Rainbow Wraps

Friday 26 April 2019

I was wanting something fresh and crunchy to eat the other day, and then I remembered the Deli Kitchen Skinni Wraps I had in the freezer, so I took them out to thaw and started thinking about what I was going to do with them! 

We are always being told to eat a "Rainbow."  A mix of five or more servings of vegetables and fruits in a day.  I have heard as many as 8.  This can be a bit hard to do, but it isn't impossible, and your heart  and body will thank you for it! 

I love the Deli Kitchen Skinni Wraps!   The come in plain and multi grain. 

They truly are very thin and coming in at less than 100 calories per wrap, they are the wise choice for someone who is trying to low carb it and eat healthier! 

Plus they come in a handy packaging which boasts a peel and stick closure, which means they will stay fresh for longer.  They also freeze very well. 

They also boast a unique rectangular shape with a pointed end, which makes them perfect for filling and rolling up tightly, no matter what you choose to fill them with! 

As you can see I chose a variety of fresh veg to fill mine with . . .  courgettes (zucchini), carrots, red cabbage, mashed avocado, rocket, carrots and two colours of fresh peppers . . . . 

I spread a thin layer of hummus over each wrap before I added the vegetables and then I added the crisp and fresh veggies in rows . . .  a beautiful rainbow of colours and textures and flavours!  Because the mashed avocado is a bit wetter than the others, I chose to put it in the middle.

 Rainbow Wraps 

Mmmm  . . .  I love mashed avocado and this was lightly flavoured with tangy lime juice, which also helped to maintain it's bright green colour! 

I adore hummus also and this was perfect for the base on which to layer everything else.  You can make your own or use a good, well flavoured store brand.  I used a Lemon, pepper and coriander one.

Its just loaded with flavour and it is my favourite! 

I often eat hummus with crisp vegetables for dipping!  This was kind of like that in a tasty wrap! 

It looked really pretty when sliced . . . 

And those lovely wraps held everything in beautifully, making these easy to eat and enjoy! 

I love eating rainbows!

Rainbow Wraps

Yield: Makes 4 wraps
Healthy, crunchy and very tasty!  Great for lunch or a snack.


  • 4 Deli Kitchen Skinni Wraps
  • 2 handfuls of fresh baby rocket (baby arugula)
  • 1 Avocado, pitted, peeled and mashed with the juice of 1/2 lime
  • 1/2 each red and yellow peppers, trimmed and sliced
  • 1 medium carrot, peeled and cut into matchstick pieces
  • 1/2 of a small courgette (zucchini) washed and cut into matchstick pieces
  • 1 small piece of a red cabbage shredded (about 1/2 cup)
  • 8 TBS your favourite hummus (I used lemon, pepper & coriander)
  • salt and black pepper to taste


How to cook Rainbow Wraps

  1. Lay your wraps out flat.  Spread each with 2 TBS of the hummus, covering them totally.  Lay out the veggies in a rainbow order. I like to put the avocado in the centre. Season to taste with salt and black pepper.  Roll up tightly.  Cut as desired.
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I love these Deli Kitchen Skinni Wraps, both the Multi Grain ones and the Plain ones.  Totally yummy!  You can buy them at Sainsbury's here in the UK.    Their delicious range also includes Sliced Focaccia, Plain Subwich, two kinds of folded flatbreads and three kinds of sandwich thins.  As a diabetic I do try to watch my carb intake most of the time and I have found these thinner, healthier options really helpful in doing that, plus they are also delicious.  I can have my sandwich and eat it too!  You can find their products in a variety of different shops, to find out which products are available where, do check out their website.


  1. BIG YUM... BIG PRETTY! These wraps are so beautiful, Marie! I just love the combo here with the hummus, avocado and lots of veg... Gotta make these! ;) ((LOVE & HUGS))

    1. You are sure to love Tracy. They are really delicious as well as pretty! Love and hugs! xoxo

  2. Looks wonderful and so healthy, I would love this but Garry is not a fan, he should eat this way but is such a stick in the mud when it comes to wraps , I love them though!

    1. Its a great way to get in some of your five a day Laurie! xoxo

  3. So appetizing!Love the colors Marie.

  4. These look and sound so delicious. I love hummus, avocado, flatbread and veggies, so what's not to love about these. I'd probably add alfalfa sprouts just because I love them as well. Yum!

    1. Alfalfa Sprouts are great. I wish we could find them here, or micro greens, all we get is the mustard cress! xoxo

  5. I,m loving your wrap recipes and I,ve been wondering what to do with an Avocado ! :)


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