Starbucks Spinach Feta Wrap

5 from 96 votes

This Starbucks spinach feta wrap is a copycat recipe for the popular coffee shop breakfast! Make your own at home in under 5 minutes that tastes even better! 

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Need a savory breakfast inspiration? Try our famous spinach feta wrap.

Inspired by Starbucks, we opted to stop forking out tons of money every week and started making our own. It’s pretty straightforward to do: using simple and easy ingredients.

The difference between the homemade one and Starbucks? Ours is even healthier and more delicious, and most importantly, CHEAPER!

Perfect as a quick breakfast or do as we do and prep a batch for the entire week: they freeze and reheat perfectly. Make a homemade Frappuccino or cold brew and enjoy Starbucks at home. 

Ingredients needed

We use the same ingredients as Starbucks, but we make everything from scratch and skip out on all the preservatives and artificial flavors. Customize your egg white omelette with whatever spices you like! To make this recipe, you’ll need: 

  • Wholewheat tortillas. We used homemade low calorie wraps, but any tortilla or wrap work. Choose ones that are at least 10-inches so they can hold the fillings comfortably. 
  • Egg whites. You can use carton egg whites or fresh ones and use the yolks for something else! I only add salt and pepper to it, but you can jazz it up with other spices. 
  • Spinach. Fresh or frozen work.
  • Feta Cheese. Crumbled feta is best, as it is dispersed amongst the wrap, but you can crumble a block of feta too. 
  • Sun dried tomatoes. Traditional Starbucks feta wraps use a spread, but using chopped sun dried tomato adds extra flavor to it. Alternatively, you can add sun fried tomato pesto. 
  • Spices of choice. Salt, pepper, red pepper flakes etc. 

How to make a Starbucks spinach feta wrap

Starbucks spinach feta wraps are easy to make: the only thing to remember is to shape your omelette around 3/4 size of your tortilla so you can stuff it easily without it breaking. Here’s the basic idea of making spinach feta wraps (or see the recipe below for specifics): 

  • Make the omelette: Cook your egg whites with salt, pepper, and any other seasonings you like. Roll it up from one side of the pan to the other to easily hold its shape in the shape. 
  • Wilt spinach: Moving quickly, add the spinach to the pan and cook for 1-2 minutes, until wilted. 
  • Assemble and fold: Add the egg white omelette to the center of the tortilla, followed by the spinach. Sprinkle the feta cheese and chopped sun dried tomatoes on top. Wrap it up and enjoy immediately. 
Starbucks spinach feta wrap.

Dietary swaps and substitutions

These feta spinach wraps are easy to customize to other diets or ingredient subs. Here are some tested options: 

  • Cut the carbs by using keto tortillas instead of a wheat based one. 
  • Make it vegan by using vegan feta cheese and crumbled tofu (or an egg substitute!).
  • Swap the feta cheese for goat cheese, American cheese, or mozzarella cheese. 
  • Use whole eggs instead of egg whites. 
  • Cut the dairy by omitting the feta cheese completely.

Storage and make ahead info

This spinach feta wrap works as a fantastic make ahead breakfast and is perfect for a weekly meal prep. We recommend prepping them in batches of five for convenience and storage space!

To make ahead:

  • Multiply the ingredients by 5 and follow the instructions until you have 5 complete spinach and feta wraps.
  • Cover them in saran wrap ensuring there are no air pockets. 
  • Refrigerate them for up to one week or freeze them for up to two months. 
  • When ready to eat, toast them in a panini press or non-stick pan until warm. 
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Frequently Asked Questions

How healthy is a Starbucks spinach feta wrap?

Compared to other breakfast options, the spinach wrap from Starbucks is a healthy option. It’s low in fat, high in protein, and has reasonable calories for a healthy breakfast.

Can I use whole eggs?

Yes, you can use whole eggs when making the omelette.

Can I use egg whites from a carton?

Either fresh egg whites or egg whites from a carton work.

starbucks spinach feta wrap recipe.

Starbucks Spinach and Feta Wrap

This Starbucks spinach feta wrap is a copycat recipe for the popular coffee shop breakfast! Make your own at home in under 5 minutes that tastes even better! 
5 from 96 votes
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Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 1 minute
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 6 minutes
Servings: 1 wrap
Calories: 241kcal
Author: Arman


  • 1 large tortilla gluten free, if needed
  • 2 large egg whites
  • 1/2 cup spinach fresh or thawed from frozen
  • 4 sun dried tomatoes chopped
  • 2 tablespoons feta cheese crumbled
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/8 teaspoon pepper


  • On medium heat, coat a non-stick pan with oil or cooking spray. When hot, add your egg whites with spices of choice. Fold over and cook both sides. Remove from the pan.
  • Add your fresh or thawed frozen spinach and cover for 1-2 minutes, until wilted. Set aside.
  • Place your tortilla on a large piece of parchment paper. Add your eggs whites, wilted spinach, sun dried tomatoes and crumbled feta and wrap up. If made fresh, cut in half or if prepared in advance, heat in a panini press or grill until warm.


TO STORE: Cover them in saran wrap ensuring there are no air pockets. Refrigerate them for up to one week or freeze them for up to two months. 


Serving: 1Wrap | Calories: 241kcal | Carbohydrates: 22g | Protein: 16g | Fat: 10g | Sodium: 1320mg | Potassium: 528mg | Fiber: 2g | Vitamin A: 1621IU | Vitamin C: 7mg | Calcium: 241mg | Iron: 3mg | NET CARBS: 20g
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83 thoughts on “Starbucks Spinach Feta Wrap

  1. Would you believe that I’ve never tried the Starbucks Spinach and Feta Breakfast Wrap? But I am a HUGE fan of feta cheese (we go through it like crazy in our house), so I’m pretty sure I would devour this wrap. I often make egg sandwiches for lunch, so I’m already half-way there. Pass me the salt and some feta, mate! 🙂

  2. So HAPPY to have found this!!! I always order this at Starbucks but never thought of making it at home. Thank you!

  3. I guess I am one of the lucky one that had never tried this ‘fantastic’ wrap at Starbucks. But again, I write from Amsterdam. Here Starbuck does not get very adventurous.
    On the other hand we have FEBO here. Next challenge for you is a Dutch Copycat Croquette.

  4. I rarely ever go to Starbucks so can’t say I’ve ever tried their food. However, YOUR version I will try! With a boatload of feta too – can’t get enough of that stuff.

  5. I can’t believe how many healthy food bloggers like Starbucks wraps! Personally I would not have recommended you go there for any meal first thing in NY. Next time you need a restaurant rec come to me! That said, your copycat recipe looks delish and I love the idea of freezing them for easy on the go breakfasts!

  6. I’m shocked people recommended Starbucks as a healthy food option. Anything that comes with a text book of ingredients is the opposite of good eats, in my not so humble opinion. Your version, whole eggs and extra feta included, is right up my alley though. Great redo.

  7. I hate to be that person but I honestly just don’t like Starbucks. The food and the coffee are always mediocre and I feel so ripped off paying such a huge price tag for something that doesn’t even taste that great. With that said, I definitely agree that making your own version of what they sell is the way to go! Couldn’t help but laugh when you said you thought they had forgotten the feta, LOL. Your version seems way better 😉

  8. Those look incredible. Starbucks Wraps are TINY!!!!! Never enough, not even with a large coffee. Urgent question from a burrito lover: how do you make the tortilla stay wraped?

  9. I love that wrap but I’m totally with you – you need at least two to feel satisfied. Yours looks way more filling and delicious. In fact, you’ve made me hungry enough to go make one…and I just had breakfast…so thanks for that 😉

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