Hummus Collard Wraps

These easy and healthy veggie packed hummus collard wraps are perfect for light lunch, appetizer or snack. Vegan and gluten-free. Made in partnership with Sabra.

Guess what today is? Friday. Woo-hoo. But wait, it’s also National Hummus Day!!! Y’all know how much I love hummus… so obviously I’m celebrating.

Collard green wrap with hummus and veggies lined up across the top.

I can not think of a better way to celebrate than with these hummus collard wraps.

Collard green wraps filled with hummus and chopped veggies sitting on a wood plate.

Have you tried collard wraps yet? Please say yes. Maybe you’ve tried with tempeh and sweet potato collard wraps?

If not, they’re like lettuce wraps. Only I think they’re a little better because collard leaves are bigger and stronger than most lettuce leaves so you can make massive burrito-like wraps without them falling apart on ya. If you haven’t tried them yet, you must step up your wrap game and try them. Even if you’re not a huge raw collard green person. Once you stuff the leaf with copious amounts of hummus and veggies, you won’t even realize you’re using a uber healthy collard leaf instead of a carby flour wrap. <– This is coming from the girl who loves raw collard greens salad so you can take that with a grain of salt. 😉

Hand holding two halves of veggie packed hummus collard wraps.

The lovely part about these wraps is that they’re insanely easy to whip up, require no cooking and are amazingly healthy. They’re like a salad in wrap form!

Two halves of veggie packed collard green wraps sitting on a white countertop. Package of hummus on the edge of the picture.

And they’re totally customizable too! You can use whatever veggies you have on hand — keep them raw or roast them for extra flavor. I used lots of crunchy raw veggies (carrots, cucumber, radish and cabbage) along with a few roasted asparagus spears. I think adding at least one roasted veggie is perfect because it adds a different texture and a little caramelized, roasted flavor to the wrap.

For the hummus, I went with Sabra’s basil pesto hummus to really give the wraps some herby flavor, but you can use whatever flavor of hummus you love. I’m thinking Roasted Red Pepper, Supremely Spicy and/or Olive Tapenade would be great options.

Sabra basil pesto hummus container sitting on a white wood counter in the center of the frame. Four collard green wraps around the edge.

Ready to celebrate National Hummus Day yourself? Head over to the Sabra website for a printable coupon, grab a container of hummus and make these wraps. Eat them for lunch, dinner, a snack or any meal in between! You really can’t go wrong with something this easy and tasty.

Two hands holding two halves of hummus collard wraps packed with chopped veggies.

Hand holding two halves of veggie packed hummus collard wraps.

Hummus Collard Wraps

Brittany Mullins
Easy and healthy hummus collard wraps with crunchy carrots, cucumbers, cabbage and roasted asparagus.
5 from 4 votes
Prep Time 15 mins
Course Wrap
Cuisine American
Servings 2 wraps
Calories 280 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 2 collard leaves
  • 1/2 cup basil pesto hummus
  • 10 asparagus spears roasted or raw
  • 1/2 cup cucumber peeled and sliced into short thin strips
  • 1-2 carrots peeled and sliced into short thin strips
  • 1/2 cup zucchini sliced into short thin strips
  • 1/2 cup radish sliced into short thin strips
  • 1/2 cup red cabbage sliced thin
  • 1/2 avocado
  • micro greens sprouts or baby greens

Instructions
 

  • Wash and dry collard leaves and then use a paring knife to shave down the stems. This will make them much easier to fold.
  • Place collard leaves on a flat surface, spread 1/4 cup of hummus near the top/middle of each leaf, fill each leaf with the remaining veggies, splitting each amount between the two wraps. Wrap the leaves as you would a burrito. Cut each wrap in half and enjoy.

Nutrition

Serving: 1wrapCalories: 280kcalCarbohydrates: 24gProtein: 9gFat: 20gFiber: 11gSugar: 6g
Keyword collard wrap, hummus collard wrap, hummus veggie wrap, veggie collard wrap
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Disclosure: I am a Sabra Tastemaker and this post is brought to you by Sabra Dipping Co., LLC. All opinions are 100% mine. Thank you for supporting the brands that make EBF possible. 

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    20 comments
    1. hayley
      March 15, 2021 AT 9:35 pm

      5 stars
      it was delish!

    2. Chris
      November 29, 2020 AT 1:36 pm

      5 stars
      I came here to see how to wrap the greens. I’m making Asian coconut rice stuffed greens tomorrow and my practice run didn’t end well.
      Thanks for the stem shaving trick, I was removing the stem down the middle and having problems with how to fold with the gap left.

      Being gluten intolerant I dont bother with wraps and such, and have never considered eating greens raw. I shall have to try this for lunch.

      Thank you

      1. Brittany Mullins
        November 29, 2020 AT 5:35 pm

        I’m glad this post was helpful for you, Chris! Let me know how it turns out for you once you make it. 🙂

    3. James Rayers
      August 29, 2019 AT 1:51 am

      I’m obsessed with jalapeno hummus right now so I would have to somehow work that into the equation. But the pesto flavour works so well in this recipe!

    4. Yiska
      November 7, 2017 AT 9:47 am

      Hi there. I was wondering if you had a recipe for the hummus thanks.

    5. Anna Wright
      January 12, 2017 AT 5:07 am

      5 stars
      My kids lunch box was filled with this healthy recipe..They loved it.Thanks

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