Layers of turkey, provolone cheese and baby spinach on a soft tortilla wrap spread with hummus… These turkey hummus pinwheels are a delicious meal prep lunch or snack idea!
This post was sponsored by Sargento as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
I think I’ve finally figured out the secret to getting my kids to eat more fruits and veggies… Just slice them up and leave them on the kitchen counter! Those apples that have been sitting in the produce bin for a week? Gone within five minutes of cutting them into wedges. Same goes for oranges, berries, carrots, peppers, and so on.
So I guess I shouldn’t have been too surprised at how quickly these turkey hummus pinwheels disappeared when I left them sitting out — but I was. I mean, my kids aren’t big fans of hummus. And baby spinach? Heck no. But I guess when you layer these things in a soft wrap with mesquite turkey and delicious Provolone Sargento Slices, it inspires them to try something new.
Or maybe it was just the cheese… Sargento Slices are 100% Real, Natural Cheese and come in a wide variety of tasty flavors, aside from the Provolone. Honestly, there’s not a variety that I don’t love. The Colby Pepper Jack is my current fave for burgers, but there’s also Sharp Cheddar, Swiss, Havarti, and many more. And you simply must try the Medium Cheddar in a grilled cheese.
For wraps and pinwheels, though, I prefer the Ultra Thin Sargento Slices. The super thin slices are pliable and bend easily while wrapping without cracking.
Turkey Hummus Pinwheels
Making these turkey hummus pinwheels is pretty quick and simple, but I do have a few tips for best results. Start by spreading a very thin layer of your favorite hummus on a soft flour tortilla. If you use too much, it can ooze out while wrapping and make a big mess. (Ask me how I know this…)
Next, layer the cheese and turkey slightly off center on top of the hummus. The layer the baby spinach on the edge you plan to start wrapping from. Start wrapping by folding the edge of the tortilla over the spinach, and continue to roll the tortilla as tightly as possible.
Slice the wrap into 1-inch rolls and serve! The ends probably won’t stay rolled — my kids just eat the scraps. But the inner slices should stay rolled without toothpicks, because the hummus acts like kind of a glue.
We like to make up these bento-style boxes for snacks and lunches when we know we’ll be heading to the pool. Carrots and red grapes add the perfect amount of sweetness and crunch!