In search of a low-carb wrap with lots of flavor? Egglife Wraps are eggsactly what you’re looking for! I received free samples to trial in a recipe contest.
You’ll be glad to know they’re available at Aldi or Fresh Thyme if you’re in Cincinnati. Nationally, you can find them here: Sprouts, HyVee, Mariano’s, Fresh Thyme, Cub Foods, Coborn’s, Festival Foods, Pick n’ Save, Smith’s, Fry’s, Shaw’s, Star Market, Safeway Mid-Atlantic, Safeway Portland, Schnuck’s, Smart & Final, and Amazon Fresh
Egglife wraps are made from egg whites plus a few other ingredients. They’re grain-free and have a light, fluffy texture. From a nutritional standpoint, Egglife wraps are rock stars: 35 calories, 6 grams of protein, 0 saturated fat, 0 cholesterol, 0 carbs and a mere 140 mg of sodium. This is no yolk!
Egglife wraps come in 5 delicious flavors including original, Italian style, everything bagel, Southwest style and rye style. Use them any way you’d use a regular tortilla- as a wrap, for a quesadilla, pinwheel sandwiches and more.
I made this tasty wrap with just 5 ingredients. It made for an eggcellent lunch!
Everything Bagel Egglife Wrap with Salmon, Spinach and Cream Cheese
1 Everything bagel Egglife wrap
2 Tbsp. whipped cream cheese
1/2 cup (or 1 handful) baby spinach leaves
1 Tbsp. canola or olive oil
Pinch of salt and pepper
3 ounces fresh or frozen salmon (thawed)
- Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
- Heat 1 Tbsp. canola oil to medium high heat in large oven-safe skillet.
- Season the salmon with salt and pepper then sear it in the oil for 1 minute.
- Transfer the skillet to the oven and bake the salmon for 8 to 10 minutes until desired doneness achieved.
- While the salmon cooks, place the Egglife wrap on a plate and spread 2 Tbsp. of cream cheese on it.
- Place the baby spinach leaves over the cream cheese.
- Once salmon is done cooking, allow it to rest for 3 minutes before cutting into strips.
- Place salmon strips over the spinach.
- Fold and enjoy!
Makes 1 wrap.
Notes: Pouched salmon may be substituted for cooked salmon to reduce cooking ‘thyme’. Check out Egglife’s web site for coupons and more recipe ideas. egglife – Wraps made with cage free eggs, not flour. (egglifefoods.com)