Last updated on March 14th, 2019 at 07:12 pm
Craving tuna wraps? These healthy wraps with tuna, eggs and kale are high-protein, filling, delicious and easy to make!
This is the kind of recipe that happens when I don’t eat at home for a few days. When I come back and open my fridge I’d find a half-eaten can of tuna, corn or beans, some eggs, some wilting greens, some olives that need to go ASAP, 1/2 a cucumber that is whispering things on its dead bed and some mozzarella that’s been hanging in there for a few weeks.
Can you tell that I loved the movie Sausage party? I feel like I wrote parts of it, then got amnesia and somebody stole all my money and fame from that movie.
Anyway, you know me. I try to make miracles out of leftovers. I think it’s my calling. And I know some garlic, tortilla and avocado can turn everything around.
From gross leftovers to one super filling tuna wrap recipe that is tasty and healthy.
I had this for breakfast – lately I’m craving savory things when I wake up. Well, I actually had it at around 12pm. Which, I’ve been involuntarily doing intermittent fasting these days, so it was my breakfast, even though I woke up at 6am.
This recipe is very similar to my frittata recipe from a few years ago. Love that recipe. You can have this for breakfast, lunch, dinner – whenever you want.
After adding all the ingredients, I wrapped it all up, wrapped some paper around it, sliced in the middle (took a million pictures) and ate it like I’m in a competition. The score: 1 wrap. Beat that.
Oh and btw, you can meal prep these. After I ate one I still had leftovers, so this would be good either for later in the day or the day after. Pretty sure it would keep 2-3 days. Not much that can go bad if you keep everything separate. Use whole cherry tomatoes and don’t slice the cucumber too small – you’ll be good!
This recipe is not vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free, paleo or low-carb. However, I feel really good about these wraps as a first meal of the day. So many greens and vegetables, some protein, some carbs, some good fats – great way to start the day. Meals like this make me happy – they’re clean and they’ve got it all.
PS. And if you don’t like kale, add spinach, chopped broccoli or any other vegetables you like.
I hope you enjoy these higher-protein breakfast wraps filled with vegetables, let me know if you have any questions.