The Ultimate Spiralized Vegetable Wrap

The Ultimate Spiralized Vegetable Wrap

Raw veggies wraps are seriously my jam.

They’re great for those days when you have no idea what to eat for lunch. All you have to do is spiralize all the veggies in your fridge, roll them up in a wrap with some hummus and avocado and voila: a filling, healthy, nutrient-packed meal.

When we went to Bali (did you see the recap on my lifestyle blog?) we stumbled upon this adorable hut restaurant on the beach called Kelly’s Warung. It was our last day in Bali and we were headed to the airport later that day to go back home. I’m so happy we stopped at this spot because I had the most unbelievable veggie wrap with raw beets.

The Ultimate Spiralized Vegetable Wrap

Thus, today’s recipe is inspired by that wrap. While I’m not eating it beachside, it’s still just as delicious – and now, spiralized. The beets are what really drive this wrap home – they are gorgeous in color and offer a nice, new flavor.

I usually use Ezekial’s wraps, but I used a gluten-free wrap because that’s all they had at the grocery store, so it broke apart and made this dish a bit harder to photograph.

Pretty much, add in here any veggies you’d like – and switch it up to your preferences. The beet/cucumber/carrot combination is tasty, but feel free to add in zucchini noodles and swap.

And if you’re meal planning and spiralizing veggies in advance, this wrap is even easier to make on the fly – and saves well when wrapped up for lunch!

The Ultimate Spiralized Vegetable Wrap

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Nutritional Information & Recipe

Weight Watchers SmartPoints*: 8 points

*These points were calculated using the official Weight Watchers SmartPoints calculator. We are in no way affiliated with Weight Watchers, we are providing this information based on popular demand.

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The Ultimate Spiralized Vegetable Wrap
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Serves: 4
  • 4 large whole grain wraps (or collard greens)
  • ½ cup hummus
  • 1 small avocado, thinly sliced
  • 2 cups packed spinach
  • 4 pinches of sprouts
  • 1 seedless English cucumber, Blade A, noodles trimmed
  • 1 large carrot, peeled, Blade D, noodles trimmed (if you can’t find a large enough carrot for spiralizing, just julienne it!)
  • 1 medium beet, peeled, Blade D, noodles trimmed
  • toothpicks for securing
  1. Lay out a wrap on a clean, level surface (like a cutting board or on a plate.) Spread out an even layer of hummus. Top with avocado and tomato slices. Then, add the spinach, sprouts, and spiralized cucumbers, carrots, and beets. Carefully wrap the wrap like a burrito, first closing in the sides and the rolling tightly. Secure both ends with toothpicks and then slice in half. Repeat until all vegetables are used (my vegetables yielded about 3-4 wraps.)
  2. Enjoy now or refrigerate for later. You can also press the sandwich in a panini press to heat slightly.

Ultimate Spiralized Vegetable Wrap

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  1. Karin Armerding :

    Do you ever spiralize your veggies and keep them in your fridge? I like to prep ahead and I was wondering if the veggies keep well? Love the new cookbooks and videos of the new recipes!

  2. Quick question- you mention you usually use Ezekiel wraps. I have tried to use Ezekiel, but they fall apart too. Is there a secret to using these? Just curious. Wrap looks delicious.

  3. Have you saved these wrapped in a collard green? Just wondering if I could make one the night before, then eat next day or follow day..

    PS Just finished up leftovers of the spiraled bell peppers and sausage. Gosh that was so good. First bite I was thinking “okay this might be a regular rotation recipe. whoa!”

  4. I love this wrap! It looks like a great vegan recipe! Definitely will try this with collard greens or Flatout wraps!

  5. Ahhhhhmaaaazing recipe!! I added wild smoked salmon to my wrap and substituted zucchini noodles for the cucumber and it was insane!!!

  6. Totally obsessed with these wraps!

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