Vegan Thanksgiving Wraps

Jump to Recipe
Baking sheet with Fall Bounty Thanksgiving Wraps tied with parchment paper and twine

Friends, it’s almost Thanksgiving! (Aahhh!!)

Have you made your menu yet? Do you have big plans? Are you doing something traditional (like eating Aunt Betty’s stuffing and playing cards with your grandpa), or something unconventional (like packing PB&Js and heading to the beach)?

Tell me everything. I want to know!

Roasting chickpeas and sweet potatoes for our vegan Fall Bounty Thanksgiving Wraps

When considering what to share for Thanksgiving this year as an “entrée,” I struggled. So I went with my instincts and tried to think of something I would actually be excited to make and enjoy on the big day.

I have yet to try a vegan “loaf” or roast I actually enjoyed (update: minds can be changed!), and I’m not much a fan of fake meats and the like. So instead of overcomplicating things, I came up with a whole foods-focused dish that’s simple, delicious, and something everyone can enjoy (picky eaters included).

Vegan Thanksgiving wraps made with chickpeas, sweet potatoes, cranberries, and fresh greens

Get this:

Pillowy Garlic Herb Flatbreads (or try our gluten-free version), filled with:
Cinnamon-roasted sweet potatoes,
Crispy baked chickpeas,
Peppery arugula,
Toasted pumpkin seeds,
Dried cranberries, &
Zesty Garlic-Dill Sauce

Swoon. Oh, and it all comes together in 30 minutes with less than 10 ingredients (depending on which toppings you choose). Happy Thanksgiving, indeed.

Adding fresh arugula to Fall Bounty Thanksgiving Wraps
Making vegan Fall Bounty Thanksgiving Wraps for a healthy meal

I am so thrilled with how these turned out.  They’re:

Slightly crisp from the arugula + seeds
Creamy + zesty from the garlic-dill sauce
& Dreamy

These wraps make the perfect vegan entrée for Thanksgiving, and also for any time of year! The flavors are so autumnal and warm and perfect, you’ll want to make these all the time (and you totally should).

If you give these a try, let us know! Leave a comment, rate them (once you’ve tried them), and take a picture and tag it @minimalistbaker on Instagram so we can see! Hope you love these – cheers, friends!

Baking sheet with vegan Thanksgiving Wraps filled with fall goodies

Vegan Thanksgiving Wraps

Healthy, hearty, 30-minute Vegan Thanksgiving Wraps with roasted sweet potatoes, crispy chickpeas, and garlic-dill sauce, tucked inside homemade Garlic Herb Flatbreads!
Author Minimalist Baker
Tray with three Thanksgiving Wraps tied with parchment paper and twine
4.96 from 46 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 4 (wraps)
Course Entree
Cuisine Vegan
Freezer Friendly No
Does it keep? 3 Days



  • 2 large (~150 g each) sweet potatoes (organic when possible)
  • 1 Tbsp avocado oil
  • 1 tsp fresh thyme
  • 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp sea salt
  • 1 pinch cayenne pepper (optional)


  • 1 15-ounce can chickpeas (rinsed, drained and thoroughly dried in a towel)
  • 1 Tbsp avocado oil
  • 1 tsp fresh or dried thyme
  • 1 pinch ground cinnamon
  • 1 tsp ground cumin
  • 1/2 tsp smoked paprika
  • 1/2 scant tsp sea salt
  • 1 healthy pinch each ground coriander + cardamom (optional)

FOR SERVING optional


  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (204 C).
  • Thoroughly wash and dry sweet potatoes, then slice (skin on) into bite-sized rounds/pieces.
  • Add to a mixing bowl with avocado oil, thyme, cinnamon, sea salt and cayenne (optional). Toss to coat, then arrange in a single layer on a baking sheet.
  • To the same mixing bowl, add rinsed, dried chickpeas, and avocado oil, thyme, cinnamon, cumin, paprika, sea salt, and coriander + cardamom (optional).
  • Toss to coat, then arrange on baking sheet with sweet potatoes where space permits. (Depending on size of baking sheet, you may need to use a second to accommodate all potatoes and chickpeas).
  • Bake for a total of 25 minutes, flipping/stirring once at the 15-minute mark to ensure even cooking. You’ll know they’re done when the potatoes are fork tender, and the chickpeas are golden brown, dehydrated, and slightly crispy. Remove from oven and set aside.
  • In the meantime, prepare toppings and dressing (if using).
  • Once potatoes and chickpeas are finished baking, wrap flatbreads in a damp towel and warm in the still warm oven for 1-2 minutes (or in the microwave for 30 seconds) to soften and make more pliable.
  • To assemble, top each wrap with a portion of sweet potatoes and chickpeas. Add desired toppings, such as dried cranberries, pumpkin seeds, arugula, and Garlic-Dill Hummus Sauce (recipe link above).
  • Best when fresh, though leftovers keep separately in the refrigerator up to 3 days.


*To keep this recipe gluten-free, make our gluten-free flatbread, or sub the flatbreads for your favorite gluten-free wrap or bread or put everything atop a bed of salad greens.
*Nutrition information is a rough estimate calculated with flatbreads, but without additional toppings.

Nutrition (1 of 4 servings)

Serving: 1 wrap Calories: 464 Carbohydrates: 82.9 g Protein: 12 g Fat: 9.9 g Saturated Fat: 0.8 g Trans Fat: 0 g Cholesterol: 0 mg Sodium: 962 mg Fiber: 6.5 g Sugar: 6.8 g

Did You Make This Recipe?

Tag @minimalistbaker on Instagram and hashtag it #minimalistbaker so we can see all the deliciousness!

If you love this recipe...

Get Our Fan Favorites eBook Here!

Reader Interactions

Leave a Comment & Rating!

Have a question? Use ctrl+f or ⌘+f on your computer or the "find on page" function on your phone browser to search existing comments! Need help? Check out this tutorial!

My Rating:

  1. Jean says

    Link to garlic-dill hummus sauce did not work; a different recipe showed up. Suspect that sauce can make or break the Thanksgiving wrap. Please provide. Thanks!

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      Hi Jean, it’s within the Mediterranean Baked Sweet Potatoes recipe (called Garlic Herb Sauce). Sorry for any confusion there! We’ll revisit and improve clarity.

  2. Leila says

    Oh my gosh these were good. I followed the recipe exactly and my whole family loved every bite. I almost went with store bought flat bread, but decided at the last minute to make the garlic herb flatbread and I’m so glad I did!

  3. Haley Alexander says

    This is like, unreal levels of good. I used Japanese sweet potatoes, not realizing they were sweeter than regular sweet potatoes but it still turned out amazing. I also used roasted garlic hummus to make the sauce, but accidentally still added the additional garlic…it tasted really great but you definitely only need one or the other (unless you need to ward off vampires!). I served on a flour burrito tortilla with spinach instead of arugula. I love that this is so flavorful while being simple and wholesome.

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      We are so glad to hear you enjoyed them so much, Haley! Thank you for sharing your experience! xoxo

  4. Steff says

    Loved this, and was my first time making flat bread! Instead of dried cranberries, I tossed fresh cranberries in some maple syrup and orange juice and roasted them on the same sheet for the last 15 minutes – delish!

  5. Stacey says

    I made this sort of spur of the moment and it came out great! I substituted a few things but that was only because it’s Thanksgiving and I didn’t want to run to the store. I didn’t have argula, just added some shredded kale and I didn’t make the garlic sauce because I had a creamy garlic dressing that I used instead. I topped it with cilantro, dried cranberries and hot sauce. I made the flatbreads and I’m glad I did because they are sooooo good. Will make again.

  6. Nicole says

    I made this with store bought tortillas, the suggested garlic dill hummus sauce (added much more hummus than the recipe called for), cranberries, and arugula. My fiance, who doesn’t usually enjoy vegan meals, absolutely loved this recipe. I was able to make 8 wraps (I have a feeling I was a bit lighter on the filling since we had tortillas) and still had enough ingredients to use the chickpeas, sweet potatoes, and sauce in a makeshift Buddha Bowl with quinoa.

  7. Eliza says

    These are bomb! I made the sauce with tahini since I didn’t have any hummus on hand, and it almost didn’t work. But I added a little bit of agave at the internet’s recommendation. And this was really delicious!

  8. ALS says

    I love this recipe so much, I had to memorialize it by writing it down on one of my recipe cards to save forever.

    The first time I tried it, I made the homemade flatbread, but store-bought is good too (and what I always do now because I’m lazy, and this is a perfect lazy recipe).

    One time I used leftover roasted butternut squash instead of sweet potato and that was good too, if a little bit squishier.

    Thanks again for the awesome recipe!

  9. Samantha says

    I don’t usually comment on recipes but oh man, this was phenomenal!! I didn’t have arugula so I just used fresh spinach and omitted the seeds. I definitely recommend you make the hummus dill sauce to go with this! I’ve recently transitioned to a plant-based diet and your recipes have made it so much more enjoyable! Thank you! This recipe specifically is definitely going to be a weekly staple for me.

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      Thanks so much for your kind words and lovely review, Samantha. We are so glad you enjoyed this recipe and the garlic dill sauce! Next time, would you mind leaving a rating with your review? It’s super helpful for us and other readers. Thanks so much! Xo

  10. Niyati says

    Thank you for creating this amazing recipe! I can’t wait to try it out next week for a dinner for 20.

    Quick question: Do you think this recipe will work if I sub the sweet potatoes with roasted butternut squash?

  11. Caitlin says

    I made this with storebought pita, and the pita was the only thing I didn’t like! It was really good with the dried cranberries or with pomegranate seeds. I wound up using the leftover sweet potatoes, chickpeas, and sauce to top some mujadarra and it is SO GOOD!!!

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerSupport @ Minimalist Baker says

      We’re so glad you enjoyed it! Bummer about the store-bought pita though. Glad you were able to get creative and find another way to serve it =)

  12. Lisa Elgerd says

    Made this for Christmas dinner! Everyone absolutely LOVED it. I do think one should allot more than 30 minutes prep time though…I mixed the sweet potatoes and chickpeas with their respective spices the day before, so they could “stew in their juices” and get really flavorful and I could just pop them in the oven Christmas day before dinner. I used store bought pita bread and it worked just fine. I had no pumpkin seeds, but sunflower seeds worked great! The only modification I made to the recipe was using soaked cashews instead of hummus for the base of the sauce, I felt like there was already enough chickpea flavor in the wrap. I went a little heavy on the lemon and dill in the sauce too, because I really like those two flavors. Bottom line, FANTASTIC recipe. Thank you so much for sharing it!

    • Lisa Elgerd says

      Oh also! We had 15 people for dinner, so I quadrupled the recipe, and had four of us in the kitchen in a little “assembly line” putting them together in their little strings, which was fun! They made a beautiful pyramid on the serving table. :-)

  13. Penny Styles says

    I made this for my Vegan Grandaughter to take to Thanksgiving. We were due to go to in-laws and I didn’t want her to feel left out or awkward to have to pick around to see what she could eat.
    I made the chickpeas from dried, boiled and roasted with the sweet potatoes – they were nutty, smelled fabulous and held their form. The sauce, I included Tahini and some plain Hummus for texture. I made it two days ahead and refrigerated – it was (and is) SO delicious!!
    Using raw Pepitos – I mixed them with curry powder and a little sea salt – and roasted them.
    Instead of the flatbread, we used warmed ‘street’ soft tacos (the tiny ones). At Thanksgiving, we quickly microwaved the chickpea and sweet potatoes in a bowl, put the tacos on top, for 1 minute and then she assembled them on the spot.
    She was very happy with her special wraps. …. although we had to keep it separate as everyone nosed around to see what smelled so delicious! Turns out I should have made more for the rest of the crowd :)
    Thanks for this fabulous recipe!

  14. Jamie says

    This was amazing and a huge hit at thanksgiving! Only downside was that there wasn’t enough for everyone to try. Would it be possible to cut the dough into smaller pieces for bite sized versions? Would this impact the cooking time of the bread if they are smaller or still be 2.5 minutes per side? Thank you for the amazing recipes as always!

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerDana @ Minimalist Baker says

      Oh, I think the cook time would still be the same. And that’s a brilliant idea! Like a little finger food / appetizer portion. xo!

  15. Sarah says

    We had these for dinner tonight – delicious! To save time I used Trader Joe’s Garlic Hummus Dip, store-bought naan bread (which I warmed), and Trader Joe’s Cranberry Sauce. Added the arugula too. So yummy!

  16. raheem yaseen says

    iv turned vegan 2 weeks ago and so far i’m doing pretty well .Carry on and never wait ,a week ago i wanted to give up but i’v kept going ,don’t give up early

    and im single!!!

  17. Reeta Desai says

    you are an amazing creator of really healthy delicious recipes, you inspire me tremendously ! love your ideas and concepts. keep up the great work and give others like me inspiring ideas. thank you so much.

  18. Nicki says

    These are so great! I made the tahini/dill dressing and toasted the pepitas ahead of time. We used store bought wraps. Before work in the morning I threw together the spices for the chickpeas and sweet potatoes in separate little baby food containers, so when I got home, it really came together in about 25 min (and that includes clean up!). It was so easy! Next time I may do these Mediterranean Sweet Potato style, roasting the sweet potatoes that way, adding all the toppings and leaving out the bread. 5 stars (as always!)

    • Charese Herrington says

      I made them tonight and would use Pita Bread in the future
      Today I used wrap and it was too grainy for me but the rest was good

  19. Hilary says

    I know this is an old recipe, but I’m considering making for this Thanksgiving. I don’t love sweet potatoes, but my parents do. Do you think it would work to cook one sweet potato and one regular potato (maybe russet?)

  20. Sydny says

    Anyone have tips on how to help these come together more quickly on the day of the event? I feel like the sweet potatoes could be roasted the day before and heated up in the oven before assembly. How about the chickpeas? I’m assuming assembly should be done before serving, but any prep suggestions would be appreciated!

  21. Dana Lasswell says

    Your site is one of my very favorite “go-to’s” for healthy, simple recipes! You have come to the rescue with your creative culinary skills several times when my brain was simply spent after a day of clay sculpting! These are delicious and because of my complete faith in your good sense of taste, I wisely made a double batch. Sooooo happy I did. I mixed in currants, toasted pine nuts, and finely sliced cabbage because that’s what I had. Thanks so much, Cheers from the other Dana p.s. I think you have a very cool first name! ;)

  22. Jan says

    I just made this for Christmas dinner. It’s amazing! A new favorite! I followed the directions to a “T” and everything turned out perfectly. I wouldn’t recommend changing a thing. Absolutely delicious!

  23. Ashley says

    This has become our holiday go-to. Was searching for it again for Christmas in a couple of days, and wanted to leave a quick note about how great it is. We LOVE it, I don’t know why we don’t make it more often, but I guess that keeps it special. Thanks for all the great recipes!

  24. Kim says

    This was outrageously good. I used all the add-ons (pumpkin seeds, cranberry, arugula).
    Husband loved it, said make this again! The only thing I changed was the sauce; I used greek yogurt rather than hummus, omitted the dill, added olive oil

  25. Skye says

    Made these for thanksgiving. I was totally intimidated by the flatbread, but it was SO easy and the wraps were delicious and even my non plant based friends loved them! Highly recommended!!!

  26. Nanci says

    Have you ever done a roasted stuffed pumpkin? I haven’t but I’ve always wanted to. I think it would look really cool on the Thanksgiving table. I saw one recipe that had about 20 ingredients, from black beans to tofu to walnuts to craisins.

  27. Kandace says

    Hello, Dana. So, I wasn’t sure how thia would come out, but I took a step on faith haha and cooked this dish. It turned out fantastic! My entire family was begging for more. Thank You. Will you be posting any Halloween specialties?

  28. Ashley says

    Absolutely delicious! Had these with the curried butternut squash soup, definitely making both for thanksgiving this year!

  29. Jordan says

    These were so good!! Made the sauce, chickpeas and sweet potato, topped on a pita/flat bread with just plain old lettuce and tomato. Love, yum!

  30. Ana @ Ana's Rocket Ship says

    I thought that this was going to be a leftover sandwich in wrap form – but this is even better!!!!! I can make and eat this in March – right? I’m thankful that no one is going to make me wait till December….

  31. Kris says

    Ok. I was a little skeptical about this one, particularly when I tastes the sauce and potatoes separately. But together, WOW. Love it. Thanks for the recipe!

  32. Daniella says

    I don’t normally like sweet potato, but that was amazing! The amount of spice on the chick peas and sweet potatoes was perfect to compliment the garlic hummus. I didn’t have dill, but it still tasted delicious! I also made the flatbread and it was so good; I kept eating the bread with the hummus after I was full.

    I’ve been waiting months to make these and I’m so glad I finally did! Thanks for the recipe!

  33. Brook says

    These were a huge success at Christmas this year! The flatbreads were so easy to make and took the entire dish to another level. We will definitely be making these again.

  34. Gabriela says

    I recently made these for a Christmas potluck at my work and everyone who tried it really enjoyed them! My boyfriend was not even able to try them, they went so fast! I made 12 wraps. I substituted a few items, but overall the wraps were so beautifully presented. That garlic herb sauce definitely brings it all together. I’ll definitely be making these again when I get the chance!

  35. Malka says

    I made these for a special Chanukah meal and they were DELICIOUS! We enjoyed them so much. Will definitely be making them again, especially the flatbreads.

  36. Lisa says

    I made the roasted chickpeas with optional spices and 1/4 tsp garlic powder. Then the garlic hummus sauce with no garlic and a pinch of salt. I had no yams so I just sliced up a gala apple, washed some kale and squished as much as I could into 2 pita halves. SO GOOD! Thank you so much for your down to earth, thoughtful recipes:)

  37. kandace says

    Hello. I’d just like to say that I tried this recipe for a couple of my vegan and vegetarian family members, and they loved it!! They requested that I make the wraps, again. Thank you.

  38. Murielle says

    The moment I saw these wraps I knew I had to make them and knew they would be divine! That touch of cinnamon in the sweet potatoes/chickpeas made all the difference, SOOOO tasty! Wonderful:) xo


  39. diane balcer says

    Tried the Vegan Thanksgiving wraps. Used romaine leaves instead of bread – they were to amazingly good. I also used a squirt of Ponzu sauce and it was just perfect.
    The only bad thing was there were no leftover. Oh well, will start again. So fast
    and easy.
    Thank you so much.

  40. Jen says

    I swear, I’m eating this recipe (and variations thereof) about twice a week at the moment. I love roasted chickpeas. I love roasted sweet potato. I love your hummus dressing. I love rocket. This is literally my favourite meal of all time. The only reason I’m not eating it every day is that I don’t want to get sick of it!

  41. Zarah says

    Dana, I really want to THANK YOU for this amazing recipe! I would never have combined cinnamon, thyme and dill but this was SO good and a great reminder to grab my dill more! We improvised a little and used sultana raisins instead of cranberries, and a butternut squash instead of sweet potatoes but the rest was as close to the recipe as I ever get. Next time I’m going for rocket salad (but I can say that spinach and some green onions was a great option too) because I have a feeling the pepperiness of it will be amazing with this.
    So… THANK you! Love this!

  42. Mira says

    Everyone loved this recipe! My Israeli husband thought I was nuts when I told him I would used chickpeas and sweet potatoes together, but it was a big favorite at dinner! Ditched the wrap though;)

  43. Sonia says

    Hi, I’m making these this Thanksgiving but I have to transpirt them. Are they best served warm or is room temperature good? Can I make the filling the night before?

  44. Tiana says

    Thank you! I’m going to be planning my first vegan Thanksgiving, and I’m going to try out several of your recipes. Everything looks so good!

  45. Heather says

    This was great. I made my own flatbread and made the chickpeas from dried, so it wasn’t q quick meal to throw together, but I now have lunches for a substantial part of the week all done.

    Loved the garlic dill sauce (although I think people may have to stay away from me for a little while..!). I put arugula, sauteed kale, sweet potato, peppers, and the roasted chickpeas in mine. I am not sure the roasted chickpeas did much for me, even fresh out of the oven. I think next time I might just season them after cooking and skip roasting them. I like when they are creamy rather than the texture of roasted.

    This is also a great template. You could do any number of combinations in a flatbread wrap.

  46. Chelsea says

    Made these tonight and they are delicious! We ran out of arugula yesterday, and I’ll add it next time, but it didn’t need it. Served them wrapped in the frozen garlic naan from Trader Joes.
    My 3.5 year old loved it too; I served it “deconstructed” with the toppings in separate ramekins and she made her own combinations. So tasty!

  47. Marmajean says

    This was the absolute best “thanksgiving replacement” meal I have ever tasted, EVER! It was like eating an entire thanksgiving meal in a wrap! (I made this last night to test before the big feast day). I added some leftover panfried with sea salt asparagus (cut in 1 inch pieces) and whole organic cranberry sauce (we like ‘sweet meats’) and it gave us that delightful unami ‘meat’ feeling – (the crispiness of some of the raosted chickpeas was like the skin, the chick peas themselves were like the white meat, the sweet potatoes were like the dark meat, the asparagus gave the whole thing that ‘chewiness’ that meat has – and then all the spices and flavors combined to create a heavenly Thanksgiving feast in my mouth!)

    Thank you for this and for all your recipes – I cook at least one or two new ones each week and some of them (like your tahini dressings) have become standard fare in our house.

    You are making my life more of a blessing and sharing with others keeps the love going. I am grateful for you and your love of cooking.
    Happy Thanksgiving

  48. Heidi Kokborg says

    Oh wow!! These wraps look absolutely amazing! We don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in Denmark but I am still going to make this recipe! :)

  49. Mishka says

    These look SO good!! I haven’t discovered a suitable gluten free wrap for these but I am in love with all these flavors!

  50. Mandy Dugas says

    Dana!!! Your picture are so mouth watering! I want to jump through the screen and chow down! You are awesome! Can’t wait for your book to come out!

    Love Mandy

  51. Nicole @ Young, Broke and Hungry says

    My brother recently decided to go vegan and I have been racking my brain on what to serve him for Thanksgiving. These wraps look so delicious I might have them too.

  52. Sonia says

    That looks amazing Dana!!! I´m definitely going to try this soon! I love love love sweet potatoes…and chickpeas…and wraps… so this is a win win hahaha :D

  53. Rakhee@boxofspice says

    OMG! These look soo incredibly good. You made one picky vegetarian in Holland extremely hungry!!! Who needs fake meat when you can do that with real veggies??? WOW!

  54. Linzy says

    I work 7 days a week for about two months straight until the holidays hit, so the simpler, the better for me. If I could get takeout, I would in a heartbeat. Luckily, my time off starts at Thanksgiving this year, and I only have a couple of major events between then and the new year.

    Both my husband and I agree, fake meats just don’t cut it for the holidays. Never mind the endless tofurkey jokes from our families, we’re just not big fans. We like to make whole food dishes that celebrate the season without a lot of fuss. Last year was acorn squash and chestnut soup, hazelnut crusted tempeh with mashed potatoes, gravy and roasted Brussels sprouts, and maple creme brullee for dessert. It sounds difficult, but most of it was made ahead of time or required very little attention.

    This year, I’m thinking persimmon and (vegan)ricotta salad, cornbread and cranberry stuffed mini pumpkins and a platter of things dipped in chocolate for dessert. There’s not a lot of fuss, but it still feels special.

  55. Liora @ Allthingsloveli says

    I cannot believe Thanksgiving is next week- How did that happen??? I saw Ina Garten’s Thanksgiving episode with Bobby Flay last week and started to get those holiday warm and fuzzies :) I go to my aunt and uncle for Thanksgiving with my family and I usually bring one or two things.. if only I could narrow down my options and commit to a dish!

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerDana @ Minimalist Baker says

      Mmm, the holiday warm fuzzies. LOVE them. I am holding off on listening to holiday music until after Thanksgiving. Wish me luck!

  56. Eva @ Four Leaf Clover says

    These look ah-mazing!! Do you think they’d keep well after some time? I’m having my first ever Thanksgiving with my husband’s family and, since I’ll be the only vegan there, I need to bring something of my own and I really want to impress with a good dish that everyone would love!

  57. Claudia | The Brick Kitchen says

    Actually, over here in NZ we don’t have Thanksgiving!! So no plans at all – except to try out some of the many gorgeous thanksgiving recipes that have been created on blogs lately, like this one. Your wraps sound awesome – I love all the flavours going on in the chickpeas and sweet potato, and garlic dill hummus sauce?! Must try!! <3

    • Avatar for Dana @ Minimalist BakerDana @ Minimalist Baker says

      Ah, thanks Claudia! I often forget it’s not Thanksgiving for everyone! Still hope you love these wraps!

  58. Debbie says

    This looks good and I’m sure I’ll try it. That said, we’re going a bit more traditional for our Thanksgiving meal. However, last Christmas I made your vegan shepherd’s pie (I included baby bella mushrooms and a splash of balsamic vinegar which were both fantastic additions) and it made for an awesome holiday meal. I paired it with a side dish of brussels sprouts and some cranberry relish. For Christmas I’m leaning toward the shepherd’s pie again.

  59. Sarah | Well and Full says

    SNAP girl this is Thanksgiving in a wrap!! (No rhyme intended haha!!) I’m just blown away by all the flavors you have in here!! :D

  60. Dani Mendocha | Styled Variety says

    These look absolutely delicious! :) Filled with tons of healthy ingredients that I love!


  61. Ana | Espresso My Kitchen says

    I can’t believe is Thanksgiving next week, crazy how time flies!

    These look and sound sooooo yummy!

  62. Kelley says

    This is exactly what I’ve been thinking of, but as a salad! Now I’m thinking about flatbread croutons on the side.

  63. Jennifer says

    Your recipe for garlic herb flatbread is not available on your site right now. Are you having problems? I can’t wait to make this!!

  64. Natasha says

    Looks tasty! I’m never gonna get tired of the chickpea & sweet potato (or pumpkin) combo! <3
    Right there w you on the fake meat thing. We don't celebrate thanksgiving but christmas is around the corner and for me, this is gonna be the first year the meat thing is gonna be an issue! My family always makes something small and fresh for the night of the 24th but that means something heavy and meaty (a.k.a asado) for the 25th… So.. i'm not sure how i'm gonna survive

  65. Kayleigh says

    It’s going to be just me for Thanksgiving, as my partner will be working and eating there. These look so good and easy to make, I’ve decided that this will be my meal. I may add some wild rice.

  66. Dawn @ Florida Coastal Cooking & Wellness says

    This is such a fun way to celebrate Thanksgiving Dana! Sweet potatoes are so representative of the season. I love the spice mixture. Can’t wait to try this.

  67. Janel | Peach and the Cobbler says

    Love alternative Thanksgiving dishes! And that garlic herb flat bread looks – well done, Dana!

  68. Hannah Elizabeth says

    Oh, Dana, I LOVE that garlic hummus sauce!!! Plus, a love affair with sweet potatoes and anything wrap/sandwich-y makes me really, *really*, REALLY want to try this, like yesterday!!! Gosh, I wish I was your neighbor/friend/person-who-gets-all-your-extra/”failed”-food!!

    Thanksgiving will be pizza for our family…unconventional for most people, but a semi-traditional treat for us. Probably a movie on the couch, too, for the ultimate relaxing family bonding time. ?

  69. Emily | Robust Recipes says

    Double Yum! I look forward to turkey every year for Thanksgiving, but I would not be disappointed to eat a few of these instead or in addition to turkey! Beautiful photos, Dana, you’re making me hungry! lol :)

  70. Leah M @ love me, feed me says

    Thanksgiving has already past in Canada, but I think I might just need to make this anyways! So many flavours I love together in a cozy wrap!

  71. Chrissa - Physical Kitchness says

    This is sheer genius! I feel like this is something I would order at an upscale lunch cafe. How impressed would all my Thanksgiving guests be if these were packaged up and begging to be devoured?!

  72. Megin says

    Hi Dana!

    Ok…you asked! Hee…..I hope this isn’t too long winded! It’s going to be a joy packed holiday!

    My husband and I will start our ThanksLiving Day by visiting the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge outside of Sherwood for an early morning walk. While walking through the peaceful refuge enjoying nature and spotting birds and hopefully other critters, we will talk about this past year and what we did and how we can do more and give more next year. In the early afternoon, I’ll get in the kitchen and start the cooking fun! I’m so happy we will be joined by two friends who live alone and would have not made a dinner. The more , the merrier! I’m preparing a VegDucken as the “roast”. I’m so excited to try this beautiful creation of a hollowed out butternut squash, stuffed with a hollowed out eggplant, stuffed with a hollowed out zucchini then stuffed with a “cheesy” mushroom stuffing made from the leftover vegetables scooped out. I think this dish will be a real stunner! My husband requested mashed potatoes with mushroom gravy and I’ll be adding a pretty side salad of grated beets and carrots, apples, roasted walnuts. I’ll either make a pear tart using our local Clear Creek Pear Brandy or a pumpkin pie topped with coconut cream whipped topping for dessert. I might make both! After dinner we’ll enjoy a sniffer to two of Gran Marnier or Armagnac and some good conversation.

    Friday: We won’t be doing any Black Friday shopping or going to the mall or eating in any restaurants. We spend the day quietly and usually in nature. We plan on a long forest walk and I’ll be taking pictures of pretty and interesting beauties growing on the forest floor and later we will be getting together with friends at our favorite beer/wine stop, Uptown Market for a local craft beer and some conversation.

    Saturday: A friend and I will be attending the Vintage Christmas Show at the Monticello Antique Mall which is located on SE Stark. We LOVE this event! It really gets me in the holiday spirit ! And I always get inspired to do some fun Xmas crafts.

    Sunday: My husband and I will be volunteering at the Wildwood Farm Sanctuary in Newberg. I can’t wait to visit with my furry and feathered friends! I’m taking all my fall pumpkins and squashes that I used for Halloween/fall decoration and a big box of apples from my orchard as a treat for them. We’ll be mucking out stalls, laying in new bedding, doing building repairs and general cleaning and I’ll be doing a lot of hugging, cuddling and petting. It’s the perfect way to create and manifest a different meaning for this holiday. Let’s make this holiday about living and loving and celebrating every living creature on earth!

    Be kind and Happy ThanksLiving, Everyone!

  73. Heather says

    i am so with you on fake meat thing, I don’t need a substitute I just want delicious veggies and grains. Last year we made some delicious Wellington inspired puff pastry wrapped veggies with lentils it looked so elegant and tasted delicious. This year I am doing a variety of small dishes. Roasted sprouts, onion and butternut with pomegranate glaze, potato gratin, fiesta corn (peppers, onion, saucy stuff), stuffing and rolls. Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for the wonderful posts.

  74. Emilie @ Emilie Eats says

    Love this different idea for an entree! I haven’t planned our menu yet? We’re having a normal Thanksgiving dinner, then my boyfriend and I are road tripping (for 8 hours) to Dallas for a concert! Yayyyy

  75. Sarah | Broma Bakery says

    Warm and pillowy are some of my favorite food adjectives. You hit the nail on the head with these, Dana!

  76. Tom ~ Raise Your Garden says

    Well, our family plays Rook. It’s the family game and if you don’t play, you’re on the outside looking in. We love Settlers of Catan too and sometimes Ticket to Ride. These wraps look ideal for the day after Thanksgiving when you’re still wanting that sweet potato feeling but am tired of Thanksgiving foods.