Coleslaw-Stuffed Keto Wraps (low-carb, paleo + dairy-free)

Keto Collard Wraps #keto #lowcarb #highfat #paleo #lowcarbpaleoLow-carb wraps filled with keto-friendly fillings – coleslaw, sprouts, and meat. Wrapped in a collard leaf. A perfect packable lunch, especially when paired with a glass of Genuine Health vegan greens+O.

Today’s recipe is perfect for at home, or on the go. If you’ve ever tried wrapping your favorite sandwich fillings in a collard wrap, you know how delicious it is, and how well collards work as a substitute for grain-filled wraps. And if you haven’t tried this yet, you must!

Collard wraps are a wonderful way to pack more nutrients into your day. Perfect for boosting your intake of greens. And, if you want to go the next step with your intake of greens, you could pair these wraps with a serving of Genuine Health vegan greens+ O. It’s a greens powder for those who are both passionate and sensitive about the foods they eat. The O is for organic – with the inclusion of organic ingredients, greens+ O is also vegan, wheat-free, gluten-free, soy-free, and dairy-free.

Keto Collard Wraps #keto #lowcarb #highfat #paleo #lowcarbpaleo

And, if you’re taking these wraps with you on the go, vegan greens+O comes in one-use packets so you can take your greens powder with you, and add it to water wherever you are.

Okay, let’s get to this recipe!

Keto Collard Wraps #keto #lowcarb #highfat #paleo #lowcarbpaleo

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Coleslaw-Stuffed Keto Wraps
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Recipe type: Paleo, Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Sugar-free, Corn-free, Grain-free, Nut-free, Low-Carb, Keto
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Serves: 4
 
This lunch-friendly keto recipe is perfect for back to school, no matter what the age. I always have a container of cooked ground meat in the fridge ready for recipes like this. The great thing about this recipe is that you can use just about any leftover meat you have kicking around. Heck, even lunch meat would do the trick! If using lunch meat, aim for 2 slices of meat per wrap, so 32 slices in total.

Makes: 16 wraps
Ingredients
Coleslaw
Wraps and Additional Filling
  • 16 collard leaves, stems removed
  • 1 lb (455 grams) regular ground meat (beef, chicken, pork or turkey), cooked and chilled
  • ⅓ cup (25 grams) packed alfalfa sprouts

  • Toothpicks, for holding the wraps together
Instructions
  1. Combine coleslaw ingredients in a large bowl. Mix with a spoon, until everything is coated well.
  2. After removing the stem, each collard leaf should have a strip missing from one edge to about midway through the leaf. View images below for detailed instructions.
  3. Place the first collard leaf on a clean surface. Place a spoonful of the coleslaw on the far edge of the leaf, where the stem has not been cut. Then, add a spoonful of meat, and top it with sprouts.
  4. Begin rolling, tucking in the sides to avoid filling from spilling out. View images below for detailed instructions.
  5. Once the wrap is rolled, insert 1 to 2 toothpicks on an angle, into the wrap, to hold it together for transport. This can be especially helpful if packing in your lunch.
  6. Repeat with remaining leaves and filling.
  7. Divide wraps into 4 servings, 4 wraps per serving, and enjoy!
Notes
For potential leftovers, store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days.

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Keto Collard Wraps #keto #lowcarb #highfat #paleo #lowcarbpaleo

If you’ve never made a collard wrap before, the following images will help you make sense of how everything gets rolled up.

Keto Collard Wraps #keto #lowcarb #highfat #paleo #lowcarbpaleo

The key is not to go hog wild with the filling. Otherwise, the rolling will result in filling going everywhere.

Keto Collard Wraps #keto #lowcarb #highfat #paleo #lowcarbpaleo

If you’re traveling with your wraps, be sure to add toothpicks!

Keto Collard Wraps #keto #lowcarb #highfat #paleo #lowcarbpaleo

I’m always excited to share a recipe with you that provides you with tools to boost your intake of greens. I know for myself, it’s almost too easy to go a whole day without eating much in the way of vegetables and get to the end of the day wondering WHY I waited until 5 pm to have something green. I find with keto because I’m not always hungry (which is an awesome thing!) I forget to eat for hours and hours. This is where a greens powder like Genuine Health vegan greens+ O fits in so wonderfully. My morning practice consists of drinking it every morning, so whether I eat first thing, or not, I know I’ll have a bunch of greens in my body regardless.

What fillings are you going to place in your collard wraps? Let’s chat about it in the comments below.

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  1. I clicked the link for the vegan Greens+o but it tells me to go to the US site. Would the fermented whole body nutrition be the same thing?

    • Hmm, it looks like the vegan greens+o isn’t sold in the US. The fermented vegan proteins+ may be closest. You could use any other greens powder that you prefer, though!

  2. How much weight have you lost eating with this kind of diet?
    This is my first time coming in contact with your website as I was searching for a low carb meatless vegetable soup recipe for right now. Not a vegetarian, just want to transition my eating so I thought I would start clearing my system by eating vegetables first! Plus I need to loose weight and get out of danger of becoming diabetic according to my numbers. I have not tried this recipe, therefore I can not rate it at This at this time!!

  3. This recipe looks amazing! Can’t wait to try it. Can you please share a link for where to buy the Genuine Health Vegan Greens in the US? I can only find the fermented protein powders (which, of course are also awesome!).

    Thanks so much!

  4. I love making collard wraps, but for me I have to steam them… raw collards just hold zero delight taste-wise and texture-wise… When I’m sautéing the meat, I lay a small stack of 2 collards gently over the pan, catching the steam coming off the pan, then flip them, a few times til they’re tender/al dente-ish.

    But since you’re posting with the raw ones, are you saying it’s better nutritionally using raw?

    Also, one of my favorite side dishes to make is to sauté chopped cabbage in the bacon fat after cooking the bacon. Yum!

    • Great idea! Since you’re just lightly steaming them, there’s probably little nutritional difference. Keep doing what works best for you ;) Thanks for sharing, Lisa!

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