These tasty and healthy vegan wraps are perfect portable lunches for work or school! Filled with crunchy veggies, creamy spreads and lots of flavors, they are super customizable and a lovely addition to everyone’s lunchbox.
If you’re in need of a delicious, healthy and portable vegan lunch, look no further! Wraps are your one-way ticket to vegan lunch success.
Our hand-selected list of the best vegan wraps features all kinds of different vegetables, irresistible sauces, exciting textures and offers great vegan meal prep ideas.
Similar to delicious vegan sandwiches and colorful vegan bowls, our vegan wraps are great lunch ideas for the whole family and customizable to your needs!
We love using pre-cooked grains from last night or leftover roasted veggies to make a quick wrap within a matter of minutes! This makes them extra convenient and budget-friendly by using up leftover food.
Try some of our plant-based wraps as vehicles to help your family eat more veggies or bring them to your next vegan picnic.
Enjoy the following vegan wraps and don’t miss out on our printable bonus recipe at the end.
40+ Best Vegan Wraps You Need to Make
This is a lovingly hand-picked selection of our favorite easy and mostly healthy vegan wraps. Rich in vegetables, irresistibly flavorful and cleverly combined – we have everything from tortilla wraps to lettuce wraps, raw vegan wraps, collard green wraps and other gluten-free options.
You’ll never get bored of creating homemade veggie wraps with this large repertoire to choose from!
Sweet Potato Chickpea BBQ WrapsRecipe by The Vegan 8 →
Let’s start this list of the best vegan wraps off with a whole food plant-based recipe that combines everything we love about this lifestyle. You have a smoky BBQ sauce, soft sweet potatoes, protein-rich chickpeas, spicy peppers and a creamy vegan caesar dressing!
It’s a must-try lunch or dinner idea for everyone who thinks that wraps can only feature raw salad veggies.
Gluten-Free Jackfruit Avocado Lettuce WrapsRecipe by Wife Mama Foodie →
Have you ever tried to replace meat with pulled jackfruit? This tropical fruit is a surprisingly similar-looking ingredient that makes many plant-based meals more “meaty”.
These crunchy lettuce wraps are served with flavorful avocado aioli and are the perfect finger food to feed a whole crowd!
Best Vegan Crunch Wrap SupremeRecipe by Sweet Simple Vegan →
When Chris and Jasmine say this is the best crunch wrap supreme, you better believe them! The longtime vegans and bloggers put together this fantastic vegan version of the Taco Bell classic by layering refried beans, guacamole, lettuce, tostadas, vegan sour cream and more to create this amazing comfort food in under 30 minutes.
It’ll win any non-vegan’s heart for sure!
Gluten-Free Maple BBQ Cauliflower WrapsRecipe by Rainbow Nourishments →
Ever since we discovered our love for crispy baked & flavorful cauliflower bites, we’ve wanted to put them in as many meals as possible!
These wraps call for a butter bean spread and fresh veggies along with BBQ cauliflower, wrapping everything up nicely in some gluten-free sweet potato wraps. These colorful vegan wraps are easily customizable and a major stunner!
Moroccan Millet Collard WrapsRecipe by Nutriciously →
These naturally gluten-free collard wraps are low in fat, totally scrumptious and weight loss-friendly!
Offering complex carbs from the millet and chickpeas, these wraps satisfy your hunger for hours while offering plenty of colorful veggies and lots of flavor. We love this colorful, nutrient-rich, whole food plant-based to-go lunch!
Coconut Curry Salad WrapRecipe by Veeg →
This flavorful curry wrap is the perfect example of a really filling yet easy to make plant-based recipe! After just 25 minutes, you’ll have a blended curry mayonnaise-slathered baked tofu and fresh veggie wrap that keeps well in the fridge for days.
It’s an oil-free and gluten-free lunch option for everyone who wants a new twist on their usual wrap.
Raw Sushi Wraps with Kelp NoodlesRecipe by Crazy Vegan Kitchen →
Have you ever thought about making raw wraps? These sushi rolls might be the best way to give it a try! Featuring creamy avocado, crunchy coconut, lettuce, carrots and kelp noodles wrapped in nori sheets, these wraps taste totally delicious – especially when dipped in a tahini soy sauce.
Gluten-free, low in fat and calories and totally vegan – what more could you ask for?
Summer Fruit Spring Rolls with Mango DipRecipe by Jessica in the Kitchen →
We’re so ready for summer! These colorful rice paper spring rolls are bursting with sweet and sour fruits and very kid-friendly.
Naturally gluten-free, these vegan wraps are served with an easy-to-make mango dip and are perfect for a light breakfast, dessert or appetizer.
California Quinoa Salad Collard WrapsRecipe by Cotter Crunch →
Let’s keep that gluten-free goodness coming! Not only are these nutritious collard wraps rich in veggies, they also pack quite a bit of protein from the quinoa filling and edamame pesto.
They’re the perfect crunchy and creamy portable plant-based salad wrap that won’t leave you with a soggy mess come lunchtime.
Wholesome Vegan Bean BurritosRecipe by Nutriciously →
This classic Mexican wrap is a staple meal in our home! Using whole wheat tortillas, you can fill your bean burritos with leftover cooked rice, beans of your choice, lettuce, salsa and some fresh veggies.
Burritos work well for meal prep and as a to-go snack, and they can be enjoyed by the whole family! A really filling meatless comfort food.
Black Lentil & Beet Collard WrapsRecipe by Grateful Grazer →
Have you ever tried black lentils? They are packed with fiber, protein and minerals and make a delicious, chewy filling for any vegan wrap.
These beautiful collard green wraps don’t just feature legumes but also golden beets, red cabbage, greens and a creamy almond dressing. Another gluten-free vegan wrap that’s a must-try on our list!
Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana WrapsRecipe by Monkey and Me Kitchen Adventure →
Move over veggies, it’s time to wrap up some sweet goodness! This one’s a little different from the other wraps on our list (technically more like a sweet French crêpe), but this plant-based 4-ingredient dessert or breakfast option is irresistibly delicious.
It features melty chocolate, creamy peanut butter and sliced bananas. Now that’s how you make your family and kids fall in love with a vegan diet!
Spinach Wrap with Beet HummusRecipe by The Awesome Green →
Vibrantly pink and green, these crunchy and creamy vegan wraps were created by one of our favorite bloggers! These whole wheat tortilla wraps are filled with fresh spinach, cooked beets, avocado slices, sauerkraut and crunchy seeds.
Overflowing with fiber, protein and essential nutrients, it’s the perfect veggie wrap that doesn’t want to hide its healthfulness.
Vegan Rainbow Vegetable Tortilla WrapRecipe by Recipes from a Pantry →
If you’re looking for a really easy and basic lunch wrap, this is your recipe! Packed with colorful veggies of your choosing, this rainbow wrap is the perfect everyday option for school lunchboxes or to-go snacks.
Easily made gluten-free and really kid-friendly!
Raw Zucchini Wraps with Kale PestoRecipe by The Simple Veganista →
How about a low-carb and gluten-free raw vegan wrap? These healthy little appetizers are filled with bell peppers, carrots, microgreens and vegan kale pesto, all neatly wrapped in some sliced zucchini.
Serve with toothpicks so they hold together nicely until they are devoured by your guests!
The Ultimate Vegan Breakfast BurritoRecipe by Lauren Caris Cooks →
Bored of oatmeal and avocado toast? Why not make some savory and protein-rich vegan breakfast burritos!
The original recipe even shows you how to make some seitan “bacon” from scratch using wheat protein and a couple of spices – if that’s too fancy for you, simply fill your savory burrito with all of the other ingredients and call it a quick breakfast!
Simple Hummus and Veggie WrapsRecipe by Occasionally Eggs →
If you’re new to the whole wrap thing, this is the recipe for you! Easily customizable and made with simple, affordable plant-based staple foods, these hummus and veggie wraps are the perfect quick and low-effort dinner – doubling as a packed lunch for the following day, of course.
Leftover Holiday Collard Wraps With JackfruitRecipe by Flora and Vino →
We personally love leftover recipes like this one! Granted, these wraps work best when you’ve just had a plant-based Thanksgiving feast, but with a little creativity, you can totally pull these off any day of the year.
Filled with savory jackfruit, sweet potato mash, Brussels sprouts and cranberry sauce, they are like Thanksgiving in a wrap!
Green Goddess Spinach Falafel WrapRecipe by Elephantastic Vegan →
Get all your green food out, we’re whipping up this easy-yet-hefty goddess wrap! Using homemade or store-bought flour tortillas, you can fill these wraps with spinach falafel, cucumber, mashed avocados and all the other greens of your choice!
This Mediterranean-style lunch is so simple, yet it’s still one of our favorites.
Vegan Teriyaki Sushi BurritoRecipe by Emilie Eats →
As the creator herself writes, you “may never go back to traditional sushi after one bite of this Vegan Teriyaki Sushi Burrito!”
Fusing different traditional cuisines into one giant burrito, this delicious wrap is filled to the brim with flavored seitan, sushi rice, lettuce, cucumber, carrot, avocado, sauerkraut and lots more tasty vegan ingredients! You just can’t say no here.
High-Protein Vegan Breakfast BurritosRecipe by Beyond Mere Sustenance →
If you want to woo a meat-lover’s heart with a burrito, this is the one! Filled with plenty of chewy plant-based protein sources like black beans and tofu that work together beautifully with potatoes, avocado and sauce, these burritos are loaded with Southwest flavor.
A great meatless and satiating way to start your day!
Buffalo Chickpea Rice Paper WrapsRecipe by The Curious Chickpea →
Here’s where flavor meets crunch – and creamy sauce! These gluten-free rice paper wraps are stuffed with roasted buffalo chickpeas, leafy greens, fresh herbs and sliced avocado before being dipped in homemade tahini ranch. What more could you ask for?
Vegan Rainbow Falafel WrapsRecipe by Haute and Healthy Living →
Who doesn’t love colorful food? These falafel wraps pack flavor and texture into all the colors of the rainbow. A satisfying and healthy meatless meal option, they are dairy-free and easy to make gluten-free!
You can totally swap one or more of the veggies in this recipe to make sure your kids and family love them.
Creamy Smashed Chickpea Salad WrapsRecipe by This Healthy Kitchen →
Perfect for anything from to-go lunches to picnics or party platters, these savory and creamy smashed chickpea salad wraps are amazingly rich and flavorful!
The main ingredients include cooked chickpeas, celery, tart apple and crunchy pecans – truly a must-try combination.
Crispy Buffalo Tofu Spinach WrapRecipe by Hello Veggie →
Want a protein-rich version of cauliflower buffalo wings? These tofu nuggets have been coated and flavored much the same way, but they stand out by offering a different texture and nutritional profile.
Together with some fresh spinach, red onion and roasted red pepper, they are an easy and delicious plant-based lunch option!
Sweet Yogurt and Berry Breakfast BurritosRecipe by The Banana Diaries →
This beautiful selection of 3 different vegan breakfast burritos by Britt makes every morning better! We chose to feature this sweet yogurt and berry version for a more unique addition to our list.
Conceptually simple yet so beautiful, these burritos make a lovely balanced breakfast that’s super customizable and kid-friendly!
Vegan Fajitas with MushroomsRecipe by Veggie Desserts →
These 15-minute fajitas are bursting with deliciously smoky Mexican flavor! Mushrooms are one of the healthiest meat replacements, offering a chewy texture along with some essential nutrients.
This recipe is perfect for vegan beginners and those living in a mixed household, as it can easily be made vegetarian if someone wants to add sour cream or feta (although these add-ons also have fully plant-based alternatives).
Vegetable Pad Thai Lettuce Wraps with TempehRecipe by Pickles & Honey →
Do you love Thai food as much as we do? Then you need to try easy lettuce wraps – a perfect use of last night’s leftovers!
Filled with crispy Asian veggies, protein-rich tempeh, soft rice noodles, crunchy peanuts and a homemade sauce, they are a convenient and quick lunch that makes it totally okay to eat your Thai food with your bare hands.
Smoky Tempeh Avocado WrapRecipe by Healthy Happy Life →
No matter if you need something to take on a picnic or road trip or if you simply want a new recipe for a weekend lunch, you need to try this vegan wrap! Smoky maple tempeh meets thick slices of avocado and leafy greens.
There’s a creamy, spicy secret sauce in there too, all wrapped in a scrumptious tortilla!
Teriyaki Tofu Spring Rolls with Peanut SauceRecipe by Emilie Eats →
Another gluten-free Asian-inspired vegan wrap bursting with flavor! These fresh spring rolls feature baked-to-perfection tofu in teriyaki sauce, chopped veggies like romaine, bell peppers and carrots along with some sliced mango for a sweet twist.
Did we mention that we love Asian cuisine?
Broccoli Slaw & Apple WrapsRecipe by Veggie Inspired →
This super healthy vegan wrap has all the different textures and flavors you could wish for! Firm and crunchy broccoli slaw, fresh and crisp apple slices, all held together by a creamy, spicy hummus! This is a new combination of plant-based goodness you should definitely try.
Teriyaki Mushroom Lettuce WrapsRecipe by My Darling Vegan →
Another delicious gluten-free and low-carb vegan wrap recipe that’s made in just 20 minutes and bursting with flavor thanks to the thick-textured teriyaki sauce.
These lettuce wraps are filled with a mixture of onion, mushrooms, bell peppers, pineapple and cashews, which makes them really satisfying and unique!
Veggie Cream Cheese Tortilla RollupsRecipe by Veggie Inspired →
We don’t know about you, but for us, eating little rollups is sometimes so much more satisfying than digging into one huge wrap!
These healthy whole grain tortilla pinwheels feature delicious dairy-free cream cheese and a handful of raw veggies, making them easy to customize and perfect to serve as an appetizer, snack or light lunch! Kids totally love them.
Pecan Pinto Bean Taco Lettuce WrapsRecipe by Rhubarbarians →
Got 15 minutes? That’s all it takes to make this easy pinto pecan taco filling for crunchy romaine lettuce boats.
Add some protein-rich canned pinto beans and top with diced avocado, salsa, vegan sour cream and fresh cilantro for a perfectly satiating lunch experience!
Curry Chickpea Salad WrapsRecipe by Cozy Peach Kitchen →
You might not believe it, but these green wraps take even less than 15 minutes to make – the flavorful curry chickpea filling is easily made with canned legumes, some vegan staple foods and a bunch of spices.
Once they’re mashed up, this protein-packed goodness just needs to be spread into a tortilla wrap, topped with fresh spinach and rolled into a tasty to-go lunch!
High-Protein Middle Eastern WrapsRecipe by Yummy Mummy Kitchen →
Pita pockets are kind of like wraps, right? This flavorful Middle Eastern chickpea salad is done in 10 minutes, can be stored in the fridge for days and makes for a great vegan filling! You can put it in pita bread, tortillas or lettuce leaves.
Lentil Salad Wraps with Yogurt SauceRecipe by Little Sunny Kitchen →
This easy peasy legume and veggie-stuffed wrap recipe is really customizable and can be put together in 20 minutes.
The fresh dill soy yogurt dressing adds a nice touch to the crunchy cucumber, lettuce, tomatoes and bell pepper. Don’t skip the avocado if you want an ultra creamy texture!
Vegan Taco Meat & Queso BurritosRecipe by Live Eat Learn →
These scrumptious vegan burritos leave nothing more to wish for! Easy tempeh taco meat, smoky queso cheese sauce and Chipotle copycat cauliflower rice all wrapped up in a beautiful burrito.
These can easily be made gluten-free and with regular rice for more complex carbs! There’s no better way to make any meat-eater fall in love with vegan food.
High-Protein Quinoa & Lentil WrapsRecipe by The Simple Veganista →
These spicy vegan quinoa and lentil wraps are very similar to those you can find at Trader Joe’s! Featuring warming spices like cumin, garlic and chili paste, they are easy to customize and can be made gluten-free.
You can also make these veggie wraps ahead of time (meal prep, anyone?) and store them in the fridge for 3-4 days – plus, they’re also freezable!
Whole Food Plant-Based Taco WrapsRecipe by V Nutrition and Wellness →
These whole food vegan taco wraps are perfect for satisfying comfort food cravings the healthy way. Made with walnut taco “meat”, vegan cream cheese, salsa and lettuce, they are neatly wrapped in whole grain tortillas – making them perfect for easy lunch packing.
They are also nutrient-rich, incredibly delicious and kid-friendly!
Mediterranean Cauliflower and Tahini WrapsRecipe by The Mediterranean Dish →
Another perfect example of how tasty cauliflower can be! Roast it coated in paprika, cumin and za’atar spice, whisk together an easy tahini dressing and together with some chickpeas and fresh veggies, you have a colorful and mega tasty Mediterranean wrap.
This recipe is effortlessly meat-free and a win at any gathering.
Vegan Wraps Tips & FAQ
How to make great vegan wraps?
The best vegan wraps are the ones made with foods you already like! Think about your favorite vegetables, grains, legumes and sauces – they all probably make great wrap ingredients.
There are a few different components you should definitely include to make easy, delicious and healthy vegan wraps – we’ll share them in a bit.
But first, here are some beginner tips to make the best veggie wraps!
What to put in vegan wraps?
Classic vegan wrap fillings are hummus or other vegan spreads, raw or roasted vegetables, smashed beans or baked tofu, cooked grains or potatoes and sauces like ranch dressing or BBQ sauce.
Making plant-based wraps is super easy, and you can improvise with whatever you’ve got in your kitchen.
Here’s a basic blueprint with ideas for your different components!
- Wraps: Collard greens, swiss chard, kale, large lettuce leaves (romaine works best), tortilla wraps
- Veggies: cucumbers, bell pepper, red cabbage, green onion, radishes, tomatoes, avocado, sprouts, beets, cauliflower rice, cooked or roasted veggies like eggplant or zucchini
- Complex Carbs: millet, quinoa, rice, couscous,, potatoes, sweet potatoes
- Protein: white beans, black beans, chickpeas, baked tofu, tempeh, bean patties, falafel
- Extras: fresh herbs like basil or cilantro, apple, mango chutney, nuts, seeds, olives, pickles, sauerkraut
- Sauces: guacamole, salsa, mustard sauce, vegan yogurt sauce, hummus, peanut sauce, tahini sauce
More ideas for vegan wrap fillings
Apart from the obvious vegetables and hummus spreads, pretty much any already-made salad or meal can work in a wrap!
But sometimes, there’s a problem with reusing meals as wraps. No matter how well you wrap it, occasionally your vegan wrap just doesn’t hold together.
How do you get wraps to stick together?
Here’s the key: your wraps need a nice, sticky base that can hold the ingredients together and give them some substance.
This can be anything from cooked millet or quinoa, smashed beans or avocado, as well as creamy sauces and dips like cashew sour cream, hummus, guacamole or a soy yogurt sauce.
These components also add a whole lot of delicious flavor, texture and nutrients to your vegan wrap!
Can you make wraps ahead of time?
Even though wraps are usually great for meal prep, not every wrap can be made hours or days in advance – due to different textures and compositions, they can become soggy over time.
Find more information in the individual recipe posts to see whether or not the wrap is suitable for batch cooking and meal prep!
We usually wrap our pre-made vegan wraps in some kind of foil, vegan wax wrap or parchment paper so they hold together well and are an easy grab-and-go snack.
How to make the healthiest wraps
Focus on lots of fresh or cooked vegetables and choose whole-grain tortilla wraps over refined grains. You can also use leafy greens like collard for wrapping!
Try to choose lower-salt wraps and spreads, minimize added sugars and oil and go for smashed beans or tofu instead of processed mock meats for your vegan wrap filling.
Choose healthy sauces and spreads like hummus or guacamole and emphasize high-fiber and high-protein add-ins like legumes.
More easy & tasty vegan recipes
If you liked these vegan wraps, be sure to try the following plant-based recipes next!
- 20+ Lazy Vegan Recipes
- 25+ Plant-Based Superfood Smoothies
- 30+ Plant-Based Breakfast Ideas
- 25+ Tasty Vegan Snacks for Kids
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- 2 tortilla wraps, whole grain or gluten-free
- ½ cup hummus (120 g)
- 1 cup mixed leafy greens (30 g)
- ½ avocado, sliced
- 1 medium-sized tomato, chopped
- ⅓ red bell pepper, sliced
- 1 carrot, shredded
- Divide the hummus evenly between your two wraps and spread it in the bottom third of the wrap.
- Add leafy greens, avocado, tomato, bell pepper and carrot on your hummus layer.
- Sprinkle with black pepper, nutritional yeast or some vegan cheese shreds.
- Fold the wraps tightly without breaking them, tucking in all of the veggies with the first roll and then rolling firmly to the end.
- Cut in half and enjoy right away or store in the fridge for a quick portable lunch!
- Other delicious vegan wrap add-ins include baked tempeh or tofu, roasted veggies, leftover cooked grains, beans, sprouts, corn, cabbage and sweet potatoes.
- These wraps can be stored in the fridge for 2-3 days and are delicious when eaten cold!
- Find 40+ more vegan wraps in the article above.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 2 Serving Size: 1 wrap
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 397Total Fat: 16gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 12gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 482mgCarbohydrates: 56gFiber: 10gSugar: 4gProtein: 11g
Nutrition information is a rough estimate calculated automatically, their accuracy is not guaranteed. Just focus on whole plant-based foods and eat until satiety!