Wraps on wraps on wraps!!! Simple and healthy lunch idea. Of all meals, I think my clients struggle most with lunches. They need to be something quick (no one wants to spend 30 min every morning prepping something), easy (we aren't all professional chefs here, right?!), and healthy (duh, I'm a dietitian). This wrap was made up of things I already had in the fridge, and it turned out awesome.
Smoked salmon is a fun and different protein source in this wrap. It packs 13 gm of protein per 2 oz and tons of heart healthy omega 3 fatty acids. You get a fiber punch from the whole grains and veggies. All of which keeps you feeling full and focused.
Of course everyone has different needs, but for most people I recommend around 300-500 calories and 15-25 gm of protein for a lunch. And this lunch fits perfectly within those recommendations! So try it out!
Smoked Salmon Wrap
- 1 Flatout Bread
- 2 Tbs low fat cream cheese
- 3 oz cold-smoked salmon
- 2 Tbs chopped red onion
- 2 tsp fresh or dried dill
- 1/2 cucumber, sliced
- Cover Flatout with cream cheese
- Place salmon in center of the wrap, on top of cream cheese.
- Sprinkle onion, dill, and cucumber on top of salmon.
- Wrap and enjoy!