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17 Ways to Eat S’mores For Every Meal

17 Ways to Eat S’mores For Every Meal

The warm weather and long nights bring some of the best foods all year.

One of the best parts of summer is the never ending fresh fruits and vegetables that are finally in season instead of from the frozen food aisle. As much as we all love the fresh food in the summer, we can’t deny that the best part of summer are the desserts. Popsicles, ice cream, parfaits, and our favorite, s’mores. We scoured the web for the best s’mores recipes out there to get you started on the right foot and to optimize your s’more exposure at this kick off of summer.

We all know that you can get some kicka** sandwiches at Rebecca’s if you’re in Boston, but now you can change up your routine savory paninis and indulge in this crunchy sandwich.

This dip removes the mess factor a (little) bit from your classic s’mores. Bonus — this one is super easy to make in your dorm if you don’t have a kitchen.

Don’t limit yourself to chocolate chip cookies with this one. You could use peanut butter cookies, mocha chocolate chip cookies, or classic sugar cookies. Really, any cookie works in this case.

You’ll never go back to eating regular Rice Krispie treats after trying this recipe.

5. Cake Mug

Perfect for when you want a taste of dessert without having to commit to a full cake.

6. French Toast

Dessert for breakfast? Count me in.

These bite-size truffles makes it too easy to justify more than one.

Because sometimes one (or two or three) s’mores isn’t enough and you just need to eat the marshmallow goodness from the spoon, parfait style.

9. Shots

One of the few shots you will actually enjoy doing. And how many other times can you eat the glass?

No need for coffee with no more 8 ams, so why not indulge first thing in the morning with a s’mores latte?

Potentially better than your favorite chicken finger sub.

12. Burrito

When your favorite Mexican food meets your favorite dessert, life is good.

Why not wash down your s’mores with s’more s’mores? This milkshake is calling your name.

This s’mores twist on your classic bark recipe is enhanced with graham crackers melted into the chocolate before it is cooled.

As if cupcakes weren’t good enough already, the added booze and s’mores surprise make these a great dessert for any occasion.

Alternative option: use graham crackers instead of pizza crust to get the full s’more effect for your dessert pizza.

17. Ice Cream

You might be lucky enough to find this at your local ice cream shop, or make it yourself by starting with chocolate ice cream and simply adding mini marshmallows, crushed up graham crackers, and chocolate chips.

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This article was originally published on May 1, 2016 by Monica Zunick and Nicole Lacasse at Northeastern


18 Ways to Eat a Wrap for Every Meal

What is it about food wrapped in other food that is so delicious? Maybe it's because you can stuff so much flavor into one bite. Or maybe it's because wraps are so easy to pick up and eat. Or maybe it's the infinite flavor possibilities. Whatever the reason, wraps are good, and you have every reason to be obsessed with them!

These 18 diverse and delicious wrap recipes are sure to fulfill all your wrapping needs, whether it's for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even just a snack.

If you want your homemade PF Chang's knock-off wraps to be vegetarian, you are totally covered with this recipe. (Plus, it's carb-free!)

These pretty wraps have a fabulous Sriracha mayonnaise that will change. your. life.

Anything with breaded chicken is bound to be good. These Malibu melt wraps are no exception, especially with avocado and honey mustard thrown into the mix.

Looking for an actually good vegetarian wrap for lunch? Look no further. These wraps are filled with the delicious flavors of provolone cheese and roasted red pepper hummus, and are sure to make your lunch the envy of the entire office.

If you're looking for a wrap with a little more meat on its bones, this roast beef wrap with dill slaw is just what you need.

So simple and easy to throw together, yet so good.

This wrap is perfect for when you're feeling all fancy-like and makes for a truly filling dinner.

Turning a BLT into a wrap is probably about the only thing you can do to make a BLT even better.

Another simple wrap with just a few ingredients, but ingredients that pair beautifully for maximum texture and flavor.

Trying to eat fewer carbs? Try these lettuce wraps!

This recipe is perfect for when you need a mall Chinese fix but would rather just stay home in your PJs watching Scandal with a glass of wine.

The Thai flavors in these lettuce wraps is a nice twist, and you'll love the sweet potatoes.

Another great vegetarian lettuce wrap option, this recipe uses raw walnut taco "meat," which is both healthy and delicious, and beautiful Swiss chard for the wrap.

This lettuce wrap has some Greek flavor to mix things up.

These would be great with just the carnitas, but throw in some cherry-peach salsa and pure perfection.

Breakfast on the go has never been this delicious!

Your frittata wants to be in a wrap. Trust me.

This breakfast wrap has a nice kick for when you need to get going in the morning.

Getting in your greens first thing in the morning never tasted so good.

Come on, you know you want pulled pork for breakfast. You also know you want it with tons of cheese. Throw it in a wrap and you're good to go!

Jane Maynard is a food blogger at This Week for Dinner and Babble, a writer and designer, and a lover of all things chocolate.


18 Ways to Eat a Wrap for Every Meal

What is it about food wrapped in other food that is so delicious? Maybe it's because you can stuff so much flavor into one bite. Or maybe it's because wraps are so easy to pick up and eat. Or maybe it's the infinite flavor possibilities. Whatever the reason, wraps are good, and you have every reason to be obsessed with them!

These 18 diverse and delicious wrap recipes are sure to fulfill all your wrapping needs, whether it's for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even just a snack.

If you want your homemade PF Chang's knock-off wraps to be vegetarian, you are totally covered with this recipe. (Plus, it's carb-free!)

These pretty wraps have a fabulous Sriracha mayonnaise that will change. your. life.

Anything with breaded chicken is bound to be good. These Malibu melt wraps are no exception, especially with avocado and honey mustard thrown into the mix.

Looking for an actually good vegetarian wrap for lunch? Look no further. These wraps are filled with the delicious flavors of provolone cheese and roasted red pepper hummus, and are sure to make your lunch the envy of the entire office.

If you're looking for a wrap with a little more meat on its bones, this roast beef wrap with dill slaw is just what you need.

So simple and easy to throw together, yet so good.

This wrap is perfect for when you're feeling all fancy-like and makes for a truly filling dinner.

Turning a BLT into a wrap is probably about the only thing you can do to make a BLT even better.

Another simple wrap with just a few ingredients, but ingredients that pair beautifully for maximum texture and flavor.

Trying to eat fewer carbs? Try these lettuce wraps!

This recipe is perfect for when you need a mall Chinese fix but would rather just stay home in your PJs watching Scandal with a glass of wine.

The Thai flavors in these lettuce wraps is a nice twist, and you'll love the sweet potatoes.

Another great vegetarian lettuce wrap option, this recipe uses raw walnut taco "meat," which is both healthy and delicious, and beautiful Swiss chard for the wrap.

This lettuce wrap has some Greek flavor to mix things up.

These would be great with just the carnitas, but throw in some cherry-peach salsa and pure perfection.

Breakfast on the go has never been this delicious!

Your frittata wants to be in a wrap. Trust me.

This breakfast wrap has a nice kick for when you need to get going in the morning.

Getting in your greens first thing in the morning never tasted so good.

Come on, you know you want pulled pork for breakfast. You also know you want it with tons of cheese. Throw it in a wrap and you're good to go!

Jane Maynard is a food blogger at This Week for Dinner and Babble, a writer and designer, and a lover of all things chocolate.


18 Ways to Eat a Wrap for Every Meal

What is it about food wrapped in other food that is so delicious? Maybe it's because you can stuff so much flavor into one bite. Or maybe it's because wraps are so easy to pick up and eat. Or maybe it's the infinite flavor possibilities. Whatever the reason, wraps are good, and you have every reason to be obsessed with them!

These 18 diverse and delicious wrap recipes are sure to fulfill all your wrapping needs, whether it's for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even just a snack.

If you want your homemade PF Chang's knock-off wraps to be vegetarian, you are totally covered with this recipe. (Plus, it's carb-free!)

These pretty wraps have a fabulous Sriracha mayonnaise that will change. your. life.

Anything with breaded chicken is bound to be good. These Malibu melt wraps are no exception, especially with avocado and honey mustard thrown into the mix.

Looking for an actually good vegetarian wrap for lunch? Look no further. These wraps are filled with the delicious flavors of provolone cheese and roasted red pepper hummus, and are sure to make your lunch the envy of the entire office.

If you're looking for a wrap with a little more meat on its bones, this roast beef wrap with dill slaw is just what you need.

So simple and easy to throw together, yet so good.

This wrap is perfect for when you're feeling all fancy-like and makes for a truly filling dinner.

Turning a BLT into a wrap is probably about the only thing you can do to make a BLT even better.

Another simple wrap with just a few ingredients, but ingredients that pair beautifully for maximum texture and flavor.

Trying to eat fewer carbs? Try these lettuce wraps!

This recipe is perfect for when you need a mall Chinese fix but would rather just stay home in your PJs watching Scandal with a glass of wine.

The Thai flavors in these lettuce wraps is a nice twist, and you'll love the sweet potatoes.

Another great vegetarian lettuce wrap option, this recipe uses raw walnut taco "meat," which is both healthy and delicious, and beautiful Swiss chard for the wrap.

This lettuce wrap has some Greek flavor to mix things up.

These would be great with just the carnitas, but throw in some cherry-peach salsa and pure perfection.

Breakfast on the go has never been this delicious!

Your frittata wants to be in a wrap. Trust me.

This breakfast wrap has a nice kick for when you need to get going in the morning.

Getting in your greens first thing in the morning never tasted so good.

Come on, you know you want pulled pork for breakfast. You also know you want it with tons of cheese. Throw it in a wrap and you're good to go!

Jane Maynard is a food blogger at This Week for Dinner and Babble, a writer and designer, and a lover of all things chocolate.


18 Ways to Eat a Wrap for Every Meal

What is it about food wrapped in other food that is so delicious? Maybe it's because you can stuff so much flavor into one bite. Or maybe it's because wraps are so easy to pick up and eat. Or maybe it's the infinite flavor possibilities. Whatever the reason, wraps are good, and you have every reason to be obsessed with them!

These 18 diverse and delicious wrap recipes are sure to fulfill all your wrapping needs, whether it's for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even just a snack.

If you want your homemade PF Chang's knock-off wraps to be vegetarian, you are totally covered with this recipe. (Plus, it's carb-free!)

These pretty wraps have a fabulous Sriracha mayonnaise that will change. your. life.

Anything with breaded chicken is bound to be good. These Malibu melt wraps are no exception, especially with avocado and honey mustard thrown into the mix.

Looking for an actually good vegetarian wrap for lunch? Look no further. These wraps are filled with the delicious flavors of provolone cheese and roasted red pepper hummus, and are sure to make your lunch the envy of the entire office.

If you're looking for a wrap with a little more meat on its bones, this roast beef wrap with dill slaw is just what you need.

So simple and easy to throw together, yet so good.

This wrap is perfect for when you're feeling all fancy-like and makes for a truly filling dinner.

Turning a BLT into a wrap is probably about the only thing you can do to make a BLT even better.

Another simple wrap with just a few ingredients, but ingredients that pair beautifully for maximum texture and flavor.

Trying to eat fewer carbs? Try these lettuce wraps!

This recipe is perfect for when you need a mall Chinese fix but would rather just stay home in your PJs watching Scandal with a glass of wine.

The Thai flavors in these lettuce wraps is a nice twist, and you'll love the sweet potatoes.

Another great vegetarian lettuce wrap option, this recipe uses raw walnut taco "meat," which is both healthy and delicious, and beautiful Swiss chard for the wrap.

This lettuce wrap has some Greek flavor to mix things up.

These would be great with just the carnitas, but throw in some cherry-peach salsa and pure perfection.

Breakfast on the go has never been this delicious!

Your frittata wants to be in a wrap. Trust me.

This breakfast wrap has a nice kick for when you need to get going in the morning.

Getting in your greens first thing in the morning never tasted so good.

Come on, you know you want pulled pork for breakfast. You also know you want it with tons of cheese. Throw it in a wrap and you're good to go!

Jane Maynard is a food blogger at This Week for Dinner and Babble, a writer and designer, and a lover of all things chocolate.


18 Ways to Eat a Wrap for Every Meal

What is it about food wrapped in other food that is so delicious? Maybe it's because you can stuff so much flavor into one bite. Or maybe it's because wraps are so easy to pick up and eat. Or maybe it's the infinite flavor possibilities. Whatever the reason, wraps are good, and you have every reason to be obsessed with them!

These 18 diverse and delicious wrap recipes are sure to fulfill all your wrapping needs, whether it's for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even just a snack.

If you want your homemade PF Chang's knock-off wraps to be vegetarian, you are totally covered with this recipe. (Plus, it's carb-free!)

These pretty wraps have a fabulous Sriracha mayonnaise that will change. your. life.

Anything with breaded chicken is bound to be good. These Malibu melt wraps are no exception, especially with avocado and honey mustard thrown into the mix.

Looking for an actually good vegetarian wrap for lunch? Look no further. These wraps are filled with the delicious flavors of provolone cheese and roasted red pepper hummus, and are sure to make your lunch the envy of the entire office.

If you're looking for a wrap with a little more meat on its bones, this roast beef wrap with dill slaw is just what you need.

So simple and easy to throw together, yet so good.

This wrap is perfect for when you're feeling all fancy-like and makes for a truly filling dinner.

Turning a BLT into a wrap is probably about the only thing you can do to make a BLT even better.

Another simple wrap with just a few ingredients, but ingredients that pair beautifully for maximum texture and flavor.

Trying to eat fewer carbs? Try these lettuce wraps!

This recipe is perfect for when you need a mall Chinese fix but would rather just stay home in your PJs watching Scandal with a glass of wine.

The Thai flavors in these lettuce wraps is a nice twist, and you'll love the sweet potatoes.

Another great vegetarian lettuce wrap option, this recipe uses raw walnut taco "meat," which is both healthy and delicious, and beautiful Swiss chard for the wrap.

This lettuce wrap has some Greek flavor to mix things up.

These would be great with just the carnitas, but throw in some cherry-peach salsa and pure perfection.

Breakfast on the go has never been this delicious!

Your frittata wants to be in a wrap. Trust me.

This breakfast wrap has a nice kick for when you need to get going in the morning.

Getting in your greens first thing in the morning never tasted so good.

Come on, you know you want pulled pork for breakfast. You also know you want it with tons of cheese. Throw it in a wrap and you're good to go!

Jane Maynard is a food blogger at This Week for Dinner and Babble, a writer and designer, and a lover of all things chocolate.


18 Ways to Eat a Wrap for Every Meal

What is it about food wrapped in other food that is so delicious? Maybe it's because you can stuff so much flavor into one bite. Or maybe it's because wraps are so easy to pick up and eat. Or maybe it's the infinite flavor possibilities. Whatever the reason, wraps are good, and you have every reason to be obsessed with them!

These 18 diverse and delicious wrap recipes are sure to fulfill all your wrapping needs, whether it's for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even just a snack.

If you want your homemade PF Chang's knock-off wraps to be vegetarian, you are totally covered with this recipe. (Plus, it's carb-free!)

These pretty wraps have a fabulous Sriracha mayonnaise that will change. your. life.

Anything with breaded chicken is bound to be good. These Malibu melt wraps are no exception, especially with avocado and honey mustard thrown into the mix.

Looking for an actually good vegetarian wrap for lunch? Look no further. These wraps are filled with the delicious flavors of provolone cheese and roasted red pepper hummus, and are sure to make your lunch the envy of the entire office.

If you're looking for a wrap with a little more meat on its bones, this roast beef wrap with dill slaw is just what you need.

So simple and easy to throw together, yet so good.

This wrap is perfect for when you're feeling all fancy-like and makes for a truly filling dinner.

Turning a BLT into a wrap is probably about the only thing you can do to make a BLT even better.

Another simple wrap with just a few ingredients, but ingredients that pair beautifully for maximum texture and flavor.

Trying to eat fewer carbs? Try these lettuce wraps!

This recipe is perfect for when you need a mall Chinese fix but would rather just stay home in your PJs watching Scandal with a glass of wine.

The Thai flavors in these lettuce wraps is a nice twist, and you'll love the sweet potatoes.

Another great vegetarian lettuce wrap option, this recipe uses raw walnut taco "meat," which is both healthy and delicious, and beautiful Swiss chard for the wrap.

This lettuce wrap has some Greek flavor to mix things up.

These would be great with just the carnitas, but throw in some cherry-peach salsa and pure perfection.

Breakfast on the go has never been this delicious!

Your frittata wants to be in a wrap. Trust me.

This breakfast wrap has a nice kick for when you need to get going in the morning.

Getting in your greens first thing in the morning never tasted so good.

Come on, you know you want pulled pork for breakfast. You also know you want it with tons of cheese. Throw it in a wrap and you're good to go!

Jane Maynard is a food blogger at This Week for Dinner and Babble, a writer and designer, and a lover of all things chocolate.


18 Ways to Eat a Wrap for Every Meal

What is it about food wrapped in other food that is so delicious? Maybe it's because you can stuff so much flavor into one bite. Or maybe it's because wraps are so easy to pick up and eat. Or maybe it's the infinite flavor possibilities. Whatever the reason, wraps are good, and you have every reason to be obsessed with them!

These 18 diverse and delicious wrap recipes are sure to fulfill all your wrapping needs, whether it's for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even just a snack.

If you want your homemade PF Chang's knock-off wraps to be vegetarian, you are totally covered with this recipe. (Plus, it's carb-free!)

These pretty wraps have a fabulous Sriracha mayonnaise that will change. your. life.

Anything with breaded chicken is bound to be good. These Malibu melt wraps are no exception, especially with avocado and honey mustard thrown into the mix.

Looking for an actually good vegetarian wrap for lunch? Look no further. These wraps are filled with the delicious flavors of provolone cheese and roasted red pepper hummus, and are sure to make your lunch the envy of the entire office.

If you're looking for a wrap with a little more meat on its bones, this roast beef wrap with dill slaw is just what you need.

So simple and easy to throw together, yet so good.

This wrap is perfect for when you're feeling all fancy-like and makes for a truly filling dinner.

Turning a BLT into a wrap is probably about the only thing you can do to make a BLT even better.

Another simple wrap with just a few ingredients, but ingredients that pair beautifully for maximum texture and flavor.

Trying to eat fewer carbs? Try these lettuce wraps!

This recipe is perfect for when you need a mall Chinese fix but would rather just stay home in your PJs watching Scandal with a glass of wine.

The Thai flavors in these lettuce wraps is a nice twist, and you'll love the sweet potatoes.

Another great vegetarian lettuce wrap option, this recipe uses raw walnut taco "meat," which is both healthy and delicious, and beautiful Swiss chard for the wrap.

This lettuce wrap has some Greek flavor to mix things up.

These would be great with just the carnitas, but throw in some cherry-peach salsa and pure perfection.

Breakfast on the go has never been this delicious!

Your frittata wants to be in a wrap. Trust me.

This breakfast wrap has a nice kick for when you need to get going in the morning.

Getting in your greens first thing in the morning never tasted so good.

Come on, you know you want pulled pork for breakfast. You also know you want it with tons of cheese. Throw it in a wrap and you're good to go!

Jane Maynard is a food blogger at This Week for Dinner and Babble, a writer and designer, and a lover of all things chocolate.


18 Ways to Eat a Wrap for Every Meal

What is it about food wrapped in other food that is so delicious? Maybe it's because you can stuff so much flavor into one bite. Or maybe it's because wraps are so easy to pick up and eat. Or maybe it's the infinite flavor possibilities. Whatever the reason, wraps are good, and you have every reason to be obsessed with them!

These 18 diverse and delicious wrap recipes are sure to fulfill all your wrapping needs, whether it's for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even just a snack.

If you want your homemade PF Chang's knock-off wraps to be vegetarian, you are totally covered with this recipe. (Plus, it's carb-free!)

These pretty wraps have a fabulous Sriracha mayonnaise that will change. your. life.

Anything with breaded chicken is bound to be good. These Malibu melt wraps are no exception, especially with avocado and honey mustard thrown into the mix.

Looking for an actually good vegetarian wrap for lunch? Look no further. These wraps are filled with the delicious flavors of provolone cheese and roasted red pepper hummus, and are sure to make your lunch the envy of the entire office.

If you're looking for a wrap with a little more meat on its bones, this roast beef wrap with dill slaw is just what you need.

So simple and easy to throw together, yet so good.

This wrap is perfect for when you're feeling all fancy-like and makes for a truly filling dinner.

Turning a BLT into a wrap is probably about the only thing you can do to make a BLT even better.

Another simple wrap with just a few ingredients, but ingredients that pair beautifully for maximum texture and flavor.

Trying to eat fewer carbs? Try these lettuce wraps!

This recipe is perfect for when you need a mall Chinese fix but would rather just stay home in your PJs watching Scandal with a glass of wine.

The Thai flavors in these lettuce wraps is a nice twist, and you'll love the sweet potatoes.

Another great vegetarian lettuce wrap option, this recipe uses raw walnut taco "meat," which is both healthy and delicious, and beautiful Swiss chard for the wrap.

This lettuce wrap has some Greek flavor to mix things up.

These would be great with just the carnitas, but throw in some cherry-peach salsa and pure perfection.

Breakfast on the go has never been this delicious!

Your frittata wants to be in a wrap. Trust me.

This breakfast wrap has a nice kick for when you need to get going in the morning.

Getting in your greens first thing in the morning never tasted so good.

Come on, you know you want pulled pork for breakfast. You also know you want it with tons of cheese. Throw it in a wrap and you're good to go!

Jane Maynard is a food blogger at This Week for Dinner and Babble, a writer and designer, and a lover of all things chocolate.


18 Ways to Eat a Wrap for Every Meal

What is it about food wrapped in other food that is so delicious? Maybe it's because you can stuff so much flavor into one bite. Or maybe it's because wraps are so easy to pick up and eat. Or maybe it's the infinite flavor possibilities. Whatever the reason, wraps are good, and you have every reason to be obsessed with them!

These 18 diverse and delicious wrap recipes are sure to fulfill all your wrapping needs, whether it's for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even just a snack.

If you want your homemade PF Chang's knock-off wraps to be vegetarian, you are totally covered with this recipe. (Plus, it's carb-free!)

These pretty wraps have a fabulous Sriracha mayonnaise that will change. your. life.

Anything with breaded chicken is bound to be good. These Malibu melt wraps are no exception, especially with avocado and honey mustard thrown into the mix.

Looking for an actually good vegetarian wrap for lunch? Look no further. These wraps are filled with the delicious flavors of provolone cheese and roasted red pepper hummus, and are sure to make your lunch the envy of the entire office.

If you're looking for a wrap with a little more meat on its bones, this roast beef wrap with dill slaw is just what you need.

So simple and easy to throw together, yet so good.

This wrap is perfect for when you're feeling all fancy-like and makes for a truly filling dinner.

Turning a BLT into a wrap is probably about the only thing you can do to make a BLT even better.

Another simple wrap with just a few ingredients, but ingredients that pair beautifully for maximum texture and flavor.

Trying to eat fewer carbs? Try these lettuce wraps!

This recipe is perfect for when you need a mall Chinese fix but would rather just stay home in your PJs watching Scandal with a glass of wine.

The Thai flavors in these lettuce wraps is a nice twist, and you'll love the sweet potatoes.

Another great vegetarian lettuce wrap option, this recipe uses raw walnut taco "meat," which is both healthy and delicious, and beautiful Swiss chard for the wrap.

This lettuce wrap has some Greek flavor to mix things up.

These would be great with just the carnitas, but throw in some cherry-peach salsa and pure perfection.

Breakfast on the go has never been this delicious!

Your frittata wants to be in a wrap. Trust me.

This breakfast wrap has a nice kick for when you need to get going in the morning.

Getting in your greens first thing in the morning never tasted so good.

Come on, you know you want pulled pork for breakfast. You also know you want it with tons of cheese. Throw it in a wrap and you're good to go!

Jane Maynard is a food blogger at This Week for Dinner and Babble, a writer and designer, and a lover of all things chocolate.


18 Ways to Eat a Wrap for Every Meal

What is it about food wrapped in other food that is so delicious? Maybe it's because you can stuff so much flavor into one bite. Or maybe it's because wraps are so easy to pick up and eat. Or maybe it's the infinite flavor possibilities. Whatever the reason, wraps are good, and you have every reason to be obsessed with them!

These 18 diverse and delicious wrap recipes are sure to fulfill all your wrapping needs, whether it's for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even just a snack.

If you want your homemade PF Chang's knock-off wraps to be vegetarian, you are totally covered with this recipe. (Plus, it's carb-free!)

These pretty wraps have a fabulous Sriracha mayonnaise that will change. your. life.

Anything with breaded chicken is bound to be good. These Malibu melt wraps are no exception, especially with avocado and honey mustard thrown into the mix.

Looking for an actually good vegetarian wrap for lunch? Look no further. These wraps are filled with the delicious flavors of provolone cheese and roasted red pepper hummus, and are sure to make your lunch the envy of the entire office.

If you're looking for a wrap with a little more meat on its bones, this roast beef wrap with dill slaw is just what you need.

So simple and easy to throw together, yet so good.

This wrap is perfect for when you're feeling all fancy-like and makes for a truly filling dinner.

Turning a BLT into a wrap is probably about the only thing you can do to make a BLT even better.

Another simple wrap with just a few ingredients, but ingredients that pair beautifully for maximum texture and flavor.

Trying to eat fewer carbs? Try these lettuce wraps!

This recipe is perfect for when you need a mall Chinese fix but would rather just stay home in your PJs watching Scandal with a glass of wine.

The Thai flavors in these lettuce wraps is a nice twist, and you'll love the sweet potatoes.

Another great vegetarian lettuce wrap option, this recipe uses raw walnut taco "meat," which is both healthy and delicious, and beautiful Swiss chard for the wrap.

This lettuce wrap has some Greek flavor to mix things up.

These would be great with just the carnitas, but throw in some cherry-peach salsa and pure perfection.

Breakfast on the go has never been this delicious!

Your frittata wants to be in a wrap. Trust me.

This breakfast wrap has a nice kick for when you need to get going in the morning.

Getting in your greens first thing in the morning never tasted so good.

Come on, you know you want pulled pork for breakfast. You also know you want it with tons of cheese. Throw it in a wrap and you're good to go!

Jane Maynard is a food blogger at This Week for Dinner and Babble, a writer and designer, and a lover of all things chocolate.