Swiss Chard Hummus Wrap: 3ten.ca
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Recipe: Swiss Chard Hummus Wraps

Swiss Chard Hummus Wrap: 3ten.ca

Swiss chard hummus wraps are so delicious and healthy, not to mention, gluten free. Oh, and the best part is that they keep for a few days in the fridge because there really isn’t anything to wilt or get mushy. Overall, they are tasty!

Okay, let’s get started.

Ingredients

  • 6 swiss chard leaves
  • 1/2 a cucumber
  • 1 carrot
  • about 1 cup of roughly chopped red cabbage
  • 1 container of spicy hummus

First, gather all of your ingredients.

Swiss Chard Hummus Wrap: 3ten.ca

Next, wash the swiss chard and be sure it’s nice and dry. The excess moisture won’t do well for keeping them for tomorrow’s lunch.

Swiss Chard Hummus Wrap: 3ten.ca

Wash the carrot and the cucumber and then cut them into thin strips. With the cucumber, if you’re making them ahead of time, but sure to take out the middle.

Swiss Chard Hummus Wrap: 3ten.ca

Lay out the swiss chard and top with a generous helping of hummus.

Swiss Chard Hummus Wrap: 3ten.ca

Top with the cabbage, carrots and cucumber – these swiss chard hummus wraps are going to be delicious!

Swiss Chard Hummus Wrap: 3ten.ca

Time to roll it up. For lunch the next day I roll the up in packing paper and parchment paper. They just look cute that way.

Swiss Chard Hummus Wrap: 3ten.ca

Swiss Chard Hummus Wrap: 3ten.ca

Swiss Chard Hummus Wrap: 3ten.ca

Done!

Swiss Chard Hummus Wrap: 3ten.ca

So good – we just had these on our picnic yesterday. We’re in Kelowna right now enjoying some family time and on our drive through the mountains we stopped at Lake Minnewanka and had a delightful picnic.

Swiss Chard Hummus Wrap: 3ten.ca

Enjoy your Friday and Happy Canada Day!

Recipe

Recipe: Swiss Chard Hummus Wraps
 
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Serves: 6
Ingredients
  • 6 swiss chard leaves
  • ½ a cucumber
  • 1 carrot
  • about 1 cup of roughly chopped red cabbage
  • 1 container of spicy hummus
Instructions
  1. First, gather all of your ingredients.
  2. Next, wash the swiss chard and be sure it's nice and dry. The excess moisture won't do well for keeping them for tomorrow's lunch.
  3. Wash the carrot and the cucumber and then cut them into thin strips. With the cucumber, if you're making them ahead of time, but sure to take out the middle.
  4. Lay out the swiss chard and top with a generous helping of hummus.
  5. Top with the cabbage, carrots and cucumber.
  6. Time to roll it up. For lunch the next day I roll the up in packing paper and parchment paper. They just look cute that way. That's it, that's all - done!

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