Raw Wraps Review + GIVEAWAY!

When I discovered these wraps with their ridiculously clean ingredient list I was pretty excited to try them. What is in them is great, but what’s not in them is pretty awesome too. They are soy, gluten, dairy, corn, nut, GMO, and wheat free! You know how much I love things that are free of a lots of other things (remember these?).

Keep reading to find out more about these wraps with their impressive ingredient list and great taste, and soon you’ll be just as excited as me. Oh, and you can enter to win some in my awesome GIVEAWAY!

These clean green tortilla-replacers surprised my in many ways…

The taste: They are veggie wraps, but the first ingredient is actually fruit. Apple to be exact. They don’t taste appley, but they definitely have a sweetness to them, especially before you add fillings. The veggie flavor comes through too though. Nice and balanced.

The texture: The texture surprised me the most. They are so soft and flexible! You can roll them or fold them or burrito them or anything with no cracking or splitting. The most delicate part is the edge since they are so thin, so be careful to avoid mini tears.

The size (9.5 inches): I don’t know why, but I didn’t expect them to be so roomy. I’m glad they are though, because bigger wrap = more fillings!

Preservative free: I didn’t even include this in the list of frees, but its true. And they don’t even have to be kept in the fridge or freezer. That’s the magic of dehydration for ya’.

Spinach vs Kale: I had a feeling I would prefer the Kale variety, and I was right. Why? Because there is no onion on the ingredient list for the Kale wraps. It’s a very subtle difference, but if I have to choose it’d be kale. They are a little sweeter, a little simpler. That’s just me though, I think it’s a matter of personal tastes.

Nutrition Stats

  • 70 calories
  • 0 fat
  • 20mg sodium
  • 4g fiber
  • 7g sugar
  • 2g protein
  • A good dose of vitamins A, K, C, and potassium too!

You can read more about the ingredients used here.

And check out my fun video starring Raw Wraps!

Honestly, these wraps are softer than any gluten-free tortilla I’ve tried. Not to mention much more nutritent-filled. They remind me of my homemade Dehydrator Spinach Wraps. And although I hate to admit it, I think Raw Wraps are probably better!

All in all they are simple, healthy, tasty, and really versatile. I’m just imagining the wrappabilities! It’d be great if they were certified organic, but hey I’m not perfect about the organic thing either.

If you need these veggie wraps pronto, then you can order them from their website. They aren’t in many stores yet, but they do ship to the US and international.

And be sure to enter my GIVEAWAY below!


After all this wrap-talk I know you want to try them, so be sure to enter this awesome giveaway! Prize – one pack of Kale Wraps AND one pack of Spinach Wraps to 2 winners!

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59 thoughts on “Raw Wraps Review + GIVEAWAY!

  1. Wow, normally I don’t think raw wraps look very appealing – they come across as dry or splintery as you say. But these look gorgeous! I’m happy with regular whole-wheat wraps but I’d really want to try these out of curiosity! A falafel wrap to start of with methinks:D


    1. We think alike, because one of the first things I made was a falafel wrap too! And it was quite lovely 🙂 And yes the texture is surprisingly soft for raw wraps!


  2. I would most likely make a wrap with hummus, tomato, spinach, dehydrated mushroom "bacon" or what that girl said down there about sushi wrap! That is an awesome idea.


  3. I’ve been craving burritos for months, but have yet to indulge. I would love to try these yummy raw wraps out with some rice, beans, salsa, and fresh guacamole! Yum!!


    1. Burrito is definitely on my list to try with them too! I would have already, but I don’t have any beans in my cabinet right now, so I’ll have to make a grocery store run before I can make that happen 😉


    1. Yes non-bread breads are awesome! I was pretty excited when I found these, and yes I think they are begging for some hummus 🙂


  4. I’m excited to try the spinach and kale wraps. I miss tortillas since going vegan. There are some vegan tortilla options, but I have generally avoided them because I just don’t seem to digest them very well. I have also failed to grasp the art of lettuce wrapping. These wraps should be a real treat! I would probably include something simple like tomato and mango.ka


  5. These wraps look amazing!I’d love to make some nori-less raw sushi. Fill them with cauliflower rice, cucumber, carrots, and avocado.A burrito would also be awesome- with guacamole, salsa, and veggies.


    1. I’m a huge sushi fan so that sounds pretty fantastic to me, but there’s five wraps to a pack, so that’s enough to try both 🙂


    1. I can say from experience that they are pretty awesome with falafel! I made homemade falafel for the first time, wrapped it up with some lettuce + avocado dressing and it was very yummy!


  6. I’m really into southwestern flavors right now so I would wrap up an avocado, some fresh jalapeno and carrots, raw onion, a sprinkle of cilantro and some baked tempeh.


  7. Awesome!!! I would love love LOVE to try these out for myself! I have been looking for a wrap like this for awhile when I go to the grocery store. They need to make these much more common. 🙂 I would love to wrap up some roasted eggplant with tomato sauce, basil, and pureed cauliflower. That sounds like a delightful dinner combination to me!


    1. Hopefully they’ll make their way into stores soon. That sounds like an awesome dinner! Anything with pureed cauliflower and I’m game 😉


    1. They are only in a few stores in the southeast US right now. Best of luck in the giveaway, but you can order them online too 🙂


  8. Absolutely obsessed with this idea and hello fellow floridian!! Let’s see first wrap, probably peanut butter and shredded carrots!


    1. Yay! I’m always happy to find other east-coasters since sometimes it seems like everyone is over on the other side of the country 🙂 This company happens to be located in FL too!The PB + carrots is a neat idea, and one that I never would have thought of!


  9. I would wrap up black beans, red pepper, red onion, romaine lettuce, avocado, jalapeno, tomato, hymalayian pink salt, black pepper and crush red peppers! Sending lots of love and light your way, best wishes!


  10. I would use all the greens and veggies I could fit in there, and maybe some hummus. Thanks for enlightening us about these wraps. 🙂


    1. That’s one of my favorite uses too, and I’m amazed just how many do fit in there! I love sharing awesome new products like this with you 🙂


  11. I would make a beautiful violet beet sauce to add some moisture then take some of my favorite veggies and stuff in there, then top it of with some chilli pepper and nutritional yeast!!!Thank you so much for sharing this,its really cool!


    1. Anytime you want to make that beet sauce for me feel free, because that sounds gorgeous! I’m glad you’re excited about the wraps too, I love sharing vegan/raw product finds!


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