Starbucks Hack: Spinach Feta Wrap

starbucks spinach feta wrap

So hey, no big, my kid loves spinach. I’m trying to play this cool but in reality I am so freaking excited. After two children who refuse to touch the stuff, I have one babe who shares his mamas love of the OG superfood. It all started when, in a pinch, I purchased myself a Spinach Feta Wrap from Starbucks. It was delicious. Gordon asked for a bite and it blew his mind. I watched him eat the rest. My stomach growled. He demanded a second. We went back. I realized that this was going to get expensive. We made some at home. Now we have a new favorite healthy and delicious breakfast option. Make these. Eat some. Freeze the rest. Grow big awesome Popeye muscles if you are into that.

starbucks spinach feta wrap

Ingredients:

Frozen Spinach (16 oz bag)

1 TBS Olive Oil

3 cloves garlic chopped

1 TBS white wine vinegar

Salt and Pepper to taste

4-6 eggs

Feta cheese

Tortillas or wraps

starbucks spinach feta wrap

Directions:

Steam spinach according to package directions and strain out liquid.

In a saute pan, heat olive oil on med heat and saute garlic for 30 seconds to 1 minute. Be careful not to burn.

Carefully add spinach, vinegar, and seasoning and stir until liquid is evaporated from spinach.

In a frying pan, cook eggs as desired, either fried or scrambled.

On one tortilla (use whole wheat if you have them!) layer an egg, spinach mixture and feta cheese. Note: I recently bought some awful fat-free feta by mistake (not good) but it was surprisingly acceptable in this dish. So try that if you are into trying diet cheese.

If you want to spice things up, add some hot sauce or truffle salt

Wrap like a burrito and toast in a lightly oiled (or buttered, yum) pan.

Eat it up. Grow big and strong like Gordon!

starbucks spinach feta wrap

If you want to freeze some. Let them cool, wrap in plastic wrap and freeze. When you are ready to eat them, heat them up in the microwave for 2-4 minutes.

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4 Comments

Cynthia

Ooohhh I love these, always wanted to try to make them at home, now I have some incentive to do so 🙂
How many wraps do you usually make from this recipe?

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Jacinda

Sorry I missed this Cynthia! Depending on how much spinach you add, you will get 4-6 wraps from this recipe. Enjoy!

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