I am always looking for great tasting healthy recipes like these Spinach & lentil hummus wraps. Especially come time for summer – i’m working on the beach body [Well trying – lol] and also find that it’s too hot to make anything else. So these little treats are just divine, healthy, fresh, and make me feel like i’m eating something at a restaurant rather than my own packed lunch

We all LOVE hummus and it’ll always be a first love of ours, but if you’re looking for something that packs a higher protein then you simply must add this lentil hummus recipe into your new “Must-Makes”. Another reason to try out this Spinach & Lentil Hummus wrap recipe.

The health benefits of lentil hummus are plenty: it’s full of fibre, protein, essential vitamins and rich in anti-inflammatory properties.

Lentils alone are Full of fiber, folate, protein, magnesium, iron, and more. Then added with some garlic to Boost your immune system and then our amazing Tahini from The Old Stone Mill that is high in monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats that help ward off heart disease and cancer, and packed with magnesium, phosphorous, iron, and calcium.

                      Starting to peak your interest now I see 😉 and according to Eatthis.com lentils are the super food you should be eating!

Spinach and Lentil hummus wraps

Spinach & Lentil Hummus Wraps

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Struggling for ideas on what to make for lunch? this lentil hummus and spinach wrap recipe is perfect for lunch or any time of the day and easy to whip up too.
Serves: 1 People
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Vegan Product

Ingredients

For The Wraps

  • 6 Large Spinach leaves
  • Carrots, cucumber, Beetroot
  • Hot Sauce
  • Lettuce
  • Purple cabbage

Instructions

For the Hummus

  • Place all of hummus ingredients into a jug and blend until smooth. Make sure it is quite thick so that it will stay in your spinach wrap.

To Make your wraps

  • Bring a pot of water to a simmer, then cut off the spinach sticks and place the leaves in the water one by one for about 1 minutes to soften a little. Take them out with tongs and place on some kitchen towel to drain.
  • Peel and slice all your veg into thin strips and set aside.
  • Then lay your spinach leaves out and smear with hummus, add in your veg and a little hot sauce and roll up. You can use some of the hummus to stick it together. Then slice and place in your lunch box to take with you.