Mini Crunch Wraps – A different take on the traditional crunch wrap. Made with all organic ingredients like broccoli, cheese, black beans and mushrooms. The best part is that the veggies are hidden. It’s the perfect brown-bag lunch recipe for kids and adults
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Who doesn’t love crunch wraps, right?
They are always a fun vegetarian recipe to order, but, I wanted to try a homemade version of this classic comfort food.
My challenge was to make them unique and also make it organic!
I am so proud that I succeeded on both fronts!
I had a lot of help from Organic Valley products in order to make these crunch wraps all organic. Their cheeses and sour cream made a very comfortable home in these mini crunch wraps.
But, don’t take my word for it! Make it yourself and you will see just how delicious they taste.
The tortilla is the same organic tortilla I used in my Vegetable Enchilada Casserole. I prefer the whole wheat tortilla, but, white tortilla will work just as well.
I really wanted to include broccoli in this recipe, but, I know how kids despise that veggie. So, I decided to hide it in the guacamole and it turned out great!
No one will know that there is broccoli in these crunch wraps, except you. How awesome is that??
Traditionally, the wraps use tostadas to supply the crunch. That’s where I took some crazy (but good) artistic liberties!
I went with organic vegetable chips and shredded carrots to provide the crunch.
Oh, how I loved taking that first bite into the wrap! The crunch echoed delightfully in my head and my tastebuds awakened in delight.
For the base, I went with their Organic American Singles which are produced without any additives. They are simply made from a block of milk, high-moisture, organic Colby-style cheese, sliced and packaged. That’s exactly how I like my cheese!
I consider myself lucky because I live next to Publix! It’s only 5 minutes from my home, so I make multiple trips to it daily. The morning trip is usually to get their fresh veggies.
It’s the evening trips that are my favorite because they are a tiny adventure!
I walk through their aisles looking for useful deals and new products. I can’t tell you how many unbelievable products I have discovered during this adventure.
Discovering cheeses are the best part of the adventure. You know how much I love cheese! Luckily, Organic Valley makes all varieties of cheeses which include strings, shreds, blocks, slices and cream cheeses.
As you can see, I am a huge fan of all Organic Valley products. They have 20 years of awards under their belt. Each cheese is crafted one-by-one using very specific guidelines. That kind of quality control is exactly what I would expect from Wisconsinites!
On the latest adventure, I discovered that Organic Valley also make (affiliate link)Ghee! Who knew they made It?! This is going to make my life so much easier!
Ghee is a staple in Indian Cooking and you will get to know all about it in the upcoming “Spotlight on Indian Cuisine” Week. Stay tuned….
They make many vegetarian-friendly cheeses which don’t include animal rennet. You won’t find any synthetic hormones, toxic pesticides, GMOs or antibiotics. I am always delighted to see the certified organic sticker on their cheeses
You can take these mini crunch wraps to work or pack it for the little ones. I brown-bagged the mini crunch wraps along with their Organic Valley Cheddar Stringles and a granny smith apple.
These crunchwraps are my favorite recipe in a long time. It’s perfect for Mexican recipe for Cinco De Mayo or for any day of the week.
If you are a fan of Mexican recipes, I have over 35 delicious Mexican recipes for you. Let me know which one is your favorite
Ok, it’s your turn now. What is your favorite recipe to make using all organic products?
Mini Crunch Wraps
Homemade Crunch Wraps With Hidden Veggies (Organic)
- 8 slices Organic Valley American Singles
- 1 cup Organic Valley Sharp Cheddar Cheese shredded
- 1 cup Organic Valley sour cream
- 8 whole wheat tortillas organic
- 1 stalk broccoli organic
- 2 cups brown mushrooms organic
- 4 Tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Split in Half, Organic)
- ½ tsp kosher salt
- 1 cup black beans organic and low sodium
- 1 cup southwestern guacamole
- 2 cups shredded carrots organic
- 1 cup organic baby spinach loosely packed
- 1 cup veggie chips organic
- ¼ cup red onions chopped (organic)
- ¼ cup cherry tomatoes halved (organic)
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees
- Chop the broccoli into florets and the mushrooms into thin slices
- In a bowl, add the chopped broccoli and mushrooms
- Add 2 Tbsp of olive oil and salt
- Transfer to baking tray and roast veggies for 15 minutes or until slightly browned
- Let them cool for a few minutes before blending them
- While the veggies are cooking, Mix the sour cream and carrots, set aside
- Blend the veggies until they are well blended
- Add the guacamole and black beans
- Blend until it’s in paste form. Set aside
- Warm up one tortilla and place it on a flat surface
- Place one American Single first
- Add 2Tbsp of broccoli mixture
- Top with about 4 veggie chips. Not surprisingly, I am biased towards the tomato ones
- Add a layer of baby spinach (about 5 leaves)
- Top with 1 tsp of onions and a couple tomatoes
- Finally, top with the cheese
- Heat a grill on high and spray it with organic olive oil spray
- While the grill is heating, fold the tortillas.
- Start by folding the edges upwards and bringing them to the center. Hold down the center while you fold
- Place the crunch wrap on the grill with the folded side down
- Grill each side for about 2 minutes or until charred
- Repeat steps 11 to 22 for the remaining 7 tortillas