These vegan veggie wraps with creamy hummus are easy to make, super healthy and absolutely delicious! They’re made with gluten-free low-carb vegetable tortillas that are packed with vitamins, minerals, and fiber! The perfect meal prep recipe for a quick lunch, dinner or grab and go snack in summer!
If you love my vegan summer rolls and want to try something new, this recipe is perfect for you! Even though the wraps are made with only veggies and hummus, they are incredibly delicious and just perfect for warm days!
The combination of fresh crunchy veggies with hummus wrapped in a tortilla is just brilliant. Whether as a quick snack for lunch or dinner, or for in-between takeaways, these veggie wraps are way better than boring sandwiches with lettuce!
Veggie Wraps made with Low-Carb & Gluten-free Tortillas
I can never get enough of vegetables, so I was totally delighted when I found some whole vegetable tortillas here in Germany! Made of carrot and beet, they have 90% less carbs compared to regular wheat tortillas. Due to the psyllium husks and oat fiber, they also contain lots of fiber, which keeps you full for longer!
These veggie tortillas are pre-baked and packaged in eco-friendly recyclable packaging, so they’re ready to eat right away.
Can I use regular tortillas?
Yes, sure! You can use any low-carb or regular tortillas you have on hand or make them from scratch using my homemade tortilla recipe. If you want to try something different, you can also head over my homemade spinach tortillas recipe.
If the tortillas you use are not soft enough for easy folding, warm them briefly in a skillet over medium-high heat or microwave for a few seconds.
Ingredients for Veggie Tortilla Wraps
The tortillas can be filled with whatever you like or have left in your fridge. The creamy oriental hummus makes sure everything holds together and adds an amazing flavor!
I used the following ingredients, but feel free to substitute them with other veggies as you like.
- Mixed lettuce and spinach: or shredded cabbage, sprouts or herbs to taste.
- Avocado: or other fruits such as mango, strawberries, melon, apple.
- Tomatoes: fresh or dried.
- Cucumber: or zucchini, radish, kohlrabi, radish.
- Carrot: or squash, baked sweet potato or polenta fries.
- Bell pepper: red, yellow or green
- Chickpeas and edamame: or beans or another protein source like smoked tofu or vegan tofu feta.
- Red onion: or other onions or chives
- Hummus: or guacamole, vegan ricotta, cashew dip, vegan aioli or another creamy spread.
- Ketchup: or Sriracha or another dressing.
How to make hummus veggie wraps – It’s that easy!
Feel free to watch the recipe video and these step-by-step instructions first. Then you’ll find the full recipe with exact quantities in the recipe card below!
First, cut the vegetables into long sticks or strips. Then spread about two tablespoons of hummus on the center of a tortilla. Now put some lettuce on top and then layer the rest of the veggies on top as shown in the step-by-step photos.
Lastly, drizzle some ketchup over the veggies. Then fold in the outer sides of the tortilla and roll it up like a burrito. To help the vegan vegetable wraps hold together, you can tie a twine around them. Then cut in half and enjoy immediately, or wrap in sandwich wrapping paper and store in an airtight container in the refrigerator until ready to serve. However, these should be eaten within 3 days.
This vegan veggie wraps recipe is:
- Quick and easy to make
- Low carb
- Can be made with any ingredients
- Loaded with many vegetables
- Rich in nutrients and vitamins
- Rich in fiber
- Totally delicious!
- Much healthier than traditional burritos!
- The perfect snack for any occasion!
More vegan finger food snack recipes to try:
- Spinach Wraps with Cashew Cheese
- Vegan Egg Salat Breakfast Burritos
- Vegan Burrito Samosas
- Turkish Borek
- Vegan Quesadillas
- Scallion Pancakes
- Aloo Paratha
- Sweet Potato Falafel
- BBQ Pulled Jackfruit Burger
- Vegan Crunchwrap Supreme
- French Fries with Cashew Mayonnaise
- Crispy Polenta Fries
- Indian Samosas
If you try this hummus veggie wrap recipe, feel free to leave me a comment and a star rating! And if you take a photo of your veggie tortillas and share it on Instagram, please tag me @biancazapatka and use the hashtag #biancazapatka because I love seeing your remakes! Enjoy!🙂
Veggie Wraps with HummusAuthor:
- 6 low-carb veggie tortillas or flour, corn or gluten-free tortillas
- ¾ cup homemade hummus
- 6 handfuls mixed greens e.g. spinach, lettuce, kale, or herbs lettuce of your choice
- 1 avocado cut into sticks
- 2 tomatoes halved & sliced
- ½ cucumber cut into sticks
- 1 large carrot cut into sticks
- 1 bell pepper color of your choice sliced into strips
- 1 cup legumes e. g. chickpeas and edamame or sub another protein source *see notes
- 1 red onion thinly sliced
- 2 tbsp ketchup or sriracha to taste
*Note: Be sure to watch the recipe video + step-by-step photos in the blog post above.
- Chop the veggies into long strips. (Optional: If your tortillas are not soft enough for easy folding, warm them briefly in a skillet over medium-high heat or microwave for a few seconds.)
- Smooth about two tablespoons of hummus onto the middle of each tortilla. Then and mixed greens and layer on the rest of your veggies.
- Drizzle with ketchup, then fold in the outer sides of the tortilla and roll it up like a burrito (see photos above).
- Cut in half and enjoy immediately or wrap in sandwich wrapping paper and store in an airtight container in the refrigerator until ready to serve.
- Tortillas: I used low-carb vegetable Tortillas from a German brand but you can use any tortillas or make them from scratch with my homemade tortilla recipe or my homemade spinach tortillas recipe.
- Veggies: Feel free to use other veggies such as radish, corn, cabbage, bell pepper, zucchini, sprouts etc.
- Protein: You can also add additional protein auch as smoked tofu, beans, vegan feta or any other vegan meat alternative of your choice.
- Hummus: Use guacamole, vegan ricotta, cashew dip or vegan aioli instead.
- Please read my blog post above for more helpful tips and information as well as recipe variations!
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