Rainbow Salad Wrap

Rainbow Salad Wrap Recipe

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Sonja Wroblewski


It's been recommended that you try to eat a rainbow of foods every day, as each color contains powerful nutrients our bodies need to function at optimal levels. This wrap is a fun, colorful way to incorporate lots of your veggie servings for the day and also a sure way that you're getting at least a little bit of every color! I have one for lunch every day! Substitute turkey or a salmon filet...any lean protein you want for the middle if it gets boring! (*note- the amounts are all up to you- I like my tortilla absolutely BURSTING with veggies that fall out onto the plate, so when I'm done with the wrap there's always a little bit of the yummy insides to finish up, but I know some people like a little less- do what works for YOU!

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10 Min


whole wheat or multi-grain tortilla
BIG bunch
spinach, fresh
1/4 - 1/2
yellow bell pepper
1/4 - 1/2
orange bell pepper
grape tomatoes
2-3 oz
1/4 - 1/2 c
1/4 - 1/2 c
fresh red seedless grapes
drizzle Tbsp
honey mustard and/or light ranch
large carrot, sliced

How to Make Rainbow Salad Wrap


  • 1Prepare tuna. (I like to do a couple of cans in a re-sealable container so it's ready for the next day(s) too! I like to make it with olive oil, lemon and pepper.
  • 2Slice peppers into thin strips (also, if you don't like how it all sticks out, try dicing up the peppers and mixing in with the tuna!)
  • 3Quarter grape tomatoes and slice up carrot however you want it.
  • 4Place all ingredients (except blueberries and grapes) on middle of tortilla... the order I usually do (not a mandatory thing) is: a big ol' handful (or two) of spinach, then the tuna, peppers, dressing on top of that, and finish with tomatoes and carrots.
  • 5Mix blueberries and grapes in small dish and enjoy on the side of your filling, vitamin-packed wrap~ Voila~ a rainbow lunch to enjoy!!

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