15 Veggie Wraps You Have To Get Your Hands On

Yes, we think we’ve done it. We’ve found the best veggie wrap recipes of ALL TIME. Grab the ingredients from your local store and wrap up one of these beauties.

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1. Samosa Veggie Wrap

These samosa wraps are super easy to put together with spiced potatoes and peas, crisp greens, spicy red onion and a simple homemade mango chutney. Make these samosa wraps ahead and freeze them for a quick lunch (or dinner) throughout the week.

From: TheStingyVegan

2. Vegan Wrap

Today’s recipe is something straight out of my own meal rotation – the vegan wrap. I love salads and pasta, but there’s something about wraps that I will always love. Potatoes make up the perfect filling, roasted with a touch of olive oil and spices. The flavors I used for these wraps include guacamole and barbecue sauce, but you could try any spreads and sauces you like – try hummus and hot sauce, or baba ganoush and your favorite salad dressing. The possibilities are endless!

From: WellAndFull

3. Vegetarian Lettuce Wraps

Vegetarian lettuce wraps with less than 200 calories for a HUGE serving. This lettuce wraps recipe is easy, healthy and WAY better than the PF Chang’s original! They’re vegan, gluten free, dairy free, and low carb.

From: WellPlated

4. Mediterranean Chickpea Wrap

These vegan Mediterranean wraps feature smashed chickpeas, colorful veggies, and a tangy herby tzatziki sauce. These fast and easy vegan wraps can be made ahead for a packed lunch or quick snack when you’re on the go.

From: TheStingyVegan

5. Hummus & Veggie Wraps

No cooking required, ready in 10 minutes, healthy and yummy Hummus and Veggie Wraps. That’s what we had. With orange slices and carrots too. It’s like breakfast for dinner except for lunch. Totally acceptable, right? At my house, anything goes.

From: LaurensLatest

6. Tangy Veggie Wrap

Anyone with an addictive personality out there? Thought so. Me too! But it’s not all bad…not when it’s something like these veggie wraps. I literally can’t stop eating them right now. I already know they’re gonna be a major part of my summer.

From: HurryTheFoodUp

7. Hummus Vegetable Wrap

This Hummus Vegetable Wrap is a great on-the-go lunch option! Stuff it with all of your favorite vegetables, beans, & creamy hummus. Vegan & gluten-free.

From: EmilieEats

8. Roasted Balsamic Portobello Mushroom Veggie Wraps

Vegan wraps stuffed with roasted slices of balsamic portobello mushrooms, bell peppers, onions and tri-color quinoa is the perfect dinner for Meatless Mondays! Vegan + Dairy-free.

From: StaceyHomemaker

9. Creamy Spinach & Feta Tortilla Wraps

Creamy Spinach and Feta Cheese Tortilla Wraps – A deliciously creamy mixture of cheeses, peppers, spinach, and feta wrapped in a flour tortilla.

From: DietHood

10. Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Vegetarian Wrap

The wrap is really simple and incredibly versatile and uses fresh, healthy ingredients. I used provolone cheese and roasted red pepper hummus because they are two of my favorites, but you could easily swap out the provolone for any other Sargento cheese, and the hummus for any other flavor hummus.

From: RachelCooks

11. Rainbow Veggie Pinwheels

These veggie pinwheels are a rainbow of colorful fresh veggies with ranch flavored cream cheese, all rolled up inside a spinach tortilla wrap – the perfect back to school lunch.

From: DinnerAtTheZoo

12. Veggie Burrito Wraps

Quick, healthy, and delicious. Veggie burritos filled with Fajita veggies, rice, beans, avocado, sour cream, and salsa.

From: GimmeDelicious

13. Southwest Veggie Wraps

This past week I thought I’d be cleaver and make a Southwest-style dinner with a simple Southwest veggie wrap paired with the Light Zesty Southwestern-Style Vegetable Progresso Light Soup. And it was such a hit!

From: ChocolateSlopes

14. Grilled Zucchini Hummus Wrap

Fresh veggies are grilled to perfection and packed in this Grilled Zucchini Hummus Wrap!

From: Maebells

15. Ultimate Veggie Wrap

The Ultimate Veggie Wrap has herbed cream cheese, Havarti, and lots of fresh vegetables! Best of all, make it ahead for an easy lunch option.

From: CulinaryHill

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