Warburtons came up with a great idea by introducing White Square Wraps which I reviewed back in March this year (2012) (See post).
Since then, Warburtons have brought out Brown Square Wraps and Seeded Square Wraps.
Just like the white variety, you get 6 to a pack and can use them exactly as you would regular wraps. Each Brown Square wrap has 187 calories and the Seeded Wraps have 181 calories which is a bit more than the white variety.
Warburtons Brown Square Wraps are made with wheat and wholemeal flour rather than just wheat flour like the white wraps. This gives them a chewier texture as well as extra fibre. The Seeded wraps have added brown and golden linseeds as well as the distinctive poppy seeds.
What the pack says:
Brown square-ish wraps
"This could actually be the best thing since sliced bread. A wrap you can top, roll or fold with whatever you like to make a delicious meal or snack, at any time!"
They’re highly versatile and can be used as a pizza base, a wrap for salads and meat, or simply grill them as you would a Panini. They’re also easy to fold however you like and they hold fillings well.
Available in larger UK supermarkets.
Nutrition information per average Brown Square wrap: 187 calories, 8.1g protein, 27.5g carbohydrate, 2.6g sugars, 3.0g fat, 0.5g saturates, 2.3g fibre, 0.64g salt.
Nutrition information per average Seeded Square wrap: 181 calories, 7.8g protein, 28.9g carbohydrate, 2.9g sugars, 3.3g fat, 0.6g saturates, 2.3g fibre, 0.64g salt.