Healthy Greek Salad Wraps

These healthy Greek Salad Wraps are loaded with fresh vegetables, creamy feta cheese, and a clean eating olive oil dressing! They make the perfect lunch, lunch box meal and have a 6 weight watchers points plus value!

Healthy Greek Salad Wraps- Creamy feta mixed with fresh salad vegetables all wrapped up for the perfect lunch or dinner- Filling, low calorie and 6 weight watchers pro-points plus! {gluten free, low calorie, high protein recipe}- thebigmansworld.com

 

How do you take your Greek salad up a notch? Wrap it up and have it healthy Greek Salad Wrap style!

PS- Big love to everyone for their support here– I have been humbled, astounded and SO THANKFUL!!!!! T minus 15 days until they arrive in your mailbox! 

I had intentions to share this easy recipe two weeks ago, however, my stupid camera ate my old photos so I needed to re-shoot and re-eat and go OPA!

The reason for me wanting to share it two weeks ago is because of the same theme as Monday’s post- A birthday! One of my oldest blogging friends ever Kelly!!! Although we can all collectively agree that she doesn’t look a day past 23.

Wait, 22. I have that stupid Taylor Swift song in my head. 

I wanted to share a recipe which reflects Kelly, within some parameters. I then remembered that it’s Kelly, so as long as there is cheese (feta), bread (the Flatout flatbread wrap!) and wine (…balsamic vinegar), then our bases will be covered. Oh, and it will be packaged in a brown Trader Joe’s bag.

 

I’ve loved sharing Flatout flatbread recipes on here, most of them usually being sweet. These baked pita chips have been a huge hit, along with these cake batter breakfast wraps. I did share a spicy chicken wrap and even spent a whole day eating Flatout flatbreads

I was pretty stoked to find out the Flatout have been named the official flatbread for Weight Watchers! Ironically, I’m quite familiar with the Weight Watchers program, as a close family member successfully lost over 50 pounds by following it!

Weight Watchers promote on not depriving yourself, and able to enjoy everything in moderation. They also promote smart swaps, smart choices and filling up on the good stuff! This, in combination with the Flatout Flatbread had my foodie wheels turning.

Healthy Greek Salad Wraps- Creamy feta mixed with fresh salad vegetables all wrapped up for the perfect lunch or dinner- Filling, low calorie and 6 weight watchers pro-points plus! {gluten free, low calorie, high protein recipe}- thebigmansworld.com

When I think of a Greek salad, I think of the best parts of it- The creamy feta cheese, the salty black olives, and the simple olive oil based dressing. Before you roll your eyes and think this is a calorie and sodium bomb, let’s take a step back and take a closer look.

Feta cheese, black olives, and olive oil ARE calorie dense. At the same time, they only need a small portion in any dish or recipe to be satisfied and add delicious flavor. Excluding the one time I went to a traditional Greek restaurant (where they literally added a block of feta to the salad), I’ve always enjoyed these three ingredients in small amounts. When added to fresh salad veggies, the creaminess, saltiness, and textures are evenly distributed to produce the best flavor combination.

Healthy Greek Salad Wraps- Creamy feta mixed with fresh salad vegetables all wrapped up for the perfect lunch or dinner- Filling, low calorie and 6 weight watchers pro-points plus! {gluten free, low calorie, high protein recipe}- thebigmansworld.com

You may have noticed I didn’t recommend a fat-reduced feta cheese or omitting the olive oil. I’m not sure if anyone else has tried reduced-fat feta cheese, but it’s honestly not even worth eating- It’s chalky, bland and has a pretty poor texture. You are best to stick with the real deal so no flavor is sacrificed.

These wraps are super simple to prepare, and can even be done in advance- In fact, I recommend prepping it the night before for all the flavors to mesh together and be evenly distributed! All you need are some chopped cucumber, tomatoes, onions (I kind of went light on this…not a huge fan of onion breath), olives and some of your favorite feta cheese (I recommend Greek or Bulgarian) and mix well. Then, you’ll drizzle a tiny bit of olive oil and balsamic vinegar and let it refrigerate overnight! All you need to do is the next morning, wrap it up in your favorite Flatout Flatbread (gluten free friends, Flatout make a delicious one too- Check your stores to see if it’s available!) and voila- A filling, healthy and low calorie/high flavor wrap to keep you satisfied and happy!

 

You don’t make friends with salad…but you can with healthy Greek Salad Wraps! 

Healthy Greek Salad Wraps- Creamy feta mixed with fresh salad vegetables all wrapped up for the perfect lunch or dinner- Filling, low calorie and 6 weight watchers pro-points plus! {gluten free, low calorie, high protein recipe}- thebigmansworld.com

Healthy Greek Salad Wraps

These healthy Greek Salad Wraps are loaded with fresh vegetables, creamy feta cheese, and a clean eating olive oil dressing! They make the perfect lunch, lunch box meal and have a 6 weight watchers points plus value!
Print Recipe
Courselunch, Main Course
Prep Time5 minutes
Cook Time5 minutes
Total Time10 minutes
Servings1 person
Calories100kcal

Ingredients

  • 1 single Flatout Flatbread I used original or the Foldits!
  • 1/2 tomato, chopped finely
  • 1/4 cup cucumber, chopped finely
  • 1 tbsp onion, sliced
  • 1 cup mixed leaves
  • 2 tbsp feta cheese, crumbled
  • 1 ounce black olives, pitted
  • 1 tsp olive oil
  • 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar
  • 1/4 tsp dried basil

Instructions

  • In a large mixing bowl, add your tomatoes, cucumber and onion. Add your olives and feta cheese.
  • Drizzle your olive oil, balsamic vinegar and dried basil, and mix until fully combined.
  • Lay out your flatout flatbread of choice and start by layering the mixed greens. Top with Greek salad mixture, fold up and enjoy!
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Nutrition

Calories: 100kcal

Healthy Greek Salad Wraps- Creamy feta mixed with fresh salad vegetables all wrapped up for the perfect lunch or dinner- Filling, low calorie and 6 weight watchers pro-points plus! {gluten free, low calorie, high protein recipe}- thebigmansworld.com

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What is your favorite kind of salad?

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9 thoughts on “Healthy Greek Salad Wraps

  1. Hey now, you can totally make friends with salad…but you’ll just make more friends with wraps! Haha. Awesome news about Flatout and Weight Watchers, too. I love a good Greek salad. Funny story: when I first got into eating Greek salads, it was at this little pizza place near our house in Atlanta. I’d always put the olives on the side and give them to Laura. Now I ask for extra olives! So line me up with a wrap (or two), ok? With extra olives please! 🙂

  2. Greek Salad is one of my favorites, and would not have thought to put it in a wrap. Also, love your salad dressing!

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