Roasted Veggie Wraps with Cashew Cheese
For the wraps:
Arugula Microgreens (or any other microgreens you prefer that can be found at your local grocery store)
Pomegranate seeds (optional: adds a crunch)
Sweet potato wedges
For the cashew spread:
1 handful of kale
1/2 a ripe avocado
1/4 cup avocado oil
1/4 cup soaked Cashews (better for digestion)
1 tbs fresh lime juice
1 heaped tsp minced garlic
A couple pinches of Pink Himalayan Sea Salt
1 tsp coconut aminos
1 tbs nutritional yeast (adds a delicious cheesy flavor!)
Blend all the cashew spread ingredients in a high speed blender until smooth. I love using this not only as a spread for the wraps but as a veggie dip as well or to spread on flax crackers – so tasty!
Preheat the oven to 400F.
Roast 1 medium sweet potato with salt & pepper for about 35 minutes until you can pierce with a fork) & then broiled for a couple minutes on high at the end.
Wash an acorn squash, cut in half, and place with the insides up & coat with coconut oil, cinnamon, pink salt + a dash of nutmeg. Roast at 400F for 55-60 minutes. Let cool. Scoop onto wraps once cool enough to handle.
Once you have prepped your squash, sweet potato wedges & the cashew spread, lay out the wraps on a square sheet of parchment paper.
Pro tip: I use 2 of the turmeric wraps & lay them over each other for one serving – this made them super sturdy & I found it also made them taste & feel more like a ‘real’ wheat-wrap!
I then layer all the toppings listed above into the wraps. Pour the spread. Wrap them up with a parchment paper – this makes them mess free and perfect to pack for a school or work lunch.
Recipe and photos created by Lauren Holden.