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    Ham, Egg & Cheese Cups

    Produce

    • 1 box 10 oz frozen spinach, frozen

    Refrigerated

    • 12 Eggs, large

    Baking & Spices

    • 2 pinch Salt and pepper

    Dairy

    • 2 cup Cheese

    Other

    • 12 slice Ham, smoked and deli-sliced

    Stir cucumber into laughing cow cheese spread on tortillas, layer with turkey slices and roll up..

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    7 comments

    • Kelsey Eickstaedt

      Turkey cream cheese rollup - Stir cucumber into cream cheese, spread on tortillas, layer with turkey slices and roll up. Use low-fat cream cheese and tortillas. Easy lunch!

    • Ashley Shaffer

      Turkey Wrap with Cucumber Cream Cheese. Ingredients 1/4 cup chopped cucumber 4 tablespoons softened cream cheese 3 large flour tortillas 1/4 pound sliced smoked turkey breast Directions Stir cucumber into cream cheese, spread on tortillas, layer with turkey slices and roll up. This will be a great lunch idea for school!

    • Jennifer Guthrie

      Stir cucumber into laughing cow cheese spread on tortillas, layer with turkey slices and roll up...perfect lunch from Rachel Ray #food #lunch

    • Lindsay DeStefanis

      Stir cucumber into laughing cow cheese or cream cheese, spread on tortillas, layer with turkey slices and roll up...perfect for work lunch.

    • Shanna Stout

      Turkey Wrap with Cucumber Cream Cheese: 1/4 cup chopped cucumber 4 tablespoons softened cream cheese 3 large flour tortillas 1/4 pound sliced smoked turkey breast Stir cucumber into cream cheese, spread on tortillas, layer with turkey slices and roll up.

    • Leslie Berry

      Turkey Wrap with Cucumber Cream Cheese from Rachael Ray - Stir cucumber into cream cheese, spread on tortillas, layer with turkey slices and roll up... simple enough! But use lettuce instead of tortillas

    • Jill

      Cucumber Turkey Wrap - Stir Cucumber Into Cream Cheese, Spread On Tortillas, Layer With Turkey Slices And Roll Up.

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