RAW WRAP BLT

In the normal hustle and bustle of life, simplicity can be an absolute savior. When you're running around trying to check off every item on your to-do list, sometimes it's next to impossible to take 30 - 45 minutes out to make a nutritious meal for you and your family. Trust us, we've all been there. And even though summer is still in session, most of us are usually still busy with work, errands and making sure the kids are busy and having fun. That's when quick AND nutritious meals are a complete necessity. 

These paleo wraps are ready in under 5 minutes (once the bacon is cooked). And even though there are only four ingredients - you are sure to get a deliciously nutritious meal out of them. Part of that is by using wraps from Wrawp. It contains the super food spirulina, which has 3900% more iron than spinach, 2800% more beta-carotene than carrots, 280% more antioxidants than berries and 600% more protein than tofu! This wrap also helps strengthen immune systems, boost energy levels, and reduces cholesterol issues. These wraps make it easy to get some of the essential green vegetables without sacrificing taste. And these wraps are utterly delicious, it's perfect for getting your most picky eater to get their serving of vegetables in! 

To keep this recipe fully paleo, make sure the bacon you use contains no sodium nitrate, sodium nitrite or any other additives. Finding organic, uncured bacon is a safe bet in ensuring this dish fully complies with paleo guidelines. 

Simple. Delicious. Nutritious. What could be better?

Ingredients

1 sheet spirulina Wrawp

1 large tomato, sliced

2 - 3 slices uncured bacon, cooked

1/2 cup lettuce of you choice

feel free to add more toppings like avocado, zucchini, or anything else you like

 

Instructions

  1. Get ingredients ready to plate. To make the wrap more pliable, wet your fingers and moisten it with a little water.
  2. Lay the lettuce down in the middle of the wrap. 
  3. Top with bacon strips and tomato slices. 
  4. Carefully roll the wrap together. Slice down the middle and DIG. IN.

Recipe via Balanced Beet