These super colorful Veggie Rainbow Wraps are served with an easy to make peanut dipping sauce and are as delicious as they are healthy. They're a playful way to serve a veggie tray at a party and make an easy and healthy afternoon snack. They're naturally vegan + gluten-free and can be made paleo + Whole30 compliant if you use almond butter. Win!

These super colorful Veggie Rainbow Wraps are served with an easy to make peanut dipping sauce and are as delicious as they are healthy. They're a playful way to serve a veggie tray at a party and make an easy and healthy afternoon snack. They're naturally vegan + gluten-free and can be made paleo + Whole30 compliant if you use almond butter. Win! | theendlessmeal.com

I made us the rainbow! ?

I know I know I know. I'm basically 4-years-old. But guys, look at how fun these rainbow wraps are? Anything with the word rainbow in the name has to be fun. It just HAS to.

Even veggie wraps become 1.2 bazillion times better when they look like a rainbow.  #YouKnowIt

What started out as being a quick and easy healthy lunch recipe or fun after school snack idea quickly morphed into a perfect for everything recipe.

✨   Beside a sandwich? Check.

✨   Instead of a sandwich? Check.

✨   As a super fun veggie tray? Check.

✨   As the healthy addition to a kid's party? Check.

✨   Brought to brunch on my second favorite day of the year to celebrate? Check.

And on and on and on.

These super colorful Veggie Rainbow Wraps are served with an easy to make peanut dipping sauce and are as delicious as they are healthy. They're a playful way to serve a veggie tray at a party and make an easy and healthy afternoon snack. They're naturally vegan + gluten-free and can be made paleo + Whole30 compliant if you use almond butter. Win! | theendlessmeal.com

When I made these, I knew I wanted them to be colorful, but their rainbowy-ness (making up new words!) blew me away. There's about a 110% chance that I'll be bringing them to my good friend John's annual Pride Brunch this year.

Sidebar → Remember when I shared his Eggy Cheesy Bready Thing recipe? That's code for the best damn strata ever. He makes it every year for his brunch and eating it is one of my most anticipated moments of the year.

Also, remember those Rainbow Pride Cookies I brought to the brunch a few years ago? I don't know how we went from rainbow cookies to veggie rainbow wraps, but I'm not complaining.

These super colorful Veggie Rainbow Wraps are served with an easy to make peanut dipping sauce and are as delicious as they are healthy. They're a playful way to serve a veggie tray at a party and make an easy and healthy afternoon snack. They're naturally vegan + gluten-free and can be made paleo + Whole30 compliant if you use almond butter. Win! | theendlessmeal.com

The wraps are made from green and purple Savoy cabbage leaves. The purple is so vibrant it's almost too much to handle. I mean, just look at that color! It doesn't seem real, does it?

The inside of the purple cabbage leaves is crazy bright purple. I wanted you to see it in the picture, so I made the wrap with the inside facing up. I think the best way to wrap these in real, non-picture-taking life is to place the leaves face down so that you see the vibrant color when you roll them up into a wrap.

These super colorful Veggie Rainbow Wraps are served with an easy to make peanut dipping sauce and are as delicious as they are healthy. They're a playful way to serve a veggie tray at a party and make an easy and healthy afternoon snack. They're naturally vegan + gluten-free and can be made paleo + Whole30 compliant if you use almond butter. Win! | theendlessmeal.com

These super colorful Veggie Rainbow Wraps are served with an easy to make peanut dipping sauce and are as delicious as they are healthy. They're a playful way to serve a veggie tray at a party and make an easy and healthy afternoon snack. They're naturally vegan + gluten-free and can be made paleo + Whole30 compliant if you use almond butter. Win! | theendlessmeal.com

These super colorful Veggie Rainbow Wraps are served with an easy to make peanut dipping sauce and are as delicious as they are healthy. They're a playful way to serve a veggie tray at a party and make an easy and healthy afternoon snack. They're naturally vegan + gluten-free and can be made paleo + Whole30 compliant if you use almond butter. Win! | theendlessmeal.com

If you make these Veggie Rainbow Wraps make sure you snap a pic and tag #theendlessmeal on Instagram so I can like and comment on your photos. I love seeing TEM recipes you create!

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These super colorful Veggie Rainbow Wraps are served with an easy to make peanut dipping sauce and are as delicious as they are healthy. They're a playful way to serve a veggie tray at a party and make an easy and healthy afternoon snack. They're naturally vegan + gluten-free and can be made paleo + Whole30 compliant if you use almond butter. Win! | theendlessmeal.com

Veggie Rainbow Wraps with Peanut Almond Lime Sauce

  • Author: Kristen Stevens | The Endless Meal
  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Total Time: 10 mins
  • Cuisine: Easy

Description

These super colorful Veggie Rainbow Wraps are served with an easy to make peanut dipping sauce and are as delicious as they are healthy. They're a playful way to serve a veggie tray at a party and make an easy and healthy afternoon snack. They're naturally vegan + gluten-free and can be made paleo + Whole30 compliant if you use almond butter. Win!


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Ingredients

Easy Peanut Dipping Sauce

  • ¼ cup all-natural salted peanut butter or almond butter (see notes)
  • ¼ cup water
  • Juice from ½ lime
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce (sub coco aminos for paleo and Whole30)
  • 1 small garlic
  • 1 teaspoon fresh grated ginger

The Veggie Rainbow Wraps:

  • Purple and green savoy cabbage, for wrapping
  • Yellow and red bell peppers, thinly sliced
  • Carrots, thinly sliced
  • Asparagus, tough ends snapped off
  • Purple cabbage, shredded

Instructions

  1. Make the peanut sauce by adding all of the peanut sauce ingredients to a small saucepan and bringing them to a simmer over medium heat.
  2. Optional step: blanch the cabbage leaves for 1 minute in boiling water to soften them slightly. Run them under cold water immediately afterward.
  3. Lay the cabbage leaves on a work surface and layer the other veggies inside. Roll tightly and place on a serving tray seam side down. If you'd like, you can secure them with toothpicks.

Notes

I've put this recipe into both the paleo and the Whole30 categories, even though peanuts are not ok on either of those diets. In both cases, substitute almond butter. It's delicious!