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Starbucks Spinach and Feta Wrap Recipe

DIY Starbucks Spinach-Feta Wrap

If you order a spinach and feta wrap from Starbucks every day, it's time to rethink this morning habit. While I appreciate the "cage-free eggs" and 19 grams of protein this convenient option offers, the wrap contains a number of preservatives and 36 percent of your recommended sodium for the whole day.

After reading The Spark Solution, I was thrilled to find a homemade option that's lower in calories and carbs and free of preservatives. Just like the original, this recipe is easy to enjoy on the go — and even cook up in advance for a busy morning. And once I took a bite, I was delighted that the flavor and texture of this homemade hack was far more satisfying than the fast-food order.

Spinach Feta Wrap

Spinach Feta Wrap


This is a great recipe to freeze and make in advance. The Spark Solution says, "To freeze, allow the wrap to cool, then store in a zip-lock bag or plastic wrap. To reheat, microwave on high for four minutes."

Starbucks Spinach and Feta Wrap Recipe


  1. 1 7-inch whole-wheat tortilla
  2. 1/4 cup sliced mushrooms
  3. 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  4. 2 cups fresh spinach
  5. 1 large egg, plus 1 egg white, lightly whisked
  6. 2 tablespoons crumbled low-fat feta cheese
  7. 1 tablespoon sun-dried tomatoes, chopped


  1. Place the tortilla on a microwave-safe plate and heat on high for one minute.
  2. Coat a small skillet with cooking spray, then place it over medium heat. Sauté the mushrooms and pepper for two minutes.
  3. Stir in the spinach and sauté for another one to two minutes, or until wilted.
  4. Add the eggs and cook, stirring often until they are set, about two minutes.
  5. Place the egg scramble in the center of the tortilla, then top it with the crumbled feta and sun-dried tomatoes. To wrap, fold up one end, then both sides. Serve immediately or wrap in foil and take to go.


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Chad15247895 Chad15247895 3 years
While this recipe offers a modest decrease in sodium and calories, it contains more saturated fat, cholesterol, and less protein than the Starbuck's version. I am not sure how this can be touted as a much healthier option. I guess it depends what your dietary needs/concerns are.
Nancy-Einhart Nancy-Einhart 4 years
Yum! I would totally make this. Starbucks's version also isn't hearty enough for my taste (not enough spinach, tomatoes, and mushrooms).
ChrissyLilly22 ChrissyLilly22 4 years
Oh wow, thanks so much for this! This was my breakfast of choice when I lived in San Diego (and right across the street from Starbucks) last summer! So yummy but also sad that they have to put so much added crap into it before they put it on the shelves! Love this guilt free version! :) x
ali-lew ali-lew 4 years
Sounds delicious. Plus, if you make it at home you'll actually be consuming real eggs. Starbucks and many other food chains use a mixture of over 10 ingredients, one of them being egg whites. I'd rather not consume any of that other stuff.
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