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I made this wraps for the Big Game. I have uploaded pictures (forthcoming). I made with vegetables, I added carrots in thin strips too. I roasted all in the oven with olive oil, salt and pepper. I doubled the dressing which was great. I used frozen spinach which was easy and still fine. We made it nice and garlicky. It is great as a dip with crackers. I used rectangular lavash flatbread, some I cut in two at a diagonal, and I made a platter of pinwheels by cutting rolls in six slices. Nice alternative for my friend who cannot eat protein. Will make again. Tx

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Guadalupe W. February 03, 2014

I didn't make the recipe with veggies so I don't feel right rating the recipe; I used some chicken & red onions for a wrap, but I need to give props for the wonderful spinach spread. I cooked the spinach on med-low till slightly wilted, used fat free mayo, no oil & added a little mustard for a zip. It was a great way to use up spinach, get my veggies in & plus, it tasted great!! Thanks for sharing & I hope to try this with some veggies next time.

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LUVMY2BOYS June 12, 2008

I love this recipe! Roasted vegetables are so tasty, add in the garlic spinach spread and it is mmmmmm, mmmmmmm good! Sometimes I add 1/2 teaspoon of dried thyme and oregano to the oil and toss with the vegetables. This is one of my favourite lunches to take to work! Thanks KelBel.

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Elly in Canada December 28, 2006

The mayo in this wrap would make a shoe taste good! I used less oil to roast the veggies and used a Sundried Tomato Basil Wrap. It really did not need the special wrap because the mayo gave it plenty of flavor. Thank you KelBel for a great lunch! -- posted Aug 16, 2006

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cookiedog August 16, 2006
Roasted (Or Grilled) Vegetable Wraps