Veggie Tortilla Rollups

These easy vegetarian hummus and veggie tortilla rollups are one of my favorite speedy lunches! They’re super portable and great for work or school lunches for both kids and adults.

Cheese and Vegetable Hummus Tortilla Rollups

Let’s lunch it up!

Since many of us are now in the throes of back to school lunch packing, I wanted to offer up a some tasty lunch box inspiration for ya!

This recipe is great for kids and adults alike, so feel free to snag your own serving to pack for work as well!

I’ll even serve these up as a snack when the craving strikes, since on their own these veggie tortilla roll ups have a healthy appetizer vibe to them.

Veggie Tortilla Rollups with Hummus

These healthy hummus roll ups are SO easy to make!

Spread a burrito-sized tortilla with your favorite flavor of hummus (helloooo roasted red pepper!) and top with a sprinkle of grated carrot, grated cheddar cheese, and chopped broccoli.

Start at the edge of the tortilla and roll it, tightly, until you reach the opposite side. The hummus will help it stick! Fasten with a toothpick and chill in the fridge for 5 minutes to set. Cut into 8 pinwheels and serve with all your favorite lunch box fixin’s!

Healthy Veggie Tortilla Rollups with Hummus - Packed Lunch Photo

While I opted for hummus, these tasty tortilla roll ups are also amazing spread with cream cheese in place of the hummus.

Alternating the spread and mixing up the veggies is a great way to keep lunches fresh and interesting throughout the school year!

You could even serve them with ranch dressing or your favorite dip for dunking!

Cheese and Vegetable Hummus Tortilla Rollups

Veggie Tortilla Rollups with Hummus

These easy vegetarian hummus veggie tortilla rollups are one of my favorite speedy lunches! They're super portable and great for work or school lunches for both kids and adults.
4.84 from 6 votes
Course: Main Dish
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Veggie Tortilla Rollups
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Chill Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 1 servings
Author: Jenn Laughlin – Peas and Crayons

Ingredients

  • 1 large burrito-sized flour tortilla
  • 3-4 TBSP hummus (any flavor!)
  • 1-2 carrots
  • 2-4 broccoli florets
  • 1/8-1/4 cup grated sharp cheddar cheese

Instructions

  • First prep your veggies. Finely chop broccoli and peel and grate carrot. Coarsely grate your cheese or choose pre-shredded cheese for a shortcut!
  • Spread a burrito-sized flour tortilla with your favorite flavor of hummus.
  • Top with a heaty sprinkle of grated carrot, grated cheddar cheese, and chopped broccoli.
  • Start at the edge of the tortilla and roll it, tightly, until you reach the opposite side. The hummus will help it stick! Fasten with a toothpick and chill in the fridge for 5 minutes to set. Cut into 8 pinwheels and serve with all your favorite lunch box fixin’s!

Notes

No hummus? No problem! Softened cream cheese also makes an excellent spread for these roll-ups.
Looking for a flavor boost? Try seasoning with your favorite dried herbs! I like adding a  teeny sprinkle dill and garlic powder to mine and. when I have it, some chopped green onion/scallions.
Ranch dressing or your favorite dip can be included in the lunch box for dunking! These roll ups are great ever which way – have fun with it!
Nutrition Facts below are estimated using an online recipe nutrition calculator and will vary based on swaps, toppings, and amounts added. Adjust as needed and enjoy!

Nutrition

Calories: 254kcal, Carbohydrates: 29g, Protein: 11g, Fat: 11g, Saturated Fat: 4g, Cholesterol: 15mg, Sodium: 513mg, Potassium: 413mg, Fiber: 6g, Sugar: 5g, Vitamin A: 10469IU, Vitamin C: 23mg, Calcium: 181mg, Iron: 2mg

If you get a chance to try these hummus and veggie tortilla rollups, let me know!

Leave some love in the comment form below or tag your photos with @peasandcrayons on Instagram so I can happy dance over your creation. I can’t wait to see what you whip up!

looking for more easy lunch box ideas?

For preschoolers and toddlers, check out my round-up of ideas and inspiration here.

Last year I shared a collection of my daughter’s favorite Kindergarten Lunches and I plan on repeating a bunch of these for 1st and 2nd grade as well!

For older kids and adults, one of my all-time favorite lunches to pack are these Chicken Shawarma Quinoa Bowls.

I’m also a huge fan of making Tuna Salad Cucumber Boats which are low-carb and oh so healthy!

Jenn Laughlin Headshot Photo - About the Author
About The Author:

Jenn Laughlin

Jenn Laughlin founded Peas and Crayons in 2009 after graduating with B.S. in Dietetics from Florida State University and working as a Nutrition Educator for WIC. The goal was simple: create and share delicious tested and perfected recipes with vegetables as the star! Peas and Crayons is know for veggie forward recipes that are colorful and crave-able.

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Questions & Reviews

  1. 5 stars
    I made this for my husband and I for dinner tonight. We’re retired and although not in your main demographic, I really enjoy your site. I did spice it up with some ground chipotle better and extra garlic, but even my vegetable-resistant husband really like this. Thank you, Jenn

  2. Awesome! My almost 2 year old is picky, going to try these. Question- how long would these stay refrigerated for? I’m thinking of making one wrap to spread over a couple of days….

    1. Yay! I hope they’re a hit! If you parchment paper wrap or plastic wrap the whole roll and just cut off what you need you may be able to stretch it for a few days. They’ll stay fresh as long as standard leftovers but the tortilla may just dry up a bit extra over time. You could let them reach room temp before serving for a softer tortilla roll. I’ll typically split the roll with my kiddo and just round out my plate with a side salad or a cup of soup.

    1. Hi Julia! I use raw broccoli but lightly blanched works great too! Since it’s cut up so small it has a nice light crunch but sill blends into the hummus nicely.

  3. Have you tried pulsing the broccoli in the Cuisinart? Or is that overkill?
    I saw a short cut tip on something similar that says use a 12-ounce bag of broccoli flowers, cauliflower florets, and baby carrots

    1. You totally can – especially if you’re making a few roll-ups! I’ve used the processor to make broccoli rice and cauliflower rice before and will usually work in a few batches depending on how many veggies I have to rice/chop!