Special Diets | 30 March 2017Green Wraps With Hummus Share article facebook twitter google pinterest You can never have too many healthy and yummy recipes to fill you up and add variety to your diet. The logic is easy: eat food with more nutrients and less sugars or carbs. We know, we know— easier said than done. That will always be true, but now it’s a little bit easier with this delicious, must try recipe for Green Wraps With Hummus from Nourishing Noodles. Green Wraps With Hummus Makes 4 wraps CHICKPEA HUMMUS 1 15.5-oz (439 g) can organic cooked chickpeas, drained ¼ cup (60 g) hulled tahini ¼ cup (60 ml) fresh lemon juice or raw apple cider vinegar 6 tbsp cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil 1 medium garlic clove ½ tsp cumin seeds ½ tsp smoked paprika ½ tsp sea salt ?akes TAHINI HUMMUS (RAW) ½ cup (120 g) hulled tahini ½ cup (75 g) cashews ¼ cup (60 ml) water ¼ cup (60 ml) raw apple cider vinegar 6 tbsp cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil 1 medium garlic clove ½ tsp cumin seeds ½ tsp smoked paprika ½ tsp sea salt ?akes NOODLES 1 medium zucchini, thin spirals 2 medium carrots, thin spirals (reserve carrot greens) 6 large radishes, thin spirals WRAPS 6 Swiss chard leaves or leafy green of choice (reserve stems and julienne them) 1 green bell pepper (capsicum), julienned Carrot greens, to taste Note: I’ve included two hummus recipes (one raw and one not raw), so you can use which one you prefer. Place all ingredients for hummus of choice in a blender and process until smooth and creamy. Add a little water, 1–2 tablespoons at a time, if needed, to blend. Lay Swiss chard leaves ?at and ?ll one side with hummus and some of the zucchini, carrot, and radish noodles. Top the hummus with a few strips of green pepper, 2–3 carrot greens, and 2–3 Swiss chard strips. Carefully wrap leaves to enclose ingredients. Repeat steps 3–4 with the remaining Swiss chard leaves. Serve with extra hummus for dipping. Tip: These hummus recipes are basic and can be loaded with even more goodness. Two personal favorites of mine are hummus with roasted red pepper and hummus with greens and extra lemon. Buy from an Online Retailer US: UK: Put your Spiralizer to work to create fun, meatless meals in minutes! With our increasingly busy lives, it’s hard to find the time to eat healthy and to incorporate all the nourishing fruits and vegetables we need into our diets. Weeknight meals tend to be loaded with carbs that don’t provide the nutrients we need for energy. So how do you get the yummy comfort of a bowl of noodles without the carbs? Author Chris Anca, founder of Tales of a Kitchen, can show you how to make delicious, nutritious vegetable noodle meals in just minutes using a spiralizer! Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, low-carb, or just looking for easy and healthy meals to add to your menu, Nourishing Noodles has all the recipes you want. Turning vegetables into noodles takes just a few minutes with a spiralizer, so these recipes are also quick and easy to make for any night of the week. From carrots and zucchinis to squash, cucumbers, and apples, you can transform your ordinary produce into a delicious bowl of noodles and dress it up with sauces, dressings, and any of your favorite add-ins. Slice into nearly 100 vegetarian recipes, including: Carrot Noodles with Zesty Garlic Sauce Ranch Noodle Salad with BBQ Almonds Butternut Squash Pancakes Coconut Cinnamon Carrot Cakes and more! Share article facebook twitter google pinterest If you have any comments on this article please contact us or get in touch via social media.