Yep, That Spinach Feta Wrap!
Yes, in case you’re wondering, this is a copycat recipe of the infamous Starbucks spinach feta wrap! Savory, high in protein (thanks, egg whites!), vegetarian and relatively low in calories—the official Starbucks spinach feta wrap has only 290 calories—it’s a longtime Starbucks fan fave. Salty feta cheese teams up with cream cheese to give it a nice hit of richness, while spinach and sun-dried tomatoes keep it feeling veggie-full and healthy. Everyone loves this easy, healthy wrap, and now—thanks to our spinach feta wrap recipe—you can make it at home anytime you please!
What’s in the Spinach Feta Wrap at Starbucks?
You can actually view the entire list of spinach feta wrap ingredients over on the Starbucks website. They’ve got detailed nutritional info there, too. And look—we love this wrap! It’s one of the healthiest, most reliably good grab-and-go things in airports across the country. But, like any mass-produced food that you buy from a high-volume spot, the ingredients aren’t exactly a 100% health food dream. They’re, well, extremely processed. Our wrap recipe is made from real-deal ingredients and is (dare we say?) therefore something that tastes like the Starbucks spinach feta wrap might possibly hope to taste on its very best day. TL;DR, this is like the spinach feta wrap you know and love but it’s better because of course it’s better—it’s homemade! The one from Starbucks just didn’t stand a chance. Here’s what’s in our spinach feta wrap recipe:
Whole wheat tortillas
Starbucks Spinach Feta Wrap Nutrition 101
There’s a lot to love about these healthy spinach feta wraps! Some simple swaps make them high in protein, low in calories and still vegetarian. Egg whites instead of whole eggs helps to keep the cholesterol and saturated fat on the lower side. Whole wheat tortillas instead of white flour tortillas means a lot more fiber—which is good for you in a lot of ways AND keeps you fuller longer than white flour tortillas would—as well as more nutrients. Spinach obviously adds a lot of nutrition, too—it’s a good source of iron, zinc, calcium and folate, among others! Flavoring the cream cheese with tomatoes and pairing it with sun-dried tomatoes adds lots of satisfying umami—remember, tomatoes are an excellent source of umami—which means that even though this wrap is relatively lean, it still tastes rich and yummy.
How To Make A (Better Than) Starbucks Spinach, Feta & Egg White Wrap at Home
Make seasoned tomato cream cheese by mixing together the cream cheese, tomato paste, salt, garlic powder and onion powder and spread it on the tortillas.
Whisk the egg whites with a little more salt, garlic and onion powder.
Sauté the spinach until it’s wilted, then divide it between the tortillas with the feta and sun-dried tomatoes.
Make the egg white omelet filling. Fill each wrap with some of the cooked egg whites.
Roll up the wraps, burrito-style, so that the ends are tucked. Toast them on low in a skillet until they’re golden brown on both sides.
Spinach Feta Wraps—Order Up!
For when you’re craving a spinach-feta wrap from Starbucks, but are too lazy to leave the house—voila! A homemade spinach feta wrap recipe that’ll hit the spot! Try this recipe, and let us know how you like it, OK? Share a photo and tag us on Instagram using @themodernproper and #themodernproper so that we can see your stuff! Happy eating!