No-Cook Veggie Spring Rolls with Peanut Dipping Sauce

2 Reviews / 4.5 Average
I've got a fun summer kitchen project for you that might just get your kids to try some new veggies! Not only are these Veggie Spring Rolls fun to make, but you'll end up eating the entire rainbow in one meal. This recipe was inspired by Whole Foods Salud! Cooking School, and goes great with the peanut dipping sauce.
↓ Jump to Recipe
No-Cook Veggie Spring Rolls on 100 Days of Real Food

Want to Save this Recipe?

Enter your email below & we’ll send it straight to your inbox. Plus you’ll get great new recipes from us every week!

Save Recipe

This is the perfect interactive meal to get your kids involved in the kitchen. They’ll love how the spring roll wrappers “magically” turn from crispy to soft in a matter of seconds, and they’ll think it’s fun to wrap up the fillings of their choice to make their own little creations. And with a peanut butter dipping sauce on the side – they might even surprise you and take some bites too. It’s certainly worth a try!

If you’re new to making spring rolls at home, check out the news clip below where my daughters and I demo just how easy it is to do! :)

No-Cook Veggie Spring Rolls on 100 Days of Real Food

Posts may contain affiliate links. If you purchase a product through an affiliate link, your cost will be the same but 100 Days of Real Food will automatically receive a small commission. Your support is greatly appreciated and helps us spread our message!

About The Author

15 thoughts on “No-Cook Veggie Spring Rolls with Peanut Dipping Sauce”

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recipe Rating

  1. How long do the wrappers last? The link to Amazon shows 6 packages of wrappers. Just wondering if I can freeze them for future use or store them in the fridge. Thank you!

  2. Yum! We do something similar to this pretty regularly. Adding basil, pea shoots, shrimp or shredded to the wraps is wonderful. We also add lime juice and ginger to the dip.

    1. Definitely! I would just be careful about them sticking to each other too much, but they would hold up great in the fridge for a couple days.

  3. 5 stars
    I have followed your blog for a few years and bought your 1st cookbook. I just bought both of the lunch e-books and can’t wait for your next book to come out. Loving your recipes. I printed this one and my little ones (7 and 5) will help make them for lunch this weekend. Great for the lunchbox also.