Vegan Thanksgiving Dinner Wraps
Welcome to another amazing recipe Mamas! If you were looking for a Vegan Thanksgiving recipe this easy vegan wrap will be an amazing idea for your family dinner!
If you are hosting a family meal or in need of a wonderful recipe to bring over to a friend’s house or family dinner, this plant-based recipe is gonna wow all of your guests, even the ones that like to stick to traditions, thanks to the delicious cranberry sauce and the pecans.
Bake – Wrap – Serve!
Choosing what to make for Thanksgiving seems truly like a daunting task. Is it going to be good? is everyone going to like it? They all rely on you to make that special day awesome, and it can be a lot of pressure.
Personally, on days like Thanksgiving, I usually cook meals I’ve made before, that are easy to make and are a crowd-pleaser.
This is one of the easiest quickest meals you could ever make for Thanksgiving. I love cooking, but during a holiday maybe you just want to rest, spend quality time with your family and not worry about waking up early to spend hours in the kitchen and even more hours cleaning up afterward.
Sometimes one just needs to chill and not think about all of this. This wrap is the perfect recipe for that. It comes together in no time but the pay-back in flavor will not disappoint you!
What you will need to make this Delicious Vegan Thanksgiving Dinner Wraps:
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- They are an amazing veggie, a great source of fiber, and they are also naturally packed with vitamin B5, riboflavin, niacin, thiamin, and carotenoids due to their naturally orange color. Scientists have determined that sweet potatoes contain anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic, and anticancer properties.
- This delicious nut is rich in protein, healthy fats, and fiber that can help keep you energized and satisfied. They are a good source of calcium, magnesium, and potassium, which help lower blood pressure. Most of the fat found in pecans is a healthy type called monounsaturated fat.
- Cranberry sauce offers the same Vitamin C nutrients that can mean fewer colds and flu this winter. A half-cup serving delivers about 4 percent of your daily Vitamin C needs, but every little bit helps! Believe it or not, cranberry sauce can help you look like a million bucks.
Vegan Thanksgiving Dinner Wraps
- 4 wraps
- 1 sweet potato cut into semi-circles
- 1 carrot cut into matchsticks
- ½ cup pecans
- 2-3 handfuls of microgreens or sprouts
- ½ cup cranberry sauce
- 1 can chickpeas drained, rinsed
- ½ tbsp smoked paprika
- ½ tbsp sumac powder
- 1 tsp dried chives
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Preheat the oven to 430F/220C and line a baking sheet with parchment paper or a silicone mat.
- Arrange sweet potato and carrot pieces on a sheet, trying to spread them out as much as possible. Sprinkle some salt and pepper on top and stick in the oven for 40 minutes. About halfway through, you want to flip sweet potato slices and give the carrots a gentle toss.
- About 5 minutes before the end of the baking cycle, add the pecans onto the tray, allowing them to toast slightly.
- Once your chickpeas are rinsed, transfer them into a mixing bowl. Add salt, pepper, paprika, sumac and chives. Toss everything together to ensure that chickpeas are well coated. Roast on a line tray or cook in a dry non-stick pan for 10 minutes.
- Finally, when all ingredients are ready, distribute sweet potatoes, carrots, chickpeas, greens and pecans among the wraps. Drizzle some cranberry sauce on top and carefully close your wraps. Serve immediately or save for next day’s lunch.
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