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This vegan lettuce wrap recipe is so delicious. I love spicy bean recipes. Keep scrolling or this Buffalo Wing Style Bean Wraps Recipe.
Before I became plant based/vegan buffalo wings were my weakness! When I was pregnant with my son (now 7) I craved chicken wings every day! Check out this spicy bean recipe.
I love a good smokey spicy-sweet flavor. Making lettuce/cabbage wraps Is so much healthier than sandwiches. That’s why I love this vegan buffalo style lettuce wrap recipe.
Two slices of bread take up like 200 calories. That’s why I prefer trading bread for lettuce. Like this vegan lettuce wrap recipe is so amazing.
White beans are also known as navy beans. They contain only 90 calories per serving. Other beans contain up to 150 calories per serving. Perfect for this Buffalo Wing Style Bean Wraps Recipe.
Navy beans are also known as haricot, pearl haricot bean, boston bean, white pea bean, or pea bean. The name navy bean is an American term. You will love this spicy bean recipe. Beans are a plant based ingredient.
The water in the can of beans works perfectly to make a spicy thick sauce for your spicy bean recipe.
I found out afterwards that the prepacked McCormicks Buffalo Wings Seasoning contains honey. It took me a bit of research before I found a blend that doesn’t contain honey or milk.
However Lawry’s Spicy Buffalo seasoning mix seems to be vegan safe. Personally I’m not trippin over a tiny bit of honey in this seasoning but to each their own. I respect all opinions on the subject of honey.
This vegan recipe is also pegan. The pegan diet was created by Dr. Mark Hyman. This diet is a combination of paleo and vegan therefore it emphasizes eating a lot of vegetables and some meat.
This healthy lettuce wrap recipe is plant based, gluten free, and vegan
In a medium frying pan toss in your onions and garlic. Use some of the bean water instead of oil for cooking.
I love adding a few slices of avocado to each wrap! 2 tbsp. of avocado is 50 calories
Once they are browned, add the remaining contents of the can of beans. (All beans and all bean water)
Immediately add your spice mix. Stir until thoroughly combined. Allow to simmer for up to 10 minutes to thicken the sauce.
Scoop into 3 or 4 cabbage or lettuce leafs.
You can always make your own buffalo seasoning at home. Here are some seasoning recipes if you’re interested in doing that instead.
You can easily replace the beans in this recipe with a container of tofu! The tofu water works just as the bean water does to make a sauce.