This Anti-Inflammatory Veggie Wrap Has Just 4 Ingredients—and I Can't Stop Making It for Lunch
Lunch is my favorite meal of the day. Whether it's a five-minute sandwich or a grilled cheese and soup combo, satisfying my midday food cravings is one of the best feelings.
I recently raved about this easy, five-ingredient spinach salad that I made for lunch every single day for well over a month. The salad is a fresh and healthy choice for any day of the week, but for days that I need something fast yet nourishing, I've settled on a new recipe that's been added to my lunch rotation.
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Right now, wraps have been my go-to for a quick and filling meal, and this Cream Cheese & Veggie Roll-Up is a perfect fit. Here's how I adjust it to make it an even easier lunch.
For this wrap, I only use four ingredients: a whole-wheat tortilla, spinach, sliced bell peppers and veggie cream cheese. I find pre-made veggie cream cheese to be a much easier option than adding in my own herbs and seasoning, plus it typically adds an extra serving of veggies as well. Personally, I love Philadelphia Garden Vegetable Cream Cheese because, in case you missed it, it's the only cream cheese brand I will use.
Spinach being a main ingredient in this roll-up is also ideal for me, as it has anti-inflammatory properties that can help with my chronic condition. As someone with ocular rosacea, I struggle with severe inflammation in my face and eyes, so I try to incorporate anti-inflammatory foods into my diet whenever possible. Anti-inflammatory ingredients can also help combat inflammation's pesky symptoms like joint stiffness, mental fog and high blood pressure.
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For the bell peppers, I'll usually cut them into strips ahead of time to have them ready for lunch, and I'll prepare more than I need for the wraps because they're also a quick snack to grab and eat as-is or with some guacamole for dipping.
And that's it! In 10 minutes and only 4 ingredients, you can make this anti-inflammatory veggie wrap that's lunchbox-friendly. A unique way to enjoy your veggies, this wrap will become your new lunch obsession just like it is mine.