Meal #58: Homemade Hummus Wraps

We also made some homemade hummus raps if you’re interested – get in touch.

Having never made hummus before and upon informing a friend of the fact, we were told in no uncertain terms that we must try it. But we weren’t going to just make hummus without also making an entire meal planned around it. So, we decided burrito-style wraps would be the best way to incorporate our creation.


  • Cherry tomatoes
    • Certainly different than the baby tomatoes I mentioned in the last post, which was definitely not a clerical error
      • Ignore that the box is the same and has fewer tomatoes in it this time
  • Arugula
  • Big tortillas
    • This would just be silly with the small ones
  • Cumin powder
  • Olive oil
  • Rice vinegar
  • Garbanzo beans
  • Lemon juice
  • Garlic
  • Salt and pepper
  • Sesame seeds
  • Zucchini
  • Basil
  • Italian seasoning
  • Random leftover chicken chunks
    • Not optional

Finished Product

It’s not technically the finished product since the final step is to roll them up into little cozy burritos, but that wasn’t going to make for a very interesting picture.

The crispy zucchini in the middle of these wraps anchored the various vegetable flavors, but the hummus was the star of the show here. These tasted just as good if not better than most veggie wraps – the hummus acted almost like a salad dressing.