Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 20 mins

Low-fat, healthy and very yummy! I think I found this recipe on a black bean can label, but it's all in my head now...I use half of everything one week, and the other half the next week :)

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Preheat oven to 375.
  2. Heat fry pan on med.
  3. Heat with oil or spray.
  4. Add red pepper, onion, zucchini and garlic; cook about five minutes.
  5. Add Italian spice and mix; cook another minute.
  6. Meanwhile, mash black beans in a bowl with a potato masher (I'm sure there are other things you could use, if you don't have a masher!); add corn & cooked veggies.
  7. Spoon the mixture into the tortillas, wrap up, and bake on a cookie sheet for about 10-12 minutes; the tortillas will brown slightly.
  8. Serve with low fat sour cream!
  9. So healthy, so yummy.
  10. Word of warning--let them cool down a bit!
  11. These are also easy to take to work and reheat.
  12. Enjoy.
Most Helpful

This is the best recipe i've found on here so far. Quick, easy and very tasty. Also a great recipe to play around with. I used a whole can of beans, and substituted the italian spice for ground cumin. I also let the veggies sit in lime juice for about ten minutes before putting them on the heat. THANKS Jehnna!!!

rjh713 June 23, 2007

Made this with a few changes. I used a whole red pepper, a whole green bell pepper and a whole zuchini. I used 2 large cloves of fresh garlic. I used a tsp of cumin and about 1/4 tsp of chipotle powder rather than the italian seasoning. I used one can of black beans, rinsed, but not mashed. I didn't use any corn. After cooking I added a bit of lime juice and some halved grape tomatoes to the mix. I used part of this for the veggie wrap as the recipe states. I used the other as a side for my husband who is on the South Beach Diet. There is enough left over for him to use tomorrow for a wrap in a wheat flour tortilla for his lunch. Thanks for sharing your yummy and flexible recipe Jehnna

Junebug January 26, 2008

This was a great meal! Our toddler recently has stopped eating any meat, and I was looking for a vegitarian dinner that we could all enjoy (I'm tired of picking her supper up off the floor!) I used some chili powder, paprika, and a little bit of cumin instead of the italian seasonings. I froze the extra wraps and they re-heat wonderfuly too!

JoeandEmma June 28, 2007