Dehydrated Veggie Wraps Submitted by Claire Walters - Raw Blend

A delicious recipe to make if you have any leftover juice pulp. They’re vegan friendly and easily made in the Vitamix and Sedona Dehydrator.


  • 2 cups grated carrot, remove some excess moisture by pressing it with a paper towel
  • 1 cup flax meal
  • 2 cups water (+ extra as needed)
  • 1 tbsp cumin
  • 1 tsp smoked paprika
  • 1-2 tbsp tamari


  1. Place all ingredients into your Vitamix container and secure the lid.
  2. Turn your variable speed to 1 and then quickly turn up to speed 10 and then override to HIGH speed.
  3. Blend until you get a smooth pancake batter consistency.
  4. The consistency will depend on how dry you got your grated carrot.
  5. Pour your mixture onto Teflon drying sheets that are lining your plastic mesh trays in the dehydrator.
  6. Dehydrate for around 3.5 hours at 46 degrees Celsius or until the tops are firm and you can peel the wraps off.
  7. Flip the Teflon sheet (with the wrap still attached) upside down so the opposite side is facing up then gently peel the Teflon sheet off.
  8. Dehydrate for another 2 hours.
  9. They should be firm and may be cracking a little but don’t worry about any cracks. Just ensure they are still flexible.
  10. Cut into the desired size with a pizza cutter and store them overnight in a plastic bag or zip-lock container.
  • Overall
Comments Rating 5 (2 reviews)

3 Reviews for “Dehydrated Veggie Wraps”

  1. Clever Idea!


    I tried these out and also added some pulp that was left over from juicing. Will definitely be making these a lot more from now on!

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  2. Love this recipe


    Great recipe! Thank you so much for sharing. I was wondering if you know what the shelf life would be. I will be traveling and am thinking that due to my food allergies, I could make these and take them with me and eat instead of the bread that is mostly served. Being that I probably will not have a refrigerator, I was curious if you would know.

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    1. Thanks for your kind feedback 🙂 If stored in a cool, dry and dark place anywhere from 6-12 months. If not stored like this, then I would estimate you would get at least a few weeks out of them.

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