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Breakfast Fruit Vegan Wrap Recipe

Breakfast Fruit Vegan Wrap Recipe

When we were first married, I created a breakfast fruit taco for Matt and it became one of his favorite breakfasts.  This vegan wrap recipe couldn’t be easier to make.


vegan wrap fruit breakfast tacos by angela lanter lifestyle blogger

 

Fast forward to now and I totally forgot about these yummy fruit-filled breakfast tacos.

This morning I saw a package of healthy tortillas in the fridge and remembered how much we loved this quick and easy breakfast recipe.

I made one for Matt and it was love at first bite all over again, so I filmed myself making a second wrap for my own breakfast.

 

 

Vegan Wrap Ingredients

 

Tortillas

Peanut Butter

Bananas

Apples

Blueberries

Strawberries

Flax Seeds

Hemp Hearts

Honey

 

You can personalize these any way you’d like, this is just the magic combination for our family. 

This vegan wrap recipe is quick to throw together, just have your fruit pre-sliced for busy mornings.

Little ones love these too.  Kenny absolutely loves helping me in the kitchen, so this is a great recipe that requires no appliances, so it’s perfect for little hands to help with.

Leave a comment below and let me know if you plan to give this fun little breakfast wrap treat a try!
 

kitchen faves

 


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vegan wrap by angela lanter lifestyle blogger


vegan wrap by angela lanter lifestyle blogger


Do these breakfast tacos have to be vegan?

Of course not! Use whatever type of tortillas or wraps that you prefer. We love the Siete brand of cassava tortillas or the raw tortillas from Costco that you cook right before serving.

Do you top with yogurt?

Sometimes, but not always.

Is peanut butter necessary?

Not at all. You can skip nut butters altogether or swap the peanut butter for almond butter, cashew butter or sunflower seed butter if you so choose.

7 Comments

  1. Stephanie Loverde
    / 11:55 AM

    Hi Angela!
    I’ve missed your posts lately! Yes I want to try the wrap but it may not always be in a healthy form lol. Oh I remember the breakfast wrap in the college dorms oh man can you say “freshman fifteen”? LOL

    It would be so, so, so, so adorable and cute if you made some cooking videos or something with Kenny helping you in the kitchen! Omg maybe one day you could have your own cooking show lol

  2. Heather Montz
    / 7:47 PM

    I love that these are easy to hold for kids or in the car. And these are great to not heat up the kitchen in the humid south.

    • Angela Lanter
      / 6:26 AM

      Oh, definitely!!

  3. / 3:49 AM

    Yeah that was really very easy to try thank you so much for making much efforts in posting this it has really helped me a lot.

  4. / 2:56 AM

    Easy delicious and also a quick recipe since the day I have come across this post by you a saves a lot of my time and it gets ready quickly. Thank you so much for putting up this post.

    • Angela Lanter
      / 9:53 AM

      So glad you liked it!!

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