Avocado Hummus Wraps

Avocado Hummus Wraps: super fresh avocado and hummus on a bed of crispy lettuce come together for a quick picnic-ready wrap! #EasyDinner

Avocado Hummus Wraps: super fresh avocado and hummus on a bed of crispy lettuce come together for a quick picnic-ready wrap!

Did someone say avocado? Better yet, did someone say avocado hummus wraps?

Oh right, that was me.

It’s kinda cool how having a blog justifies talking to oneself. Right? Riiiiiight? Oh, right, no one’s here to answer me. *Narrows eyes. (Again, at no one.)

Moving on! Avocado and hummus are two of my favorite things to eat. When I met Erik, he was allergic to avocado. Thankfully, that is no longer the case. However, he was already in love with hummus. So half of my work was already done. (I know you’re still wondering about that alleged allergy. Me too. Who knows? It’s all gone now. And that’s all that really matters.)

Well, a little time and some much needed wisdom-getting via my dogged efforts to whip up scintillating avocado recipes later, he loves it. And that’s not just because I made him. Ahem.

Now, enter the picnic-friendly avocado hummus wraps. These wraps include a generous serving of heart-healthy avocado, big scoops of rich hummus, juicy slices of tomatoes, crispy lettuce and magical dashes of spices.

Avocado Hummus Wraps: super fresh avocado and hummus on a bed of crispy lettuce come together for a quick picnic-ready wrap!

What more do you really need in life?

  • A comfortable-yet-sexy pair of shoes.
  • A dog who wants to cuddle, but also gives you space after he toots. (No, I’m not talking about Erik. Ahem.)
  • A tree in your backyard that not only grows perfectly plump lemons, but also money.
  • TWO KitchenAid mixers… one for emergency purposes, of course.

Hmm… well, I guess there really are all kinds of other “basic” life necessities ;). But these avocado hummus wraps, they’ll make you forget about all of those things. At least for a moment. Also, so will these Hasselback Sweet Potatoes from A Mind “Full” Mom! They’d totally be a yummy side for these wraps, right? Then, drizzle in a bit of this Ranch Dressing Recipe from Wholesome Yum! Just be sure to use vegan mayonnaise and vegan sour cream to keep it vegan! 🙂

And that’s all we can ever ask for: the small pleasures in life. Like being able to talk to oneself. Via the Internet. Now go forth, avocado hummus wrap in hand, heart on your sleeve. Hopefully mumbling to yourself like I am.

Don’t forget to let me know what you think. It really does get lonely here. And cold. You know… this is a computer I’m talking to.

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Avocado Hummus Wraps

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Super fresh avocado and hummus on a bed of crispy lettuce come together for a quick picnic-ready wrap!


  • 2 lavash wraps
  • ½ cup of your favorite hummus
  • Ground black pepper, to taste
  • Salt, to taste
  • Ground paprika, to taste
  • 4 pre-washed lettuce leaves
  • 2 medium-sized tomatoes, sliced
  • 1/8 to ¼ cup minced garlic (to taste)
  • 2 medium-sized avocados, sliced


  1. Setup a large, clean work area. Lay two lavash wraps flat on your work area. Using a medium-sized knife, cut each lavash piece in half.
  2. Using a spoon, spread hummus across your four pieces of lavash. Sprinkle black pepper, salt and paprika over the hummus layer to taste.
  3. Pat your lettuce leaves down with a towel to dry them. Lay one lettuce leaf over each of the lavash pieces. Take your tomato slices and layer generously over the lettuce.
  4. Sprinkle minced garlic over the tomato slices, making sure to leave out the extra juices (juices will make the wrap soggy). Place your avocado slices evenly across the minced garlic.
  5. Fold the wrap in half to close. Serve immediately!


Best served and eaten immediately. You can also wrap these wraps (heh heh) tightly in wax paper and string, and bring them to a picnic. Just squeeze a little lemon juice over the avocado to keep it pretty!

  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Cook Time: 10 mins
  • Category: sandwiches & wraps
  • Cuisine: vegetarian

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  1. Hi there, it’s me again… Casually stalking your blog. You know, every time I was dissatisfied with my photo’s I thought “they will get better in time.” and now here I am checking to see when you started your blog and it’s only a few weeks before me! My god you are a natural. How come you are so good at taking those beautiful photos? Can I ask you that. One blogger to another, spill your secrets. I promise I won’t tell anyone.
    (And about that Erik being allergic to avocado: Gijs actually said he disliked a lot of food until I sort of sneaked them into his meals and then confronted him about it. Now he eats pretty much anything, ha! It’s like they are little kids)

    1. LOL. You crack me up, Viv! 😉 First of all, it WILL get better! And your pics are pretty awesome as is. 🙂 As for my “secret:” The thing about my blog is that I actually wanted to start it about a year and a half ago. I was just too scared, too nervous and all kinds of things about putting something that was so important to me out there. So, for like a year and a half (maybe two years), I just baked and took pictures on my iPad or iPhone and shared with my family. For sure, the iPhone wasn’t anything like using a fancy camera, but I got some good practice in taking pictures. Anyway, since I started my blog a few weeks ago, I started using this awesome camera that my brother-in-law gave to me and just learning, more learning and practicing.

      I submitted a couple pics to food submission sites about a month ago. They got rejected, of course. That really pushed me to learn the technical aspect of photography. I’m still a newer than new newbie, but learning from those tutorials really helped.

      Anyway, I feel you girl! I am definitely no expert in this photography business. All I can say is, remember that the best photos come from your heart. And a little studying and a lot of practice equals improvement. Here’s to us learning and getting better at all the blogging things together! 🙂

      Big hugs to you, Viv. xoxo

      p.s. yes, men are like children. Hahaha. Great job teaching a lesson to Gijs! 🙂 He’s super lucky to be eating your food!

      1. Aww, thank you! I sure hope so – I’ve been eyeing new cameras but I really should practice indeed.
        How good of you to start this blog then! I sort of had the same feeling, you wonder if anyone would care about what you have to say. But in the end it’s about what makes you happy of course, and I’ve been really enjoying your blogs so far! I think it’s great you started this, you write in such a relatable and funny way.

        Ohh yeah those websites – I check them so often, I really hope one day they’ll feature one of your recipes! I’ll be sure to look for tutorials too, it just adds a certain wow-factor to the posts.

        Yes! Who knows how far our blogs will have grown in a years time 😀

        Really nice to get to know you Demeter! Big hugs to you too. xx Vivian

      2. Yeah, better to practice with something cheaper first. I had a grand time practicing with my ipad and iphone until moving up (not that those are cheap, but at least they did many other things besides taking photos). Lol.
        So true! You’re worried about putting your feelings and all the things you created out there. It’s a very vulnerable place to be. But yes, it’s so important to do it for yourself, and try your best not to worry about what other people think. 🙂 Thank you for reading and sticking with me all this way! You’ve definitely encouraged me to keep going… if you don’t have your blogging friends to lean on, what do you have? I’m really enjoying your website as well! I’m still astounded that you made so many variations of the same cupcake in the first post of yours that I read. I’ll never forget that post. 🙂 Your posts are very approachable and friendly–exactly what I want to read in a blog. 🙂
        Thanks so much Vivian! Tutorials really are the best. It’s just amazing that we live in a day and age when so much information and knowledge is free.
        Looking forward to celebrating our blogivesaries together. 🙂
        Can’t wait to learn more about you. <3 xoxo demeter