Fitness guru Ashy Bines has revealed she is still ‘obsessed’ with the viral wrap hack of 2021 which has been described as ‘game-changing’ by foodies all over the world.
The popular personal trainer, who has over a million followers on Instagram after a decade in the fitness industry, adds zucchini, sweet potato and capsicum to her version of the wrap.
Cutting her wholegrain wrap first she begins layering her ingredients in a clockwise direction.
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Fitness guru Ashy Bines has revealed she is still ‘obsessed’ with the viral wrap hack of 2021 which has been described as ‘game-changing’ by foodies all over the world
Cutting her wholegrain wrap first she begins layering her ingredients in a clockwise direction using cheese, red pesto and other vegetables
The 32-year-old adds red pesto and grated cheese to the first quarter of the wrap, before filling the next section with sliced zucchini.
She then adds three thin pieces of sweet potato, some strips of capsicum and caramelised onion to the second half of the wrap.
Starting at the cut, she folds clockwise until it resembled a triangle that is perfect for toasting.
‘This wrap is insane,’ she wrote on the Instagram post showing it off.
Boasting the fact her version was packed with vegetables.
And her fans were impressed.
‘OMG, thirty seconds to change your life, or what,’ one added.
‘This looks like such a yum combo,’ added another.
One man jokes she forgot to add ‘one whole Woolies chook’.
‘It is a vegetarian option but for sure, chicken would make it even better,’ she replied.
The 32-year-old fitness guru admitted she is ‘obsessed’ with the popular wrap folding method
The post went viral, reviving the popular hack, and attracting over 9,000 likes in just two days.
Previous versions of the wrap have included chocolate, marshmallows, hot chips and deep-fried chicken.
Celebrity nutritionist Leanne Ward tackled the trend earlier this year on TikTok and was liked more than 68,000 times.
Previous incarnations of the wrap have included chocolate, marshmallows, hot chips and deep-fried chicken – nutritionist Leanne Ward has also tackled the trend
Using the ‘wrap hack’ technique the dietitian cut a brown wrap from the centre, added cheese, chicken, salad and sauce and then toasted until crispy.
‘The best way I found to add toppings so it’s not too soggy is to go salad, salad, protein and cheese,’ she wrote in the comments.
She used baby spinach, red onion, tomato and yellow capsicum.
She appeared to add Greek yoghurt to the chicken portion of the wrap alongside barbecue sauce and chilli powder on top of the cheese.
One woman replied ‘ugh that looks so good, I’m mad I can’t taste food’ before revealing she had Covid and lost her sense of taste.
Instead of a sandwich press she used a waffle maker to toast her wrap – but also said it can be done in a frying pan.
Ms Ward posted her take on the wrap revolution on TikTok – where it was liked more than 68,000 times
She appeared to add Greek yoghurt to the chicken portion of the wrap alongside barbecue sauce and chilli powder on top of the cheese
How do you do the ‘wrap hack’?
1- Cut from the centre to the edge of the wrap
2- Put heavy/hot filling, in this case chicken, in the quarter before the cut
3- Put lettuce in the next section
4- Put tomato in the next section
5- Add cheese to the final quarter
6- Add seasoning and sauce to taste
7- Start by folding the lettuce over the tomato
8- Continue folding in a clockwise motion
9- Toast until golden brown
She used the ‘Helgas Digestive’ wraps for her meal – and said they have 6.6 grams of fibre in them, making them great for gut health.
Most of the hacks feature white tortillas.
She has also called the viral wrap hack the ‘best trend on TikTok’.
The unusual wrapping style has been used to make delicious Mexican quesadillas, lunch wraps, ham, cheese and tomato snacks, dessert and now to upgrade a boxed takeaway meal.
TikTokker Abbie Murray shared the KFC version of the hack online under the hashtag ‘wrapgodofficial’ and the simple trick once again went viral.
The young woman took a wrap, cutting it from the centre to the edge, the hack, and filled it with four items from her KFC meal
After wrapping it she put it flat on the toaster – and waited until it turned a golden brown colour
The young woman took a wrap, cutting it from the centre to the edge, the hack, and filled it with four items from her KFC meal.
She put the food in quarters, starting from the segment after the cut by laying down some chicken tenders.
She then added chips, popcorn chicken and potato and gravy with cheese on the top before folding the wrap.
Starting at the cut she folded the chicken tenders over the chips before continuing to fold over the popcorn chicken and cheesy potato.
She then grilled the neat package before cutting it in half and serving.
More than two thousand people stopped to comment on the post – with one complaining the young woman made them crave KFC at ‘two in the morning’.
Another said ‘finally a wrap video worth watching’.
Others said the wrap looked good – but having chips and potato and gravy was ‘overkill’.
‘They should take away the chips or the potato and gravy and just have the cheese on its own,’ one man said.
The viral trend even got a spot on television as popular channel Nine presenter Belinda Russell revealed she loves the simple trick.
‘They should take away the chips or the potato and gravy and just have the cheese on its own,’ one man said
Some people complained the video gave them KFC gravings
A recent adaptation of the hack has been used to make a mouth-watering breakfast.
The delicious breakfast makeover of the hack appeared popular – but some people thought it should have cheese and barbecue sauce inside.
‘The mayonnaise ruined it,’ said one woman.
TikTokker Grace Hamlin cut the wrap from the centre to the edge before adding a hashbrown, bacon, scrambled eggs and mayonnaise in each quarter
‘I would suggest caramalised onion relish,’ said one man.
Another person suggested they needed to go to the shops for wraps and hash browns immediately.
Another popular variation of the wrap is the dessert wrap.
The viral ‘game changing’ wrap hack loved by television presenter Belinda Russell and popular TikTok stars has been transformed into a delicious dessert
Tiktokker Lil_lyonsy shouted out to Crystalscookingfun – the original hack sharer – with her sweet creation.
The woman videoed herself using Nutella, strawberries and marshmallows for the snack.
She cut the wrap, like in the original hack, added Nutella in the first and third quarters, strawberries in the second and marshmallows at the end.
43,000 people liked the video many commenting what they would add to the wrap
She then wrapped it clockwise from the cut starting with the Nutella segment.
She then put the wrap on the toaster until the marshmallow began to ooze out.
43,000 people liked the video many commenting what they would add to the wrap.
‘I would use bananas instead of marshmallow,’ one person said.
Others suggested custard would be perfect on the dessert wrap.
Recently the ‘Feel Good Foodie’ showed off her spicy twist on the very popular trick on Instagram.
The viral ‘game changing’ wrap hack loved by television presenter Belinda Russell and popular TikTok stars has had a Mexican makeover
The hack, which requires home cooks to cut the wrap from the centre to the edge and place ingredients in neat quarters so it is easy to fold and toast, is perfect for quesadillas.
She adds egg, avocado, salsa and cheese to her wrap before folding it from the cut until it resembles a triangle.
She then heated the wrap in a skillet instead of a sandwich press, before cutting it in half and eating on camera.
People loved the fresh twist on the wrap hack and told her it looked ‘amazing’.
The hack first went viral when a woman posted a video on her ‘Crystals Cooking Fun’ TikTok account which shows her making a small cut in the wrap from the centre to the outside edge.
She then lays down the filling for the wrap, starting with laying down some chicken, on the quarter before the cut.
The trick to being able to make the perfect wrap lies in the placement and a secret cut
Following this, she continues in a clockwise direction putting down lettuce, tomato and cheese in each other quarter.
She then covers the chicken with sauce and begins to fold over the wrap.
Lifting from the cut edge she pulls the lettuce onto the tomato.
Crystal continues to fold the salad over the cheese and then finally over the chicken.
She was left with a triangle-shaped parcel which can be toasted easily.
The woman’s handy hack was ‘liked’ over 31,000 times in the first 15 hours.
Days later channel Nine star delighted her fans with the same hack, using ham, cheese, tomato and avocado.
The Today Extra host, 42, posted a video to Instagram explaining how she carefully cuts and folds the wrap to achieve a café-quality snack.
Wrapping clockwise from the cut makes the neatest and best wrap
‘I’m having a wrap for lunch tomorrow and I am doing this for sure,’ one woman said.
‘What is this witch craft?’ asked another.
‘We are living in the year 2020 and she is in the year 3000,’ said one man.
Others said the hack was the best thing they had ever seen.