Want a protein-packed lunch you can whip up quickly and enjoy on the go? Try these egg salad wraps for a start, it’s a teen-approved recipe that comes together in a matter of minutes.
It’s as easy as folding yummy ingredients into a flour tortilla and packing it into a lunch container with your favorite snacks. Ready to get started?
Easy Egg Salad Wrap
While it’s made with Greek yogurt instead of mayonnaise, this egg salad still has a great creamy flavor you can enjoy with crackers, in a sandwich, or roll into a tortilla.
Watch this quick video to see I turn my egg salad recipe into this wrap and many other fresh lunches.
What’s in an Egg Salad Wrap
Healthy wrap ideas like this one are a perfect vessel to fill with veggies and lean proteins like this homemade egg salad. I keep this recipe simple, but you can add your favorite toppings and fillings to make it all your own.
Here’s what you’ll need to make this easy lunch happen:
- Mayo-free egg salad: 1 batch of this mayo-free egg salad is plenty for 4 wraps.
- Burrito-size tortillas: use regular tortillas or gluten-free tortillas.
- Toppings: this wrap is made with mixed salad greens and chopped tomatoes.
- Something crunchy: crackers, baked chips, or banana chips.
- Fruit: this lunch uses blueberries, but you swap them for your favorite berry or fruit.
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How to Pack Egg Salad Wrap for Lunch
Here’s where you learn how to pack this egg salad wrap and keep it fresh until lunchtime.
Make the egg salad and halve the grape tomatoes.
- Assemble the wrap
Top each tortilla with a portion of egg salad, mixed greens, and chopped tomatoes. Fold and roll burrito style.
- Pack the into compartments
To keep the wrap and dry ingredients fresh, pack them separately from the fruit.
- Prepare for transport
Seal the lunch container and pack it into a lunch bag with an ice pack. Now, you’re all set for a yummy and healthy lunch!