Try Something Different With Wraps

When you are looking to bring a sandwich type of food on your picnic, you might decide that sandwiches are a little messier and you want to think outside the box. Another great option is to go with a wrap. These typically use spinach or whole wheat tortillas which are often healthier than bread and really help to make a filling wrap with stuff that isn’t falling out while you sit outside to eat it.

Chicken Caesar Wrap

One of the most important types of wraps is a chicken Caesar wrap. This is simply a chicken Caesar salad but placed in a tortilla all wrapped up, usually without the croutons. This can also be turned into a low-carb wrap by wrapping it all up in lettuce instead of a tortilla. The basic ingredients include pieces of cooked chicken, a little bit of cheese, lettuce, and some Caesar dressing. You can also load it up with any other veggies you want to include.

Low-Carb Lettuce Wrap

Another way to go low-carb with the wrap is to use any meats, veggies, and cheeses you want on the inside of a large lettuce leaf. Multiple pieces of iceberg lettuce and romaine lettuce work well for wraps. On the inside, fill it up with any meats and cheeses you want, with a few veggies. Some of the low-carb veggies typically allowed include greens, bell peppers, tomatoes and onions in moderation, mushrooms, and broccoli.

Veggies and Hummus

Another way to go with your wrap is also a vegetarian option. You can use your preferred tortilla for the wrap, then add some hummus on the inside, followed by your favorite veggies. The great thing about this type of wrap is that it is very low in fat and calories, carb-friendly depending on the veggies you use, and is great for vegetarians and vegans. For the tortilla, consider a healthier option like a whole wheat tortilla or a spinach wrap. 

BLT Wrap

If you enjoy BLTs, you can make it a little lighter by adding these ingredients to a wrap inside. There will be quite a bit of lettuce in the tortilla, really adding more nutrients and helping to fill you up. You can then add some sliced tomatoes, along with your bacon. To lighten it up, even more, consider using turkey bacon instead of full-fat bacon. You can add mayonnaise to it if you want, or just keep it lighter by not using that at all.

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