Chicken Caesar Salad Wrap Recipe #SundaySupper

This is the third and final week for The Mom 100 Cookbook series for Sunday Supper. I have gotten a ton of great new ideas and I hope you have too. In June, I made the Turkey Meat Sauce Lasagna from Katie Workman’s cookbook. It has become a new favorite for our family! And last month I featured my twist on quesadillas with the Pizza Quesadillas. These are fast becoming a staple in our house it seems.

This week we’re talking about back-to-school! Why does it seem that the summer always flies by? I can’t believe my own kids have only a couple of more weeks left until school starts. And every year seems to be a little bit different with a new routine to get used to. I know I sure can use all the help I can with new recipe ideas that are quick, easy and most importantly, delicious! This week I did a variation on the wraps section of Workman’s book. We love Caesar salads topped with chicken so when I discovered a similar wrap at our local grocery store I had to try it! It was delcious and I thought to myself, this would be so easy to make for lunch for our own lunchboxes. My daughter especially loves this wrap! The store-bought variety has a bit more lunchmeat than we like so that’s what is great about making our own…we can totally customize it. And that’s the tip that Workman gives…customize a wrap to make it your own!

It’s pretty simple to put together and best of all you can make it the night before and store in the refrigerator to put into a lunch tote before heading to school or work. (I also grate my own parmesan cheese–you can find out how but checking out my post here). Yum!

Chicken Caesar Salad Wrap Recipe #SundaySupper
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Serves: 1 wrap
  • 1 medium size whole wheat tortilla
  • 3 slices of chicken lunchmeat (we like the Boar's Head rotisserie chicken)
  • 1 large leaf of green lettuce, washed
  • 1-2 tablespoon grated or shredded parmesan cheese
  • 1-2 tablespoons prepared Caesar salad (commercially prepared or make your own)
  1. Spread dressing on entire tortilla. Sprinkle with paremesan cheese. Layer lettuce on tortilla and top with chicken slices on two-thirds of tortilla. Roll up one side then roll all ingredients up and secure with a toothpick if necessary. Enjoy!
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Serving size: 1 wrap

Just a few simple ingredients is all it takes to whip up this tasty wrap!

Spread the dressing on the tortilla first–then sprinkle on the cheese.

Layer everything on the tortilla–I kind of shift it to one side a bit (which this picture doesn’t really show but I do do it).

If you’re looking for some ideas to help you get family-friendly meals on the table this year, then be sure to check out The Mom 100 Cookbook. You can read my review of it here–it really is a great resource for tons of great recipes. Or check out the author’s blog for even more tips and recipes to get you started.

Lastly, be sure to join us this Sunday for #SundaySupper Around the Family Table with Katie Workman at 7pm ET. Katie is so much fun and will be sharing her Easy Back to School Recipes during our chat. And many thanks to Isabel at Family Foodie for starting the #SundaySupper movement and getting us all talking and sharing. We’d love for you to join us and share your tips and inspiration. Let’s make this the best school year yet for our kids!

Easy Breakfast ideas:

Lunchbox Wraps:
Easy Weekday Suppers:
After School Snacks:

We will be sharing great family recipes all day and want you to share yours with us! Join us at 7pm ET for our #SundaySupper Chat with Katie Workman. Follow us on twitter by using hashtag #Sundaysupper or using Tweetchat. We love to feature your recipes on our #sundaysupper pinterest board and share them with all our followers.

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