These veggie coconut wraps have our heart. Not only are they easy to make, requiring just 8 ingredients and 5 minutes to prepare, they are the ideal easy lunch or snack! Let us show you how.
We were turned onto these Coconut Wraps* by Sarah’s Day. After ordering them and trying them for ourselves, we were hooked! They’re made with 4 simple ingredients and quite versatile. Enjoy them cooked or raw (we prefer raw), savory or sweet (we prefer savory).
While the wraps themselves are delicious, the fillings are where it’s at. We went with hummus and our beloved Green Curry paste for sauce and plenty of fresh vegetables.
Red bell pepper, carrots, creamy avocado, crispy kale, and cilantro are packed in tight and marry well with the hummus and green curry paste. Total swoon!
We hope you LOVE these wraps! They’re:
Loaded with vegetables
Fiber- + Protein-rich
Quick & easy
& Ridiculously delicious
These are the ultimate quick and delicious snack or lunch. We’ve been enjoying one or two alongside a big green salad for the ultimate midday treat. We haven’t tried many other fillings for the wraps because this version is so tasty. But feel free to substitute what’s in season and available near you.
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5-Minute Veggie Coconut Wraps
- 5Coconut Wraps(we love this brand in the flavor turmeric)
- 2/3cuphummus(store-bought – we love King Harvest brand)
- 7 1/2Tbspgreen curry paste(or store-bought, though fresh is best)
- 1red bell pepper– thinly sliced
- 1cupfresh cilantro(approximately 1 large bundle)
- 1 1/2cupsshredded carrots
- 1ripe avocado– sliced
- 2 1/2cupskale– chopped
- Lay a single coconut wrap on a clean surface or cutting board. Add 2 Tbsp (~32 g) hummus and 1 1/2 Tbsp curry paste (~22 g) and spread on the end of the wrap closest to you.
- Add bell pepper, carrots, avocado, kale, and cilantro and roll tightly away from you. Place seam side down on a serving platter. Repeat until you have 5 coconut wraps (or as many as you desire).
- Best served fresh. Can store leftovers covered in refrigerator up to 1 day.
*Be sure to keep your coconut wraps well sealed for freshness. And if they are dry or brittle, try wrapping in a damp, warm towel to rehydrate and soften.
*Prep time does not include making green curry paste or hummus.
Nutrition (1 of 5 servings)
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