Alkaline Wheat Free Quinoa & Hummus Wraps

AuthoradminCategoryDifficultyBeginner
Yields1 Serving
Prep Time12 minsCook Time12 minsTotal Time24 mins
 4 large Collard Leaves (depending on gaps you may need a couple more)
 ½ cup of Sprouts (any you like)
 ½ cup of Purple Cabbage, shredded or carrots
 ½ cup of Beetroot, either cooked and mashed or raw sliced very finely
 1 cup of Quinoa
 1 cup of Hummus
 1 cup of Avocado
1

First, get the quinoa cooking – put the cup of quinoa into a pan with 2 cups of cold water, bring to the boil and then simmer on a really low heat until the water is evaporated and the quinoa is fluffy

2

Next get the wraps going by prepping out the collard leaves, cut from the plant, washed and laid out like a regular wrap

3

Next spread the hummous equally over each leaf – the hummous acts like a glue for the ingredients!

4

Slice and lay out the avocado in a line from top to bottom down the middle of the leaf

5

Add the quinoa equally between the leaves and then fill with the remaining ingredients

6

Next wrap by folding at the bottom (to stop everything falling out) and then rolling into a regular wrap shape!

7

Notes
You can also use a toothpick to hold in place. This yields 4 wraps, so if it’s just you eating, put the others in the fridge for tomorrow!

Ingredients

 4 large Collard Leaves (depending on gaps you may need a couple more)
 ½ cup of Sprouts (any you like)
 ½ cup of Purple Cabbage, shredded or carrots
 ½ cup of Beetroot, either cooked and mashed or raw sliced very finely
 1 cup of Quinoa
 1 cup of Hummus
 1 cup of Avocado

Directions

1

First, get the quinoa cooking – put the cup of quinoa into a pan with 2 cups of cold water, bring to the boil and then simmer on a really low heat until the water is evaporated and the quinoa is fluffy

2

Next get the wraps going by prepping out the collard leaves, cut from the plant, washed and laid out like a regular wrap

3

Next spread the hummous equally over each leaf – the hummous acts like a glue for the ingredients!

4

Slice and lay out the avocado in a line from top to bottom down the middle of the leaf

5

Add the quinoa equally between the leaves and then fill with the remaining ingredients

6

Next wrap by folding at the bottom (to stop everything falling out) and then rolling into a regular wrap shape!

7

Notes
You can also use a toothpick to hold in place. This yields 4 wraps, so if it’s just you eating, put the others in the fridge for tomorrow!

Alkaline Wheat Free Quinoa & Hummus Wraps
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