Part salad, part sandwich, and entirely delicious—that’s the Grilled Chicken Caesar Wrap. Hopefully, coming soon to a plate near you!

Grilled chicken Caesar wraps on a wood cutting board with chips.

How to make Grilled Chicken Caesar Wrap:

  1. Choose your favorite flatbread. It can be gluten-free, low-carb, naan, a tortilla, anything that you and your household want to bite into.

    Part salad, part sandwich, and entirely delicious—that’s the Grilled Chicken Caesar Wrap. Hopefully, coming soon to a plate near you!

  2. Then chop up a bunch of washed romaine lettuce.
  3. Let’s wrap! Place the flatbread on a clean work surface, then spread on a layer of Caesar dressing. Arrange the chicken slices and throw on a big handful of chopped lettuce.

  4. A little Parmesan cheese over the top, and roll up into a tidy, handheld wrap. Roll up in waxed paper or aluminum foil and pop into the refrigerator until you’re ready to eat.
  5. A little side of Caesar dressing for dipping between bites wouldn’t hurt, either—just saying.

Are Chicken Caesar Wraps healthy?

Compared to Subway or any fast food places that serve chicken Caesar wraps nearby, making your own meals for lunch or dinner is infinitely better for you, without as many hidden calories and food recalls. Best of all, you can control the ingredients and the portion size in your very own kitchen.

Throwing on a couple extra chicken breasts on the grill to eat during the week is economical, healthier and saves time. This sandwich only takes a minute to assemble, and you’re out the door with a pretty wonderful and healthy lunch that you didn’t have to stand in line for during your lunch hour.

Caesar Wrap without romaine lettuce:

Need a romaine lettuce alternative? In place of romaine lettuce, use chopped kale. Healthy dark green kale tastes best when the salad dressing has a little time to soften the greens, though, so massage the kale in a little dressing beforehand.

Other great lettuces that pack a lot of crunch: green leaf lettuce, iceberg lettuce, or butterhead lettuces like Bibb or Boston.

Part salad, part sandwich, and entirely delicious—that’s the Grilled Chicken Caesar Wrap. Hopefully, coming soon to a plate near you!

How long does a Chicken Caesar Wrap keep?

Stored properly in the refrigerator or a cooler with ice, the sandwich is best eaten within a day or two. However, this all depends on the flatbread and how well the lettuce holds up. They’re best eaten the day they’re made!

How to make a spicy Chicken Caesar Wrap:

Here’s a few different ways to add some heat to the situation…
Add sriracha chili sauce to the Caesar dressing and spread it on the bread.
Marinate the chicken breasts in harissa, a chili paste that has a delicious, slow burn, before grilling.
Chopped pickled red peppers or homemade giardiniera wrapped up in the flatbread for a pickled spicy pop.

Grilled chicken Caesar wraps on a wood cutting board.

Grilled Chicken Caesar Wrap

This Grilled Chicken Caesar Wrap is part salad, part sandwich, and completely crowd-pleasing. Try my easy 10-minute wrap recipe to make the most of rotisserie or leftover chicken.
5 from 4 votes
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 5 mins
Total Time 10 mins
Servings 4 servings
Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Calories 457



  • Working with one at a time or assembling all wraps at once, place flatbread on a flat surface. Spread Caesar dressing in an even layer.
  • Top with romaine lettuce, chicken, and Parmesan cheese. Roll tightly, slice in half if desired, and serve. Or, wrap in foil and keep refrigerated until lunch time.

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Calories: 457kcalCarbohydrates: 4gProtein: 39gFat: 31gSaturated Fat: 9gCholesterol: 114mgSodium: 850mgPotassium: 399mgFiber: 1gSugar: 2gVitamin A: 4335IUVitamin C: 2mgCalcium: 339mgIron: 2mg
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  1. Is the grated Parmesan cheese used in the Caesar dressing fresh grated or canned grated? Is the bag Parm. OK to use if I don’t have a “hunk” of cheese to grate myself? I would think the dressing should be “lump” free? What kind of Parm. will give me bet flavor without lumps? Anxious to try it! Tig

  2. I was wondering what to do with some left over roast chicken breasts. I cut them into strips, skillet fried them in oil and butter, S&P, made your Caesar dressing (with a few taste preference adjustments) rolled them in a lightly fried gluten-free burrito wrapper and it now is in the “what’s for lunch” lineup.   Delicioso!!!5 stars

    1. You are just the best!!!! What were your taste-preference adjustments on the Caesar? Just curious. ;)

  3. Love how simple this is, Meggan, and love the little video too – it’s perfect! 

    Definitely going to check out your egg-yolk-and-anchovy-free dressing, too!5 stars