Rainbow Hummus Veggie Wrap (Tortilla Wrap)

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This quick, easy, no cook and healthy Rainbow Vegetable Tortilla Wrap is packed full of colorful veggies  and that kiddoes, big and small, will love.  It is perfect for school lunches, brunches and when you are out and about.

Suitable for people following vegan and gluten-free diets. Post includes Weight Watchers points.

a rainbow vegetable tortilla wrap sliced in half

This Rainbow Hummus Veggie Wrap is quick, tasty, easy and made exclusively by the mini chefs. The kiddoes had such fun slicing up the crunchy vegetables, wrapping the tortillas before eating them. I may have joined in too.

I predict a whole load of colourful Tortilla Wrap in our lives over the next few months and I can’t wait.

So often when we think of wraps or others sandwiches we just think same old same old filling in a wrap. Don’t get me wrong, same old sandwiches have their place.

But every now and then we need something a little bit different a whole lot of new. This Rainbow Vegetable Tortilla Wrap is as good and as different as it can get.

Why You’ll Love These

  • It is packed full of crunchy colourful veggies. All the good stuff.
  • It is immensely adaptable. Throw in whichever vegetables you want.
  • Kids love making these so a great way to get kids cooking.
  • It is extremely portable and so perfect for school lunches, office lunches, picnics and on the go.
  • It is budget friendly and low in calories.
  • It is easy, fun and oh so tasty.

I could go on and on but  I think you get the idea why you should drop everything and make these veggie wraps right now.

rainbow vegetable tortilla warp in a lunch box

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Here are some of the items you will need to make this recipe.

ingredients to make a vegetable tortilla wrap

How To Make Veggie Wraps

Making these Veggie Tortilla Wraps is super easy. Gather all your ingredients and then…..

  1. Slice all your veggies (kids love helping with this, just be careful with sharp knives)
  2. Spread out the tortilla wraps and add on as much of each vegetable as you would like.
  3. Top with a generous dollop of the hummus and wrap the tortillas and serve.
making a rainbow vegetable tortilla wrap

Hummus Veggie Wrap Recipe Tips

  • Use Corn Tortillas to keep these gluten-free. But if not an issue, then use any other wraps you prefer.
  • Other vegan dips you can use instead include this Olive Oil and Beetroot Hummus or this Zucchini Dip.
  • Make sure the veggies are as dry as possible as wet veggies will result in soggy wraps.
  • You can have bigger cut veggies for more of a crunch or smaller grated veggies instead.
  • Cutting the vegetables into batons or shredding them will make it easier to assemble the wraps.
  • You can swap in other vegetables to your taste – see some ideas below.

Veggie Wraps Variations

You can mix and match and add in any veggies you like. You just bear in mind that if you are prepping these ahead then you might want to avoid some vegetables like tomatoes will make the wrap go soggy. Some options include

  • cucumbers
  • tomatoes
  • radishes
  • zucchini
  • avocado
  • sprouts
  • fresh herbs

Vegan Lettuce Wraps With Peanut Sauce

You can totally make these Vegan Lettuce Wraps With Peanut Sauce. Just swap the tortilla wraps for some lettuce and use this Peanut Sauce instead of the hummus. Easy peasy right?

lunchbox eith rainbow vegetable tortilla wrap cut in half

Other Tortilla Wrap Sandwich Ideas

Tortilla Wrap Weight Watchers Points

There are 5 Blue Plan SmartPoints per 2-wrap serving (2.5 points per wrap).

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lunchbox eith rainbow vegetable tortilla wrap cut in half
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4.84 from 6 votes

Rainbow Hummus Veggie Wrap

A quick easy crunchy rainbow vegetable tortilla wrap that can be made with your kids.
Prep Time10 minutes
Course: Lunch
Cuisine: American, Vegan, Vegetarian, Western
Servings: 4
Calories: 238kcal
Author: Bintu Hardy


  • 2 carrots, cut into battons
  • 150 g (5.2 oz) red cabbage, sliced
  • 1 red (bell) pepper
  • 1 orange (bell) pepper, deseeded and sliced
  • handful of spinach leaves (or other greens)
  • Handful of chives or lettuce leaves
  • 8 corn tortillas (gluten free)
  • 200g hummus


  • Make the tortilla wrap:
  • Spread out the tortilla wraps and add on as much of each vegetable as you would like.
  • Top with a generous dollop of the hummus and wrap the tortillas and serve.
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Please supervise your kids carefully when using they use the grater or knife. The vegetables can also be grated and sliced in a food processor using the grater or slicer attachment. Kids love switching the food processor on and off when doing this.

Weight Watchers Points in Rainbow Vegetable Tortilla Wraps

There are 5 Freestyle points per 2-wrap serving (2.5 points per wrap).


Serving: 4servings | Calories: 238kcal | Carbohydrates: 39g | Protein: 8g | Fat: 6g | Sodium: 246mg | Potassium: 524mg | Fiber: 9g | Sugar: 5g | Vitamin A: 7390IU | Vitamin C: 99.2mg | Calcium: 88mg | Iron: 2.5mg

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  1. 5 stars
    What a fun recipe! My kids love rainbow recipes, especially ones they can make themselves! What a great lunch idea – we will be making these soon!

  2. 5 stars
    I LOVE the rainbow of veggies! Such a healthy meal idea and it’s not super complicated! Thanks for sharing!

  3. 5 stars
    Wow these look so good – i totally think we need to get kids cooking more – i try and get my kids to help out with things as much as possible.

  4. This is a beautiful recipe for several reasons, Bintu! I love the name of it, the colours (of course) and as for that beautiful dip … wow! It’s a fabulous idea to get our kids cooking. I really admire Jamie Oliver for what he’s done to promote that. 🙂

  5. Those are gorgeous pics! This sounds so healthy and a must-try when it’s too hot to turn on the stove….

  6. These wraps look beautiful, love the fresh colours and so simple – a great way to get kids to eat some veggies!

  7. They look great. We all had wraps with hummus, falafel and salad last night. Cooper wasn’t very impressed. So when we had wraps again tonight, this time with veggie sausages, fried onions and roast peppers, he bowed out and had a cheese omelette and salad instead. However he did cut his carrot and cucumber himself and make his own omelette. I just flipped it for him. Not bad for a 4 year old.

    1. It can be quite weird the things they like or don’t like. My eldest likes omelettes but thinks that they are some strange pancake.

  8. Lovely – we have our ingredients and wraps at the ready for tomorrow and our digging tools to plant some seeds, too! Thanks for the mention x

  9. These look really nice. Just showed my picky three year old. “mmmm purple cabbage, but I don’t like tortillas” she said. There’s just no pleasing some people lol. We shall give them a go anyway!

  10. Beautiful pics Bintu, and I’m loving Jamie’s choice of the Rainbow Wrap, packed full of so much vibrant good stuff!. I’m hoping to get another post out before tomorrow and shall link to you too, thanks so much for my Cheesy Muffin mention!.

    1. I know – it is a very good choice for Jaime to do his rainbow wrap. I love the addition of pear in his. Looking forward to his demo.

  11. 5 stars
    What an excellent idea! My eldest would love this. We eat fajitas a lot at home, but he insists to make them with vegetables instead of the chicken!

    I can see these would be great for a picnic as well!

    Laura x x x

    1. Thanks Laura. Will have to come and have a nosey if you have your fajita recipes for me to try.