A club sandwich doesn’t need to be a bland stack of white toast with a frilly toothpick on top. Get creative with these trendy toasted wraps using
egglife everything bagel egg white wraps. They’re protein-packed and will amp up the flavor on this classic combination. Added bonus: Warming the whole wrap makes the cheese start to melt, and who doesn’t prefer melty cheese?
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- Prep Time:
- Total Time:
- 20 mins
egglife everything bagel egg white wraps
- 2 tbsp.
leaf romaine lettuce, torn into 4 pieces
Roma tomato, thinly sliced
thin deli slices of turkey, each folded into quarters
deli slices cheddar cheese, each cut into quarters
pieces of cooked bacon, halved
thin deli slices of ham, each folded into quarters
- 1 tbsp.
extra-virgin olive oil
- Step 1
Arrange 1 egglife everything bagel egg white wrap on a work surface. Using a knife, cut vertically halfway through the center of the wrap.
- Step 2Working in quadrants, spread ½ tablespoon of the mayonnaise on the bottom left quadrant of the wrap and top with lettuce and tomato. Arrange a piece of turkey on the upper left quadrant. Top the upper right quadrant with 4 pieces of the cheese and two bacon halves. Arrange a piece of ham on the lower right quadrant.
- Step 3Fold the quadrant with the mayonnaise, lettuce, and tomato over the turkey, then over the cheese and bacon, then over the ham. Repeat with remaining egg life everything bagel egg white wraps, mayonnaise, lettuce, tomato, turkey, cheese, bacon, and ham.
- Step 4Heat a large nonstick skillet over medium heat. Add the oil and the 4 wraps and cook, flipping halfway through, until lightly golden on each side, 1 to 2 minutes per side. Remove to a plate and serve warm with pickles.
- Step 1
- Nutrition Information
Calories2492 Fat162 yearsSaturated fat53 years oldTrans fat2 yearsCholesterol496 mgSodium4753 mgCarbohydrates100 gFiber7 yearsSugar9 yearsProtein146 yearsVitamin D3 mcgCalcium1152 mgIron11 mgPotassium1776 mg
- Note: The information shown is Edamam’s estimate based on available ingredients and preparation. It should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice.
Laura Rege is a Food Stylist and Recipe Developer who regularly contributes recipes and style videos and photos for Delish. If she isn’t in the Delish kitchens, you’ll most likely find her out on the town looking for the next food trends in the US and on her travels abroad.