Halloween Eyeball Turkey Wraps

This is a super easy, super yummy, and crowd pleasing “WOW” kind of dish to bring to your Halloween parties! eyeball wraps

1 pound “buffalo chicken” turkey breast (you want something that is a little spicy)

1 package 1/3 less fat cream cheese, softened

6 9-inch thin soft tortilla wraps

1 can large black olives pitted

4oz jar sliced sweet pimientos (red peppers)


First take your tortillas and slice off the tops and bottoms to create a “rectangle” shape for even rolling.

cutting the wraps

Spread on a thin layer of cream cheese covering the whole wrap.

spreading cream cheese

Tightly line up a row of black olives with the ends lined up so that when you slice the wraps the holes will be open for you to stuff with the pimientos.

adding olives

Next lay on a few slices of turkey (3-5 slices) and then starting with the olive end, roll up tightly! You want the wraps to be as tight as you can get them so they slice nicely. I found that I also needed to spread a bit of cream cheese on the turkey at the end of the wrap to make sure the wraps seal.

adding the turkey

rolling the wraps

Slice the wraps in about inch-thick rounds. Fill the olive hole with a slice or two of pimiento pepper to create the “eyeball” look.

sliceing the eyeball wraps

adding in the peppers

Stack in a nice platter and serve cold! Note: these wraps can be made the night or hours before an event and just keep cold in the fridge.



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