Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

Entry for the Ready Set Cook #3 contest. This wrap makes a great take along lunch because there is no dressing to sog it up. The cumin Cream Cheese, sweetened with grated carrot is all the dressing needed. Wonderful crisp lunch!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine cream cheese, grated carrot and cumin, in a bowl, stir until well combined.
  2. Spread 1/4 of the cheese mixture on each of the 4 wraps.
  3. Leaving 2 inches bare at the bottom of the wrap.
  4. Press 2 lettuce leaves on top of cheese mixture on each wrap.
  5. Divide the chicken slices among the 4 wraps, lay down the middle of the wrap, on top of the lettuce leaves, if using.
  6. Cut the ends off the zucchini, do not peel, cut in half, cut each half into sticks, divide the sticks among the 4 wraps and place on top of the chicken slices, down the middle of the wrap, to one side.
  7. Cut in half and seed the sweet red pepper, slice the halves into sticks, divide between the 4 wraps and place beside the zucchini, in the middle of the wrap.
  8. Place the pine nuts on a cutting board.
  9. With a chef's knife, press the flat side of the knife on the pine nuts until most of the nuts are cracked.
  10. Sprinkle 1/4 of the cracked nuts over each wrap.
  11. To wrap: Fold the bottom of the wrap up over the contents, holding it there while you fold the side over, then the other side overlapping the first side.
  12. Take a paper towel or napkin and wrap it around the bottom half of the wrap to hold it together.
  13. There will be an open "V" at the top of the front side.
  14. Enjoy the crunch!
Most Helpful

Good basic wrap. It didn't get soggy in my lunch bag but it did seem a little dry. I think next time I would add just a tad of well drained salsa to make it a bit moister.

Kate in Ontario February 28, 2003

This is WONDERFUL!! I used fat free cream cheese and didn't miss a thing!! I will make this alot it is just delicious!

Donna February 15, 2003

My DH really liked this and I welcomed it as a nice change of pace for the lunch sack. I prepared all of the ingredients on Sunday, and made 2 wraps each on Monday and Tuesday mornings. The cream cheese, carrot and cumin spread really melded and improved with age. We'll be enjoying this again. Thanks for posting!

MrsDoty October 10, 2006