Greek Yogurt Tuna Wrap

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One of my favorite lunches is these tuna wraps! They are packed with protein, making them the perfect post-workout, lunch time meal for me.

Here’s what you need: (makes 2 servings)

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1 can white albacore tuna

4 tbsp greek yogurt (I like to use Trader Joe’s Mediterranean Greek Yogurt Dip)

1 tbsp sunflower seeds

Dried dill (don’t use if you use the TJ Greek Yogurt Dip)

2 c Spinach

2 tortillas (I use whole grain)

These wraps are about 270 calories per serving depending on the type of tortilla you use. Some other great things you could throw in are chopped celery and bell peppers.

We have been relaxing a lot at the beach this summer. It’s been so fun having my cousins with us! A few things that I don’t want to forget about the last few days:

1. Logan singing to Ari to help calm her down. She was so exhausted, so Logan, being extremely concerned,decided he would sing and it totally worked! It was precious.

2. Going for a morning run on the beach. I had my kids in the double jogger (best investment ever). The view was gorgeous and l felt amazing, like I could have kept running forever. My kids loved it too. Both were so quiet the entire time, just soaking it in.

3. Logan riding his scooter with my cousin who is about a year older than him. They adore each other. Logan never just rides the scooter too, he just shuffles it along. It’s pretty cute. Haha!

Let’s be honest, one thing I would love to forget about this morning was Ari waking up at 4 am and not going back to sleep… (Hence our early morning run!) I’m exhausted. Praying it was a fluke. I’m going to wear her out today! Bwahahaha!

4 Comments on Greek Yogurt Tuna Wrap

  1. Monica P
    June 24, 2013 at 10:26 pm (4 years ago)

    Hey, this looks tasty! I tried the TJ kale/spinach greek yogurt dip and it was terrible .. 😛

    Monica.

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    • Amy
      June 29, 2013 at 6:33 am (4 years ago)

      That is good to know! I haven’t tried that one.

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  2. Camille
    June 27, 2013 at 5:47 pm (4 years ago)

    Looks yummy! How does this recipe fair with canned chicken instead of tuna?

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    • Amy
      June 29, 2013 at 6:37 am (4 years ago)

      Hey Camille, I’m sure canned chicken would work great! I will have to try it out and let you know!

      Reply

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