These Easy Hummus Spiral Wraps are the perfect lunchbox filler to pack for yourself, your kids or your spouse. I call these snazzy spirals "lunchbox lavash" because they are made with lavash wrap - a type of roll-able, thin wheat flat bread.
And this recipe doesn't get any easier. Just spread, roll and slice your way to a happy lunchbox.
Fun Finger Food. These dainty spirals remind me of being at a party or a wedding (remember how trendy these were back in the 90's?) I do! But back then they were filled with turkey, creamy cheese or mayo spreads and maybe a few veggies. So I've veganized. Get this easy recipe and make it your own!..
Like I said, make this recipe your own! The basic concept is that the hummus bean spread is your "glue" and your filling ingredients make the recipe! You can add anything and everything your hungry tummy desires: lettuce, carrots, avocado, peppers, onions, edamame, spinach, fennel, radishes, corn, tahini, olive oil, a splash of vinegar or lemon juice, thinly sliced tofu or whatever you want.
You can keep the roll long if you'd like, but really the fun part is slicing it up into little bites - they kinda remind me of veggie-Americana sushi rolls.
Healthy too! Each lavash wrap has 220 calories, 8g protein and is fat free. Fill them with healthy veggies and legumes and you are "on a roll" ..sorry, I had to.
Super easy, just toss those ingredients on, roll and slice!..
The last time I made these wraps I did Bullseye Spiral Wraps (soy cream cheese and roasted red peppers) super yummy. And here's the recipe I used today..
Today's Easy Hummus Spiral Wrap Ingredients:
2-3 Tbsp Roasted Red Pepper Spread
handful of shredded carrots
handful of baby spinach
splash of lemon juice/olive oil
fresh ground pepper
edamame soy beans
* Spread the hummus.
* Add the ingredients in a thinly spread layer - distribute evenly.
* Roll up your lavash bread wrap - tightly. Slice into 1 inch thick rounds. Serve.
Posted by Kathy on 2/22/2011