One thing that really adds flavor, moisture, and nutrition to a wrap is hummus. And when you make it at home, it saves a lot of money and lets you easily add whichever flavors you like best. My favorite things to add to hummus are salsa or roasted red peppers.
The one thing missing from my hummus recipe is tahini. Tahini is what makes hummus authentic, but I have to admit - I didn't buy it because it was a pricey item, and because I really do like it without the tahini.
I rate the homemade hummus a 5 Spoons, but Bo barely tasted it. Evidently, he's not a fan, lol.
1 can garbanzo beans (aka chickpeas)
1 Tbsp. olive oil
2 Tbsp. lemon juice
1-3 cloves garlic
3/4 tsp kosher salt, or to taste
1/8 tsp. cumin, or to taste
Drain half the liquid from the can of garbanzo beans. Dump remaining liquid and the beans into a food processor. Add remaining ingredients and blend until smooth. Add additional ingredients for flavors, if desired.
Throw it all in the food processor and let it go:
Ideas for flavor mix-ins:
Chili paste + soy sauce, or salsa, or ranch dressing mix,
or roasted red peppers, or...
On crackers with cucumbers and mushrooms, mmmmm!