Greek Salad Wraps with Shrimp

Wrap up dinner tonight with these tasty Greek Salad Wraps with Shrimp!

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Wrap up dinner tonight with these tasty Greek Salad Wraps with Shrimp!Have you guys ever wondered where they come up with these generation names?  I get Baby Boomers.  Soldiers returning from World War II led to a “boom” in babies.  That one makes sense.  But Generation X?  And then Generation Y?  Our son will be in the next generation afer that, and I’ve heard that one called Generation Z, iGen and Founders.  I personally like Founders, but that’s just me.  All this talk about what the next generation will be called got me thinking.  I fall right in between Gen X and Gen Y, and I’ve never been a fan of those terms.  They feel so uncreative.  If I had my choice, we’d have a much cooler name.  Like the Oregon Trail Generation.

Wrap up dinner tonight with these tasty Greek Salad Wraps with Shrimp!I’ve heard this in-between generation (born in late ’70s and early ’80s) called the Oregon Trail Generation, and I’m a huge fan.  I remember walking into the computer lab back in 3rd grade and seeing Oregon Trail on the screen.  Please tell me you guys know that game?  Like Number Crunchers (another classic!), Oregon Trail was educational in nature.  The primary focus was to teach us via pixelated images and incredibly slow loading screens what life was really like as a 19th century pioneer.  Anyone who played that game probably remembers sayings like “You have died of dysentery.” and “Your ox wanders off.  Lose 2 days.”  Man, getting to Oregon wasn’t easy back in those days!

Wrap up dinner tonight with these tasty Greek Salad Wraps with Shrimp!Enough chatter about the Oregon Trail and educational video games, though.  Let’s talk about something way easier than traveling to Oregon in a covered wagon.  Say maybe these Greek Salad Wraps with Shrimp?  Back when we lived in Atlanta, my wife and I would occasionally go out for pizza on Friday night at a little restaurant around the corner from our house.  We’d each order a large Greek salad, and then we’d eat just a slice of pizza.  (The rest of the pizza came home with us for leftovers.)

Wrap up dinner tonight with these tasty Greek Salad Wraps with Shrimp!Greek Salad Wraps with Shrimp

At first I wasn’t sold on Greek salads.  I didn’t like olives and I wasn’t so sure about feta cheese.  But I’d take a bite of Laura’s salad, and then I’d tell her, “Hey, remind me next time we come here that I want a Greek salad.”  Sure enough, I transitioned from Caesar to Greek.  And now I am obsessed with feta cheese and olives…go figure.  The other night, I decided to whip up a Greek salad for dinner.  But I wanted to mix it up a bit, so I rolled it up into one of Flatout’s Protein Up, Carb Down flatbreads.  I love Flatout flatbreads, and we always keep a stash of them on hand for easy dinners.  The flatbreads themselves are a bit thicker, so they’re perfect for rolling up wraps.  (They’re also perfect for easy pizza dinners on the grill, but it’s a bit too cold outside for the grill these days.)

Wrap up dinner tonight with these tasty Greek Salad Wraps with Shrimp!It’s worth noting that these Protein Up, Carb Down flatbreads pack a mighty nice protein punch, too.  Each flatbread has 12g of protein.  I’m all about sneaky ways to eat a bit healthier!  (It helps offset all of the Christmas cookies I ate this year.)  So if I can sneak some bonus protein in with these Greek Salad Wraps, then sign me up.  I used the regular Core 12 flavor of Protein Up, Carb Down flatbreads, but Flatout also makes these wraps in Red Pepper Hummus and Sea Salt and Crushed Black Pepper flavors.  We’ll definitely be making these wraps again soon, and I’ll definitely be sneaking some extra olives into mine.

Did you make these Greek Salad Wraps with Shrimp at home?  Leave a comment.  Or snap a photo and tag me on Instagram (@Spicedblog)!

Looking for more fun wrap ideas?  Check out these other favorites, too:

Roast Beef and Swiss Wraps w/ Horseradish Mayo
Crispy Chicken Bacon Ranch Wraps
Grilled Chicken Taco Wraps
Thai Peanut Wraps
Southwestern Veggie Wraps

Wrap up dinner tonight with these tasty Greek Salad Wraps with Shrimp!

Greek Salad Wraps with Shrimp

Wrap up dinner tonight with these tasty Greek Salad Wraps with Shrimp!
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Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Servings: 4 wraps
Calories: 476kcal


For the Wraps

  • ½ pound 26-30 count shrimp peeled and deveined
  • 2 Tbsp olive oil
  • ½ tsp minced garlic
  • 4 Flatout Protein Up Carb Down flatbreads
  • ½ head romaine lettuce chopped
  • 1 medium cucumber cut into matchsticks
  • 1 medium red bell pepper cut into matchsticks
  • ¼ cup thinly sliced red onion
  • ½ cup sliced cherry tomatoes
  • 2 Tbsp pitted and chopped kalamata olives
  • 2 Tbsp mild pepper rings
  • ¼ cup crumbled feta cheese

Creamy Feta Dressing


For the Creamy Feta Dressing

  • Using a mini-chopper, pulse together all dressing ingredients (feta, oregano, olive oil, water and lemon juice) until smooth. (Note: If necessary, add an extra tablespoon of water to the mixture.) Set dressing aside.

For the Wraps

  • In a small bowl, add the shrimp, olive oil and garlic. Toss until well combined.
  • Place a grill pan or sauté pan over medium-high heat. Once hot, add the shrimp and cook for 4-5 minutes, stirring occasionally, or until shrimp are pink and opaque. Set shrimp aside.
  • Lay out the four flatbreads and spread 2-3 Tbsp of Creamy Feta Dressing over half of each flatbread.
  • Top each flatbread with lettuce, cucumber, bell pepper, tomatoes, onion, olives, pepper rings and feta cheese. Top with cooked shrimp.
  • Roll up flatbreads; cut in half before serving.

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Wrap up dinner tonight with these tasty Greek Salad Wraps with Shrimp!

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    1. So I used to hate olives and feta cheese…like I wouldn’t even come close to the stuff. But now I can’t get enough of it! They say our taste buds change every 7 years. Not sure if that’s true or not, but they definitely have changed towards olives and feta! 🙂

    1. Haha! I’ve never been a huge fan of the generation names anyways, Johlene! Let’s just eat wraps and forget about generations, ok? 🙂 Thank you so much!!

  1. Hi David! This look so refreshing good! Plus healthy! I’m craving seafood and vegetables lately (aka meat overload), so these are perfect! 🙂

    1. Tell me about it, Dorothy! We’re trying to scale back a bit here, too. The holidays took their toll, and we’re having to keep reminding ourselves to stay on track. These wraps have been a huge help, though! 🙂

    1. Oooo…spicy potato filling sounds awesome, Manali! We’ve been enjoying these Greek salad wraps, but I’m definitely ready to try out a new twist. Thanks for the idea!

  2. I’ve never played the Oregon Trail game, but it sounds way more fun than being labeled gen x or y, etc. I do not understands hating on the feta or olives? I’m glad you came to your senses! I love the idea of adding shrimp to a Greek salad and rolling it all up into a delicious wrap!

    1. Yeah, I’m glad I came to my senses with feta and olives, too! A Greek salad minus the feta and olives is just sad. Laura used to take the extras that I would push to the side, and now I’m begging her for hers. Haha! Thanks, Rachelle!

    1. Thanks so mcuh, Kathy! We’ve been really enjoying wraps for dinner lately…they’re so quick and easy, and it’s a fun way to pack a ton of veggies into a meal, too.

  3. I know nothing about Oregon Trail games. So count me out. But I know one important thing – flat bread makes everything better. Count me in in this. I don’t really often make this kind of wraps, and usually I just use hummus or other dip. Once I put inside slightly sauteed in butter chickpeas and zucchini (with rosemary) with fresh cucumbers, tomatoes and feta (or that was blue cheese?), and it was really good! Not as good as this Greek salad wrap. Especially because I didn’t put any shrimp. Well done, David!

    1. Well I think you should take the day off today, Ben, and go play some Oregon Trail. It’s educational, so I’m sure that makes it all better. Plus, it’ll teach you about the hard days of traveling on the Oregon Trail…you know, just in case you wake up and time has magically rolled back a couple hundred years. That wrap you described sounds awesome, though. We have some chickpeas and zucchini up there right now, so I might need to do a fun take on that version. Thanks for the idea!

    1. Hahaha…I bet they’ll have some awesome names, Dannii! 🙂 Like Pizza or Nachos. (Haha…I kid!) We’ve been loving wraps for dinner lately…they’re so easy to make, and they’re a fun way to sneak all sorts of flavors and veggies into a meal. Thanks!

  4. WOA – A Greek salad in a wrap – why – duuuuuude – that’s blazing the Oregon Trail!!! 🙂 I’ve been chomping on my fair share of olives and feta recently and am completely gaga over this!
    I actually never played that game though I think I might fall on the border of the beginning of the Oregon Trail Generation – which is way, way cooler than Gen X or Gen Y for sure!

    1. Hahaha…I’m not sure I was ever very successful at blazing the Oregon Trail. My ox always died. But I am successful at making wraps, and these Greek salad wraps have been a huge hit here lately! Thanks, Shashi! 🙂

    1. Heck yeah, Muna! We’ve been loving wraps for dinner lately as you can roll all kinds of tasty goodness up into one easy meal. Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting! 🙂

    1. Oh man, the Sims. I remember playing one of the very first Sims. I built a big pixilated town, and then a tornado destroyed most of it. Oops. I think I should stick to making wraps instead of building cities. 🙂

    1. We did that exact thing, Rachel! We had wraps for dinner last week, but we made extra of the filling and then just had wraps for lunch the next day or two. Delicious and easy…just how I like to roll! 🙂

    1. I’m totally with ya, Mary! Wraps are a fun way to give a favorite recipe a twist. Plus, salads in wraps are awesome because they’re way easier to eat! Now I wish Spring was on the horizon, but I’m afraid we have a few more cold days ahead first. 🙂

  5. I vaguely remember the Oregon Trail game, but don’t quote me! 12 grams of protein and the Crushed Black Pepper for the win please Alex… I mean Dave. These are looking scrumptious with those plum and juicy shrimp and I’m a big feta cheese fan. Dig that feta cheese spread of yours – I’d like that on a couple things, like lamb, too. 🙂

    1. Hey, I’ll gladly stand in fro Alex Trebek. Although to be fair, I’d much rather appear on Jeopardy with Sean Connery. Anyways, yes, the Black Pepper wraps are incredible, Kevin! Like I kinda wanted to just eat them plain. 🙂

    1. Yeah, I’m not sure how great Oregon Trail was as a game, but I do have great memories of playing it in computer lab. That’s the part that counts the most…the memories! We’re big fans of flatbreads around here…they’re a fun way to mix up your favorite recipes. Thanks, Dawn!

  6. My all-time favorite salad is Greek Salad! Olives had to grow on me too, so I totally get why it took you a while to get onboard with this salad. 🙂 I love that you incorporated a greek salad with this wrap. I am also impressed that these flatbreads have 12 grains of protein. Wow! That’s a lot. I will have to check them out!

    1. Definitely check out the flatbreads, Tamara! We’ve been trying to eat a bit healthier this month (like the rest of America…haha!), and healthy wraps have been making many appearances on our menu! 🙂

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