Pure Wraps coconut wraps are a tortilla alternative that go well with fillings such as fruit, sliced or shredded meat, chicken salad, tuna salad, meatballs or scrambled eggs, according to Real Healthy Recipes. Barefoot Provisions suggests using the wraps for guacamole and tomatoes, fruit and whipped cream, vegetables with sauce and grilled meat with vegetables.
In addition to meeting the requirements of vegan diets, these wraps do not contain gluten, dairy, egg, soy or corn. A recipe for the Ultimate Veggie Wrap from Sunfood.com suggests using the wraps with chopped vegetables, including 1/4 cup of kale, 1/4 cup of cabbage, 1/4 cup of lettuce, 1 cucumber and 1 avocado. A small handful each of chopped sweet onions and heirloom tomatoes are also ideal. Add 1 tablespoon of olive oil, and then add salt and pepper to taste. Sunfood.com lists other recipes for Pure Wraps, such as South of the Border Taco Bowls, Namae Nashi Rolls and Thai Veggie Spring Rolls.
The Pure Wraps website warns against refrigerating wraps too long. Serve them immediately when using condiments such as mayonnaise or mustard, because long exposure can make the wraps soggy. You can also use Pure Wraps for ice cream cones, because they insulate ice cream and keep it cold.