Try These Delicious Spinach Wraps

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Try These Delicious Spinach Wraps
Lourdes Martínez

Reviewed and approved by the pharmacist Lourdes Martínez.

Last update: 15 December, 2022

The best way to take advantage of the benefits of this green leaf vegetable is to prepare some tasty spinach wraps. That way, it makes it easier to eat vegetables. Plus, we can even include them in our kid’s meals.

Like many green leaf vegetables, spinach is rich in vegetables, iron, calcium and fiber, which greatly benefits the immune system.

Spinach can be eaten raw or cooked. The important thing is that, before eating it, you wash both the leaf and the stalk very well.

To eliminate any type of impurity or pesticide residue, we recommend submerging it in water with vinegar for a couple of minutes. 

To preserve its color after cooking it, it should be cooked in boiled water with salt for no more than 5 minutes. The color of spinach is a product of its chlorophyll concentration, which purifies the blood and eliminates toxins. Also, its consumption increases red blood cell production.

Four different ways to prepare spinach wraps

Spinach is a natural source of energy, which is why it’s always included in weight loss diets and in various training plans. Its versatility makes it easy to include it in different recipes. As we continue, we’ll take a look at some very quick and easy recipes.

Flourless spinach omelettes

Flourless spinach omelettes

  • A pinch of salt
  • A pinch of pepper
  • 4 egg whites (200 g)
  • 1 large head of spinach


  • First, wash the spinach well and separate the leaves from the stalk.
  • Then, cut the leaves into small pieces.
  • With a blender or processor, mix all of the ingredients until you have a light paste.
  • In a hot sauce pan, previously coated with oil, pour a large spoonful of the spinach mixture until it makes a kind of cake-like shape
  • Cook one side well, then flip it to cook the other side.
  • One cooked, spread it out on a plate and fill it with salted vegetables or chicken strips.
  • To wrap it, fold the bottom half of the omelette towards the center, and then each side up.
  • You can make as many wraps as you want or need (depending on the number of people who are eating them).

Spinach wrap with vegetables

Spinach wrap with vegetables
  • 1 hard-boiled egg
  • 1/2 avocado (50 g)
  • 1/2 carrot (10 g)
  • 1 small pumpkin (150 g)
  • 1/2 salad tomato (20 g)
  • 2 large spinach leaves
  • Salt, pepper and olive oil (to taste)


  • First, wash the spinach leaves well and let dry. Cut the pumpkin and the carrots into small strips. 
  • Then, put in a sauce pan and season with salt, pepper and olive oil.
  • Spread the spinach leaves out on a plate or tray. In the middle of the leaf, place the carrot and pumpkin strips.
  • Add the egg, avocado and tomato, cut into small pieces.
  • Dress with salt, pepper and olive oil. You can also substitute this for commercial dressing, preferably organic.
  • Fold the bottom of the leaf upwards and wrap the filling with it, until you make the wraps. They should be pretty tight to keep anything from coming out.
  • Make as many spinach wraps as you need, serve and enjoy. 

Protein spinach wrap

Protein spinach wrap

Ingredients for the omelette
  • 1/2 cup of milk (150 ml)
  • 2 large heads of spinach
  • 2 tablespoons of beaten eggs or cream to make the omelette (100 g)

Ingredients for the filling

  • 1/2 carrot (10 g)
  • 1 piece of cucumber (10 g)
  • 150 g of cooked chicken breast


  • After washing the spinach leaves well, cook them for about five minutes in boiling water with salt.
  • Strain, let them cool and crush them into the milk and protein until you have a thick paste. 
  • In a hot sauce pan, spray some oil and pour a scoop of the prepared mixture to make the omelette.
  • Cook both sides until it has an attractive, golden color.
  • For the filling, chop up the cucumber, the carrot and the chicken. Place them in the center of the omelette and roll until you have a small, compact bundle.
  • Once you’ve mastered the technique, you can make as many wraps as you would like. 

Spinach rolls

spinach wraps

  • 1/2 avocado (50 g)
  • 150 g of natural tuna
  • 1 piece of cucumber (10 g)
  • 2 large spinach leaves
  • Dressing of your choice (salt and oil, or a vinaigrette) 


  • Wash the spinach leaves well, let them dry and then spread them out separately.
  • In a spinach leaf, place half of the tuna.
  • Add the avocado and cucumber, cut into small pieces.
  • Salt and pepper to taste.
  • Roll the leaf up like sushi, using a lot of pressure, to keep them from opening.
  • Cut into circles and repeat the process with the other leaf.

All cited sources were thoroughly reviewed by our team to ensure their quality, reliability, currency, and validity. The bibliography of this article was considered reliable and of academic or scientific accuracy.

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This text is provided for informational purposes only and does not replace consultation with a professional. If in doubt, consult your specialist.