Healthy Homemade Vegan Wrap Recipe & Wrap Ideas

Delicious stuffed vegan wrap with legumes, veggies, and herbs on a cutting board.
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It’s easy to make a meal out of vegan wraps. There’s so much you can do with them. The versatility lies in not just tortillas, nori, or crisp green leaves, but what you put inside. And when it comes to that, wraps are like a suitcase. There’s so much you can pack. And they roll with every taste under the sun.

There’s nothing that makes me want to go more overboard than a wrap, and that’s because there’s so much you can do with them.  

From falafel and hummus to crispy lettuce wraps, they’re the bomb.

This recipe is organic, vegan, and gluten-free.

Vegan Wraps Recipe 

Top view of wide array of foods for stuffing vegan wraps.
With vegan wraps the possibilities are endless.

Vegan wraps are a mainstay in my kitchen. They’re easy to make and highly customizable.

Even the wrap itself is flexible—from sprouted grain tortillas and flatbread to nori sheets or leaves.

Ingredients (full recipe below): 

  • Organic tortillas (or your wrap choice). 

  • Dip or sauce (your choice).    

  • Assorted vegan stuffings.    

  • Salt & pepper.  

  • Nutritional yeast.

  • Preferred spices. 

Wrap ideas  

  • Mixed greens (spinach, chard, kale, romaine, arugula, etc.).

  • Carrot.

  • Purple cabbage.

  • Sprouts & microgreens.

  • Tomato.

  • Avocado.

  • Cucumbers.

  • Red onion.

  • Raw garlic.

  • Broccoli florets.

  • Cauliflower florets.

  • Bell peppers.

  • Mushrooms.

  • Olives, artichoke hearts.

  • Cilantro, parsley, your favorite herbs. 

  • Nuts and seeds.

  • Vegan cheese.  

  • Nut butters. 

  • Tofu. 

  • Organic rice & grains. 

  • Plant proteins. 

  • Hummus, baba ganoush, pesto.  

  • Vegan burger, falafel.  

  • Legumes.  

  • Stir fry.  

  • Fermented foods.  

Notes on Kitchenware

If you haven’t invested yet in high-quality non-toxic kitchenware, it’s well worth it. Properly cared for it lasts a long time and supports health.

You can also recycle glass jars and non-toxic containers from products you already buy and use them as food storage containers—which helps the environment and your wallet.

Look for conscientious packaging (BPA & phthalate free, etc.) that you can reuse.

Homemade Veggie Wraps

Top view of vegan wrap ingredients including tofu, chopped veggies, avocado, rice, herbs.
Vegan wraps are a go-to.

I always rock a delicious homemade dressing, dip, or sauce on wraps, such as guacamole, hummus, tahini, pesto, salsa, baba ganoush, vegan Ranch dressing.

Whatever it is, I start at the bottom and work up. Ditto for spices, nutritional yeast, and everything else onboard. 

How to Wrap a Wrap

  • Wrapping a wrap can get a little tricky if you overstuff it, use too small a wrap, or don’t warm tortillas if they’re cold and stiff.  
  • Form the stuffing in a horizontal line or spread it around leaving enough space around the sides to enclose it. 
  • Fold in the sides about halfway so you can still see the stuffing. You can also leave the sides open if it’s a supersize.    
  • From the center pull and tuck the end of the wrap over the top of the stuffing and sides, spooning the ingredients in tight as you go. 
  • Keep tucking and tightening as you roll it.     
  • Secure it with food toothpicks or an eco binding.  

Another strategy is to create a mix using your favorite sauce and any number of ingredients such as rice, tofu, legumes, chopped veggies, nuts and seeds, fruits, sprouts and microgreens, on and on.  

They’re a great meal idea, appetizer, finger food.

Delicious stuffed vegan wrap with legumes, veggies, and herbs on a cutting board.

Vegan Wraps Recipe
This recipe is organic, plant-based, and gluten-free.
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Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Course Dinner, Lunch
Cuisine American
Servings 4
Calories 140 kcal



  • 4 Organic tortillas — I often use Ezekiel 4:9 sprouted grain — organic nori sheets, leaves, flatbreads like chapati, pita.
  • Vegan mayonnaise or your preferred sauce.
  • Suggestions: organic extra-firm tofu, cooked and seasoned brown rice, hummus, vegan ‘meat’ slices, vegan tuna, vegan black bean burger crumbles (veggie burger), legumes, falafel, tempeh, natto.
  • Salt & pepper (Himalayan, Celtic, unprocessed coarse ground).
  • Nutritional yeast.
  • Preferred spices.
  • Wrap Ideas:
  • Mixed greens spinach, chard, kale, romaine, arugula, etc..
  • Carrot.
  • Purple cabbage.
  • Sprouts broccoli, alfalfa, etc..
  • Tomato.
  • Avocado.
  • Cucumbers.
  • Red onion.
  • Raw garlic.
  • Broccoli florets.
  • Cauliflower florets.
  • Bell peppers.
  • Mushrooms.
  • Cilantro parsley, your favorite herbs.
  • Nuts and seeds.
  • Vegan cheese.
  • Kalamata olives
  • Nut butters.
  • The list of things you can add to vegan wraps is long.


  • Position wraps on a board.
  • Spread your favorite dressing/sauce on top.
  • Season with unprocessed salt, pepper, nutritional yeast.
  • Add any spices you prefer.
  • Chop and prep all of your ingredients.
  • Create layers that fit the wrap, seasoning and adding more sauce to each one.
  • Fold, roll, and rock.


Additions to wraps include guacamole, hummus, baba ganoush, salsa, tahini, pesto, homemade dressings, on and on.


Calories: 140kcal
Keyword Healthy Wraps Recipe, Vegan Gluten-Free Wraps Recipe, Vegan Recipe, Vegan Wraps, Veggie Wraps Recipe
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