This Vegetarian Mediterranean Wrap is a fresh, healthy vegetarian sandwich filled with hummus, cucumber, artichokes, and feta, and takes all of five minutes to throw together. It’s great for an on-the-go lunch!
VEGETARIAN MEDITERRANEAN WRAP
I first shared this recipe on Amanda’s Cookin’.
One of my favorite sandwiches to order is some version of a vegetarian Mediterranean sandwich. My favorites are from Potbelly and Panera Bread (I think the Tomato Basil bread is what makes theirs so good – sometimes I pick up a loaf). I decided to make my own at home and came up with this one.
Summer is full of barbecues, picnics, and road trips. Those things are a lot of fun but it can get boring to just pack the standard pb&j and I’m always worried about sandwiches with meat and mayo that should be kept cold. This Vegetarian Mediterranean Wrap comes together in the same amount of time as a pb&j but it’s fresh and healthy and it travels well!
You will need:
- Spinach Wraps (or your favorite type)
- Hummus (make your own or choose your favorite store bought)
- Diced cucumber
- Chopped artichoke hearts
- Crumbled feta cheese
I’ve been eating less and less meat and I love all of these flavors together. Feel free to add roasted red peppers or onion if you like those.
I was going to add some baby spinach leaves but I used a spinach wrap and spinach and artichoke hummus so I thought that might be spinach overkill.
Use your favorite type of wrap or bread and a zesty hummus would also be great. There are so many great pre-made hummus flavors you can find at the grocery store. Customize it however you like!
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