This 6-ingredient plant-based recipe for the Best Sunflower Seeds Sandwich Wraps is so easy you can make it up in a jiffy, plus it’s simply pure fun! Just spread sunflower seed butter onto a whole grain tortilla or wrap, and sprinkle with sprouts or micro greens, sunflower seeds, raisins and dried cherries, and then just roll right it on up. You can cut it into slices to create pinwheels, or just slice it in half and wrap it up to tote along in lunch boxes, gym runs, road trips, and on-the-go eating. Rich in whole grains, plant proteins, fiber, vitamins, minerals, healthy fats, and phytochemicals, it’s a crunchy little meal in a wrap. Plus, you can store those many of these ingredients in the pantry to turn to quick and easy.
This Best Sunflower Seeds Sandwich Wraps recipe is a great kid-friendly meal, too. Swap out the nut butters if you like for a different type, such as almond, walnut or peanut butter; sprinkle it with another type of dried fruit (try apricots and blueberries), and seed or nut (like pecans and pumpkin seeds). The sky is the limit! It’s great for grown-ups, too. This is my go-to when I set out for a plane trip—no refrigeration or utensils necessary, but I can be sure of getting a satisfying, protein-rich mini-meal packed with all of the major food groups in one!
Sunflower seeds are a super nutritious addition to your day, too. Rich in protein, fiber, vitamin E, B vitamins, copper, manganese, and selenium, these tiny crunchy seeds pack in nutrition power with their flavor. Sunflower seeds are also an indigenous food in the Americas, so you can rely upon foods that are grown closer to home. You can try black sunflower seeds, raw sunflower seeds, or unsalted sunflower seeds for these sandwich wraps, depending on your preference. Make this recipe gluten-free by using a gluten-free wrap.
This easy, 6-ingredient, 5-minute plant-based Best Sunflower Seeds Sandwich Wraps recipe is filled with the goodness of sunflower seeds, dried cherries, raisins, and sprouts.
Make this recipe gluten-free by using a gluten-free wrap.
Try swapping out sunflower seed butter with another type of nut or seed butter, such as pistachio, almond, or peanut butter.
Try a different dried fruit in place of dried cherries, such as blueberries, apricots, or peaches.
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