These high-protein wraps are guaranteed to fill you up and stop you from snacking all day!
A packed lunch is a notoriously tricky meal to get right. You want something portable and something healthy. But you also want something hearty to give you a boost of energy.
These high-protein wraps check all the boxes. They’re portable, healthy, and packed with protein.
More protein will keep you fuller for longer, so you won’t wind up hungry before dinner!
Grab your lunch box, and let’s check out these yummy high-protein wraps.
1. Crispy Southwest Wrap (21 g)
Think of this crispy Southwest wrap as a cross between a burrito and a quesadilla.
Inside is perfectly seasoned ground beef and veggies, while the grilled shell is nice and crispy.
The only issue with these wraps is waiting until lunch to dig in!
2. Veggie Spinach Wraps with Hummus (13 g)
Vegetarian lunch options are never filling. Healthy? Absolutely! Filling? Not so much.
But these veggie spinach wraps use protein-packed hummus to make them more hearty (and delicious).
You can’t go wrong with your favorite veggies and creamy hummus wrapped in a soft tortilla.
3. Beef Shawarma Wrap (34 g)
My mouth is watering just thinking about this beef shawarma wrap!
It’s just like a gyro but with bold Middle-Eastern flavors.
It pairs tender marinated beef with crisp veggies (and pickles!) with a cool garlic tahini.
Seriously, I could drink that garlic tahini sauce. It’s the cherry on top of this insanely filling wrap.
4. Spicy Thai Flaxseed Wraps (12.5 g)
I can’t get over the bright color of these spicy Thai flaxseed wraps!
They include bright, crispy veggies and tofu with a spicy peanut coconut sauce. But we’re not done yet.
The most amazing part of this recipe is the homemade flaxseed wraps. They’re easier to make than you think and well worth the effort.
5. Philly Cheesesteak Wrap (30 g)
It’ll be hard to focus all morning, knowing you have these Philly cheesesteak wraps waiting for you.
They’re so easy to prepare in a big batch to eat throughout the week.
The recipe mixes ground beef with all the best fixings like onions, pepper, and gooey cheese.
They’re rich, cheesy, and savory, and 100 percent better than fast-food.
6. Turkey Wraps (20 g)
Say hello to the mayor of Wrap-town: the humble turkey wrap. You can’t go wrong with a classic.
This wrap comes together faster than it takes to brew a morning pot of coffee.
With deli turkey, cheese, crisp veggies, and honey mustard, this wrap can’t be topped.
If you have a little extra time, throw some bacon in there!
7. Tuna Wrap (17 g)
Did you blow your food budget eating out over the weekend? If you’re short on cash, these tuna wraps are incredibly affordable.
You only need a few ingredients to create a perfectly creamy and flavorful tuna wrap.
The tuna earns a bright kick from finely diced onions, and a little bit of mayo makes it so creamy.
These wraps are low in calories and high in protein, making them even more irresistible.
8. Chicken Caesar Wrap (35 g)
Who can resist a chicken Caesar salad? The rich dressing, crispy croutons, and tender chicken are the perfect combo.
And to make this wrap even more delicious (and healthy), everything bundles up nicely in a spinach tortilla.
It’ll have you not-so-patiently watching the clock waiting for lunchtime.
9. Shrimp Lettuce Wraps (45 g)
These shrimp lettuce wraps earn the MVP in protein. With 45 grams of protein, you won’t find anything more filling on this list!
They incorporate tender, butty shrimp with tasty veggies like carrots, cucumber, and avocado.
Wrap them up in a crispy lettuce leaf for a low-carb, high-protein treat.
10. P.F. Chang’s Chicken Lettuce Wrap (22 g)
Looking to recreate P.F. Chang’s chicken lettuce wraps? This copycat recipe is even better than the original!
It combines ground chicken with bold Asian spices and water chestnuts for a great crunch.
Sure, you can eat the filling by the bowlful, but this seasoned chicken is even better in crisp lettuce wraps.
11. Buffalo Chicken Wraps (25 g)
Need a little spice in your life? These buffalo chicken wraps are the perfect afternoon jolt.
Think of the chicken filling as a spicy chicken salad. Making a big batch to keep in the fridge for meal prep is a great idea.
While the chicken mixture is pretty spicy, crisp veggies and a bleu cheese help tame the heat.
12. Mediterranean Egg Wrap (15 g)
I don’t know who said eggs are just for breakfast. They’re a great way to pump up the protein and keep things vegetarian.
These Mediterranean egg wraps make a great breakfast or lunch.
With fluffy scrambled eggs, sundried tomatoes, red onion, and feta, they’re hard to resist.
Plus, they’re so to throw together when you’re short on time.
13. High-Protein Lentil Salad Wraps (19 g)
Lentils are your new best friend if you want something to keep you from snacking until dinner.
They’re high in protein, and the added fiber makes for an incredibly filling meal (without the meat).
And these wraps are incredibly flavorful. With so many fresh herbs and a nutty tahini dressing, they’ll soon be your new favorite lunch.
14. Bulgur Falafel Wraps (20.3 g)
Crispy bulgur falafel delivers deep-fried vibes without the guilt.
Bulgur is similar to brown rice but more nutritious and full of protein. And when formed into crispy falafel, the result is savory and a little nutty.
Pair crisp bulgur falafel with all your favorite veggies and a cool tahini sauce for the ultimate healthy lunch.
15. Black Bean Wraps (10.8 g)
Don’t have time to cook? No worries! These vegetarian black bean wraps use fresh and pre-cooked ingredients you can throw together in a flash.
Black beans give this recipe a satisfying meat-like texture.
Combine it with creamy chopped avocado and bold Mexican spices, and wrap it up in a neat package.
16. Ginger Peanut Tofu Wraps (22.4 g)
These ginger peanut tofu wraps are a little fussy but worth extra effort.
Crispy pan-fried tofu takes the flavor over the edge, and the peanut-ginger spread is to die for.
Add in some fresh, crispy veggies, and they have all the flavor of dripped egg rolls in a healthier form!
17. Honey Garlic Roasted Chickpeas Wrap (18.6 g)
Chickpeas are your best friend when you want to keep your meals vegetarian. Their neutral flavor picks up seasoning for a high-protein and flavorful meal.
These wraps incorporate garlic chickpeas and cauliflower rice to make them even more filling.
Then, add a sweet sesame and garlic sauce to take the flavors over the top.
18. Tangy Veggie Wrap (21 g)
Veggie wraps aren’t exactly high in protein, but this recipe is the exception.
While it incorporates crispy, crunchy veggies, the sauce is what delivers the protein punch.
Cottage cheese and Greet yogurt are simple add-ins to dial things up. Plus, they make this wrap incredibly creamy and delicious.
19. Quinoa Egg White Breakfast Wraps (13.4 g)
If you’re on the hunt for something ultra-healthy that’s high in protein, look no further.
These breakfast wraps are the perfect way to start your morning. But they make a great lunch, too!
Tender quinoa adds protein and fiber to keep you full, while egg whites make them fluffy and delicious.
20. Black and Blue Steak Wraps (31 g)
Trying to figure out a way to have steak for lunch? Say hello to these mouth-watering black and blue steak wraps.
The recipe features blackened sirloin steak (bursting with juicy flavor) with creamy bleu cheese. Hence the name black and blue.
Add some crunchy veggies and a balsamic drizzle, and patiently wait for lunchtime to roll around.
These wraps are proof you don’t need meat for a high-protein lunch. There’s a little bit of everything in them, even noodles!
These wraps feature chickpeas and tofu for the protein boost, with vermicelli noodles and veggies for texture.
Add a delicious creamy peanut sauce, wrap it up in a lettuce leaf, and dig in!
22. Taco Wraps (22 g)
Before you get all technical on me, a taco wrap isn’t a burrito! Burritos are larger, and these taco wraps are petite and lunch-sized.
Stuff these taco wraps with seasoned meat and your favorite taco add-ins like salsa, lettuce, onion, and tomato.
It’s easy to make a big batch to meal prep for the week, and they’re much healthier than Taco Bell.
23. Southwest Chicken Wrap (19.9 g)
These Southwest chicken wraps explode with bold Tex-Mex flavors! They’re spicy, creamy, savory, and hard to resist.
This recipe combines crispy chicken tenders with corn, black beans, and tomatoes in a creamy Southwest dressing.
Add some cheese, and wrap it up tightly in a tortilla shell. It’s quick, easy, and tastes fantastic.
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