New Zealand Made
Farrah's Wraps are manufactured in Wellington, New Zealand using quality ingredients sourced from both local and overseas markets.
Won't Crack or Split When Rolled
Backed by The Farrah's Promise, Farrah's Wraps are guaranteed not to crack or split when rolled. They're great heated or eaten straight fresh from the pack.
All Farrah's Wraps are packaged in high quality resealable bags which feature a tamperproof tear strip. This ensures freshness and quality to the very last wrap.
All Farrah's Wraps are dairy-free, and most of the range is also yeast-free (excluding Chia & Quinoa Wraps and Sunflower & Linseed Wraps.)
Vegetarian and Vegan
All Farrah's Wraps are suitable for Vegans and Vegetarians. The range is also Halal Certified.
NOTE: This is the new name and packaging for the product previously known as "Premium White Snack Wraps"
This is a regular purchase in our household shopping trolley, mainly because Master 11 is a super fussy eater. We have found these brilliant as they don't break or split and everytime we take one out of the packet they are as fresh as the first one we ate.
Our Farrah's White snack wraps get used weekly in the lunchbox as a change up from sandwiches. Our fillings range from cream cheese, carrot & cheese to ham, lettuce and mayo. We pop them into our reusable lunch pockets and they stay fresh until they are eaten at lunch time. Remember to buy some food picks to keep them rolled up (smart tip). Sometimes Miss 13 will just ask for a fresh one straight from the pack with no fillings - just just wrap!
Another popular use for our wraps is to have them rolled up for tea, we stuff ours with lettuce, venison mince, tomatoes, corn, mayo etc. Another meal option we have used is also to roll them up with cooked chicken chunks and bake them in the oven. I have also had a lot of success using them as a lasagna stack instead of using lasagna sheets. Makes me look like a fancy as cook when my friends arrive for a meal (little do they know!)
We have found our Farrah's wraps very versatile as they go a long way and have so many uses.
I love using these wraps, i love kebabs and I use these to make them at home, my family love our home made kebabs, I have tried other wraps and they crack but these ones dont. Did I say I love them. My grand daughter can even eat these ones. they last longer than the other ones I have used. I like that they are made right here in NZ. I like kiwi made putting money back into our country. At daycare the children have used these to make pizzas. I have grilled them as well to make chips to have with a humus dips. Kids can easily wrap them up as well so they can help to make the kebabs or their own wraps sandwiches. my family use them all the time we even had a picnic and my grad kids made their own wraps to eat and miss 3 goes look nana not breaking I went to help her and she told me to go away I then asked what she wanted for dinner and she goes home made pizza with my wraps. but I do on my own you no help then miss 2 wanted to do her own as well, thanks for the opportunity to review these.
Farrah' Wraps and I have become recently very much lovers of each other! It has taken me three years to find a wrap that is consistent in taste, non cracking and that my children both love! This has occurred when we tried Farrah's White Snack Wraps - my children love them in so many ways - I have made them with marmite and grated cheese, bananas and Nutella wrapped and melted, peanut butter and jam, there are tons of variations that my children LOVE and will EAT! that makes me one happy Momma!!
The price is spot on for a family, I haven't seen them on special but do not hesitate to put them in the trolley on our weekly shops. They are always fresh, the package is easy to open and close and the size is just right for lunch boxes or picnics. Farrah's has come out with a range of products that I feel comfortable with buying and feeding to my family for both value and nutrition. I appreciate that they make this part of my shop easy and affordable.
The various flavours in the range are wide and varied and we have now tried most of them.
I have tried several products in the Farrah's Wrap range so welcomed the opportunity to try a different one. I like the convenience of wraps when making a quick meal, and it is useful to know that the product is nutritionally sound as well as tasting good. I started with a full packet (eight wraps) and was able to get three different meals for two adults out of this quantity so that makes for economy as well. When I reviewed the last snack variety (cheese), I concentrated on the children's reactions so this time I confined the research to adults. I know the marketing is towards "little hands" but after trying the last variety I knew that the appeal would be to people with big hands as well.
The first meal was a wonderful combination of ethnic foods. The wraps were rolled with a filling of cream cheese, prawns, spring onions, chopped walnuts, Farrah's Taco Spice Mix, and finely chopped lettuce and tomatoes. They were cut into slices and served with steamed vegetable buns and battered mussels. Because the meal was quite filling, one wrap was enough. I served a side salad but neither of us could manage that as well. This was a good test for the wraps - because they are not strongly flavoured and not at all fatty, you can afford to eat them with rich, highly flavoured foods without the risk of the flavours conflicting.
Next day, I served them as a dessert. We had the salad from the previous meal plus some cold meat, so a more substantial dessert seemed like a good idea. The contents were simple: fresh fruit and a dollop of cream; the wraps were then rolled up and a sprinkle of icing sugar and cinnamon added to serve. Because the fruit pieces were not too big, the wrap held together and the contents stayed put. A nice simple pudding with a touch of class.
The third time I served them, I took advantage of the subtle flavour and made my own version of spring rolls. I stuffed them with shredded cabbage, beansprouts, onion and just-cooked mince, added a shake of soy sauce and a second shake of Matakana Coconut Hot Chilli sauce, and folded the wraps diagonally to make pockets. I then shallow fried them until they were crisp and brown on both sides. I intended that we would have one each and I would freeze the remaining two, but that was not happening. They were so good that we finished the lot!
I look forward to trying other ways of cooking with these wraps. They are so versatile that I am sure there are lots of other possibilities I have not yet considered. Time will tell!
Farrah's wraps are the only wraps we buy in our house after we first tried them through KIWIreviews as a review product. I was excited to see that Farrah's have introduced some snack sized wraps to their amazing products as Miss 3 at long last has decided that she quite likes eating wraps, and being snack sized makes these the perfect size for her to eat, and hold without to much mess or difficulty along the way.
Miss 3 was immediately excited when she saw the packaging of the wraps as they feature a picture of 2 friendly looking monsters in bright colours which makes them really appealing to children, she began asking "are these monster wraps for me?, are they special kids ones?" She loved it when I read her the paragraph on the back of the packaging about the little monsters Gizmo and Sprigs and was very keen to eat the wraps after hearing about how they will help her to grow big and strong so that she can have monstrous fun all day long.
Each pack of White Snack Wraps contains 8 individual wraps and being in a resealable package means they stay super fresh for some time after being first opened, mind you if you're like me they wont be around long enough to notice.The wraps are such a great size and I found that they were fantastic for serving up to my daughter both as a lunch and dinner option filled with salad, nuggets and cheese. They were easy to fold, didn't crack, rip or tear which are problems I have faced countless times with previously purchased wraps of other brands.
Of course our family enjoyed these wraps as wraps filled with our favourite meats, cheeses, salads and sauces and the size made them perfect for a quick snack. We have however also used these as pizza bases which worked amazingly, Miss 3 was in charge of creating the pizza and topped hers with tomato sauce, ham, cheese and pineapple, while my partner and I requested BBQ sauce, cheese, bacon and pulled pork. The wraps crisped up wonderfully in the oven and were lovely and light to eat, even when loaded up with pizza toppings they didn't crack or break, something I was abit concerned about possibly happening due to the thinness of the wraps!
It was our turn to host some friends for dinner, which meant we were in charge of making some pre dinner snacks so I opted to use the remaining 3 wraps to do just that. I cut each wrap into small triangles and then brushed half of these with some homemade garlic butter and with the rest I sprinkled them with cheese and bacon, these were cooked in the oven for 10 minutes and were perfectly crisp and golden ready to be served after this time. I served these up on a platter along with some hummus and other dips, and they went down a treat with both the children and the adults.
Another great product from Farrah's that I will buy again without fail, if not for me then at least for Miss 3 as these are such a versatile product which are easy to use and great to freeze.
I really like the Farrah wraps range since discovering them (thanks to reviews on here!) I haven't bought any other brand of wraps. I have tried most of the range but I think the Premium white snack wraps are my favourite. They have so many uses and of course as promised they never crack and split when rolled!
The wraps have a really nice soft texture and a really fresh taste. I really like the fact that the wraps are dairy free as well as while I can have dairy too much of it isn't the best for me. It's really hard to find dairy free bread and wraps.
The first time I tried the wraps was soft shell tacos, they are the perfect size for these plus unlike the soft shell tacos I usually buy they didn't split and go everywhere when we went to eat them. I have also used these instead of naan bread with butter chicken. I covered it with a little garlic butter threw them in the oven to melt the butter. They made a great, tasty stand in when I had forgotten the naan.
Other uses I've found for them is burritos, salad wraps, pizza bases and I've even cut and crisped them up in the oven and used with dip. I think the only limits with the wraps is your imagination.
Snack premium white wrap
As the product title suggests these are snack wraps, so a bit smaller in size to the other wraps we tried. Perfect for a lunch snack in the lunch box, which my son was really excited about. And as they are only snack size, you know that you can make up a wrap, pop it in their lunch box and they wont be wasting any of it.
These wraps are a bright white wrap, about the size, or slightly larger, than that of a side (bread) plate. The packaging like the others is easy to open, easy to read, is clear so you can see what is in the packaging, and has all the information about them on the packaging too. I love that the packets re-seal so you can just use one or two (if you have that much self-control) and then you can pop the rest in the freezer.
These wraps would be my kids favourites in terms of being able to take them to school, but second favourites as far as taste goes. I love also that the wraps are not powdery or over sticky, and that they are easy to prepare, just a few seconds in the microwave or frypan and they are warmed up and good to go. And when cooled down they are still just as good.
I was able to try these and I am so glad I did. It has been years since I had a great wrap and now I can say I have found it. I used mine in two different way. The first was with my own home made Fried Chicken pieces. After cooking I cut Breast into slices, I then added coleslaw, cheese, onion and garlic aioli to go with my chicken. I was so pleased I did not have to share and could have had more.
The second time I used them, I made them into a pizza base. They were very yummy as a healthy alternative. I did find they burnt easier as they are thin but once I had sorted that out, they were great. One thing I did notice was if I made the pizza in advance the Wrap stuck to the tray., so I recommend you make it just before you put it in to the oven.
I will defiantly be getting these again and can't wait to try other flavours, I will also be trying the recipes in the book. My flatmate has been told in summer we will be buying more of these.
With eight wraps in the pack these are such great value!! I made so many different dishes with these snack wraps....of course I couldn't wait and wrap one around sliced ham and salad and the wrap just melted in my mouth....they are firm enough to stay together and strong enough to hold all the filling but soft enough to bite of easily with no tearing etc.
Second I made garlic roti and oh my gosh I was in absolute heaven....and it was like magic watching the wrap expand and bubble up in the oil, turn crispy and cook to perfection...and the taste was absolutely amazing it blow my mind that the process would be as simple as it was....these wraps will definitely be purchased again as I am a huge fan of any dish that contains curry and roti in the prefect side dish to have.
I made toastadas as per the instructions in the Farrah recipe book and I couldn't believe the change in colour that the wrap made once they were toasted...I was worried that the wraps looked too white in their natural form but once baked they turned crispy and brownish which looked more appetising. The flavour within the wrap as I have found with all the wraps is great...a much nicer flavour than other wrap brands...whatever Farrah uses in their recipe they must continue.
I used these snack wraps to make a tart shell which I filled with custard and baked in the oven and then topped with frozen berries and I could not believe something that I would only use as a savoury dish suddenly turned into a sweet pudding dish and I couldn't believe how easy it was and how beautiful the dish looked. I didn't take a photograph of the finished dish but this leaves the option open to definitely make the dish again....not that I would need an excuse to make these custard tarts again because I could eat them all day long!
And because the snack wraps are the perfect size I had to use them to make tacos!! I am a regular eater of tacos as I find this is a quick and easy dish to make after a long day at work, and usually I purchase the tacos in a readymade packet but wow so not going back to those after trying these wraps, Farrah wraps all the way for my next feed of tacos!! Soft and tasty and they don't break or crack so I don't end up wearing half of the filling!! Tasty and just well they are just perfect in every aspect!
These were the very first Farrah wraps my husband and I had ever tasted and all I can say is YUM!!!! We were totally hooked from the very first mouthful and to be honest blown away that wraps could actually be what the packet claims - They taste good (are full of flavour), there is no cracking or tearing and at the same time are tender soft, fresh and quite simply just the best!! I highly doubt I will ever be buying any other brand of wraps again!!
I was in the middle of making dinner the night that my wraps for review had arrived in the post and to be honest I just really wanted to try the wraps out.... so I created a satay rice with vege's and cut up chicken breast inside a wrap for our dinner. Both my husband and I ate two of these for dinner and then had one the next day for lunch as well! Definitely well worth the $6 price tag without a doubt!!
I'm a little bit gutted we used all the wraps in what now seems like such a boring option - as a wrap haha sounds dumb but there really is so much more you can do with wraps that I ever realised until now and having the smaller size is a great option for different recipes. When I previously brought other brands of wraps however I would often choose the smaller snack size over the bigger size as I find the smaller size better suited to our needs and more versatile in terms of dinner/lunch wraps. For this personal preference alone, it would be great to see all the flavour options from Farrah Wraps available in both sizes!
Overall these are without a doubt a wonderful wrap and I fully recommend to anyone and everyone to try these out - you wont regret it at all!!!
When asked to come up with an idea for a quick, portable breakfast for the kids to take on an early-start drive, these were the obvious choice to start with. Small size, easy to handle, won't fall apart... a bit of a no-brainer to come up with something really.
My eldest lad is good about food, as long as it has even some flavour, he'll eat it... it's my youngest who has a fussy streak... so I had to come up with one meal they would both eat, because the only other option would have been to make multiple meals and I just didn't have time for that... so it was a family breakfast wrap brainstorm.
The end result... fry-up wrap! Scrambled egg, hashbrowns, bacon, cheese, salami, mustard and aioli... the last one only going on the adult wraps since the kids aren't fond of that sweet garlic taste. The final test was whether fussy Mr 5 was going to eat his... and he did, chowing down on it with great glee since it contained many of his favourite foods. The best bit for me was just that the wrap was so sturdy and reliable, I could relax and drive while he finished the last half on the move.
The wraps lived up to all the hype - being tasty, not cracking or tearing yet remaining quite tender and edible when bitten down on, fresh and flavourful even after being in the pantry for a couple of weeks - an issue we find with many of the cheaper wraps, even those who admit to having preservatives added - so I can't stress how good value these are. The adults got two wraps each, the kids got one each, everyone was full until lunch time, and the pack was empty so I didn't have to worry about wastage. Well worth the $6 price tag.
Overall, an excellent wrap to have on hand for quick and easy snack meals for kids and those who are trying to reduce their dietary intake without sacrificing the foods or flavours they love.
Well I thought I better use the Farrah cook book so decided to use these with the garlic butter in place of Roti's for dinner. Yum! I spread the garlic butter on and cooked for a minute or so on each side in a non stick fry pan and hey presto a Roti with no mess. The kids loved them as did I. Being smaller than the other wraps they actually fitted better in my frying pan too. They puffed up a little so were really crispy and yummy.
We also used these In Miss Five's lunch box to wrap around a banana and then the following day as a jam roll which she loved. I like the size of these and although they are a tad too small for our usual filled wraps they are great for the kids and I would definitely consider buying these for the kids lunch boxes. Because they can be stored they are a great substitute for those days when you run out of bread or the kids just get a bit tired of bread sandwiches. I would probably be a bit more adventurous as well and use them for cheese and marmite scrolls.
I did really like these but wonder if I am now a bit of a connoisseur with the Farrah Wraps and much prefer the fancier "healthier" wraps such as the sunflower and linseed etc. Its hard to go back to white after all the yummy flavours we have tried! So although these are good for the kids I am more likely to buy other flavours in the range!
Heads up people, these snack wraps are awesome! I haven't used these wraps as actual wraps, instead I used them to replace the traditional flour tortillas used in making Enchiladas. The result was quite delicious, I am more than tempted to re-attempt this recipe again sometime. I would like to thank my Dad for that idea. The taste was quite good, after a quick buzz in the oven, the wraps soaked up a lot of the flavour from the mince, which had cheese in it, and the end result was that the taste of the wraps reminded me of eating Nachos.
I don't like to think of these wraps as plain white wraps, but rather blank canvases, you can use these for a lot of things, you don't have to add the right fillings to match the flavour of the wraps. Heck, you could even use these to make dessert wraps, since this type of wrap is neither sweet nor savoury. I think I'll use these snack wraps either for more Enchiladas or something else, and I'll use the premium white wraps to try out the concept of making dessert wraps, because already ideas have started to spawn in my head!
The wraps feel quite healthy, rather low in starch and fat, so that aspect gets a 10/10. The wraps are very cheap, although I would have thought that because of their smaller size, they would me at a smaller price than the regular wraps, but I guess that their size can be compensated for by the large range of uses this product has. Very tasty, and they appear to be quite good at soaking up flavour, so that's something that earns this aspect a full score! All in all, this is one hell of a product, so enjoy!
I came home to my box of wonderful wraps, ripped it open and browsed the content. This packet was on the top and so was the first to be tried. I was intrigued by the basket making device and so stuck the oven straight on.
Before I could master the art of the basket a wrap had vanished and been demolished by my daughter. On the packet there is the declaration that they don't split. I wasn't sure if this would be true due to previous experience and having to microwave wraps to separate them. These lived up to their statement and didn't split, nor need microwaving to separate. Also, they smelled good. Other wraps often have an acid/vinegar smell, these didn't and they just smelled fresh. I did manage to put them out of reach and make the baskets.
The baskets (using a special device) were fun to make and better than that, they tasted wonderful. I am not kidding. They were crisp and kept the dinner in. The wraps held up and were perfect. I can see the baskets with these wraps becoming a regular feature of our dinner. I am seriously happy to find some wraps that I enjoy and don't have to make from scratch. I see that as a big compliment.
The Premium White Snack wraps were the lucky last packet of wraps for me to open. It was a bit sad coming to the end of the stack. Farrah has such a fantastic range of wraps, truly something to suit everyone. When you open a pack, you can feel safe that your wraps will not stick to each other and rip. You can have certainty that fresh out of the pack they will not crack as they are used. Not to mention their versatility from dessert to lunch, breakfast and dinner.
I took the snack wraps to work with me today. I cooked up a pumpkin pasta meal and then I used these wraps with my pasta filling them. I found the size of the wrap was really good. Just right for my hand and despite overfilling a bit, no mess for me. It added an extra bit to the meal so I wasn't hungry again until dinnertime as well.
When I got home I had guests over, so I took most of the rest of the wraps out. I spread them with butter, cut them into wedges and sprinkled with spices and sugar. I then cooked them until they were sweet wafer crackers. My husband was thrilled since he liked the last lot I did and told everyone to try them. The bowl emptied very quickly. However, I also had a very cheeky 13 month old who would toddle into the kitchen, grab some soft snack wrap and then come back for more. She is getting some in her lunchbox tomorrow since she loves it so much. Another winner from Farrah!
Unlike the other packs in the Farrah Wraps range, this pack has eight wraps in it, due to the fact that they are smaller in size. I used these for two things, lunch on two occasions and a dessert.
For our lunch I put falafel, BBQ sauce, mayonnaise, a feta and basil spread and cheese, folded them up as suggested and after securing it by stabbing it with a skewer, popped it in the oven till the cheese melted. The good thing is, that once the skewer was out the wraps held their folded shape and thus were so easy to pick up and gobble down. We enjoyed our mix and the wraps together so much that we had it for lunch again the next day.
When it came to the dessert I was a little more concerned as I wasn't sure how it would hold up after being assembled and cooked. For our dessert I spread a thin layer of margarine on the wraps, a layer of sliced bananas and a thin layer of brown sugar and cinnamon. I rolled it up, no folding, with another skewer to hold its shape and popped it in the oven. My concerns about the melted sugar and the margarine were unneeded as once out the only thing we had to look out for was the dripping sugar.
These were a great size for our lunch and dessert and have a good taste to them. You can taste them there but they don't overpower anything else that you are eating.
I could sum my review of Farrah Wraps - Premium White Snack up in one phrase "Perfect for Kids." As the photo of my three year old illustrates she can hold it easily in one hand without making a big mess. The smaller size also means she is more likely to eat it all so there is less waste, As these packets have eight wraps compared to six in the other Farrah packets it makes it a more economical buy for those of us with children or smaller appetites.
I also tried these in the bake tins and found the bowl they produced was only slightly shallower than one made with the larger wrap. This allowed me to give my girls a smaller serving in their bowl without them wanting the big one like Mummy and Daddy as they hadn't noticed the difference.
The taste of the wrap is very light which means that it could be used for anything savory or sweet. I will be looking to see if my regular supermarket stocks these and if they don't be visiting another one specifically to purchase these.
These are great wraps as they are smaller in size so are great for using for smaller meals or snack foods. I found these wraps worked the best in the wrap bowl mould as they are the exact size of the bowls, so I made a couple of bowls using these for my kids nacho dinner. The bowls crisped up really well and as the wraps were so soft and fresh they were really nice and crispy.
The other thing I made with these was the quesidillas which is a recipe I found on the back of one of the packets using ham and cheese and tomato for my kids for their lunch over the weekend it was a cold day so I decided to cook them something warm for their lunch and these were a hit. We topped a wrap with the ham and cheese and then place another wrap on top and then cooked in the sandwich press until the cheese was melted and the wrap was a nice golden colour. The kids loved these and it was a nice alternative to your standard toasted sandwich.
These ones are great for my son who is only 1 as they are more the perfect size for him I made his edible bowls out of these ones as they are the right size for the size of the meals he has. He loved the edible bowls and would eat them more than the contents inside the bowl. Also with the toasted sandwich it was the right size for his little hands once cut into quarters. I would like to see the high fibre white wraps in this size for my boy as I love the idea of the high fibre white but would like it in a smaller wrap for my son.
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