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We have given flour tortillas a veggie makeover! Raw Wraps are made from the super food spinach. We combine fresh spinach with apples, quinoa seeds, coconut nectar and psyllium husk to create a soft and delicious wrap that is loaded with antioxidants and packed full of nutrition.
Raw Wraps are great for travel as no refrigeration is needed. They stay fresh in their resealable zipper bag for up to a year.
You'll love our simple whole food ingredients. Raw Wraps spinach has a savory flavor with a hint of sweetness from crisp apples. The surface of the wrap is dotted with quinoa seeds to help boost the protein content. Psyllium husk is a natural fiber that's bulk forming, meaning it expands in the gut to slow digestion, keeping you fuller longer. Coconut nectar is the raw sap collected from coconut trees, it's a sweet source of essential minerals and vitamins. Enlarge the back of the package to view the nutrition facts and you'll find 220% RDA for vitamin K, 70% RDA vitamin A and 25% RDA vitamin C.
Each package contains 5 wraps packed with parchment paper between each wrap to prevent sticking.
Raw Wraps are ready to eat out of the bag. Do not bake, broil or toast. May microwave, pan fry, panini press for 10-15 seconds with oil. Layer dry ingredients first, follow with moist. The rough side is the outside. We also have Raw Wraps Kale available on Amazon.
Best value for shipping when you order 5 to 8 packs, Priority Mail $5.47.
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
- ASIN: B00OOX74S0
- UPC: 865568000004
Great taste but wraps are difficult to peel apart and should be individually separated
31 people found this helpful.
The taste is very good: light, exotic, refreshing from the typical flour tortillas. The wrap also has a good texture to it, but it gets soggy very easily from wet ingredients (tomatoes, eggs, ect), so I don’t recommend preparing the wraps a few hours ahead of time unless you don’t mind a soggy mess. Wraps are nice and large, but thin and delicate, so you need to roll them up gently.
Stickiness problem solved.
43 people found this helpful.
I saw some reviews that said these stick together. I guess they saw it too. I just recently ordered these and they have paper sheets separating each one. Stickiness problem solved. Now, if they could just get the sugar out. Yes, it is from natural sugar (6 grams each), so I am not too overly concerned as it probably has something to do with the strength. They are quite strong, so no worries about them tearing while putting on your favorite ingredients. They are also a nice good size. On $2.00 Taco Tuesday at my favorite healthy restaurant I order them and then just transfer the ingredients to these (I am Paleo) and throw away the the tortillas they come in. Works quite nicely. I will order these again.
I love these wraps
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I love these wraps. Hands down, my favorite go-to lunch is a Raw Wrap with a mess of salad veg and avocado on top of hummus, tuna, or slices of almond cheese. As with all the “alternative”-type foods (gluten-free, no-dairy/soy/egg, etc) you have to adjust your taste and texture expectation. This will not taste or feel like a flour tortilla – which is actually more than fine with me. I’ve tried both the spinach and kale (I can’t really tell the difference, but I haven’t done a side-by side comparison, either) and they are both good. I love the quinoa for a little added toothsomeness with each bite. The flavor is slightly sweet, so it makes a nice compliment to any filling that is zesty or spicy. They are much better than any of the other wraps out there – they hold up as long you don’t put the wet ingredients in and then pack it in your lunch box for half a day. I like that the packaging is resealable – when I pack my lunch for work I make up a salad, pack a filling, and then take the whole Raw Wraps package with me and just pull one out when I am eating lunch and make right there. I love having a lunch that I can play with – wrap up, eat with my hands. I also love that they have few ingredients, are all natural, and low in calories. I’ve found I don’t miss a grain-based wrap at all, and prefer these to any other GF sandwich vehicle. I wish they made more products because I love their approach to whole foods. The price-point is high, but I’m willing to spend to feed myself well. I’m worth it. You are, too.
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4 people found this helpful.
Ok, these are good. If you are working on eating more raw veggies and less bread (or none here!), miss a good sandwich for lunch and are interested in RAWfoods these fit the bill. They roll well, are fairly easy to pull apart if you are careful (mine were not each separated with paper as someone said theirs were, only the bottom one had paper on mine) and they taste good. I stuffed mine with lots of veggies and some leftover ginger stirfry from the night before and YUM. Tomorrow I’m trying them with hummus, kelp noodles and lots of red bell pepper.. For me the price is worth it.. I mean you pay by investing in your health or you pay later in medical bills, right? I’ll buy them again.
Wrap up chicken salad with grapes and lettuce for an easy dinner.
One person found this helpful.
Expensive….delicious. Wrap up chicken salad with grapes and lettuce for an easy dinner.
Wrap it up!
Love these! They are tasty and so good for you versus processed wraps.