These low carb rainbow wraps are stuffed full of colorful vegetables!
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One of my favorite sites for fun kids’ food is Eats Amazing, and recently I noticed this super fun Rainbow Wrap. With the author’s permission, I decided to make a low carb version. It isn’t often that I make vegetarian food – but this looked so pretty I just had to try it!
I used low carb tortillas (my favorite right now is the 3g net carb ones from Mission) and spread them with cream cheese.
Then add your veggies. I used bell peppers, baby spinach and red cabbage, but here is a full list (by color!) of low carb veggies you could use!
- Red cabbage
- Beets (used sparingly, not pickled)
(OK so I failed to add blue – if you think of anything let me know!)
- Baby spinach
- Green bell pepper
- Cooked asparagus
- Yellow bell pepper
- Cooked summer squash
- Orange bell pepper
- Red bell pepper
- Red jalapenos (spicy!)
I haven’t provided nutritional data as there are so many variables. Use a recipe calculator if you want to check!
Roll everything up tightly, using extra cream cheese as “glue” to seal the wrap if necessary. These would be perfect for a low carb lunch on the go!
Alternatively, cut them into slices. Discard the ends (aka EAT them!), then cut the wrap into neat slices and put on a serving platter for a cute little veggie bite at a party.
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