No-Cook Black Bean Wraps – Cookin Canuck


No-cook black bean wraps are one of my favorite lunches! Seasoned beans are rolled up with a sweet and creamy mango avocado salsa for a quick and easy plant based meal.

These no-cook black bean wraps just moved into first place in my “favorite lunch sandwich” rankings, narrowly edging out my Hummus Avocado Sandwich and Sweet Potato Toast.


There are so many things to love about this southwest veggie wrap sandwich. It takes less than 15 minutes to make, it requires no cooking (just a little chopping and mashing), it’s packed with lean protein and fiber, and the savory and sweet mix of flavors is downright awesome.

Whether or not you follow a whole foods plant based diet, these veggie roll-ups deserve a place in the lunch rotation. Or dinner, for that matter, alongside a green salad.


Black beans, mango, tortillas, avocado, tomatoes, lime and spices on a baking sheet.


These are the main ingredients needed for this recipe…

  • BLACK BEANS: Either home-cooked or canned black beans work here. If using canned beans, be sure to drain and rinse them well.
  • SPICES: Ground cumin, paprika and garlic powder.
  • ROTEL: Canned Rotel tomatoes with green chilies can be found in the international aisle of most supermarkets, typically near items such as enchilada sauce and salsa. Please read about a Rotel substitution later in this post.
  • CILANTRO: Chop the leaves and stems of fresh cilantro. Substitute with minced flat-leaf parsley if preferred.
  • AVOCADO: Use a large Hass avocado or 1 ½ smaller avocados.
  • MANGO: Choose a ripe mango. See How to Cut a Mango.
  • LIME JUICE: Use fresh lime juice. I use this citrus squeezer to easily extract the juice.
  • TORTILLAS: Use any medium-sized flour tortillas, preferably whole wheat or high fiber ones. I often used the Ole Xtreme High Fiber Low Carb tortillas because they are packed with fiber! (Not sponsored – I just like them.) Look for gluten-free wraps or tortillas if desired.

💙What’s to love about these vegan tortillas wraps::

▪️FLAVOR, FLAVOR, FLAVOR! The flavors in this wrap just WORK! Spiced beans combined with a sweet and creamy salsa is everything I need to make me happy at lunchtime.
▪️MAKE-AHEAD: The bean filling lasts for 2 to 3 days and the salsa lasts for a day or two. Tuck them into a tortilla right before serving.
▪️HEALTHY: Tons of fiber, plant-based protein and a bevy of vitamins. So many reasons to make this a regular part of your menu.

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How to make black bean wraps:

The instructions for this recipe are very simple. There are three main steps: 1) Mash and spice the beans, 2) Make the salsa and 3) Assemble the wraps. Let’s talk details…

MASH THE BEANS: Drain and rinse the black beans in a fine mesh sieve, then transfer them to a bowl. I like to use a mini masher to smash the beans, but the back of a fork works well, too. The beans should be smashed but not smooth.


Collage of mashed black beans with spices in a glass bowl.

ADD THE MIX-INS: Add the seasonings – cumin, paprika, garlic powder, salt and pepper – to the bean mixture and stir to combine. Stir in the Rotel.

Collage of mashed black beans and tomatoes in a bowl and on a tortilla.


MAKE THE SALSA: Chop the avocado (See How to Prepare an Avocado) and the mango (See How to Cut a Mango) and stir together in a bowl. Add the lime juice, cilantro and salt.

ARRANGE THE FILLINGS: This recipe makes four wraps. Arrange a quarter of the mixture down the center of each tortilla, leaving room at either end. Top with the salsa.

Collage of avocado mango salsa in a bowl and on a tortillas with black beans.

ROLL THEM UP: Fold in the sides of the tortillas, then roll to form a wrap. Using your fingers, press down lightly on the tortilla to compress the filling so that it fits well inside the tortilla. Cut in half and serve!

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Can these wraps be made ahead of time?

Yes! There are two options here – make the wraps or make the components ahead of time.

If you’ll be eating the wrap within a few hours – say, for lunch or work or on a picnic – the wraps can be assembled, cut in half and wrapped. Be sure to use a sturdy tortilla if the wrap won’t be consumed right away. Some of the low carb tortillas are quite soft and tend to become soggy if they rest (with fillings) for too long.

The other option is to make the black bean mixture and the salsa ahead of time. The black bean filling can be made 2 to 3 days in advance. The salsa should stay fresh for up to 2 days. The lime juice slows the oxidation (browning) process for the avocado. Store each mixture in an airtight container and place in the refrigerator. Assemble the wraps right before serving.

What can I use instead of Rotel?

No need to fret if your grocery store doesn’t carry Rotel with green chilies. Instead, combine a can (14 ounces) of petite diced tomatoes (fire roasted, if available) with a can (4 ounces) diced green chilies. Use a ½ cup of this mixture for this recipe.

Black bean wrap with avocado salsa on a white plate.


For the cilantro: If cilantro isn’t your thing, swap it out with minced flat-leaf parsley.

For the Rotel: See the section above for an easy substitution.

For the salsa: Swap in pineapple or ripe peaches for the mango. Add some diced red onion and garlic if you like. Corn is also a nice addition.

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Black bean wraps filled with mango avocado salsa on a white plate.

No-Cook Black Bean Wraps

No-cook black bean wraps are one of my favorite lunches! Seasoned beans are rolled up with a sweet and creamy mango avocado salsa for a quick and easy plant based meal.



Course: Entrees, Sandwiches

Cuisine: Southwestern

Keyword: Vegan tortilla wraps, Vegan wrap

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Total Time: 15 minutes

Servings: 4 Servings

Calories: 239kcal

Author: Dara Michalski | Cookin’ Canuck

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  • In a medium bowl, smash the black beans with the back of a fork or a small potato masher. The mixture should not be smooth.

  • Add the cumin, garlic powder, paprika, salt and pepper. Stir to combine.

  • Add the rotel tomatoes and cilantro. Stir again to combine.

  • Divide the black bean mixture and salsa evenly between the tortillas, arranging both down the center, leaving room on either end to fold in the tortilla.

  • Fold in the ends of each tortilla and roll to form a wrap, gently pressing down the filling as needed.

  • Cut each wrap in half. Serve.

The salsa:

  • In a small bowl, combine the avocado, mango, lime, cilantro and salt. Stir to combine.


Note 1: Canned Rotel tomatoes with chilies can be found in the international aisle of most grocery stores. Alternatively, combine some regular or fire-roasted canned diced tomatoes and canned green chilies with a little lime juice to stand in for the Rotel.
Note 2: If cilantro isn’t your thing, substitute with minced flat-leaf parsley.
Note 3: The nutritional information was calculated using the Ole Xtreme Wellness High Fiber Wraps. Any medium-sized tortillas can be substituted, though substitutions will affect the nutritional information. If you are following a vegan diet, be sure to look for tortillas made without lard.
Please note that I am not a medical or nutritional professional. I provide nutritional information for my recipes as a courtesy to my readers. It is calculated using the LoseIt! calculator. While I attempt to provide information that is as accurate as possible, you should calculate the nutritional information independently before relying on it.


Serving: 1wrap | Calories: 239kcal | Carbohydrates: 44.2g | Protein: 10.8g | Fat: 7.7g | Saturated Fat: 0.8g | Sodium: 549.7mg | Fiber: 19.6g | Sugar: 8.6g

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