This California Turkey Wrap recipe features a spinach wrap filled with delicious turkey, bacon, creamy avocado, tomato, and lettuce. Makes easy, healthy, and satisfying lunch wraps that are tastier than store-bought options. When you only have 15 minutes to eat, this quick and easy wrap recipe is the way to go!

What Makes This Recipe Great

I could eat a wrap for every single meal. Breakfast wraps, sandwich wraps, salad wraps, you name it. I really love effortless, easy lunches, especially when it involves a wrap! The best part? Healthy wraps are easy to make, easy to eat, and super filling.

This easy Turkey Wrap is one of my favorite lunches. Sandwiches just taste better in wrap form. There’s less bread, so all the delicious sandwich ingredients get to shine through.

Filled with turkey slices, bacon, tomatoes, lettuce, and avocado, and stuffed in a delicious spinach flour tortilla, these tasty and balanced turkey club wraps will be on your lunch rotation in no time! Serve this delicious wrap with a side of fresh fruit– a great way to have a healthy, quick lunch with minimal effort!

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Ingredient Notes

ingredients for to make a club sandwich in a spinach tortilla
  • Spinach Tortilla Wraps: I love using a spinach wrap, but any burrito-size flour tortilla would work. I believe I’ve even seen sundried tomato, which sounds delicious. There are also whole wheat tortillas for a healthy option. Just be sure to choose a large tortilla.
  • Deli Turkey: Sliced turkey is my go-to lunch meat. I love its mild taste and how the bacon really shines through. But feel free to use any deli meat you like (roast beef, ham, etc.). You could even use leftover chicken, rotisserie chicken, or leftover Thanksgiving turkey if you want. 
  • Filling: You can easily mix up the fillings with whatever you have on hand! Add in cheese and other fresh veggies (sliced bell peppers, cucumber, shredded carrots, black beans, red onions, etc), and use different lettuce (romaine, baby spinach, sprouts, microgreens). Your turkey wrap possibilities are endless!
  • Condiments: I use mustard and my homemade mayonnaise for my healthy wraps. You can use Dijon mustard, ranch dressing, honey mustard sauce, olive oil, vinegar, and more. 

Step-by-Step Instructions

What I love about this turkey wrap recipe is that it is SO easy to make, especially for a busy day! It’s honestly one of my favorite things to make for a perfect easy lunch. It would also make a yummy and quick dinner!

step by step instructions to this recipe
  1. Start with a big spinach tortilla, the kind meant for burritos, to ensure there is plenty of room to stuff and wrap!
  2. Layer on mayo, mustard, turkey, avocado, bacon, tomato, and lettuce.
  3. Wrap it up, and lunch is served.

Turkey Club Sandwich Wrap | Keto Option!

To make this turkey wrap Keto, choose one of these options!

  1. Skip the tortilla and sandwich your ingredients in between two leaves of butter lettuce! It won’t be a turkey “wrap”, but you’ll get the satisfying crunch of the lettuce, and the feeling of a sandwich with all the yummy fillings!
  2. Grab a pack of low-carb, tortillas and substitute them instead of the regular Mission spinach wrap. Keep your eyes out for “Carb Smart” tortillas, which are a great option for this turkey wrap. Keep in mind that they are a bit smaller than regular burrito-size tortillas, but they will still work, just might not wrap as well.
club sandwich fillings in a spinach tortilla

Expert Tips

  • Meal Prep: This spinach wrap recipe is perfect to make ahead because the tortilla doesn’t get soggy as bread does.
  1. To meal prep, make 3 turkey wraps at a time, eat one, and then cover and refrigerate the other two. 
  2. Cover the extra turkey wraps tightly in plastic wrap, keeping them completely covered. 
  3. Store them in an airtight container so everything stays super fresh!
  • Tomato: After slicing tomatoes, pat them dry with a paper towel to remove excess moisture so the tortilla won’t get soggy.
  • Lettuce: Shred your lettuce. It makes it much easier to get in an even row in the turkey wrap because the lettuce is all an even size. You must try it.
  • Toasted: If you prefer this wrap warmed up, I recommend warming the tortilla on the stovetop over medium heat. You can also use the microwave if preferred. 
  • Gluten-Free: If you are gluten-free, feel free to make the keto version or use your favorite gluten-free tortilla. 

Recipe FAQs

How do I store my leftover turkey wrap?

Cover tightly in plastic wrap and store it in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. If making it in advance, I love to squeeze lemon juice on my avocado to prevent it from browning.

Can I freeze this sandwich wrap?

This turkey wrap does not freeze well, I do not recommend freezing it.

Is this turkey wrap keto-friendly?

Unfortunately, no. While they are a super healthy and balanced lunch option, if you’re eating Keto or Low carb, follow the simple steps above to make this delicious spinach wrap keto-friendly!

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turkey bacon spinach wrap on a white plate

California Turkey Club Wrap

This California Turkey Wrap features a spinach wrap filled with delicious turkey, bacon, avocado, tomato, & lettuce. Makes easy, healthy, & satisfying lunch wraps. Keto option included.
5 from 185 ratings

Ingredients 
 

  • 1 spinach tortilla wrap
  • 1 tablespoon mayonnaise
  • 1 teaspoon mustard
  • 2 ounces turkey lunch meat
  • 2 slices of cooked bacon
  • 2 ounces avocado, sliced
  • 2 slices of tomato
  • 1 cup of shredded iceberg lettuce

Instructions 

  • Assemble the turkey wrap by layering in the order the ingredients are listed. Wrap, cut, and serve.
  • See the recipe video below for the best method to wrap the turkey wrap.

Notes

Meal Prep: This spinach wrap recipe is perfect to make ahead because the tortilla doesn’t get soggy as bread does.
  1. To meal prep, make 3 turkey wraps at a time, eat one and then cover and refrigerate the other two. 
  2. Cover the extra turkey wraps tightly in plastic wrap because it keeps them completely covered. 
  3. Store them in an airtight container so everything stays super fresh!
Tomato: After slicing tomatoes, pat them dry with a paper towel to remove excess moisture so the tortilla won’t get soggy.
Lettuce: Shred your lettuce. It makes it much easier to get in an even row in the turkey wrap because the lettuce is all an even size. You must try it.
Toasted: If you prefer this wrap warmed up, I recommend warming the tortilla on the stovetop over medium heat. You can also use the microwave if preferred. 
Gluten-Free: If you are gluten-free, feel free to make the keto version or use your favorite gluten-free tortilla. 
Storing: Use plastic wrap to cover the turkey wrap and store it in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. If making it in advance, I love to squeeze lemon juice on my avocado to prevent it from browning.
Freezing: This turkey bacon wrap does not freeze well, I do not recommend freezing.
Tortilla: I love using a spinach wrap, but any burrito-size tortilla would work.
Lunch Meat: Turkey is my go-to lunch meat, but use whatever lunch meat you have on hand and love.
Filling: You can easily mix up the fillings with whatever you have on hand and love. Add in cheese, and other veggies (sliced bell pepper, cucumber, shredded carrots, etc), and use different lettuce (romaine, spinach, sprouts, microgreens). The possibilities are endless!
Keto Option:
To make this turkey wrap Keto, choose one of these options!
  1. Skip the tortilla and sandwich your ingredients in between two leaves of butter lettuce! It won’t be a turkey “wrap”, but you’ll get the satisfying crunch of the lettuce, and the feeling of a sandwich with all the yummy fillings!
  2. Grab a pack of low-carb tortillas and substitute them instead of the regular Mission spinach wrap. Keep your eyes out for “Carb Smart” tortillas, which are a great option for this turkey wrap. Keep in mind that they are a bit smaller than regular burrito-size tortillas, but they will still work, just might not wrap as well.
Calories: 690, Total Carbs: 35.9g, Protein: 30.9g, Fat: 47.6g, Fiber: 5.7g, Net Carbs: 30g
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