7 Easy-To-Make Wraps Under 400 Calories
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If you’re sick of sandwiches, wraps are a great, healthy lunchtime alternative. They are both easy to make and extremely portable. You can load them up with your favorite foods, and you can even prepare a bunch at the beginning of the week to last you for multiple meals. Choosing the right types of wraps can help keep you on track with your healthy diet, and luckily there are a ton of options out there when it comes to this light and satisfying meal.
We’ve gathered a list of seven delicious and easy-to-make wraps that are all under 400 calories.
1. Parmesan Chicken Wrap
This warm wrap is only 319 calories per serving, and it can be whipped up in just 15 minutes. All you need is some chicken, marinara sauce and cheese for a lunch or dinner that’s reminiscent of pizza (for a fraction of the calories).
Recipe: Dashing Dish
2. Spinach and Feta Wrap
If you’re a fan of Starbucks’ breakfast wraps, you’ll love this copycat version that’s easy to make at home. Egg whites, spinach, sun-dried tomatoes and feta cheese are wrapped up in a whole-wheat lavash that can even be frozen and reheated on hectic mornings.
Recipe: The Big Man’s World
3. Chicken Caesar Wrap
Take this classic salad with you in the form of an easy-t0-assemble wrap. Chicken is combined with light Caesar dressing, tomatoes and lettuce to make a fresh-tasting lunch that’s only 216 calories.
Recipe: The Skinny Fork
4. Spicy Southwest Chicken Wrap
These spicy Southwestern-inspired wraps clock in at 300 calories, but they’re packed with filling ingredients like black beans, corn, tomatoes, avocado and cheese.
Recipe: Emily Bites
5. Grilled Zucchini Hummus Wrap
Not all wraps need animal-protein in them to be filling. This grilled veggie wrap is loaded with zucchini, kale, tomatoes and onions, and it’s topped off with white cheddar cheese and hummus for extra nutrients and flavor.
6. Breakfast Burrito Collard Wrap
Breakfast burritos seem like a guilty pleasure, but not when you opt for a healthy version like this one. Instead of tortilla, this wrap uses a collard green, but the inside is still loaded with egg, beans, jalapeños, avocado and more.
Recipe: Eat The Gains
7. Greek Roasted Red Pepper Wrap
Another veggie option, this wrap is inspired by the flavors of the Mediterranean. In addition to all of the vegetables, this Greek-influenced wrap contains goat cheese and feta, and it is only 236 calories.
Recipe: My Fitness Pal