Turkey and Sweet Potato Wraps


School has started here and for most people that means, no more lunch making for the kids. I homeschool my youngest son, so lunch is still a big part of our day.   Today he asked for a sandwich but proceeded to pull out flour tortillas from the fridge so I decided on making these. Turkey and sweet potato wraps. I had picked up a mere three sweet potatoes at the grocery the other day, not knowing what I was going to do with them, so this was one of those, let's see how it goes recipe that ended up really turning out well.

At first, he calmly told me, "I do not like sweet potato," but before I could turn around, his first half was gone and he was asking for another! 

You will need
Burrito sized flour tortillas
Sliced turkey meat
Sweet potatoes
Heavy whipping cream
Brown sugar
Fresh Baby Spinach

For the sweet potato, I sliced it and placed them on the griddle to cook. I sprinkled the brown sugar on top of each one and cooked until they became tender. Once done, I placed them in a bowl with 1/4 cup of heavy whipping cream. You will need more, depending on the amount of sweet potatoes you prepared.  I blended it until it had the consistency of mashed potatoes.  At this point you can taste it and add in more brown sugar if you want.

Spread potatoes over the tortilla, top with turkey and spinach.  Fold by taking one side over and tucking tightly, roll, cut in half and enjoy!

Very light but filling lunch idea which is super quick and easy to make.

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