Looking to switch up your regular meal prep routine? Then try this awesome recipe from my co-worker Kerstin Graham. You’ll save the carbs too by using collard green leaves as a warp instead of the usual tortilla.

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The trickier part is making the collard greens into a wrap. Honest Fare breaks down in these pictures below.

1. Cut off the white portion of the stalk that had no leafy greens attached to it and soaked them in a bath of warm water and vinegar for about 10 minutes or so.

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2. Using a sharp paring knife, shave the dense stalk down until it is more or less the same thickness as the leaf. (Note: it will be a bit thicker, but the goal is to get to where it’s flexible enough be rolled up with the rest of the leaf without snapping.)

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3. Now you are ready to make Kerstin’s recipe! Check it out below.

Recipe:
1-2 Collard Green Leaves
6 tbsp oil-free Hummus
1/2 cup Shredded Carrots
1/2 Cup Shredded Raw Beets
1/2 Avocado
Handful of red bell pepper slices

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Now, you’re set to make this wrap look like it was something out of a fancy juice shop!

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P.S. for all you vegans and vegetarians out there, this is the perfect recipe for you!

Amanda
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  • Thank God I found you (and thanks to Beach Body for posting your blog)! I start my first round of the Fix on Monday and was looking for a weekly meal plan that matched my calorie bracket. This will help me SO much!

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