{Turkey Ranch Wraps}

I made these the other day for a picnic and they were great. Lots of flavor and you could really use any sandwich topping you like. Yummy and easy.

  • 1 (8 oz.) pkg cream cheese
  • 1/2 cup ranch dressing 
  • 1 package Mission garden spinach herb wraps
  • fresh sliced deli turkey
  • romaine lettuce
  • tomatoes, sliced thin 

  • Blend the cream cheese and ranch dressing together until creamy and smooth. Spread the cream cheese mixture on half of the wrap. Top the cream cheese with turkey, lettuce, and tomato. Fold in the edges and roll up from the end the topping are on. Be sure to leave half the wrap empty because it is much easier to roll up and it stays together better.

Adapted from: Favorite Family Recipes

{Homemade Tortilla Chips}

This recipe is so good! I am a HUGE fan of the Tortilla Land brand Uncooked Flour Tortillas at Costco. You get a pack of 44 (from the refrigerated section, but you can also freeze them at home) for only $7. They are so so much better then ones you get from the store. And they only take seconds to make. I had a bunch left over from dinner so I just made them into chips. But you can use any flour tortilla that you like, it would still be good.

Cut round, flour tortillas into eighths or whatever size you want.
Lightly brush a cookie sheet pan with olive oil
Lay your tortilla triangles in the pan, then brush over them lightly with the olive oil. (Make sure they’re not overlapping too much.)
Sprinkle garlic salt or kosher salt on the triangles.
Bake on 350º for 10-12 minutes.

{Homemade Flour Tortillas}

I have been making these a lot lately, they are actually really easy and best of all they are WAY better then store bought tortillas! The other night I made a chicken burrito filling in the crock pot and wrapped it up in these tortillas, they are also really good as quesadillas for my kids. Or just to warm up and eat plain 🙂

3 cups flour

3 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. salt
1/4 cup vegetable oil
1 cup hot water
Mix all together in a bowl until a ball of dough forms if it is too sticky add a little more flour if too dry add a little more water. Knead the dough for about 5 minutes and let sit for about 10-20 minutes. Divide the dough into about 2 inch balls. Then just roll out on a floured surface. And then I just use my griddle to make them on, turn the heat up to 450 degrees and cook on each side for about 1 minute. If you are using a regular pan make sure it is a not stick one otherwise the pan will burn (I have done this oops) ENJOY!