Recipes Health Conditions Cancer Prevention Black Beans and Greens Pinwheels: Your New Go-To Lunch Wrap By Stephanie Lang, MS, RDN, CDN, at Savor Health | Reviewed by a board-certified physician Updated December 05, 2016 Share Pin Email Print Stephanie Lang, MS, RDN, CDN More in Recipes Health Conditions Cancer Prevention Diabetes High Blood Pressure High Cholesterol Celiac Disease Heartburn IBS Inflammatory Conditions Alzheimer's Prevention View All Courses Ingredients and Allergies Nutrients Vegetarian Vegan Calorie Counts Kid Friendly Recipe Nutrition Calculator View All (2 ratings) Total Time 30 min Prep 30 min, Cook 0 min Yield 10 batches (198 calories each) Packing lunch can sometimes feel tedious. Jazz it up with these healthy pinwheel wraps that not only look good, but are also fun to eat and will keep you feeling satisfied.Both beans (your luscious legumes) and dark leafy greens are an easy way to increase your fiber intake and they are both good sources of folate, a B vitamin that aids in formation of red and white blood cells in the bone marrow. Beans also contain a type of starch used by healthful bacteria in the colon to produce short-chain fatty acids, which seem to protect colon cells. Ingredients 10 8-inch whole wheat flour tortillas 2½ cups refried black beans (from one 16-oz can) 2½ cups arugula or spinach Preparation 1. Lay one tortilla on a plate or cutting board.2. Spread ¼ cup refried black beans all over one side of the tortilla. Place ¼ cup arugula or spinach leaves over the beans.3. Starting from one end, roll the tortilla up tightly. Set aside. Repeat with remaining tortillas, beans and greens until everything is used up.4. Wrap each rolled tortilla tightly in plastic wrap and refrigerate until ready to use. 5. To serve, slice each rolled tortilla into ½-inch pieces.Ingredient Variations and SubstitutionsTry making these with peanut butter and berries or ricotta, black pepper, and shaved zucchini. Aim to pack in something from at least 2 or 3 different food groups to balance the nutrition profile of your meals. In this recipe, you get starch from the tortilla, protein from the beans (or peanut butter or ricotta), and a vegetable or fruit from the greens (or zucchini or berries).Cooking and Serving TipsMake a batch on the weekend and you'll have lunch 'ready to roll' for you and your family all week long. These are also great to make as an appetizer at your next party. Rate this Recipe You've already rated this recipe. Thanks for your rating! Show Full Article Up Next Up Next Article 5 Foods That Are Good for Your Colon Up Next Article 9 Healthy Lunch Box Ideas for Food Allergies Up Next Article What Should You Eat When You're Breastfeeding? Up Next Article Should You Eat Foods Rich in Resistant Starch?