This Low-Carb Hummus Veggie Wrap is easy, fresh, and delicious! It’s full of fresh veggies, avocado, and hummus. Instead of a tortilla, it has an egg white wrap that’s similar to a thin omelet. The flavors in this wrap are so fresh and clean! I could eat this wrap every day. 🙂
Hummus-veggie wraps have a reputation for being hippie food, but I’m here to change that! Although this Low-Carb Hummus Veggie Wrap is vegetarian, it’s actually super delicious. I’m not a vegan-voodo-hippie kind of person, but I love hummus & veggies! This recipe combines the two perfectly in a portable, low-carb, protein-packed egg white wrap! I fluffed two egg whites together and cooked them like I’d cook a normal omelet to make a super-simple tortilla substitute. I expected the whole thing to fall apart, but it didn’t! Not only did it hold together, it tasted pretty good too . . . I mean, it was a little bland (what do you expect?), but that doesn’t matter because the hummus and veggies were the stars of the show!
I loved this recipe, but I’m not the only one! My sister tried it too and thought it was delicious! That’s proof that this isn’t some weird health food recipe that only weird people like — it’s actually good. I hope you all enjoy this recipe too! It’s super simple; I just made my egg white “tortilla,” spread it with some hummus, added avocado, and topped with my favorite vegetables. I thought about adding some nectarine or peach slices, but I decided against it because I thought it might be a little weird. Looking back, though, nectarine would be delicious, since it’s crunchy and sweet (but not too sweet). It would add some nice contrast to the recipe.
You can definitely add any vegetables you want to this recipe. If you need a higher-carb meal (*every runner raises their hand*), you could fill this with potatoes, sweet potatoes, or even carrots! In fact, I bet plantains would be good too. I also considered adding broccoli, and I think crunchy radishes would be good too. Sauerkraut, kimchi, and other fermented vegetables would be good too. I used cauliflower hummus in this recipe, but you can use normal hummus if you want! (You can even add some pesto.) The world is your oyster!
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