Recently I've had this desire to make wraps, sandwiches, and flatbreads for lunch. They're simple, you just throw the ingredients on or in a wrap or two pieces of bread, and there you have it. So I started doing this, but I really felt like I was just consuming a lot of bread and wheat. I started thinking about making my own spinach wraps, which I still would like to try, but in the midst of this, I happened to stumble up WrawPs.
The funny thing is I had been following them and didn't even realize that their product was exactly what I had been looking for. All of the wraps are made from mostly fruit and veggies. They are wheat free, gluten free, vegan, paleo, organic, you name it! So of course I had to try any and all of them. I'm still working my way through the flavors, and I will do a full product review once I make some more progress, but they're great!
I decided to use the spicy flavor one to make a spicy tuna flatbread that's somewhat inspired by a tuna melt and somewhat inspired by me craving some heat.
Here's what you'll need:
-1 spicy WrawP (you can use another wrap or flatbread if needed)
-1/2 tomato, sliced
-1/4 cup baby spinach
-1 can tuna (in water)
-1/2 jalapeno, minced
-2 tbsp red onion, chopped
-2 tbsp corn
-2 tbsp cheddar cheese, shredded
-1 tbsp mayonnaise (I used Just Mayo in the recipe which is vegan)
-black pepper to taste
1) In a bowl, mix together the tuna, mayo, cheddar, jalapeno, and black pepper.
2) On a baking sheet (either covered with foil or sprayed with cooking spray), place the WrawP.
3) Top the WrawP with the sliced tomatoes, leaving a "crust" around the edges.
4) Top the tomatoes with the spinach and then the tuna mixture.
5) Top the tuna with the corn and red onion.
6) Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Cook the flatbread for about 5-7 minutes.
7) Once cooked, cut the flatbread in half, serve, and enjoy!
Be aware that this is spicy! But if you like spicy, you should love it! If you don't like spicy, skip on the jalapeno, and it'll still be tasty! Let me know what you think in the comments below, and feel free to sign up for e-mail updates!