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Repurpose old papers and wrapping when gifting your favorite treats this holiday season

Reduce the extra waste that comes along with wrapping paper, packaging and ribbon by using repurposed items such as calendar pages, brown paper bags or newspaper. There are many ways to reuse items instead of sending them straight to the landfill.

Cut out a colored section of the newspaper from the cartoons page and use the bright hues as trim against a plain brown paper backdrop. You can also use personalized cookies or candies with names on them instead of using an extra piece of paper or a sticker tag.

Look for items around your kitchen to add some spice to your green gifts such as star anise, cinnamon sticks or cloves and incorporate their shapes and colors into the package design you've created.

It’s easy to make sandwich wraps, and there’s so much room for creativity. Load them with meats, cheese, and veggies to suit. Spread them with mayonnaise or a sandwich spread or drizzle them with dressing.

For breakfast, you can make a wrap with scrambled eggs, grated cheese, and snipped bacon or crumbled sausage. Add salsa, if you like, for a Tex-Mex breakfast burrito.

For dessert, you can make a wrap with berries, creams, or melted chocolate. If you have a sweet tooth, you could even do all of the above.

You can buy tortillas in the grocery store, but they always taste much better homemade. You can make them yourself with your tortilla mix.

Here are four of our favorite wraps to make–great for a quick lunch or an easy dinner.

Why Veggie Wraps Are Just the Best

  • Rich in fiber, antioxidants, vitamins & minerals
  • Totally customizable & approachable
  • Colorful, crispy, chewy & never boring
  • Great for meal prep & picnics
  • Healthy to-go lunch option
  • Kids & picky eaters love them
  • Undetectably healthy & cholesterol free
  • Create more variety in your meals
  • Delicious vessel for fresh veggies

30 Wrap Recipes to Bring Your Lunch Game to the Next Level

You know packing your own lunch can save you some serious cash (over $500 a year!) &mdash but the thought of eating the same salads, sandwiches, and soups every day can lead anyone to the nearest drive-thru. Don&rsquot get stuck in a meal prepping rut, and you won't even think about hitting up the office cafeteria. How? Refresh your lunch routine by adding a few wraps into the weekly rotation. These wrap recipes make the most of bold flavors and seasonal ingredients &mdash and are easy to transport, too! (Pro tip: Spread sauces and condiments between the fillings, not on the wraps themselves, to keep wraps from getting soggy).

Whether you&rsquore brainstorming ways to fill spinach, whole wheat, or gluten-free wraps (like these cheesy ones!), deciding between chicken wrap recipes, vegetarian wrap recipes or classic tortilla wrap recipes, we&rsquove got ideas for you. We&rsquore sharing our favorite burritos, gyros, and lettuce wraps, as well as different ways to incorporate Southwestern, Italian, and Vietnamese flavors into your midday meal. There are good-for-you wraps packed with key nutrients (yes, wraps can be healthy!), and crazy-indulgent options for the days you want to just treat yourself. Because Mondays don't seem so bad (and take-out is way less tempting) if you have a Buffalo Chicken Salad Wrap to look forward to.

12 Tasty Wrap Recipes for a Quick and Easy Dinner

Eating healthy on the go is always a struggle. It's tempting to swing through the drive-thru to pick up a fast food favorite (and you never seem to have time to make your favorite restaurant burgers at home). And there are tons of healthy meals you could whip up at home, but dishes like spiralized noodles and veggie-filled mac and cheese are hard to eat when you're in a hurry. Wraps, from burritos to gyros, solve this problem, helping you to get in some serious nutrition even when you're rushing around town. These 12 fresh and tasty wraps will be your go-to for dinner on busy nights.

Honey BBQ Chicken Wraps

Sticky barbecue honey chicken can be a messy meal. But load it into a wrap, and suddenly you’ve got a flavorful, on-the-go dinner. (via Tastes Better from Scratch)

Spicy Tuna Avocado Wrap

If you haven’t got time for takeout, this spicy tuna avocado wrap is just the ticket. It’s loaded with veggies and protein to keep you going even on the busiest days. (via Eat Yourself Skinny)

Lamb Meatball Pitas With Mint Tzatziki

Juicy, golden-brown lamb meatballs are a pleasant departure from beef. Pair them with French fries and mint tzatziki sauce for a satisfying meal. (via Little Kitchen Big World)

Balsamic Chicken Goat Cheese Wraps

Tangy balsamic vinegar livens up bland chicken in this recipe. Add some goat cheese, dried cranberries, and fresh veggies for a refreshing dinner. (via Dinner Then Dessert)

Healthy Beef Burrito Wraps

These burritos are all about the beef. Lighter in carbs than your standard stuffed-to-the-brim version, they focus on lean meat, fresh pico de gallo, and just enough beans and rice to hold things together. (via Berries and Spice)

Cheese and Potato Wraps

Known as aloo cheese frankie, these wraps are inspired by a popular Indian street food. A bright and tangy vegetable slaw keeps the creamy potato and cheese mixture from getting too heavy. (via Aromatic Essence)

Avocado Egg Salad Roll Ups

Put a heart-healthy twist on egg salad by swapping out the mayonnaise for Greek yogurt and mashed avocado. It’s as creamy as the classic, but you’re getting added nutrients and protein. (via OMG Chocolate Desserts)

Bacon Ranch Turkey Wraps

Classic turkey wraps are a lot more interesting when stuffed with more than iceberg lettuce and tomato. Here, the deli meat is accentuated by smokey bacon, sharp cheddar cheese, and creamy ranch dressing. (via Zen & Spice)

Asian Collard Wraps With Peanut Sauce

Collard greens are stuffed with fresh veggies, tofu, and rice in these wraps. A creamy, slightly sweet peanut sauce keeps them from tasting too much like rabbit food. (via Well Vegan)

Slow Cooker Greek Chicken Gyros

Fast and fresh dinners don’t get easier than these gyros. Slow cooked chicken simmers all day while you’re at work, so all you have to do is add it, some veggies, and a slather of tzatziki sauce into a pita when you’re ready to eat. (via The Seasoned Mom)

Middle Eastern Cauliflower Wraps

Spiced cauliflower and chickpeas make a hearty filling for these wraps. They’re topped with a cooling, creamy garlic and yogurt sauce for a final flourish. (via The Spice at Home)

Chicken and Avocado Burritos

Cassava tortillas are the secret ingredient to these gluten-free burritos. Creamy avocados and grilled chicken make them an ultra-satisfying, healthy meal. (via Downshiftology)

30+ Awesome Lunch Time Wraps Ideas and Recipes

You could probably live off eating wraps, if you really wanted to.

From breakfast burritos to lunch time snacks, here’s some 27+ varying wrap recipes and ideas that are super easy to put together.

Cajun Chicken & Avocado Salad Wrap

These delicious chicken and avocado salad wraps are super delicious and easy to make. Get the full recipe here: > Cajun Chicken & Avocado Salad Wrap

Vegan Hummus and Veggie Wrap

This quick and simple wrap recipe makes for a great vegan lunch idea. Get the full recipe here: > Vegan Hummus and Veggie Wrap

Healthy Tuna and Avocado Salad Wraps

A quick, simple and ultra healthy tuna and avocado salad wrap recipe. Get the full recipe here: > Healthy Tuna and Avocado Salad Wraps

Pickle, Onion and Cheese Wraps

These pickle, onion and cheese vegetarian wraps make for a perfect lunch. Get the full recipe here: > Pickle, Onion and Cheese Wraps

Chicken And Bacon Caesar Wraps

These chicken and bacon Caesar wraps make for an awesome and easy lunch. Get the full recipe here: > Chicken And Bacon Caesar Wraps

BLT wraps

These tasty and all too easy Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato wraps are a simple twist on the sandwich classic. Get the full recipe here: > BLT wraps

Tasty Tuna Crunch Wraps

Try these tasty Tuna Crunch Wraps next time you're in need of a super quick lunch. Get the full recipe here: > Tasty Tuna Crunch Wraps

Tuna Mayo 'Burritos'

These tuna and mayo ‘burritos’ are made with Italian gnocchi. Get the full recipe here: > Tuna Mayo 'Burritos'

Colourful chicken salad wraps

These chicken salad wraps are packed full of colourful, healthy and tasty ingredients. Get the full recipe here: > Colourful chicken salad wraps

Cheese and mixed bean veggie wraps

This veggie bean wrap recipe is an easy Mexican meal to cook up in the evenings. Get the full recipe here: > Cheese and mixed bean veggie wraps

Fully loaded veggie breakfast burrito.

A packed burrito that'll keep your hunger at bay until lunch. and probably until dinner too, if we're being honest. Get the full recipe here: > Fully loaded veggie breakfast burrito.

Crunchy piri piri chicken wraps

These spicy chicken wraps with crunchy salsa are totally addictive to make. Get the full recipe here: > Crunchy piri piri chicken wraps

Simple Bean and Rice Burritos

Vegetarian food needn't be bland salads Get the full recipe here: > Simple Bean and Rice Burritos

Hot and spicy chicken wraps

Whip out the chilli powder for these hot and spicy chicken wraps, with peppers and red onion. Get the full recipe here: > Hot and spicy chicken wraps

Turkey, Bacon and Avocado wraps

A very quick and easy wrap idea with bacon, chicken (or turkey) and avocado. Get the full recipe here: > Turkey, Bacon and Avocado wraps

Spicy stir fry chicken wraps

Pour in the hot sauce for this spicy chicken wrap recipe that can be ready in minutes. Get the full recipe here: > Spicy stir fry chicken wraps

Ham and cream cheese wraps

A quick and simple lunch time snack and that's easy to make and great to take out with you Get the full recipe here: > Ham and cream cheese wraps

Healthy Crispy Chicken and Avocado Wraps

These toasted chicken and avocado wraps are not only healthy, they take just 10 minutes. Get the full recipe here: > Healthy Crispy Chicken and Avocado Wraps

Crispy Toasted BBQ Chicken Wraps

These toasted, crispy BBQ chicken wraps make for a quick an easy meal. Get the full recipe here: > Crispy Toasted BBQ Chicken Wraps

Eggs Benedict breakfast wraps

A twist on the breakfast classic, enjoy an eggs Benedict themed breakfast wrap with this yummy recipe. Get the full recipe here: > Eggs Benedict breakfast wraps

Sticky BBQ chicken wrap

Make this very tasty sticky BBQ chicken and crunchy salad wrap recipe Get the full recipe here: > Sticky BBQ chicken wrap

Turkey and coleslaw wrap

A yummy quick lunch time wrap recipe that's ideal for a summer's picnic Get the full recipe here: > Turkey and coleslaw wrap

Sausage and onion wraps

A quick and tasty breakfast wrap recipe with sausages and onions. Get the full recipe here: > Sausage and onion wraps

Simple pizza wrap

An easy and all so simple simple pizza and quesadilla crossover: Try this fast pizza wrap. Get the full recipe here: > Simple pizza wrap

Egg and Chorizo Breakfast Wrap

A yummy Spanish inspired wrap for breakfast or any time of the day. Get the full recipe here: > Egg and Chorizo Breakfast Wrap

Hoisin chicken (or turkey) wrap

Ditch the expensive duck but keep the hoisin sauce for this brilliantly tasty and easy chicken wrap recipe Get the full recipe here: > Hoisin chicken (or turkey) wrap

Chicken, Bacon and Avocado wrap

Here's another yummy wrap recipe: Chicken, bacon and avocado Get the full recipe here: > Chicken, Bacon and Avocado wrap

Cajun Chicken And Sweet Potato Burrito

This easy burrito recipe combines spicy Cajun chicken, creamy sweet potato mash and cool sour cream. Get the full recipe here: > Cajun Chicken And Sweet Potato Burrito

Cooked breakfast wrap

A very yummy way to start the day with a bacon, egg, cheese and hasbrown wrap. Get the full recipe here: > Cooked breakfast wrap

Breakfast baked bean burrito

Make breakfast less boring with this mix between a Mexican style burrito and a full English fry up Get the full recipe here: > Breakfast baked bean burrito

Chicken And Carrot Avocado Wraps

Combine carrot, avocado and chicken for a super healthy lunchtime wrap recipe. Get the full recipe here: > Chicken And Carrot Avocado Wraps

Boiled Egg and Salmon Wraps

A super quick and healthy salmon and egg wrap recipe that's great for a quick lunch. Get the full recipe here: > Boiled Egg and Salmon Wraps

Saucy BBQ Chicken Wraps

These warm BBQ wraps are a great way to make use of leftover chicken and come with a homemade sauce. Get the full recipe here: > Saucy BBQ Chicken Wraps

18 Ways to Eat a Wrap for Every Meal

What is it about food wrapped in other food that is so delicious? Maybe it's because you can stuff so much flavor into one bite. Or maybe it's because wraps are so easy to pick up and eat. Or maybe it's the infinite flavor possibilities. Whatever the reason, wraps are good, and you have every reason to be obsessed with them!

These 18 diverse and delicious wrap recipes are sure to fulfill all your wrapping needs, whether it's for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even just a snack.

If you want your homemade PF Chang's knock-off wraps to be vegetarian, you are totally covered with this recipe. (Plus, it's carb-free!)

These pretty wraps have a fabulous Sriracha mayonnaise that will change. your. life.

Anything with breaded chicken is bound to be good. These Malibu melt wraps are no exception, especially with avocado and honey mustard thrown into the mix.

Looking for an actually good vegetarian wrap for lunch? Look no further. These wraps are filled with the delicious flavors of provolone cheese and roasted red pepper hummus, and are sure to make your lunch the envy of the entire office.

If you're looking for a wrap with a little more meat on its bones, this roast beef wrap with dill slaw is just what you need.

So simple and easy to throw together, yet so good.

This wrap is perfect for when you're feeling all fancy-like and makes for a truly filling dinner.

Turning a BLT into a wrap is probably about the only thing you can do to make a BLT even better.

Another simple wrap with just a few ingredients, but ingredients that pair beautifully for maximum texture and flavor.

Trying to eat fewer carbs? Try these lettuce wraps!

This recipe is perfect for when you need a mall Chinese fix but would rather just stay home in your PJs watching Scandal with a glass of wine.

The Thai flavors in these lettuce wraps is a nice twist, and you'll love the sweet potatoes.

Another great vegetarian lettuce wrap option, this recipe uses raw walnut taco "meat," which is both healthy and delicious, and beautiful Swiss chard for the wrap.

This lettuce wrap has some Greek flavor to mix things up.

These would be great with just the carnitas, but throw in some cherry-peach salsa and pure perfection.

Breakfast on the go has never been this delicious!

Your frittata wants to be in a wrap. Trust me.

This breakfast wrap has a nice kick for when you need to get going in the morning.

Getting in your greens first thing in the morning never tasted so good.

Come on, you know you want pulled pork for breakfast. You also know you want it with tons of cheese. Throw it in a wrap and you're good to go!

Jane Maynard is a food blogger at This Week for Dinner and Babble, a writer and designer, and a lover of all things chocolate.

15 Lettuce Wrap Recipes for Low-Carb Meals

This England-born chicken salad was originally created to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II&aposs crowning, but we like eating it on your run-of-the-mill Tuesday. The balanced blend of sweet mangoes and grapes and spicy curry powder, chiles, and ginger makes it a not-boring desk lunch. 

Hoisin-Glazed Pork Lettuce Cups

Photography by Peter Ardito

Make up a big batch of soy-glazed pork, then keep it on hand for these simple lettuce wraps any night of the week. 

Thai Pork Wrap-Ups

These are the simplest wraps you&aposll ever make—just cook the pork with the various herbs and sauces, then spoon into wraps! 

Teriyaki Turkey Lettuce Wraps

You only need give ingredients for these yummy wraps that the whole family will love. 

Rachael Ray&aposs Curry Chicken Salad

Photography by Kate Mathis

Grab a rotisserie chicken on the way home to make these simple wraps even easier. The combination of sweet fruits and spicy seasonings will leave you wanting more and more. 

We're welcoming the weekend with two simple and scrumptious meals: a classic Chicken Caesar Wrap and a Caprese Caesar Wrap. Both superstars feature my lightened-up, creamy, dreamy Caesar dressing that contains a surprising ingredient … avocado. It's so luxurious and versatile, plus it's light in calories and made with wholesome ingredients. Now, that's a wrap!

This wrap has it all — the perfect ratio of creaminess, crunchiness and cheesiness. It's full of protein and fiber and comes in a tasty, tightly wrapped tortilla. A few prep pointers: You can use store-bought or leftover chicken, swap in any preferred lettuce and select a tortilla that suits your eating style (whole-wheat, low-carb, gluten-free, etc.). The avocado Caesar dressing is key — an easy, toss-in-the-blender situation — and you can stash leftovers in the fridge for a few days. It's easy to get wrapped up in this scrumptious sammie.

Get the recipe here.

Caprese Caesar Wrap

Now you can be a wrap artist: With layers of vibrant and nutrient-packed ingredients, this dish is calling your name. Each bite delivers the best of both salads — Caprese and Caesar Salad — rolled up into one. Juicy, sweet tomatoes, creamy mozzarella and fragrant basil leaves will excite your palate, but the avocado Caesar dressing is what really makes this meal sing. Hoping you love it — we think it's a satisfying bundle of joy! (Pun, of course, intended.)

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Other easy wrap recipes

If you like this recipe you will love these other easy wrap recipes as well:

    – this is one of my favorite wrap recipes. You can eat it for lunch or dinner, made with salmon – if you love wraps and chicken this will be your new favorite dish. It’s made with a super yummy dressing – a super easy pinwheel recipe that you can serve on your next party – a totally vegan recipe that does not need any meat or poultry – put this wrap in your kid’s lunchbox instead of a sandwich they will love it – an easy and tasty lunch or dinner wrap that you can take along on a picnic – a tasty wrap filled with hummus and loads of vegetables

I hope you love this easy wrap recipe!

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Sandwich or Salad? That’s a Wrap!

Every day around noon, are you stuck with a rumbling stomach … and lunch indecision? What do you feel like? A sandwich or salad? A couple of thick slices of bread or a large roll might be more carbs or calories than you need. But sometimes a salad just doesn’t sound satisfying. If only there were something in between, with a little less bread, and a little more greens. Well, you can roll those two things together, and call it a wrap! A whole-wheat tortilla is a more reasonable serving of whole grains, and you can pile it with lean protein and lots of colorful veggies. Plus, wraps are ideal for packed lunches . Already in a neat and tidy bundle, they practically pack themselves.

Ready to roll? Simply place the tortilla on a work surface, arrange the filling ingredients down the center, and season. Then gently roll up the wrap, tucking in the ends like a burrito, if you like. Enjoy right away or wrap in plastic for packing.

Here are four healthy wrap recipes you can really sink your teeth into.

Turkey Club with Avocado & Tomatoes

1 whole-wheat tortilla
¼ avocado, sliced
2 oz (90 g) sliced deli turkey or chicken
1 oz (30 g) turkey bacon, cooked
½ small tomato, sliced
½ cup (½ oz/15 g) baby kale leaves
Freshly ground pepper

297 calories, 22 g protein, 13 g total fat, 4 g saturated fat, 26 g carbs, 7 g fiber, 4 g total sugars, 2 g added sugars, 717 mg sodium

Thai Chicken with Carrots & Purple Cabbage

1 whole-wheat tortilla
3 oz (90 g) sliced grilled chicken
1 tablespoon spicy peanut sauce
1 tablespoon peanuts, toasted
½ cup (1½ oz/45 g) shredded purple cabbage and carrots
Handful fresh cilantro leaves

345 calories, 33 g protein, 14 g total fat, 4 g saturated fat, 23 g carbs, 5 g fiber, 5 g total sugars, 2 g added sugars, 792 mg sodium

Smoked Salmon with Cucumber & Sprouts

1 whole-wheat tortilla
2 tablespoons light cream cheese
1 oz (30 g) smoked salmon
1 large hardboiled egg, sliced
3 thin slices cucumber
3 thin slices red onion
½ cup (½ oz/15 g) alfalfa, broccoli, or other sandwich sprouts

312 calories, 19 g protein, 16 g total fat, 7g saturated fat, 24 g carbs, 4 g fiber, 5 g total sugars, 0 g added sugars, 676 mg sodium

Mediterranean with Hummus & Roasted Veggies

1 whole-wheat tortilla
2 tablespoons hummus
½ cup (4 oz/125 g) roasted red peppers, eggplant, or mushrooms
1 tablespoon feta cheese crumbles
1 tablespoon kalamata olives
½ cup (½ oz/15 g) baby spinach leaves

282 calories, 9 g protein, 15 g total fat, 6 g saturated fat, 28 g carbs, 6 g fiber, 5 g total sugars, 0 g added sugars, 499 mg sodium

This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for medical diagnosis or treatment. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or condition. Always check with your doctor before changing your diet, altering your sleep habits, taking supplements, or starting a new fitness routine.

Becky Duffett

Becky Duffett is a contributing nutrition editor for Fitbit and a lifestyle writer with a passion for eating well. A former Williams-Sonoma cookbook editor and graduate of San Francisco Cooking School, she’s edited dozens of cookbooks and countless recipes. City living has turned her into a spin addict—but she’d still rather be riding a horse. She lives in the cutest neighborhood in San Francisco, spending weekends at the farmers’ market, trying to read at the bakery, and roasting big dinners for friends.

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