Raw Wraps Recipe

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Raw wraps are a great plant-based snack for on-the-go families. This versatile healthy recipe can also be served as a salad.
Lunch
New American
14
ingredients
8
steps
25
minutes
Chef Crys has been in the culinary arts industry for 15 years. An integrative nutrition health and wellness coach, Chef Crys also excels as transitional food and pastry chef. She infuses pesticide-free gardening in the creation of plant-based organic foods and desserts, and has partnered with school districts in her continued effort to teach students the value of transitional eating and organic cooking.

Ingredients

Servings:
6
1
large avocado
2
bunches of kale, trimmed of tough stems and chopped
1
lemon, juiced
1 tblsp
pink Himalayan salt
1 cup(s)
sliced sundried tomatoes
1
15-ounce low-sodium black beans, drained and rinsed
1 cup(s)
shredded carrots
2
ears of corn, about 1½ cups corn kernels
1/4 cup(s)
chopped red onions
3
garlic cloves. minced
1
sprig thyme, stem removed
1 tblsp
cayenne pepper
1
tomato. sliced thin
vegetable wraps

Directions 8 steps | 25 Minutes

Step 1

Prepare the avocado. Peel and pit the avocado. Mash half of the avocado and slice the second half of the avocado. Set it aside.

Step 2

Prepare the kale. Place the chopped kale, lemon juice and pink Himalayan salt in a large bowl.

Step 3

Massage the kale until wilted and set aside. (See notes 1.)

Step 4

In a second bowl, add the sundried tomatoes, black beans, shredded carrots, corn kernels, chopped red onions, minced garlic cloves, thyme leaves and cayenne pepper. Toss until well combined.

Step 5

Assemble the raw wraps. Place a vegetable wrap on a plate and spread a layer of mashed avocado. 

Step 6

Top the mashed avocado with the massaged kale. Top the kale with the vegetable mixture.

 

Step 7

Add a slice of tomato and a layer of sliced avocado. 

Step 8

Wrap tight and enjoy!


Notes:

  1. Massaging the kale makes it softer and less bitter.

Nutrition Per Serving
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CALORIES
237
FAT
8.2 g
PROTEIN
8.9 g
CARBS
38.4 g

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