These Gluten-Free Spring Rolls Are Only 230 Calories

Are you looking for a go-to recipe that won't weigh you down or take you all evening to make? Enter these spring rolls stuffed with shrimp, juicy mango and fresh mint.

Need a go-to summer recipe that’s quick to make and won’t weigh you down? These shrimp and mango spring rolls should do the trick.
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The Vietnamese rice paper wrapper used here is called "banh trang." It comes in a package looking stiff and plastic-like, but after you soak it briefly in water, it becomes pliable and is the perfect package to hold all your delicious fillings.

Shrimp & Mango Rolls

Juicy + naturally sweet... this easy-to-make roll is a MUST for summer!! Recipe + nutrition info:

Posted by LIVESTRONG.COM on Wednesday, July 26, 2017

About those fillings: Shrimp are low in calories, rich in protein and high in selenium and vitamin B-12. Meanwhile, mango is juicy and naturally sweet, not to mention it's packed with fiber and vitamin A. And last but not least, the beloved avocado is high in good-for-you monounsaturated fats, which promote heart health.

At 232 calories and 14 grams fat per spring roll, you can eat more than a couple of these for lunch or dinner and still feel great about your life decisions. And if you're craving a sweet-and-spicy sauce to dip your spring rolls into, try this one featuring lime, avocado and cilantro.

Recipe and Nutritional Info: Shrimp and Mango Rolls With Cilantro-Lime Dressing

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