Easy Healthy Green Wraps

Author: Sarah Cobacho

Published: August 1, 2022

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Easy, Healthy Green Wraps

I love wraps; they’re such an easy, quick, and delicious way to make lunch. The only problem is that it’s sometimes tricky to find nourishing options in supermarkets (or they are super expensive!). So, I’ve started experimenting with making my own, and I can’t believe it took me so long. It’s a lot easier than I thought.

For these wraps, we combine oats, flax seeds, soy milk, spinach, and iodized salt—all great ingredients to consume daily. They are super nourishing, packing up to 4 g of fiber and 6.5 g of protein per wrap.

They are also super cheap, at approximately AUD$0.31 per wrap (the price is calculated using Woolworths ingredients).

Best of all, they are super strong and flexible and somehow even better the day after, so you can absolutely prep a batch or two and keep them in the fridge!

Tips:

✨ I used a crepes pan (which is quite common in France), but you can use any nonstick pan.
✨Make sure your wrap is well-cooked before flipping.

Easy, Healthy Green Wraps

Easy, Healthy Green Wraps

4.7 from 3 votes
These easy, healthy green wraps are a perfect quick lunch. Made with oats, flax seeds, soy milk, spinach, and iodised salt, they are nourishing and delicious.
Sarah Cobacho (plantbaes.com)
Prep Time5 minutes
Cook Time5 minutes
Total Time10 minutes

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Servings 8 wraps

Ingredients

Wrap Ingredients

  • 2 cups spinach
  • 2 cups oats
  • 2 tbsp flaxseed
  • 2.5 cups soy milk
  • 0.5 tsp sea salt flakes (optional)

Instructions

  • Start by adding the oats and flaxseed to a blender. Process these ingredients until they reach a flour-like consistency.
  • Add the spinach, milk, and salt to the blender. Blend these ingredients until the mixture is smooth.
  • Let the mixture set for about 5 minutes to thicken slightly.
  • Heat up a non-stick pan to medium heat and add a dash of olive oil. Pour some of the mixture into the pan and spread it out to form a wrap.
  • Cook the wrap until it changes in color and consistency. This should take about 3 minutes on the first side and 2 minutes 30 on the second side.

Notes

These wraps are even better the day after, so feel free to prep a batch or two and keep them in the fridge!

Per Serving

Calories 137kcalCarbohydrates 19gProtein 6.5gFat 4gSodium 194mgFiber 4gVitamin A 35IUVitamin C 2mgCalcium 44mgIron 1.2mg
COURSE Lunch
CUISINE Healthy
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6 Comments

  1. Hi Sarah
    glad to find you ! for my french amies that do no speak english do you have a blog all in french?
    then you do not specify what is a serving size whatever the recipie! can you give me a hint
    carine from Dordogne !4 stars

    1. Hey Carine, on y travaille mais pour le moment c’est juste en Anglais 🙂 Si vous ouvrez le site sur l’ordi avec google, en haut à droite il y a “…” cliquez dessus et vous pouvez sélectionner traduire, c’est la traduction automatique de google, donc c’est pas parfait, mais j’espere que ça aide 💛

4.67 from 3 votes (2 ratings without comment)

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