Freezer-friendly spinach and feta egg wraps are a nourishing meal prep for busy mornings! They come together in 30 minutes and are the perfect make-ahead meal.
Spinach and Feta Egg Wraps
I’ve been working from home for almost 4 years, and though I cook for a living, breakfast is always my most inconsistent meal. Back when I worked in an office, I had no choice but to pack myself breakfast, lunch and snacks for the day. Now that I’m in the comfort of my own home, I somehow always neglect the most important meal of the day.
Having my freezer stocked with a grab-n-go breakfast is essential for a well-balanced morning. These spinach and feta egg wraps pack in protein, fiber and whole-grains, and are ready in under 30 minutes. They can be frozen or refrigerated, and enjoyed throughout the week or months to follow.
One reason why I love breakfast wraps or sandwiches is because they’re so customizable-
- add a spread: I used pesto for this recipe, but you can add a chipotle dip or harissa for some spice
- add more cheese: for an even cheesier sandwich, add a slice of cheese on top of the egg before wrapping it up
- add even more flavor: pickled onions would be a delicious addition to these breakfast wraps
How to prepare breakfast wraps
- Saute the spinach– cook the spinach alone in some olive oil until wilted, for 2-3 minutes
- Cook the omelette. Whisk together the eggs and add them to the spinach with the feta cheese and your spices. Scramble the eggs and cook them for about 8-10 minutes
- Assemble the wraps. Add a layer of pesto to each wrap, top it with your scramble, then wrap it up tightly
- Store the sandwiches. Wrap each one in parchment paper or foil and keep them in a sealable bag or airtight container. You can refrigerate them for up to 4 days, or freeze them for up to 2 months
Storing and reheating your breakfast wraps
If you’re planning on eating the breakfast wraps within 4 days, you can refrigerate them. To reheat, simply grill your wrap on an oiled pan for 2 minutes per side, or bake on 350 F for about 5-6 minutes.
Alternatively, you can microwave the wraps for 30-45 seconds.
Freeze the wraps
You can store these in the freezer for up to 2 months. When ready to eat, microwave the frozen wraps for 1 minute, then bake them for 5-6 minutes on 350 F. You can microwave them fully for 2 minutes if preferred, and skip the baking step.
Alternatively, you can defrost them overnight in the fridge and follow any of the reheating steps above.
These easy and delicious breakfast wraps are going to be your new favorite meal prep. I can’t wait for you to try them!