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Sprouted Mung Bean Hummus Wrap

Benefits of sprouting according to Dr. Axe:

  • Increases Nutrient absorption, vitamins b12, Magnesium and zinc

  • Sprouting unlocks beneficial enzymes that allows grains, beans, seeds and nuts to be easier to digest.

  • Sprouting or fermenting nuts drastically cuts down on the levels of natural carcinogens found in them.

  • Increases protein availability. Proteins in the form of amino acids become more concentrated and are absorbed better when seeds are sprouted.

  • Increases fiber content and this is just a few things that sprouting may help with!

Mung Beans are packed with vitamins and minerals such as manganese, potassium, magnesium, folate, copper, zinc and b vitamins. They are also high in fiber and protein!

Mung Bean Ingredients:

1 cup sprouted mung beans

3 medium garlic cloves

3 tbsp tahini paste

1/4 cup olive oil

3 tbsp water Juice of half a lemon

Dash of salt to taste*

Veggies: (feel free to substitute veggies)

Bell Pepper


Red Cabbage


Shredded Carrots

Other Ingredients:

Sprouted Corn or Whole Wheat Tortillas

Olive Oil

Balsamic or Red Wine Vinegar

Braggs Amino Acids

Brewer's or Nutritional Yeast

Instructions: 1. Put all mung bean ingredients in a blender and pulse to desired consistency.

2. Heat tortilla on comal (skillet or hot plate) spread on the hummus, pile on veggies and drizzle on condiments.

3. Enjoy!

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