Veggie Pinwheels

These easy Veggie Pinwheels are great for lunch or a party! They are healthy, vegetarian, filled with vegetables and hummus in a spinach wrap!


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  • spinach wraps
  • hummus
  • red cabbage
  • red pepper
  • carrots


Looking for a way to get your kiddos or husband to eat more veggies? Give these easy vegetarian pinwheels a try! They're so perfect to pack in a lunchbox and we also serve them as an appetizer for the holidays or any other party or celebration.

These pinwheels are healthy, simple to make and also vegan! The veggies can be chopped and sliced the night before, making them easier to assemble them in the morning, while packing everyone's lunch box.

The hummus pairs so well with this combo of veggies. The vegetables add a great crunch along with the softness of the spinach wrap. We've also used chilled, roasted vegetables in these wraps, which was phenomenal. 


Looking for more easy meatless lunch ideas? Try this Mushroom and Barley Soup or Tomato, Cucumber, Feta Salad!


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Recipe tips:

  • These are best made the same day as you'll be serving or eating them so the wraps don't get too soggy.


Veggie Pinwheels on a white plate.
Yield 24 pinwheels
Author Hot Eats and Cool Reads
Prep time
15 Min
Total time
15 Min

Veggie Pinwheels

Ingredients

  • 4 spinach wraps
  • 1 - 10 ounce container hummus
  • 2 cups thinly sliced red cabbage
  • 1 large red bell pepper
  • 2 large carrots

Instructions

  1. Prepare your vegetables. Chop the cabbage into thin strips. Dice the red pepper. Peel and shred the carrots.
  2. Lay out the spinach wrap on a plate or platter, and spread 2 heaping tablespoons hummus on each of them.
  3. Top each wrap evenly with ½ cup of shredded cabbage, ¼ of the shredded carrots, and ¼ of the diced bell pepper.
  4. Start from one end, and roll the wrap tightly, until you meet the other end.
  5. Set on a parchment lined baking sheet, and chill for 2 hours.
  6. Remove from the refrigerator, and cut off the end of each rolled wrap, then cut into 1-2 inch sections, discarding both of the ends, or snacking while you prepare them.
  7. Set pinwheels flat on a platter, and gently form into a circle. Cover and chill until ready to serve.

Nutrition Facts

Calories

51.48

Fat

1.49 g

Sat. Fat

0.42 g

Carbs

8.25 g

Fiber

1.35 g

Net carbs

6.91 g

Sugar

1.09 g

Protein

1.71 g

Sodium

103.41 mg

Cholesterol

0 mg

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You can add or substitute with these ingredients:


  • add a slice of deli ham or turkey to each wrap
  • use roasted vegetables instead of raw (bell peppers, mushrooms and asparagus is our favorite combo)
  • use green cabbage instead of red
  • add some sliced green onions
  • use any color bell pepper
  • use any flavor hummus
  • add some fresh chopped parsley


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Comments

  1. I love the roasted veggie wrap idea. I need to start eating healthier so this is just what I needed. Thank you.

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  2. G'day Looks very healthy indeed! YUM!
    Cheers! Joanne
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  3. We eat a lot of meatless meals. I'm definitely interested in the With or Without Meat Cookbook. I'll probably buy it if I don't win :)

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  4. Great giveaway, and yummy recipe too! Thanks!

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  5. We do a lot of slow cooker meals and I'm always looking for more recipes meatless and with meat

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  6. I just became a vegetarian so that book would help me so much!

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  7. What an awesome giveaway! With hubby being diabetic..and me..borderline...I would make great use of both of these great books.

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  8. I make meatless dishes two or three times a week. I also use the crockpot quite bit.
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  9. Sheena, these wraps look delicious, and thanks for the cookbook recommendations! I have asparagus I need to use, so this is perfect timing! Thank you for sharing this at Treasure Box Tuesday- PINNED! :)

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