Turkey Wrap Sandwich Recipe

Turkey wraps make a delicious, quick lunch that is ready in minutes. Made with turkey slices, spinach, and cheese these turkey wraps are a favorite!

This recipe for my favorite turkey wrap sandwiches will make you most certainly want to throw another turkey in oven just so you can make them. Of course turkey from the deli would work just fine, too! Fresh, delicious, and full of flavor, I think these turkey wrap sandwiches might become your favorite too. I love Thanksgiving leftovers and make sure to cook plenty of our favorite dishes to ensure we have plenty to keep and share with our guests. From turkey, southern cornbread dressing and sweet potato casserole to pecan pie – making a tad bit more than is needed on the big day makes for a very happy few days to follow.

Here’s how I make it.

You’ll need sandwich wraps or tortillas, dried cranberries, spinach, chive and onion cream cheese, Swiss chess, and turkey.

Sounds yummy already, doesn’t it?

Spread cream cheese on one side of your wrap.

Next, place your turkey on top of the cream cheese.

Be generous with it.

Layer on your spinach.

Oh my!

Next comes the Swiss cheese.

Add a little bit more of your cream cheese.

Sprinkle on dried cranberries. Don’t skimp on these. Make sure you’ve got it well covered.

Roll tightly and add a touch of cream cheese to final edge to seal completely.

And get ready to enjoy the best turkey wrap you’ve ever had. I could just hug my friend Melanie for sharing this recipe with me years ago. It is perfect anytime of year using sliced turkey from your deli if you are without leftover turkey, too!

Turkey Wrap Sandwich Recipe

Turkey wraps make a delicious, quick lunch that is ready in minutes. Made with turkey slices, spinach, and cheese these turkey wraps are a favorite!
Prep Time5 mins
Total Time5 mins
Servings: 1
Author: Robyn Stone


  • sandwich wrap or tortilla
  • cream cheese with chive and onion
  • turkey
  • spinach
  • Swiss cheese
  • dried cranberries


  • Spread cream cheese on one side of wrap or tortilla.
  • Layer on turkey, spinach, cheese, a bit more cream cheese, and dried cranberries.
  • Roll tightly into a wrap.
  • Serve with your favorite fruit or vegetable.



What’s your favorite way to use your Thanksgiving leftovers? Stay tuned, I’ll have another great one tomorrow.

24 comments on “Turkey Wrap Sandwich Recipe”

  1. Beautifully done… I think that cheese puts it over the top!! Great job!

  2. I am trying these for sure! Thanks for giving a new idea for that leftover turkey.


  3. Oh, my THat looks absolutely scrumptious !:)

  4. This is awesome. Great use of leftover turkey and I love the idea of a wrap!

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  6. Yum! Looks delicious. Maybe I’ll bring wraps to Thanksgiving and get started on leftovers early.

  7. This recipe sounds delicious. And it’s pretty, too! I love turkey and cranberry in the same bite.

  8. Those are beautiful! I love the spinach wrappers – awesome color (and good stuff, too!)

  9. I’ve bookmarked this for the weekend and can’t wait to try it. One of my favorite parts about Thanksgiving dinner is getting creative with the leftovers!

  10. What a great idea. And my kids love wraps, so you have no idea how you have just made my life easier. Thanks!

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  12. I think wraps are my favorite. This looks like a great way to use up some of that leftover turkey!

  13. Oh yim….I want leftovers at YOUR house!

  14. Yummy combo! I’m gonna try this one in the next few days – pretty light too!

  15. Lovely wrap… I love the punch of color (and no doubt, flavor) that you get from the cranberries!

  16. This sounds like a fantastic variation on a traditional turkey sandwich – I love the flavours you have used! As you say, it’s worth cooking another turkey just to have the leftovers for it!

  17. You are speaking my love language with this! I would LOVE it if you’d link this over at Menu Inspiration Monday – what a great use of leftover Turkey!

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  20. These were absolutely delicious. My husband and 13 year old even enjoyed them

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  22. i had leftover turkey and cranberry from thanksgiving so i tried this recipe. thanks! i will be making more for tomorrow’s lunch. i even added some french fried onions that was left from making the green bean casserole for an added crunch.

  23. Try it with bacon cream cheese, it taste great.

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