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Easy Turkey Snack Wrap

This wrap is perfect for a quick lunch or snack. It’s low calorie but so delicious, I love how satisfying it is. Just take all of your favorite FLAVORS and wrap it up! Go on, sing a little song, I bet you didn’t know you were such a good wrapper, did you. 😉

1 Medium Whole Wheat Tortilla

3 – 4 Slices Low Sodium Deli Turkey

3 Lettuce Leaves

1 Chopped Tomato

Sauce

1/4 Cup Greek Yogurt

1 tsp Sriracha or Hot Sauce

1 tsp Garlic Powder

1 tsp Old Bay Seasoning

1/2 Lime (Juices)

Take the tortilla and spread on the sauce. I love this sauce on everything, and it’s much healthier than mayo. Next lay out the lettuce leaves on top of the sauce. Chop the tomato into a small dice and sprinkle on the wrap. Finally top with the turkey slices, add a little more sauce if you’d like. Wrap it up just like a burrito. Place the wrap in the fridge for 20-40 minutes. Once its ready, slice in half and enjoy.

So easy and so healthy, now that’s a wrap! 🙂

Happy Flavoring!

Healthy Fish Tacos

My husband loves Mexican food, so anytime I come up with a recipe that involves a tortilla and the word “Taco”, he’s in!

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Thumbs up from hubby!

The part that he does not need to know is how healthy it really is. Customize your taco by adding the perfect amount of toppings.

1 Fillet of Cod (or your choice of any white fish)

1 Tbs Old Bay Seasoning

1/2 Tbs Cayenne Pepper

Whole Wheat Tortillas

Tomato

Pickled Jalapenos

Onion

Italian Seasoning

Cabbage

 

Sauce

1 Cup of Greek Yogurt

2 Tbs of Light Mayo

2 Tbs Sriracha

1/2 Lime (juice)

1 Tbs of Garlic Powder

1 Tbs Old Bay Seasoning

1/2 tsp Smoked Paprika

First mix all of the ingredients for the sauce in a bowl and pop it in the fridge. I like to store it in a squeeze bottle (which makes it easy to drizzle over whatever you want). Next its time to cook the fish. Season the fish with Old Bay seasoning and cayenne pepper (leave out the cayenne pepper if you don’t want it spicy, but my husband and I are definitely a spicy couple 😉 ). Lay on a baking sheet lined with foil.  Place in the oven on broil for 10 to 15 minutes until browned.  It will brown the fish perfectly, so FLAVORFUL!  (This is usually around the time hubby asks…is it ready yet?!)

While the fish is cooking, its pico de gallo time! Chop the tomato, jalapeños, and onion into a small bowl.  I’m not crazy about cilantro, so I sprinkle with Italian season which does the trick for me.

Take the fish out of the oven and shred apart with a fork. Now setup a taco station with all the toppings. It’s a fish fiesta! Perfect for a taco party (get those margaritas ready)! Dinner is served… and hubby is happy! 🙂

Happy Flavoring!