Make Healthier Lunches With These 8 Unique (Non-White Flour) Wraps

Blanche Baxter |

by | Updated: July 11th, 2022 | Read time: 4 minutes

Everything tastes better in a wrap. Wouldn’t you agree? Vitacost has all kinds of tasty, nutritious wrap options that work for all dietary needs. Whether you’re raw, vegan, vegetarian, keto or paleo, we’ve got you covered. If you haven’t ventured far beyond a plain white flour or wheat tortilla for your wraps, below are eight options made from coconut, tomato, cassava and more!

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8 Healthy Wraps for Lunch (Or Any Meal, Really!)

Nuco Original Organic Coconut Wraps 

Nuco Organic Coconut Wraps - Original | the coconut lovers of the world! These coconut wraps have only three organic ingredients (coconut meat, coconut water and coconut oil). They’re vegan, kosher and raw with no allergen offenders like soy, dairy, egg, corn or gluten. Plus, they don’t need to be refrigerated, making them perfect for stocking in your healthy pantry.

Nuco Cinnamon Organic Coconut Wraps 

Nuco Organic Coconut Wraps - Cinnamon | is another one of the flavor-filled Nuco coconut wraps. You’ll really want to try all the flavors for yourself. They have the same wholesome ingredients as the Nuco’s original wraps, with the added ingredient of cinnamon. Yeast- and grain-free, it’s excellent for breakfast, snack and dessert sweet treats. Add your favorite nut butter, spreads and fruit.

Nuco Coconut Cassava Wraps 

Nuco Coconut Cassava Wraps | does it again with this one! Fresh cassava – not processed cassava flour – gives it a milder flavor making it perfect to pair with anything your taste buds desire! Plus, it’s low carb, low salt, zero sugar added, gluten-free and grain-free, and it contains only 60 calories and six grams net carbs. It’s perfect for vegan, paleo and keto diets.

NewGem Foods Italian Tomato Sandwich Wraps

NewGem Foods Sandwich Wraps - Italian Tomato | Foods Italian tomato wraps include one serving of veggies and fruits in every wrap. Minimally processed and shelf-stable, made using a gentle dehydration process and healthy plant food ingredients, they’re the perfect quick wrap to make on-the-go snacks and lunches. They’re also vegan, gluten-free, paleo and keto-friendly. Let this savory tomato wrap’s flavor enhance your meal. Pair with hummus, veggies, spreads, proteins, herbs and spices.

NewGem Foods Mango Chipotle Sandwich Wraps

NewGem Foods Sandwich Wraps Mango Chipotle | you ever wanted to wrap your sandwich in a mango? Well, now you can! These mango-chipotle wraps are only 30 calories and made with 100% non-GMO, plant-based ingredients. With a whole serving of fruits and vegetables, it’s an easy, flavorful way to add extra nutrition to meals and snacks. These sweet and spicy wraps are low calorie, low carb, fat-free and low sodium with no added sugar, starch or gluten.

WrawP Spirulina Organic Veggie Wraps 

WrawP Organic Veggie Wraps - Spirulina | Organic Veggie Wraps are incredible raw wraps made with tons of farm-fresh fruits, veggies and superfood spices. This one comes with potent spirulina and turmeric for added nutritional oomph. They’re dehydrated to preserve the enzymes, vitamins and minerals so that every meal in these wraps is a nutritional powerhouse. These wraps soak up the moisture from other ingredients, so feel free to pile on the sauces! Use for burritos, wraps, sushi rolls, baked chips and sandwiches.

Mountain Bread Rice Wraps 

Mountain Bread Rice Wraps | plant-based wrap you’ll want to check out is the Mountain Bread Rice Wrap. This kosher, wholesome, hearty wrap contains only four ingredients, including rice flour and wheat flour. It’s a wrap ready to elevate any meal, picnic or party.

Michel de France Norigami Gluten-Free Wraps 

Norigami Michel de France Gluten-Free Soy Wraps - Chili | thin wraps are made with egg and soy protein. They make a keto-friendly, low carb and low-calorie addition to sandwiches, snacks and appetizers. Vegetarian and non-GMO, they come in chia, chili and sesame seed flavors.

Healthy Wrap Ideas

Is your wrap game getting stale? Here are some tips to keep your meals feeling fresh.

Avoid soggy wraps

Some wraps are better eaten right away. Others can stand firm even after sitting in your lunch bag all day at work. Test them out to see how they work best. Or store your dressing or sauce in a separate container until you’re ready to eat.

Don’t be afraid of flavor

If you’re wondering what to put on your wrap, don’t worry. The sky’s the limit! Don’t shy away from spices, herbs, condiments and sauces.  You can get just as spicy and flavorful with your wrap as with any other stew, sauté, stir fry or dish. That means going to town and adding additional flavors.

Try out spices you would use with your favorite international cuisine. Curry powder, chili powder, cumin, paprika, ginger, cinnamon and marjoram add pop. Herbs like cilantro, basil, mint, parsley, lemongrass and thyme add dimension.

Explore all the various options. Get creative with sauces, and mix and match your flavors. Miso, tahini, bean spreads, nut butter, sweet creams, oils, tangy vinegar, lemon and lime infused condiments and spicy sauces completely change a meal. Use them on their own or pair them in unexpected ways.

Get creative with ingredients

Add in ALL kinds of ingredients. Try everything from leftovers, raw and cooked vegetables, fruits, spreads, beans, healthy grains and chocolate create completely reimagined wrapped meals.

Think outside the wrap

Play with how you use your wrap. Sure, the traditional roll, taco, quesadilla or burrito style works well. But what about other uses? Baked, toasted or even fried wraps are scrumptious – both before and after ingredients are added. Chop them up to make chips for dipping or crumble them to make croutons and toppings on salads and bowls.