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On Friday, I was going to make a buffalo chicken wrap with spiralized carrots and I couldn’t find any large enough carrots to spiralize. I was bummed, because I was excited for this easy and healthy recipe.
Then I remembered: I had Green Giant Carrot Veggie Spirals in the freezer! Wahoo, the day was saved!
I’m so happy when things like this happen: me using a product organically in my own home and sharing that idea with you! So, here we are: a Buffalo Chicken and Spiralized Carrot Wrap with Swiss Chard, using frozen Carrot Veggie Spirals from Green Giant, because I couldn’t find the proper carrots for spiralizing!
Summer’s coming, and I couldn’t be more excited to picnic with the baby! Pack a lunch or snacks (maybe some rosé for Mommy and Daddy) and hit the local parks! Wraps like these will come in handy – and they can be made for the baby, too (I’d use full fat Greek yogurt for Luca and skip the salt and serve this deconstructed – no chard.)
I use Green Giant’s Carrot Veggie Spirals more regularly, because finding the right sized carrots can be really tough – and when you’re in a pinch, they’re a great option! The noodle is thick and the spirals are consistently shaped. You can cook them three ways (all labeled on the package), and I’ve tried all three ways and I prefer boiling them!
They have other varieties too (Zucchini, Butternut Squash, and Beet) – and no, I’m not “cheating” on my Inspiralizer – sometimes convenience is necessary and welcomed!
You can add other veggies here too – like some spiralized bell peppers or cucumbers for more crunch – or add some avocado for more healthy fats! If you’re vegetarian, use some crumbled baked tofu.
I hope this wrap makes your picnic basket soon!
Note: Although this post is sponsored by Green Giant, all opinions are my own, always!
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