Spicy Mushroom Burritos

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These juicy burritos pack a flavorful punch that makes eating veggies anything but boring. Once you form your wraps, dip them into the delicious low-fat bell pepper dipping sauce (recipe included) for that perfect bite.


Burrito Wraps
  • 5 Collard greens (de-stemmed)
    Mixed veggies of your choice
Spicy Mushroom Filling
  • 3.2 oz mushrooms
    ¼ lemon
    few thyme springs (de-stemmed)
    1-2 tsp raw coconut aminos
    1-2 garlic cloves
    chopped green onion
    handful of raisins
    dash red chili flakes
Dipping Sauce
  • 1 Red bell pepper
    1-2 medium carrots
    ¼ red onion
    ⅔ cup sun dried tomatoes
    2-4 tbsp nutritional yeast
    ¼-1/2 cup water
    2 medjool dates


1. First, prepare the spicy mushroom. Chop up mushrooms and marinate in the remaining ingredients, stirring occasionally while you prep your other veggies.

2. Blend all sauce ingredients.

3. Shred, julienne and/or chop your favorite veggies (I used carrots, red onion, broccoli sprouts, red bell peppers, cabbage).

4. To make burritos, lay collard green flat and line up veggie fillings and top with spicy mushroom mixture. Roll up as you would a normal burrito, dip in sauce and enjoy!!!

Amanda LeAbout Amanda Le

Amanda, better known as Raw Manda, is a colorful raw foodist thriving on an abundant life full of vibrant fruits and veggies. Her philosophy on health is simple: feel your best by eating fresh, natural, living, unprocessed foods.
Amanda was deeply moved by documentaries exposing the truths about the food industry and became vegan overnight. She decided to create an Instagram account (@raw_manda) to hold herself accountable for the meals she was eating. While documenting her journey there, she was inspiring others to incorporate more raw foods into their diets with her surprisingly simple rawvegan recipes.
This new lifestyle taught Amanda to intuitively listen to her body for cues on what to eat, how much to eat (think abundance!) and when to eat. Her diet consists primarily of nutrient dense fruits, vegetables and a small amount of healthy fats. Find more of Amanda's recipes at www.RawManda.com

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