The pros: Trader Joe’s Turkey Gobbler Wrap is Thanksgiving leftovers in a whole wheat wrap. Turkey, cranberry relish, and stuffing all together in one wrap without the mess of actually making all the fixings that go into a Thanksgiving dinner (or having food coma afterwards).
The cons: Should come with a packet of gravy or mayo. Something to dress up the occasional dry spot that is too often found in wraps.
The verdict: I’d buy this again, it’s worth a try for $3.99 and is as tasty as Trader Joe’s Cubano Seasoned Wrap (which is my favorite of the refrigerated section so far). Both wraps are completely different in taste profile, but neither will make you want to run to subway because you had to throw out the inedible wrap.
The wrapper in the refrigerated case:
The nutritional info and laundry list of ingredients:
What Trader Joe’s Turkey Gobbler Wrap looks like on the inside:
For me this was one of the more enjoyable wraps the I would consider buying again. I’m sure this is most likely a seasonal flavor, but its much welcomed as much of the wraps are lacking in flavor and have way too many calories to justify the lack of taste. This instantly reminded me of Thanksgiving leftovers before I get sick of them. The celery was crisp in the stuffing, the turkey wasn’t terribly dry, the cranberry was actual fresh cranberry and not the circular log that might be served in my home.
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