Roll-up, guacamole, mixed veggies

Anyone ever tried paleo coconut wraps? These are on the expensive side, but when you add cheese and ham, then crisp the ends in the oven, it’s makes a great roll-up:) Made just out of coconut, it’s a way to keep your heated food together, AND it’s yummy in my opinion. It’s hard to expect much from only coconut, but the fact that this company made yummy, roll-up options that are grain-free, that’s pretty awesome! Plus, it stays together, so you can scoop up salsa with it…. NORMAL!!

Speaking of which, for this guacamole, I went the simple way. First, I cut up the avocado. Then, I mixed it in with pico de gallo from PCC, hot sauce, and olive oil. Simple, almost as simple as pulling a ready-to-go wrap out of the pantry! Still getting used to that thought… Not to mention this uses up left-over ham, and is delicious when baked with cheese:) How many wins are we at so far? Keep in mind to spread your cheese out on the wrap flat first, then layer on the ham. After the ends of the wrap start to crisp (just a couple minutes), then roll it up, and let cook for a minute or two more. Now, it’s not JUST ham and cheese that can go in this roll-up, and I promise I will post if I come up with a new combination:) Maybe grilled chicken slices… As for the cheese/ham roll-ups I have perfected so far, this cheese is sooooo good on the roll-ups! Just make sure to slice it, the cheese comes in a giant cube!

Finally, just like most of the meals I put together contain, cooked veggies! This time, the caramelized onions and green beans were done on the stove-top, along with some salt and olive oil. The orange peppers were sliced, drizzled with olive oil, and put in the oven. As simple as that:)

I hope you enjoy this meal… Just remember it can be done in under 10 minutes if you leave out roasting the veggies. Speaking of which, make it 11 minutes if you want to have a second roll-up cold for the next day. No joke, these are delish straight out of the fridge! I know you will enjoy;)

 

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