8 Reviews

Mmmm....this is a really tasty wrap. I wasn't expecting to like near as much as we did. I didn't have spinach, so I substituted a little shredded lettuce and alfalfa sprouts. I made my own guac. and used a little bit more lemon to that than I normally would to give it a little more zing. I cooked the veggies to tender crisp So, so good and satisfying. Thanks for shraring the keeper.

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Lucky in Bayview September 05, 2014

Easy and delicious wraps! The flavors were nice - the use of guacamole really put it over the top! I used homemade guacamole and omitted the salt (personal preference). Thanks for sharing!

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Starrynews December 16, 2009

We SO enjoyed these for a light meal after a hot day! :) Except for using pita bread instead of tortillas, adding some minced garlic towards the end of step 3 and some fresh basil just before serving, I made these exactly to the recipe. Adore all these ingredients and they came together SO beautifully in these yummy wraps which we ate with the mix of warm vegetables with the other ingredients at room temperature. Thanks for sharing another super recipe!

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bluemoon downunder November 13, 2009

There is nothing not to like about this recipe. I used my garden zucchini and peppers :) and store bought guacamole. Added sliced tomatoes and red onion (only used about a fourth of an onion). Loved the addition of the baby spinach. We really enjoyed this for a light dinner tonight. Thanks Marra for a great recipe. Made for Gimme 5 Tag Game :)

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~Nimz~ August 14, 2009

Oh so, let me count the Ohs. Oh sooo healthy, oh so yummy, oh so easy, and oh so filling. Picked this because we need a quick healthy dinner. Was pleasantly surprised at how well this came together, how well we liked it and most of all how filling this was. I have to confess we did add 1 slice of fat free jack cheese to each and in place of flour tortillas used LaTortilla Factory Multi Grain and Olive Oil Soft Wraps. Was so inspired by this that I made a raw one (just uncooked veggies) to take to work for lunch and that was really yummy also. Will be making aging. Thanks so much for the post.

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Debbwl June 30, 2009

What a great veggie wrap! I left out the onions, and I had a green bell pepper that needed to be used so I used that instead of red, otherwise made as specified. I enjoyed the addition of spinach instead of lettuce. So easy, light and fresh - thanks for posting this recipe!

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loof May 22, 2009

This was so tasty! I wrapped mine in the tortilla then toasted in my sandwich press. Served with roasted sweet potato sprinkled with cajun seasoning....Mmm!!

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Stardustannie November 08, 2007

Yum! This made a great dinner for my DH and I. He had some refried beans added to his and a little cheese. Loved the spinach and guacamole in it! Thanks Marra! I'm sorry I didn't get a pic, we were too hungry!

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Sharon123 October 09, 2007
Yummy Zesty Zucchini Wrap