Spinach Wrap Recipe with Feta & Olives

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Crunchy Feta, Olive and Spinach Wrap

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Trendy spinach wrap made greek-style cut into triangles on white plate

Prep

10 minutes

Cook

25 minutes

Yield

4

This easy, Greek-inspired twist to the famous tortilla hack will have you drooling with the combination of feta and olives wrapped up in this delicious spinach wrap recipe.

Okay, I made my spin on the TikTok-trending tortilla hack. This crunchy feta, olive, and spinach wrap is going to be your new go-to lunch. This recipe is quick and easy to make, vegetarian-friendly (but can be made vegan), and is the perfect healthy but flavorful meal for you and your family. Oh, and did I mention it’s inspired by the Greek spanakopita? 

❤️ Why You’ll Love This Spinach Wrap Recipe

  • Easy: This spinach wrap recipe is so easy to make which makes it perfect for a quick lunch
  • Vegetarian: This spinach wrap recipe is vegetarian but it can be made vegan
  • Greek: This spinach wrap recipe is inspired by my Greek roots and has a real spanakopita vibe 
Trendy spinach wrap made greek-style cut into triangles on countertop.

🍲 Ingredients

Olives: If you know me, you know that I’m Greek and I friggin’ love me some olives. This spinach wrap recipe is a dream for me because not only does it have olives, but also tzatziki and feta. But people often question whether or not olives are really good for you, and I’m here to answer that question for you.

I made this recipe with the Olive Commission of California, and I like to make sure that the olives I get are from the farms of California. Why? Because California olives are delicious and nutritious, and add a little something-something to any meal. Their olives are naturally gluten-free and vegan. Contains vitamins E and A, PLUS iron and fiber, and lastly, monosaturated fat, aka the good kind of fat. 

Spinach: A well-known and versatile superfood, spinach is so good for you. It is loaded with nutrients that are important for skin, hair, and bone health. This leafy green also provides protein, iron, vitamins, and minerals.

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Spinach wrap on a white plate

👩‍🍳 How to Make This Spinach Wrap Recipe

Here’s how you pull together this tasty wrap. Oh, and did I mention, I may have made these wraps using the infamous TikTok tortilla hack because it’s fun, and also a great way to make the perfect grilled wrap.

  1. To a medium-sized pan heat olive oil for 30 seconds on low-medium heat
  2. To the pan, add the white onion and cook on low-medium heat for 4-5 minutes. You simply want the onions to become golden so do not overcook or burn
  3. To the pan, add the garlic and cook for 1 minute before adding the spinach. Let the spinach wilt down completely and cook down any excess liquid before adding in the herbs, feta, olives, and spices
  4. Cook everything down for another 5 minutes then remove it from the heat and let everything cool.
  5. Prepare your Tzatziki Sauce for dipping (here’s a recipe for that)
  6. Place a large wrap on a flat surface and cut from the center to the edge of a wrap on one quarter
  7. Begin filling each side of the wrap with your spinach mixture then fold from the bottom left triangle, up the top left triangle. then over to the top right triangle and end at the bottom
  8. Preheat the pan with some butter and once melted cook the wrap for 2 minutes on each side on low heat. Watch this carefully as it can burn very quickly
  9. Enjoy with your Tzatziki, a fresh crumbling of feta, and more herbs!

Want something fun to try? My amazing garlic confit goes great with this wrap. 


🗒 Best served with

👝 How to Store Leftovers

These will last in the fridge for up to 5 days but they will be best enjoyed fresh. The Tzatziki lasts in the fridge for 10 days in a tightly sealed container.

🤔 Common Questions

What vegan feta should I use?

You can easily use vegan feta for this spinach feta wrap, I love Violife Foods’ Vegan Feta! However, if you are a vegetarian, you can just opt for whatever feta you have on hand.

Can I use frozen spinach?

You can but it holds more moisture so you’ll want to let it thaw and then squeeze out as much moisture as possible.

Crunchy Feta, Olive and Spinach Wrap Recipe

4.78 from 18 votes
This easy, Greek-inspired twist to the famous tortilla hack will have you drooling with the combination of feta and olives wrapped up in this delicious spinach wrap recipe.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Course Vegan Meals
Cuisine Greek-Inspired
Servings 4
Calories 234 kcal

Ingredients
  

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Instructions
 

  • To a medium-sized pan heat olive oil for 30 seconds on low-medium heat.  To the pan, add the white onion and cook on low-medium heat for 4-5 minutes.  You simply want the onions to become golden so do not overcook or burn.
  • To the pan, add the garlic and cook for 1 minute before adding the spinach.  Let the spinach wilt down completely and cook down any excess liquid before adding in the herbs, feta, olives and spices.
  • Cook everything down for another 5 minutes then remove it from the heat and let everything cool.
  • Prepare your Tzatziki Sauce for dipping.
  • Place a large wrap on a flat surface and cut from the center to the edge of a wrap on one quarter.
  • Begin filling each side of the wrap with your spinach mixture then fold from the bottom left triangle, up the top left triangle. then over to the top right triangle and end at the bottom.
  • Preheat the pan with some butter and once melted cook the wrap for 2 minutes on each side on low heat.  Watch this carefully as it can burn very quickly.
  • Enjoy with your Tzatziki, a fresh crumbling of feta and more herbs!

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Notes

You can easily use vegan feta, I love Violife Foods Vegan Feta!
These will last in the fridge for up to 5 days but they will be best enjoyed fresh.
The Tzatziki lasts in the fridge for 10 days in a tightly sealed container.

Nutrition

Serving: 4 | Calories: 234kcal | Carbohydrates: 24.9g | Protein: 9.1g | Fat: 12.4g | Saturated Fat: 4g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1.4g | Cholesterol: 16.7mg | Sodium: 1901.7mg | Fiber: 4.8g | Sugar: 3.7g
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Mary Jane

5 stars
Thanks for saving my dinner plans. When I realized I was out of phyllo dough, i found your recipe. It was super easy, tasted great. I am gluten free, so I used almond flour tortillas . This is a keeper.

Maria Koutsogiannis

This recipe is so fun and easy right?!

Stephanie Watson

5 stars
Your recipes always have SO much flavour!! I feel like I’m coming alive again. Thanks Maria, you rock!

Maria Koutsogiannis

AMAZING!! You rock!

Benjamin F.

5 stars
My wife made this for me for on the go! It’s delicious. Thank you Maria!

Maria Koutsogiannis

That’s so awesome Benjamin! Welcome to the FBM deliciousness!

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