As you’ll see, we have everything from classic wraps, to ones boasting collard greens instead of any kind of flour.
Always handy for a work lunch, day out, or just a snack, that’s what this collection is all about. For something more substantial, check out this roundup which just about covers every occasion.
For now, browse through these fantastic recipes. Many of them are customizable so you can swap out any ingredients or flavors according to your preferences.
Table of Contents
Finger-Licking Wrap Recipes
- Lettuce Wraps with Avocado and Mango (Gluten-Free)
- Hummus Wrap
- Veggie Rainbow Wraps with Peanut Almond Lime Sauce (Gluten-Free)
- Spicy Lentil Tahini Wrap (Gluten-Free)
- Gyros (Greek Wrap)
- Collard Green Wraps 3 Ways (Gluten-Free)
- Best Roasted Chickpeas Wrap
- The Buffalo Tempeh Ranch Wrap
- Banh Mi Collard Wraps
- Greek Chickpea Lettuce Wraps
- Veggie Wrap with Apples and Spicy Hummus
- Garden Zoodle Veggie Wrap
- Taco Wraps with Walnut Meat
- Asian Lettuce Wraps
- Ginger Sesame Tempeh Lettuce Wraps (Gluten-Free)
- Easy Veggie Wrap in a Spinach Tortilla
- Hummus Wraps with Spring Vegetables and Herbed Mayo (Gluten-Free)
- Meatless Mondays Portobello Mushroom Veggie Wraps
- Spinach Hummus Wrap
- Beet Salad Lunch Wrap
- Pulled Jackfruit Wrap
- Mint Grilled Sweet Potatoes with Tahini Cauliflower Rice Wrap
- Chipotle Black Bean and Quinoa Wrap
- Lunchbox Smart Wrap with a Bite
- Tofu Scramble Collard Wrap with Avocado and Sriracha Aioli
- Lentil and Sun-Dried Tomato Hummus Wrap
- Barbecue Chickpea Collard Wraps with Hemp Ranch Dressing (Gluten-Free)
- Colorful Veggie Lettuce Wraps
- Vegetarian Lettuce Wraps (Gluten-Free)
- Rainbow Falafel Wrap Recipe
- Rainbow Raw Veggie Hummus Wrap (Gluten-Free)
- Wrapping Up
Finger-Licking Wrap Recipes
Lettuce Wraps with Avocado and Mango (Gluten-Free)
Appeasing blast of flavors in a wrap? Check.
The sweet, sour, spicy, salty flavors combined with the creamy texture of the delicious tahini sauce will make this wrap your favorite.
What’s even better? The fresh lettuce brings you the crunchiness of a taco and cleanses your palate.
Feel free to gorge on these scrumptious wraps, they’re packed with nutrients, are gluten-free, and will keep you full for a long time.
Who said vegan dishes have to be repetitive and boring? I’ve found the perfect recipe to turn your salads into a wrap!
The ingredients used in this hummus wrap are easily replaceable with your choice of vegetables. Mix them up with yummy vegan hummus and your favorite seasonings to load it all up onto into spinach tortilla wraps.
You can garnish these wraps with vegan cheese, add a healthy shake for sides, and you have the perfect lunch.
Veggie Rainbow Wraps with Peanut Almond Lime Sauce (Gluten-Free)
Just in case you’re wondering, this veggie rainbow wrap tastes as good as it looks.
If you’re throwing a party for your vegan buddies or kids, this wrap is an absolute showstopper; the colorful veggies are meant to entice adults and kids alike. The ginger and garlic in the sauce give it a spicy kick.
If your kids are picky about eating veggies raw, you can sauté them in almond butter. If you’re allergic to peanuts, you can use roasted sunflower seeds to make the sauce instead.
Spicy Lentil Tahini Wrap (Gluten-Free)
The magic of this wrap lies in the spicy tahini which has a dash of sriracha.
What I love about this wrap is how incredibly easy it is to make. You won’t even have to make a quick run to the grocery store because the ingredients are easily sourced. This wrap would make the perfect snack to chase away hunger pangs!
In case you’re not fond of lentils, you could still make a mean wrap using black beans or chickpeas (garbanzo beans).
Gyros (Greek Wrap)
As a Greek street-food lover, this is my favorite wrap recipe of all time!
This gyros is made of tofu marinated overnight in spicy herbs and accompanied with veggies. Of course, the Greek wrap is incomplete without tzatziki sauce which can be made using plant-based ingredients.
Assemble the shredded tofu and veggies with pita bread and a side of potato wedges or mushrooms sautéed in olive oil to make the gyros extra filling.
Collard Green Wraps 3 Ways (Gluten-Free)
Three versatile collard wraps are here to spruce up your day!
I grapple with the problem of variation in the same recipe and tend to lose my imagination when it comes to picking non-redundant combinations.
What I really admire about this particular recipe is how you get three unique wraps, while the base is a salad shared between them.
The salad is combined with ingredients such as sweet potato, apples, avocado, black beans, and Mediterranean hummus.
You can also make a batch to last you 3-4 days, which is extremely convenient for college students and busy people!
Best Roasted Chickpeas Wrap
This wrap is meant to be made your own. The star ingredient is super healthy chickpea roasted in a mix of hot sauce, olive oil, and a blend of spices.
Spread hot sauce on a tortilla wrap, add your favorite veggies and the roasted chickpeas with a dash of lime juice for that zingy freshness. Wrap, set, go!
The hot sauce can be replaced by barbecue sauce and maple syrup while roasting the chickpeas if you’re craving a smoky flavored wrap.
The Buffalo Tempeh Ranch Wrap
Tempeh and ranch are an American sensation.
This recipe is heaven-sent for anyone wanting to prepare their own ranch dressing.
The recipe is well-rounded and takes a bit of time, though only because it has a lot of beautiful elements such as tempeh baked in buffalo sauce and a cashew-based ranch dressing.
The sour and spicy sauces are balanced by a healthy quantity of shredded greens.
If you can’t get tempeh, replacing it with cauliflower or broccoli is a great option, too!
Banh Mi Collard Wraps
Sweetly caramelized tofu with pickled vegetables; nobody can resist the power of this explosive combination!
This recipe is a Vietnamese twist on collard wraps. The leaves are steamed to make them easier to roll and you’re open to try using rice paper as well.
The star of this wrap is its dipping sauce, a gorgeous blend of lemongrass, chili and other herbs, while the tofu is caramelized to be gooey and sweet.
Prepare only as much tofu as you’ll eat immediately, because they tend to get a bit rubbery once cold. A wonderful recipe bursting with flavor.
Greek Chickpea Lettuce Wraps
Tahini lovers like me get excited about seeing any Greek wrap, and this recipe is extra special because of the marinated chickpeas.
They’re mixed with lemon juice and maple syrup. These are combined with fresh veggies and drizzled with lots of lemon tahini and then wrapped into crispy fresh lettuce leaves.
You can add aromatic chopped mint leaves if you need to chase away the garlic odor on a work day!
Veggie Wrap with Apples and Spicy Hummus
How do I like them apples? Definitely in a healthy wrap!
There’s so much to love about this recipe. The wrap fillings are full of crunchy and solid texture, delivering its worth with every bite.
It takes just about 10 minutes to make so this would be my go-to recipe if I were hit with surprise hunger pangs.
You could eat an apple, or turn it into an appetizing wrap with a spicy hummus. You’ll feel fuller as well!
Garden Zoodle Veggie Wrap
Tracy is a genius when it comes to turning gourmet dishes into easy and economical recipes.
This particular wrap includes zucchini noodles sautéed with garden fresh veggies. The flatbreads are gluten-free and complement the pine nuts and balsamic glaze.
These wraps are perfect for a light breakfast on weekends with the family since it won’t deter you from going all out if you have an upcoming huge lunch.
Taco Wraps with Walnut Meat
You can trust a nutritionist to curate the healthiest way to have tacos for lunch!
Packed with omega 3, courtesy to delicious walnut meat, the taco wraps make an excellent meal for your kids at school.
The vegan cream cheese complements the flavor of the olives and salsa. Warming the flatbread will make them easier to roll.
You can replace or add other vegetables such as sun-dried tomatoes or caramelized onions to make it taste richer.
Asian Lettuce Wraps
Inspired by walnut taco meat, these lettuce wraps aim to please.
The Asian flavors are apparent in every bite. The ingredients are pretty minimalistic. You will learn to make walnut meat and sriracha from scratch, an added bonus since you can control the intensity of heat in them.
If you’re looking to make these wraps taste as Asian as possible, try steamed or roasted unripe jackfruit as a substitute.
Ginger Sesame Tempeh Lettuce Wraps (Gluten-Free)
If you’re thinking of light meals on hot days, this wrap ticks all the boxes.
The wraps are filled with romaine lettuce, stir-fried tempeh and carrots blended well with a tangy and spicy ginger sauce. The wrap brings out Asian flavors due to the aromatic spices and herbs used.
Throw some zucchini in the stir fry if you want even more texture in your wrap.
Easy Veggie Wrap in a Spinach Tortilla
These wraps are a hit because of the deli slices Gerry has used. The ‘White Bean and Kale’ slices are items you should definitely be stocking up on.
Spinach flavored tortilla is lined with lettuce and deli slices. The veggies in the filling are replaceable with whatever you can salvage from your fridge or garden, making it a flexible recipe.
Complete the wrap by drizzling your favorite sauces and seasonings to enjoy a quick bite between chores!
Hummus Wraps with Spring Vegetables and Herbed Mayo (Gluten-Free)
I have days when I am not in the mood to cook or spend too much by ordering takeout. This recipe is my hunger’s saving grace.
The mayonnaise is modified to have a herbed flavor, keeping the other ingredients the bare minimum. Asparagus offers chewiness to the wrap and doesn’t weigh the flavor of the hummus down.
You can include slices of tofu if you want to make the fillings heavier.
Meatless Mondays Portobello Mushroom Veggie Wraps
Filled with juicy Portobello mushrooms, these scrumptious wraps are an excellent source of potassium and protein.
The mushrooms and a few choice of veggies are baked along with olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and Italian herbs.
The balsamic roasted veggies combined with quinoa make a substantial filling that can be used with tacos or be eaten as is, if you don’t want to include tortillas in your meal.
Spinach Hummus Wrap
We all have those days when a normal wrap just won’t do, and you can’t afford to cheat on your healthy diet.
Alex, who is an amazing dietician among other things, has a recipe to fulfill our lust for wraps with panache.
Her spinach and cumin hummus are made from scratch with very economical ingredients.
The tofu can be exchanged with vegan ‘meats’ to provide even more to your high-street styled wraps.
Beet Salad Lunch Wrap
The beet salad lunch wrap can be best described as a gourmet treat.
The recipe has a level of genius where you wouldn’t want to replace a single ingredient or vegetable on your plate. A smart play of seasonings with colorful vegetables packed with flavors that stand out, these wraps go straight for the kill.
Serving them with healthy shakes is perfect for a get together with friends and family.
Pulled Jackfruit Wrap
BBQ flavored jackfruit and homemade wheat tortillas are here to steal your hearts.
Any recipe that saves me using store-bought bread such as tortillas is high on my list. Homemade tortillas have an unbeatable freshness to them. The pulled jackfruit recipe is rich and packs a lot of tang and spice.
The tomatoes and lamb’s lettuce don’t overshadow the focus of the dish, which is why it makes a great lunch option for your kids.
Mint Grilled Sweet Potatoes with Tahini Cauliflower Rice Wrap
This wrap would turn you into that person at work whose lunch everyone wants a bite of!
The ingredients seem fancy due to the intelligent way they have been combined together.
Grilled sweet potatoes and cucumber noodles make the perfect accomplices to a rice-like filling made from cauliflower blended with tahini, zesty lime, mint and spicy herbs!
Hemp seeds are all the rage in wrap recipes; sprinkle them generously to add that crunch!
Chipotle Black Bean and Quinoa Wrap
Quinoa never fails to help keep hunger at bay longer than lighter ingredients. Why not integrate it in a delicious wrap?
The wrap has a lot of jazz and glitz in the ingredients used; a refreshing break from the similar-tasting salads we often eat, say for lunch, without enthusiasm.
Tortillas are topped with black beans, quinoa, a mix of fresh veggies and a lip-smacking homemade sauce.
Load up on this one to power through a busy day!
Lunchbox Smart Wrap with a Bite
A recipe to make your kids lose their fussiness for veggies and greens is here to bless you.
The mix of veggies combined with tapenade and hummus are sweet, spicy and savoury. The tapenade is the highlight of the dish due to its strong Italian flavours.
It makes a great stand-alone salad as well. Rolling the mix into neat wraps saves your kids from making a mess too!
Tofu Scramble Collard Wrap with Avocado and Sriracha Aioli
A dish to keep you full for a long time is what this recipe provides.
Collard wraps are generally healthier than using standard tortillas. They are strong enough to hold, fresh enough to stay crunchy for at least a day.
The tofu scramble with veggies would take just a few minutes to assemble. Avocado and sriracha aioli give the wrap a mildly sweet and spicy kick.
If you’re a fan of spice, you can add a little chopped green chili to the scramble.
Lentil and Sun-Dried Tomato Hummus Wrap
Wraps are certainly tasty though some them can get messy quickly when you assemble them. This is one of the neatest wraps I’ve ever seen.
The hummus made from chickpeas and sun-dried tomatoes is layered with spiced lentils and leafy greens. You won’t have to worry about messing your work desk as you enjoy this.
Adding sliced olives and cilantro would give this a stronger Greek flavor.
Barbecue Chickpea Collard Wraps with Hemp Ranch Dressing (Gluten-Free)
Leafy greens are a superfood that we all need to eat more of; the only kink in the plan is how even some adults run shy away from them!
Once you find a recipe like this one, all you want to do is eat more greens. The cabbage slaw is tangy and very appetizing given its ingredients that include carrots, green apples, and spices.
The hemp ranch dressing is made from scratch and can be stored in a jar for future use.
Quinoa and chickpeas give the wrap its quota of protein, making the entire dish balanced and wholesome.
If you’re in a hurry, skip the quinoa and you’d still be good to go.
Colorful Veggie Lettuce Wraps
There are people who eat food with their eyes first, I am an absolute sucker for colorful presentation.
My surprise didn’t end there because these are tastier than they look. This recipe served me something I’d love to relish.
The quick pickled veggies, spiced edamame, hummus, and sesame-soy soba noodles offer you a light appetizer that you’d love to serve at a party.
The recipe wastes nothing since every ingredient can be easily refrigerated for a second round.
Vegetarian Lettuce Wraps (Gluten-Free)
This is a class apart from the others.
The recipe is extremely easy to follow, takes a short amount of time to prepare and tastes amazing. The fillings are a mouth-watering combination of healthy mushrooms and tofu stir-fried with an array of spices and sauces like hoisin, soy, rice vinegar, and many more
The ingredients give the wrap a Chinese flavor and is sure to be your kid’s favorite lunch.
Rainbow Falafel Wrap Recipe
These make me feel like a happy child again!
This recipe consists of three different types of falafels that offer the wrap its vibrant colors. With veggies such as spinach, purple potato, beetroot and many more, this stands out from the others, owing to its variety.
The falafels are baked until crispy and are integrated with pickled veggies and toppings that make this wrap one of the yummiest I’ve ever had.
Rainbow Raw Veggie Hummus Wrap (Gluten-Free)
‘All rainbow wraps taste similar’, said no one ever!
It is always exciting to see how using colorful veggies turn out by adding different elements to enhance the flavors. The raw veggies used in this recipe have all the fiber and nutrients to detoxify your occasional lapse in healthy eating.
You can include a garlic or herb dip with this wrap for your child’s lunch if they are picky eaters.
We hope you enjoyed this roundup as much as we did creating it. There are so many recipes to choose from, it was difficult deciding which to include.
As always, our dividing line was, which is ‘the very best’?
Whatever the occasion, if it’s for you, family or you just want to impress your guests, there’s something here to fit the bill.
Do let us know which were your favorites!