5-Minute Veggie Coconut Wraps

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Serving platter full of quick & easy Coconut Wraps with Veggies, Hummus, and Curry Paste

These veggie coconut wraps have our heart. Not only are they easy to make, requiring just 8 ingredients and 5 minutes to prepare, they are the ideal easy lunch or snack! Let us show you how.

Platter of fresh vegetables including kale, shredded carrots, sliced red bell peppers, cilantro, and avocado

We were turned onto these Coconut Wraps* by Sarah’s Day. After ordering them and trying them for ourselves, we were hooked! They’re made with 4 simple ingredients and quite versatile. Enjoy them cooked or raw (we prefer raw), savory or sweet (we prefer savory).

While the wraps themselves are delicious, the fillings are where it’s at. We went with hummus and our beloved Green Curry paste for sauce and plenty of fresh vegetables.

Coconut wrap displayed open on a cutting board loaded with vegetables, hummus, and green curry paste

Red bell pepper, carrots, creamy avocado, crispy kale, and cilantro are packed in tight and marry well with the hummus and green curry paste. Total swoon!

Picking up a flavor-packed coconut wrap for a quick & easy lunch

We hope you LOVE these wraps! They’re:

Loaded with vegetables
Fiber- + Protein-rich
Quick & easy
& Ridiculously delicious

These are the ultimate quick and delicious snack or lunch. We’ve been enjoying one or two alongside a big green salad for the ultimate midday treat. We haven’t tried many other fillings for the wraps because this version is so tasty. But feel free to substitute what’s in season and available near you.

If you’re into wraps, also be sure to check out our Thai Spring Rolls with Cashew Dipping Sauce, Spicy Buffalo Chickpea Wraps, Vegan Sweet Potato Chickpea Wraps, and Rainbow Chard Hummus Wraps!

If you try this recipe, let us know! Leave a comment, rate it, and don’t forget to tag a photo #minimalistbaker on Instagram. We’d love to see what you come up with. Cheers, friends!

Platter of gluten-free and vegan coconut wraps filled with hummus, veggies, and curry paste

5-Minute Veggie Coconut Wraps

An easy, incredibly fresh and delicious lunch or snack idea: Grain-free coconut wraps with hummus, curry paste, and tons of fresh vegetables. Just 8 ingredients and 5 minutes required.
Author Minimalist Baker
Platter of homemade Vegan Coconut Wraps filled with hummus and vegetables
5 from 8 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 5 (wraps)
Course Entrée, Snack
Cuisine Gluten-Free, Grain-Free, Vegan
Freezer Friendly No
Does it keep? 1 Day


  • 5 Coconut Wraps (we love this brand in the flavor turmeric)
  • 2/3 cup hummus (store-bought – we love King Harvest brand)
  • 7 1/2 Tbsp green curry paste (or store-bought, though fresh is best)
  • 1 red bell pepper – thinly sliced
  • 1 cup fresh cilantro (approximately 1 large bundle)
  • 1 1/2 cups shredded carrots
  • 1 ripe avocado – sliced
  • 2 1/2 cups kale – chopped


  • Lay a single coconut wrap on a clean surface or cutting board. Add 2 Tbsp (~32 g) hummus and 1 1/2 Tbsp curry paste (~22 g) and spread on the end of the wrap closest to you.
  • Add bell pepper, carrots, avocado, kale, and cilantro and roll tightly away from you. Place seam side down on a serving platter. Repeat until you have 5 coconut wraps (or as many as you desire).
  • Best served fresh. Can store leftovers covered in refrigerator up to 1 day.



*If you can’t get your hands on coconut wraps, feel free to substitute something similar, such as almond flour tortillas or flatbread. The toppings would also work well as a veggie sandwich on toasted bread.
*Be sure to keep your coconut wraps well sealed for freshness. And if they are dry or brittle, try wrapping in a damp, warm towel to rehydrate and soften.
*Prep time does not include making green curry paste or hummus.

Nutrition (1 of 5 servings)

Serving: 1 wrap Calories: 236 Carbohydrates: 23.6 g Protein: 5.5 g Fat: 14.3 g Saturated Fat: 5.6 g Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.63 g Monounsaturated Fat: 2.69 g Trans Fat: 0 g Cholesterol: 0 mg Sodium: 586 mg Potassium: 348 mg Fiber: 8.4 g Sugar: 8.9 g Vitamin A: 4592 IU Vitamin C: 80.58 mg Calcium: 62.37 mg Iron: 1.4 mg

*This post is not sponsored. We don’t accept free products or do sponsored content on Minimalist Baker. You can read more about that on our about page.

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  1. Alpa Parbadia Bhungalia says

    I used this recipe as my inspiration to use up my batter for moong daal dosa and South Indian style tomato-onion chutney. Had fingerling potatoes, which I roasted with some South Indian spices. It was very refreshing!! Thanks for inspiring me to create something new with what I have.

  2. Erica says

    Made it for dinner with some -more filling- adjustments!

    I added rice (seasoned with salt, pepper, fresh turmeric root, fresh ginger root)

    Also served it with a homemade peanut sauce and.. *chef’s kiss*

    I used thrive market turmeric coconut wraps

  3. monica may says

    I would love to pre make these for a weekend camping. will they keep ok cold already wrapped for following day?

  4. Anita says

    My roommates are the luckiest people alive, because I’m always making your recipes. Many times, it is foods we have never eaten before, like these coconut wraps. I made these tonight, and they were absolutely delicious. I made the green curry paste from scratch earlier today and I could just eat it by itself. I added an extra Serrano pepper. Also, I might have added an extra tablespoon or so of the lime juice and lemon juice, so it came out a little runny – I added a tablespoon of Chia seed and a teaspoon of flaxseed meal and used the sauce setting on my blender; it thickened perfectly, and you couldn’t taste the flax. My oh my – I will be bookmarking this recipe! You are amazing!

  5. Alexandra says

    I am impressed! I could not find any coconut wraps so I used regular ones but for the rest, the recipe is amazing! Loved them and my husband asked me if we could have these for lunch from now on instead of salads! Same as every recipe I’ve tried from you before, it’s amazing and so simple to make!

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      Yay! So glad to hear you both enjoyed it, Alexandra! Thanks so much for the lovely review!

  6. Rhett says

    Love these quick vegan snacks! I can’t do legumes, so I replaced the hummus with vegan cream cheese!!! Yum, I loved the combo of the spiciness of the curry and the sweetness of the cream cheese! I also used Trader Joe’s GF brown rice tortillas instead of the wrap, and they worked just fine! Thanks for this great recipe!

  7. Amy says

    These were so dang good. I used the cassava coconut wraps because that’s what they had at Whole Foods. I added a tiny squeeze of lime juice. I’m obsessed and am quickly becoming your number one fan. I have no food restrictions but my boyfriend is vegetarian paleo and I have thoroughly enjoyed all the heathy recipes I’ve made from your site. Thank you!

  8. Tracey says

    iHerb also sells the wraps & cheaper than Amazon! iHerb is great because they also provide the expiration dates of the products : )

  9. Ericka B says

    I just made these and they are SO GOOD. I used spinach wraps instead of coconut (couldn’t find any). One question- can you use curry paste from the store? Also, do you have to cook curry paste before using it?

  10. Shermi says

    These wraps were soooo good! I have to admit, I was unsure about the hummus and green curry paste but they tasted great together! The whole recipe came together so quickly, and it’s healthy to boot. Winner in our book, thank you!

  11. Lauren Becker says

    I bought these wraps after your recommendation and I love them! Thank you for sharing so many delicious and easy recipes!

  12. Hellen says

    Hello Dana,
    I admire your wealth of knowledge and ingenuity within your recipes. Just a note: I tried to subscribe to your site using Chrome, however I was blocked. Are you ‘updated’ with Chrome? I switched to Internet Explorer and my subscription to your site was accepted. Perhaps you are missing many subscribers because of this?
    Kind regards,

  13. Andrea says

    This was the MOST delicious. The green curry paste makes it (though it did NOT take me 10 minutes to make). Well worth the extra effort. This one is a keeper!

  14. Cassie Thuvan Tran says

    Oh, I love watching Sarah’s Day videos too! The coconut turmeric wraps look great, and I’m sure I’ll fall in love with them when I try them! Your take on a coconut veggie wrap is stupendous, no surprise! Truthfully, I really like that you add pictures of the setup because it helps immensely with following along with the recipe. The individual ingredients are valued even more with the pictures in the beginning!

    • heidi says

      Thank you! Yay! I found these wraps on Amazon.ca:
      NUCO Turmeric Coconut Wraps, 5-Piece, 70g
      by Nuco
      CDN$ 8.25(CDN$ 0.19/oz)

  15. Marcia says

    I tried to print the recipe out but I only got the picture of the wraps on the first page and a blank 2nd page. Suggestions?


    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      Hi Marcia! What device are you trying to print from? Let us know and we’ll do our best to help out.

      • Marcia says

        Good morning! Okay, it’s really afternoon, but good afternoon sounds way to formal for me! Thanks for responding so quickly, I sincerely appreciate it. I’m using a MacMini and Safari. I hope that info is helpful. Again, I appreciate you taking the time out of your already busy schedule!


  16. Marcia says

    Do they have a REALLY strong coconut flavor/fragrance? Neither my husband or I are huge coconut fans. We do use coconut milk in cooking, but that’s about it. Don’t care for coconut flakes in anything. Would you suggest using a different wrap? If so, what would you suggest? He’s allergic to corn, so no corn tortillas either. Thanks!

  17. Gillian says

    I love these wraps, especially the combo you’ve created with the green curry and hummus! I first saw Dana make these on instragram and after trying them myself. I was hooked! Thanks for introducing me to these wraps Dana!

  18. Leslie Ewing says

    I am a full-time RVer getting ready to head north out of Florida, so I will be several months without a delivery address. I won’t be able to get these wraps delivered by amazon until next winter. Darn

    • ToniAnn says

      You might be able to have something delivered to General Delivery, at the Headquarters of the PO for the town you’ll be in (just check with the local PO before you order for the specifics).
      Best Wishes

  19. Ginger by Choice I food & lifestyle blog says

    Your 5-Minute Vegan Coconut Wraps sound amazing! It’s the first time that I’ve heard about the Coconut wraps. Do you think I’ll find them at Whole Foods? I’m really really curious and wanna learn more about them. But first: lunch!

    Thanks for sharing :-*

    Ginger by Choice I food & lifestyle

  20. Ash says

    Yum! I’m obsessed with Sezzy so as soon as I saw the wraps I was like, wait a second, these on YouTube! I wonder if they would be good for Vietnamese-style summer rolls…