When you have a busy life and need food to get you thru the day – these veggie wraps do the trick! Delicious, nutritious and easy to transport. They are low carb, low-fat, no sugars added, gluten-free, paleo friendly and made from natural ingredients.

They are not only really easy to make, durable and super healthy for us. Making them is as simple as wetting the wrap and waiting a few minutes for it to soften – that’s all!

Then just fill them up with your favorite things – fillings can be anything from grilled or freshly sliced veggies, to sliced tomatoes, mayo and ‘”co-bacon”, or even almond butter and jelly. Then roll the wrap, tuck in the end and cover with parchment paper and a rubber band. Your ready for lunch-on-the-go!

These wraps are made of healthy ingredients: vegetables, fruits, flax, coconut, etc. Our ultimate favorite brand is the WrawP and coming in second place is the GemWraps. Both hold up really well with the fillings and are dense enough not to tear while your eating it.

Both types os wraps come in a variety of flavors. We like the spicy flavors best for the veggie wraps and the sweeter ones for the almond butter and strawberry preserve wraps. 

Don’t save them only for lunch – we’re posting other ways to use them for dinner and “yes!” even breakfast, too! Love to hear what you think and what ideas you have for fillings.   

Super Easy Veggie Wraps
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    Super Easy Veggie Wraps
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      1. Lay out the WrawP and gently sprinkle it with water. Set aside on a paper towel to soften.
      2. Slice the veggies you want in your wrap. If you want to grill them slightly, spray them with coconut oil and grill them for a few minutes in a ceramic or steel pan or grill.
      3. Lay out the WrawP and place your favorite ingredients down the center leaving some room on one end to fold. In this first one we added grilled vegetables and omitted the Kite Hill. This is Dan'd favorite combo - grilled onions, bell peppers, mushrooms topped with a sprinkle of spicy Thai seasoning.
      4. In this second one, my favorite, I like carrots, radishes, cabbage and peppers. I spread Kite Hill on the WrawP first, them add the layers of veggies, them add the avocado. I pour some Dijon over that and finally top with some sprouts. Super size, super delicious and holds up to the fillings without splitting or cracking.Best way to wrap them is to fold one end over your fillings about 1 inch up and then to roll the wrap tightly around the filling starting at one side to the other.Enjoy! Love to hear your ideas on different ways to use these!
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