Fruit and Yogurt Cinnamon Wrap
When you are looking for a quick 10 minute, easy breakfast this Fruit and Yogurt Cinnamon Wrap will hit the spot! Lite and airy, only 200 calories, vegan, and gluten free.
- Heat a large saute pan to medium heat.
- Melt the vegan butter in the pan, coating the pan in the buttery spread.
- Place the wrap into the pan with the melted vegan butter. Flip the wrap in the pan 2-3 times to coat both sides of the wrap in the melted butter.
- After the wrap has a lite layer of buttery spread on both sides, allow the wrap to cook on one side for about 2-3 minutes. While the wrap is cooking sprinkle the top of the wrap with your ground cinnamon.
- After 2-3 minutes the wrap will begin to bubble up and start to brown. Flip the wrap to the other side and cook for an additional 2-3 minutes.
- Remove the wrap from the pan. Then spread a light layer of soy yogurt down the center of the wrap.
- Top the yogurt with your sliced banana, blackberries, and raspberries.
- Roll your wrap, then top with another dollup of soy yogurt, a few more berries, and a dash of cinnamon.
- Serve and Enjoy!
Do you count your macros or calories? Check out my notes on how you can incorporate this fruit and yogurt cinnamon wrap into your meal plan this week. In addition, easily adjust protein, carbs, and fats to meet your macro requirements.
NOTES FOR COUNTING MACROS:
- The protein can be adjusted based on the amount and type of yogurt you choose to use.
- With this recipe I decided to use a vegan yogurt alternative. But you can choose to use any yogurt your heart desires: soy yogurt, coconut milk yogurt, regular yogurt, or greek yogurt.
Remember, not all yogurts are created equal. Some will have more sugars, carbs, and fats than others. So be sure to check the label when counting macros, to ensure you do not go over or under in your other macro needs.
- The carbohydrate in this recipe comes from a few different items: The wrap, the yogurt, and the fruit. The wrap that I used is one of my favorites, Kaliwonder slim wrap. I chose this wrap because it is vegan, gluten free, and only has 7 net carbs.
- If you are looking to increase the carbs in this recipe, the easiest way to do so, would be to trade out the wrap for one with higher carbs. You can find wraps with as few as 7 carbs like this Kaliwonder slim wrap, or have as many as 35 carbs. However you may be sacrificing for a non vegan wrap, or wrap that contains gluten.
- You can also increase the carbs in this wrap by increasing the fruit. Doubling the amount of banana in this recipe will increase your net carbs by 8.
- More than half of fats in this fruit and yogurt cinnamon wrap comes from the buttery spread. You could choose to decrease the amount of fat by switching from a butter to a fat free non-stick spy, reducing the fat in this recipe to only 3 grams.
- You could also increase the fat my choosing a higher fat yogurt.
- This silk, vanilla yogurt alternative has 2.6 grams of fat per every 4 ounces.
- While a 5% fat greek yogurt has 5 grams of fat per every 4 ounces.
This allows you to adjust the fat content to have as little or as much fat as you want.
When making adjustments to the macros you will want to keep in mind the number of servings you are making.
Looking for another delish, quick and easy breakfast options?
Try my: Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats.