Butternut Squash Black Bean Wrap

Last night, I had a life-changing experience. I saw the Justin Bieber movie. In 3D.

After laughing, crying (what?), and reaching out to touch Justin’s 3D hand… I’m here to tell you that, yes, it’s possible for an almost-25-year-old to have Bieber fever.

I could probably post about 5 favorite moments from the movie, but I will restrain myself for those of you who are not fans. And those of you who are fellow Beliebers… let’s talk later.

Butternut squash black bean wrap dissembled in a white bowl on a green napkin.

In other less exciting news, I made this delicious wrap for lunch today! What was life before that Panini Press? Well, to be honest, I think it was mostly pasta. Thank goodness for variety!

(And by variety, I mean variety of things that can be made on a panini press)!

Butternut squash black bean wrap sliced down the center on a white plate.

Now it’s your turn. Go make this delicious butternut squash black bean wrap, watch Never Say Never, and let me know your thoughts on both!

Butternut squash black bean wrap sliced down the center on a white plate.

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Description

This delicious butternut squash black bean wrap is stuffed with vegetarian goodness. Healthy, filling, and easy to make. Perfect quick lunch or dinner!



  1. Mix first four ingredients together; season with whatever suits your fancy.*
  2. Place 1 cup of filling on a wrap, sprinkle with cheese, and fold it up.
  3. Grill on a griddle or panini press.
  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Cook Time: 5 mins
  • Category: Lunch
  • Cuisine: American

Keywords: butternut squash wrap, black bean wrap, healthy vegetarian wrap

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I accidentally used steam-in-the-bag butternut squash… with cinnamon sauce. My first thought was: eew! But actually, it tasted really good with the warm, semi-sweet cinnamon flavor! I added some salt to balance it out and I also seasoned with Sel De Cuisine. LOVE that stuff!

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