Wrap ‘n’ Stack Sandwich Tree

These are tasty wraps (I love the cranberry in them) that are a great alternative to sweet treats at a Christmas party or to snack on Christmas day. 


  • 1 16-ounce can whole-berry cranberry sauce
  • 4 large (9- or 10-inch) spinach-flour tortillas or flat breads
  • Mayonnaise
  • 3/4 pound thinly sliced Monterey Jack or American cheese
  • 3/4 pound thinly sliced smoked turkey
  • 1/2 head green-leaf lettuce
  • Toothpicks
  • Red and yellow bell peppers
  • cocktail onions, for garnish 

  1. Spoon the cranberry sauce into a food processor and pulse it briefly.
  2. Then lay the tortillas or flat bread on a flat working surface and lightly spread them with mayonnaise (a rubber spatula comes in handy for this). Now your kids can top each tortilla with a layer each of cheese and turkey. (Tip: When stacking ingredients, leave an inch margin along the top of the tortilla. Roll the bread toward that edge to keep the filling from falling out.)
  3. Spread cranberry sauce on the turkey layers and cover them with lettuce. Snugly roll up the sandwiches, ending with the loose edges underneath.
  4. With a serrated knife, cut each roll-up into 1 1/4-inch-wide pinwheels and insert a toothpick to hold each one together.
  5. On a serving platter, arrange the pinwheels in rows to create a Christmas tree. Garnish with pepper-star ornaments (cut out with a small cookie cutter) and cocktail-onion lights.
Picture and recipe from Family Fun.
Meal Type: Appetizers and Snacks
Categories: Sandwiches and Burgers

Comments & Reviews

  • Where can I find the Bright Green burrito big wrappers? These are such a lovely bright green, but where do they sell them? I have seen spinach light green; but not this bright Christmas green.

  • I am an editorial assistant with FamilyLife Publishing, a nonprofit ministry, in Little Rock, AR. We are producing a Mine-to-Make printable booklet to go with our new Christmas resource the Twelve Names of Christmas. We would like to use the recipe and image of Wrap ‘n’ Stack Sandwich Tree in our booklet. May we have permission to use the recipe and image? We would include the citation for your website. Direct line: 501-228-2369 Thanks for your consideration in this matter.

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