The recipe name says it all! These are yummy, quick wraps for a snack or dinner. They’re good for breakfast too!

Recipe Directions

Lay half a date and a slice or two of avocado on the end of a sliced kale leaf. Roll, eat!
I like to sprinkle some sea salt on the avocado first – then you get the sweet/salty taste, yum!

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The recipe name says it all! These are yummy, quick wraps for a snack or dinner. They’re good for breakfast too!

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Just made it and will eat it all day long (or until I run out...which will probably been sooner than I think/hope). These are simple and amazing. I thought that it was okay to combine avo and fruit with raw veggies???
Make 'em!

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When I first read this recipe, I admit, my thoughts were along the lines of, 'now this has too far!'. But my curiosity got the best of me (thank goodness!), and I love love LOVE this simple snack :) SOO satisfying. Okay, I haven't tried it with avo YET, cause I just haven't had any around at the same time as the kale and dates, but I have tried a kale/date/pecan combo, and that was lovely. I enjoy the kale and dates together immensely. Am actually eating it now, which is what reminded me to comment. Yummmmm. Thank You!! Note to Raw-err: Of course it would work with spinach. Experiment away. I have tried this with spinach, but I think it is best with Kale. Kale has that chompiness that is so awesome. Okay. I have officially left my mark here.

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do you think spinache would work too?

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Now that is what Im talkin about :)

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Yum! I love the combination of dates and avocados! I'm sure it's not great food combining but I don't care!

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