I call them this since I always take them to Yellowstone. I love wraps, but after buying tortillas, lunch meat, cream cheese, and jack or mozzarella cheese, they get a little pricey. Here's my less expensive version to make 8 wraps:
2 cups flour (white or wheat, but white is easier to roll out)
2 tsp salt
2 T oil
1/2 -3/4 c warm water
The salt and oil can be adjusted as desired. Mix salt and flour, then add oil and enough water to make a soft but not too sticky dough. Knead for a minute or two, then let rest for 30 minutes. Divide into 8 equal pieces and roll out. Fry over medium to medium high heat till lightly browned on both sides.
Homemade wrap spread:
2 cups plain (preferable homemade) yogurt
Sliced green onions
Crushed red peppers
Herbs and other seasonings as desired
Drain* the yogurt overnight till it is thick (it'll be about a cup). Mix in other flavorings as desired.
Spread the yogurt mixture on the tortillas and top with thinly sliced lunch meat, grated cheese, and spinach.
I like wraps because they aren't as messy as sandwiches and taste good for several days. They keep well.
*To drain yogurt, line a strainer with clean cheesecloth or muslin, or just some loosely woven fabric. Put the yogurt in the strainer and let sit in the sink, or place the strainer over a bowl to save the whey. I've never worried about draining it in the fridge.