Bee’s Wrap is, by design, versatile — ready to cover a bowl, wrap up leftover ingredients, or pack a snack for the road. It’s also user friendly. Maybe you’re a Smoosher, quickly gathering a wrap round a piece of fruit and pressing the edges together freestyle. Maybe you’re a Folder, making a tidy envelope around herbs or a loaf of bread.
If you’re looking to expand your repertoire of Bee’s Wrap techniques, read on for our step-by-step instructions to whip up a clever origami pouch. We love using this technique to pack crackers, nuts, berries, popcorn, or other tasty snacks for our lunch box or backpack.
Step 1: Lay your wrap flat, at an angle with one corner pointing toward you. Any size will work; we’re using a medium wrap here.
Step 2: Bring the bottom corner up to the top, aligning the right edges.
Step 3: Bring the right corner of your wrap up to the left edge, a few inches from the top.
Step 4: Fold the left part across, aligning the point with the right edge.
Step 5: Use the warmth of your hands to seal the wrap to itself.
Step 6: At the top of your pouch, fold the smaller, interior triangle down.
Step 7: Pick your pouch up and fill with yummy snacks!
Step 8: Fold top triangle over to seal. Voilá!