Grilled Chicken Caesar Wrap

For an easy, protein-packed lunch, pack a Grilled Chicken Caesar Wrap! Rediscover all your favorite Caesar Salad flavors in sandwich form.

Nothing makes me happier than transforming a salad into a sandwich.

Well, except for eating the aforementioned sandwich.

For an easy, protein-packed lunch, pack a Grilled Chicken Caesar Wrap! Rediscover all your favorite Caesar Salad flavors in sandwich form.

With just a few fresh, tasty ingredients you can have the whole thing set to go in under 5 minutes.

For an easy, protein-packed lunch, pack a Grilled Chicken Caesar Wrap! Rediscover all your favorite Caesar Salad flavors in sandwich form.

The Chicken

Not only is this wrap delicious, it’s a great way to put leftover chicken to work. This is one of my favorite ways to grill chicken. Not into grilling? Try my easy poached chicken recipe. Or, maybe you have some leftover rotisserie chicken on hand. Use it here!

The Sauce

Caesar Salad Dressing is one of those classics, and it’s SO easy to make at home. My version doesn’t use egg yolks or anchovies, either.

For an easy, protein-packed lunch, pack a Grilled Chicken Caesar Wrap! Rediscover all your favorite Caesar Salad flavors in sandwich form.
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Grilled Chicken Caesar Wrap

For an easy, protein-packed lunch, pack a Grilled Chicken Caesar Wrap! Rediscover all your favorite Caesar Salad flavors in sandwich form.
Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 4 servings
Calories 648 kcal

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. 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.

  2. 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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4 comments


  1. 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!


  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!!!

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


  3. Talk about a no fuss wrap! Love the video :)

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