notes

http://www.tasteandtellblog.com/cucumber-ranch-turkey-wraps/

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12 Responses to Cucumber Ranch Turkey Tortilla Wrap Recipe

  1. This is a great easy recipe. We love cukes in this house and they go so well with the flavor in ranch dressing. This would be a good recipe to pack in lunches, too.

  2. What a nice blog…glad to have discovered you!! Love these sandwiches…I love making wraps for my lunches during warm months too. I live in Texas…it’ll be blazing hot here in another month or so, so I understand wanting to enjoy nice days. We’ll be 78 with blue skies today!

  3. Ranch dressing was my favorite when I was a kid! What’s in ranch seasoning I wonder? Will have to check it out.

  4. Jennifer | Mother Thyme says:

    Fabulous recipe! These are right up my alley. I am been on such a wrap, sandwich you name it kick latey. Like you mention I’d rather be outside so coming in and just whipping up something simple and quick is what I love. Can’t wait to try this.

  5. Joanne says:

    I’ve been burrito-ing it up lately and it’s made me remember how much I love wraps! These sound perfect for picnicking!

  6. Chels R. says:

    My kids love picnics too! Before we moved last year, we were right down the street from a park, but since we have a beautiful yard now, during the warm Spring/Summer days I let the girls take a blanket outside and I set them up with a little picnic outside. The best part about that for me ( Since I’m a clean freak) is all you have to do dust the blanket off and all the crumbs are gone, lol!

    These wraps look really good and I seriously have a huge love affair with cucumbers. I like to eat them alone with a little dash of salt on them, so so good!

  7. Oh my boys would probably gobble this up… as would I! I’m really obsessed with ranch seasoning. So great to have on hand to add a zip to almost anything.

  8. Yum! These look so easy to make, which is just what I need for a lazy weekday lunch. I think I’d even bring the ingredients to work and just assemble it there!

  9. Naomi says:

    I like your jazzed up version! These are perfect for a no-fuss weeknight dinner!

  10. I’ve been looking for new wrap recipes and this is definitely topping my list. It is perfect for summer! Can’t wait to take one of these for lunch!

  11. Outofcrayons says:

    I am 26 and thought for all my life that I hated cucumbers. This was so amazing. Great post run snack! I used wheat tortillas.

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