Veggie Wrap Delight

A delicious sandwich for a lazy Saturday afternoon







Our Veggie Wrap Delight proves that you don't need to be fancy or take a lot of time to prepare a delicious, quick and easy lunch - especially on a lazy Saturday afternoon.  But even if it's a busy Saturday afternoon, the Veggie Wrap Delight will make light work of lunch so you can get on with your day!

It's chock full of good things! Really! Look, it's spinach and bell peppers and avocado! Great ingredients, right?  Indeed. You can certainly customize the veggie wrap ingredients to suit your taste. Perhaps you like roasted red peppers, or you prefer romaine hearts to spinach. Whatever will work for you. Just remember - it's really the dressing you put on this wrap that makes it pop.  Our suggested dressing is a simple, yet tasty one with Vegenaise, lime juice and lime peel. Simple but oh so delicious!

So gather up your ingredients and give this lunchtime treat a try! You'll be glad you did!





Veggie Wrap Delight

Ingredients

1/4 cup of Vegenaise*
1 Tbsp. of fresh lime juice
1 tsp. of grated lime peel
4 8-inch whole-wheat flour tortillas
2 cups of fresh spinach leaves, washed and
well-dried with stems removed
1 small ripe avocado, peeled, pitted and cut
into slices
1 medium red bell pepper, seeded and cut into strips
1/2 can (14 oz.) of refried beans

How we make it

In a small bowl, combine the Vegenaise, lime juice
and lime peel. Heat the tortillas in the microwave for
15-20 seconds on high to make it easier for you to roll them.

Spread each tortilla evenly with the Vegenaise mixture.
Arrange the spinach leaves on top of each tortilla, then
the avocado slices, and the bell pepper. If using the refried
beans, spread about 1 Tbsp. on each tortilla.
Roll the tortillas up tightly.
Place the seam sides down on the serving plates.

*Note: As an alternative to the Vegenaise lime mixture,
use a prepared hummus, yogurt-cucumber dip, low fat
flavored cream cheese, salsa, baba ganoush, or mustard.

Other Options: Try arugula instead of spinach. Add any other
type of bean, grated zucchini, tomatoes, shredded cabbage,
onions, mushrooms and/or chopped cucumbers.

Makes 4 servings.

Per serving: 198 Calories, 10 g Total Fat (2 g Saturated Fat),
31 g Carbohydrates, 5 g Protein, 7 g Dietary Fiber,
323 mg Sodium.











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