Food & Drink

Chicken Caesar Wrap

Excerpted from Katie Workman’s The Mom 100 Cookbook

You can also add thin slices of peeled cucumber or chopped tomato.


  • 2 large (10-inch) wraps or tortillas
  • 1½ cups shredded romaine lettuce tossed with ½ cup Caesar salad dressing, homemade or store-bought
  • 1 cup shredded cooked chicken (about 1 large chicken breast)
  • 2 teaspoons mayonnaise, or 2 teaspoons more Caesar salad dressing


  1. Place the wraps or tortillas on a work surface. Spread half of the Caesar salad over each wrap, leaving bare about one quarter of the wrap on the side farthest away from you. Spoon ½ cup of the shredded chicken over the salad on each wrap. Using a knife, smear 1 teaspoon of the mayonnaise along the edge of the bare portion of each of the wraps.
  2. Roll each wrap up toward the bare portion, using the mayonnaise to seal the wraps. Cut the wraps as desired before serving.

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