We all have our favorite vegan wrap, but let’s be honest; coming up with new wrap ideas isn’t the world’s easiest task.
But having the same one all the time can get boring. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the best easy vegan wrap recipes, so you can give a new combination a try.
1. Easy Vegan Lunch Wrap by The Green Loot
This lunch wrap is a really simple recipe to make on the fly. It features an excellent source of protein, chickpeas, and a variety of colorful veggies. This wrap is perfect if you have any veggies that are going bad because you can just throw them in, and it’ll come out delicious. It’s packed with flavor and easily customizable, which makes it a great easy wrap recipe to add to your repertoire.
2. Middle Eastern Eggplant Wrap by Feasting at Home
This middle eastern eggplant wrap features roasted eggplant and creamy tahini all in one. Throw in a mix of colorful veggies like tomatoes and radishes, and you’ve got a fantastic lunch or dinner. To finish it off, add your favorite tahini or zhoug sauce. The combination of flavors will leave you craving more! This wrap is super easy to pepare, so it’s a great recipe to make ahead for the week.
3. Greek Collard Green Wrap by Evergreen Kitchen
If you’re looking for a healthy wrap filled with veggies, this Greek collard green wrap is for you. It features collard greens, vegan tzatziki, and lemon herb quinoa. Using the collard green as the wrap makes it appropriate for anyone who is also gluten-free or grain-free. If collard greens aren’t your favorite, you can easily substitute them for a classic tortilla wrap or a simple lettuce wrap.
4. Smashed Chickpea Salad Wrap by This Savory Vegan
This smashed chickpea salad wrap is all the flavor of a chicken salad but vegan. It requires no cooking and is quick to put together. You can whip this up in large batches, making it perfect for meal prepping for the week. It features chickpeas, avocado, and plenty of flavors. If you’re grain-free or gluten-free, you can switch the tortilla for lettuce to make it low-carb as well.
5. Vegan Shwarma by Gormandelle
This is a fantastic recipe if you love the Middle Eastern flavor. This shawarma is a vegan take on classic shawarma: while traditional shawarma is made with meat, this uses mushrooms instead. Throw in some additional veggies, lots of spices, and a flavorful sauce, and you’re ready to go! This vegan shawarma will satisfy your cravings and leave you feeling full. Don’t forget to squeeze some lemon on top to bring out all the flavors.
6. Roasted Veggie Quinoa Wrap by Stacey Homemaker
If you want a delicious wrap that will leave you nice and full, this veggie wrap is a fantastic choice. It features mushrooms, quinoa, and roasted red pepper hummus. It’s quick and easy to throw together. This wrap is filled with nutrients from quinoa, mushrooms, and hummus and packs tons of protein to keep you feeling full throughout the day.
7. Buffalo Chickpea Wrap by Karissa’s Vegan Kitchen
Who doesn’t love a classic buffalo and ranch combination? This buffalo chickpea wrap will satisfy that craving. Once you combine the soft chickpeas with the crunchy lettuce, it’s sure to hit the spot. You can also add a variety of other veggies to spice it up however you like. It’s easy to meal prep the filling for the week, so this is definitely a quick recipe to throw together anytime you need it.
8. Super Food Salad Wrap by The Big Man’s World
If you love nutrition-packed meals, this superfood salad wrap is perfect for you. It combines a variety of ancient grains, vegetables, and dressing to create the perfect balanced meal. You can premake the mixture and just throw it in the wrap when you’re on the go. Ancient grains give you protein, and the veggies are packed with nutrients fueling your body for the day.
9. BBQ Tempeh Coleslaw Wrap by Veggie Primer
Tempeh is an excellent substitute for chicken in any dish, but especially in this BBQ tempeh coleslaw wrap. You can use the Veggie Primer BBQ sauce recipe or your own to create this easy wrap. The coleslaw is easy to put together, and you can customize it however you like with as many veggies as your heart desires. With only four ingredients, you can’t beat its simplicity.
10. Vegan Gyro by Lazy Cat Kitchen
This vegan gyro recipe is a great way to add Greek inspired vegan dishes to your day. Instead of traditional pork or chicken gyro, this one uses jackfruit. If you don’t like jackfruit, you can substitute it for any plant-based meat like tofu or tempeh. Season the jackfruit with some Mediterranean spices, throw in your veggies and vegan tzatziki, and you’ve got an amazing meal that will fill you up.
11. Sweet Potato Chickpea BBQ Wrap by Vegan 8
Sweet potatoes are packed with a variety of nutrients –like vitamins and minerals– that are great in your daily diet, and this wrap ensures you get your fill. This recipe is full of flavor from the seasoned chickpeas, sweet potatoes, and mix of veggies. If you accidentally made too much, no worries; the sweet potato chickpea BBQ wrap is super easy to freeze for later.
12. Mapel BBQ Cauliflower Wrap by Rainbow Nourishments
If you want something different from a traditional wrap, this recipe is what you were looking for. These maple BBQ cauliflower wraps are made from sweet potatoes. The sweet potato flavor combined with the BBQ maple cauliflower makes for a unique flavor you don’t want to miss out on. If sweet potatoes aren’t your favorite, you can toss the maple BBQ cauliflower into a tortilla or lettuce wrap.
13. Coconut Curry Salad Wrap by Veeg
This Coconut Curry Salad Wrap is a fantastic fusion of a classic curry dish with the ease of a wrap. It features curried tofu, toasted coconut, and a variety of mixed greens. While it may seem elaborate, it only takes 40 min of prep and cook time to enjoy this dish. It’s super versatile and can be used with a tortilla or lettuce wrap if you are gluten or grain free.
14. Vegan Bean Burrito by Nutriciously
If you’re craving Mexican flavor, this vegan bean burrito is the perfect dish. With 25 grams of plant-based protein and around 15 minutes of cooking time, this meal is nutricious and simple at the same time. This wrap combines the typical Mexican flavors with soft, crunchy and creamy textures for an exciting experience.
15. Hummus and Veggie Wrap by Occasionally Eggs
Hummus is a great way to get in protein, and this wrap makes it easy. This hummus and veggie wrap requires little effort but will definitely fill you up. With only five ingredients, it’s easily adaptable and will become a staple in your weekly meals. If you have tons of leftover veggies you’re trying to get rid of, you can throw them in this wrap, and it’s guaranteed to be delicious.
16. Green Goddess Wrap by Elephantastic Vegan
This twist on a Mediterranean classic will not disappoint your taste buds. Elephantastic Vegan created this Green Goddess Wrap featuring their spinach falafel recipe as a go-to lunch. You can use their recipe or store-bought falafel depending on your preference, but either way the outcome is a delicious and nutritious meal. The mashed avocado adds creaminess to the dish; don’t forget to add a squeeze of lemon juice to bring out the flavor!
17. Buffalo Tofu Wrap by Hello Glow
This buffalo tofu wrap features crispy tofu nuggets and amazing taste. The neutral flavor of the tofu allows the buffalo and seasoning to shine in this dish. Hello Glow has all the tips for getting your tofu nice and crispy, so you can throw it in this wrap, add your favorite veggies, and enjoy. If you want to enhance the flavor even more, you can pair it with a vegan ranch dip.
18. Vegan Fajita by Veggie Desserts
If you enjoy Mexican flavors and the taste of mushrooms, these vegan fajitas are for you. The mushrooms give this dish a meaty texture that pairs great with the fajita veggies. You can meal prep the fajita mix and just toss it into tortillas when you’re ready to enjoy. These vegan fajitas are easy to customize by just throwing in your favorite veggies.
19. Vegetable Pad Thai Lettuce Wrap by Pickles and Honey
If you like traditional Pad Thai, you’ll love these lettuce wraps. This fusion dish combines all the flavors of Pad Thai but in an easy-to-make wrap. This recipe uses organic tempeh for protein and a variety of veggies for flavor. The three ingredient sauce makes it nice and simple to whip up during the week.
20. Vegan Burrito by Live Eat Learn
These Vegan Burritos go the extra mile by using vegan queso to enhance the flavor. This recipe includes tempeh taco meat, chipotle cauliflower rice, and the star of the show, cashew queso. If you’re short on time, you can find vegan queso at your local grocery store or skip the queso altogether.
21. Smoky Black Beans Wrap by Vegan Richa
If you’re looking for something with a little kick, this smokey black bean wrap by Vegan Richa is an excellent choice. It features protein-packed black beans, lots of fresh veggies, and a mix of spices. This dish includes cumin, chili powder, and liquid smoke, which makes it full of interesting flavors.
22. Broccoli Slaw Veggie Wrap by Veggie Inspired
Broccoli slaw can be found at most grocery stores, but have you thought of putting it in a wrap? This broccoli slaw veggie wrap does just that by combining broccoli slaw, spicy hummus, and a variety of leafy greens. You can top it off with a creamy dressing, and it’s an easy go-to meal you won’t regret.
23. Chickpea Caesar Salad Wrap by Food by Maria
Cesar salad wraps are pretty popular but have you had one made from chickpeas? This chickpea Caesar salad wrap is a delicious dish that’s easy to throw together anytime. It features flavorful chickpeas and nutritious veggies, and you can easily spice it up by adding buffalo sauce or hot sauce.
24. Black Lentil Collard Wrap by Grateful Grazer
This black lentil collard wrap puts collard greens to great use. It features black lentils, beets, and almond butter, creating a myriad of flavors. With only 30 total minutes of cook time, it’s a simple meal to put together for lunch or dinner. If black lentils or beets aren’t your thing, it’s easy to substitute for chickpeas or carrots.
25. Carrot Spinach Crunch Lunch Wrap by Tinned Tomatoes
This simple lunch wrap is packed with nutrient-rich veggies and fantastic flavor. You can create this carrot spinach crunch lunch wrap using flour tortillas, hummus, spinach, carrots, and chopped nuts. The hummus holds all the ingredients together while giving it a creamy finish, and if carrots and spinach aren’t enough, you can add whatever veggies you like.
26. Chipotle Tofu Rainbow Wrap by Vegan Yack Attack
Tofu is an excellent source of vegan protein, and is the star ingredient in this wrap. This recipe combines crunchy tofu, hummus, leafy greens, and thinly sliced veggies, and uses liquid aminos, nutritional yeast, and chipotle powder to give it plenty of flavors. It takes 50 minutes total to put together and is a great staple to add to your weekly meal plan.
27. Chickpea Sauerkraut Salad Wrap by Sweet Simple Vegan
These chickpea sauerkraut salad wraps are a fantastic source of protein and probiotics. This delicious wrap features chickpeas, sauerkraut, tahini, and tons of flavor. It’s a quick dish that only takes 10 minutes to throw together for lunch or dinner. If you’re gluten-free or grain-free, this recipe is easy to customize to fit your dietary restrictions.
28. Ginger Peanut Tofu Wrap by Hello, Veggie
If you love burritos or spring rolls, this ginger peanut tofu wrap is perfect for you. It combines tofu, carrots, and leafy veggies with a ginger-peanut sauce. The sauce is nice and thick, so it won’t get soggy if you have leftovers for another day. You can customize this dish by adding your favorite veggies or using tempeh instead of tofu.
29. Vegan Teriyaki Sushi Burrito by Emilie Eats
If you often crave traditional sushi, this sushi burrito is sure to hit the spot. Emily Eats created this vegan teriyaki sushi burrito recipe that features seitan covered in teriyaki sauce, rather than raw fish. You can customize the filling or copy the recipe using cucumbers, carrots, bell peppers, avocado, and cabbage.
Easy Vegan Wrap Recipes, Final Thoughts
As you can see, there is no shortage of quick and easy vegan wrap recipes. Here, we’ve covered plenty of options for all kinds of tastes and provided gluten free alternatives, as well. These nutritious and tasty recipes are fantastic options you can easily customize and add to your weekly meal plan. So, pick your favorite recipes from this list and enjoy some delicious guilt-free wraps!