I have a list of the perfect tortilla wrap recipes for your lunch. Along with those recipes, I have dips, sides, and tips that will make your lunch the envy of everyone in the office!
Keep scrolling to see all the wraps and tips for the perfect lunch. Or use this menu to skip to the parts you want to see.
15 Tortilla Wrap Ideas
Your favorite Italian sub in a tortilla. This wrap has salami, ham, mozzarella, lettuce, tomatoes, and red onion.
Turkey and strawberry may seem a little different, but they totally work for this wrap. This wrap has a bunch of fresh and bright flavors that will make your lunch break 10x better.
This is the classic tuna wrap you know and love. Pair it with chips and crunchy veggies for the perfect go-to lunch.
Different Kinds of Tortillas
- Flour Tortillas: These are the most common types of tortillas used for wraps. They are soft and pliable and go with every flavor. Flour tortillas come in various sizes, from small taco-sized to large burrito-sized.
- Whole Wheat or Multigrain Tortillas: These are a little healthier with a nuttier flavor.
- Spinach/Herb Tortillas: They have a little more flavor and are a fun color.
- Sun-Dried Tomato Tortillas: They are perfect for Mediterranean wraps with tons of veggies and hummus.
- Gluten-Free Tortillas: For gluten-sensitive individuals.
- Low-Carb Tortillas: Great if you're looking to reduce your carbs.
Honey Mustard: Good for wraps with sliced turkey or ham.
Cilantro Lime Sauce: This easy 5-minute 6-ingredient creamy dressing is perfect for salads, tacos, wraps, rice bowls, and nachos.
Peanut Sauce: Great for Asian-inspired wraps or wraps that could use a little more savoriness. You can buy premade peanut sauce at the store or make it at home.
Avacado Sauce: Good for Mexican or Southwest-inspired wraps.
Other sauces making this month
Southwest Chipotle Ranch: This creamy, spicy sauce is good for Chicken Wraps.
Hummus: Great for wraps with a lot of vegetables or Mediterranean flavors.
Easy Sides for Your Lunch
Pick 1-2 sides to pair with your wrap.
- Potato Chips
- Carrots and Ranch
- Fruit Salad
- Potato Salad
- Orange Slices
- Granola Bar
Meal Prep Tips
How to Make Shredded Chicken
A lot of wraps have shredded chicken as the main ingredient. There are so many ways to make shredded chicken.
My favorite way to make a big batch of shredded chicken for meal prep is in the slow cooker. I have a post with the full recipe for slow-cooker shredded chicken.
Another easy way is to bake your chicken breast at 350F for 20-40 minutes or until the chicken reaches 165F. Don't forget to season it with salt and pepper.
How to Keep Your Wrap from Getting Soggy
Don't add sauces and juicy vegetables to your wraps until you are ready to eat them. Store juicier vegetables like tomatoes and cucumbers in a separate container and add them to your wrap, along with any sauces, once you are about to eat it. This will help prevent the wrap from getting soggy.
Now that you have lunch figured out, what about dinner?