Whether you’re looking for a light dinner or hoping to find new ways to prep lunch, these easy and healthy chicken wrap recipes have you covered.
From Middle Eastern shawarma to Thai collard wraps, this list will take you around the world and back again with recipes you’ll want to save!
And though some will walk you through cooking the chicken, there’s no shame in using leftover rotisserie chicken for any of these tasty meals.
Hot or cold, these easy chicken wrap recipes are fantastic for families or for lunch on the go.
Best Chicken Wraps for Quick, Portable Meals
All the Greek essentials rolled up in a tortilla, and good on the go? Sign me up!
For this recipe, you’re looking at a short list of feta, veggies, chicken, and seasoning.
Like your favorite sheet pan chicken recipe, you won’t be short on flavor – just dirty dishes!
Buffalo chicken wraps are the perfect mid-week meal to keep you going until the weekend.
My family loves the kick of buffalo to spice up their lunches, but we often have these for dinner too.
Serve them with crispy sweet potato fries to make it a complete meal.
And if you like a little more heat, don’t be afraid to play with the ratio of Ranch and buffalo sauce!
I fell in love with Middle Eastern food many years ago. The robust flavors from a grove of spices are a delightful way to recreate this next chicken wrap!
The most important part of this recipe is marinating the chicken to make it shawarma ready.
Mix up clove with coriander, cumin, cardamom, cayenne, paprika, olive oil, and lemon juice, and make sure you let the chicken sit for at least a few hours.
Talk about flavor!
These low-carb lettuce wraps make for such a refreshing and tasty twist!
I love finding copycat recipes and adding them to our home cookbooks! Especially easy Asian chicken recipes that I know everyone will love.
The sauce on the chicken is the key to this recipe. So, you’ll want to check your local Asian market or diverse superstore to find some of these ingredients.
I just love how light these lettuce wraps are, and yet how satisfying they end up being.
The chicken is cooked in a creative sauce with lemon honeysuckle tea, brown sugar, garlic, red wine vinegar, red pepper flakes, soy sauce, and ginger.
As I’m sure you can imagine, the chicken is bursting with flavor!
If the picture isn’t enough to sell you on this chicken wrap recipe, I don’t know what will!
Not only will this recipe leave you with delicious, juicy, and tender slow-cooked chicken, but the contrast of sweet peppers and tomatoes paired with spice is irresistible.
Plus, it’s the kind of easy family dinner that will have everyone elbowing their way to the table.
Healthy and portable meals don’t have to be difficult or lack flavor! And these avocado wraps are proof.
With just seven ingredients, they’re both frugal and nutritionally balanced.
I definitely recommend taking the time to grill the tortillas after they’ve been filled. The crunch is undeniably scrumptious.
How have I gone so long without making delicious roasted chickpeas?
This recipe uses shawarma seasoned chicken stuffed into a pita or a tortilla with a few other fresh and crunchy ingredients.
No matter how you wrap it, this is next-level Mediterranean food!
Caesar salad on the go might not sound like a good plan, but when you wrap it all up, you’d be amazed at how tidy it can be.
Use tortillas if you prefer, but I love using lettuce for these because it’s lighter and adds a bit of extra crunch to the mix.
Simply shred your favorite rotisserie chicken, add caesar salad dressing, parmesan, and croutons, and nestle it all in a bed of butter lettuce.
Oh, and if you want something extra indulgent, add some strips of bacon too!
These keto wraps are a fantastic low-carb lunch or dinner option, and they’re perfect for the Thai lovers out there.
I just know you’ll love the variation of collard greens, tender chicken, and that dreamy peanut dipping sauce.
Feel free to keep the raw crunch of dark green collard leaves, or blanch them for a softer wrap.
Avocado is such a versatile ingredient, and I frequently enjoy it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. But this might be my new favorite avocado recipe!
You’ll combine chopped chicken with avocado, tomatoes, and more until it’s well blended and creamy.
The ingredients come together in just ten minutes and look a lot like hearty, flavor-packed guacamole.
If you don’t like the idea of roll-ups, spread it over a toasted bagel, or use it as part of your favorite avocado toast recipe.
No list of chicken wraps would be complete without this classic American recipe we all know and love: chicken, bacon, and Ranch.
This version, though, has a slight twist. Instead of relying on tortillas, you’ll make these with lettuce, for something lighter and low-carb.
I’m a huge fan of crescent roll recipes. They’re quick and easy, and you know they’ll be a hit no matter what.
This spin on chicken, bacon, and Ranch is no exception. Best served warm, the only problem is waiting for them to cool!
Bake the pre-cooked chicken tenders and bacon inside the dough with lots of cheese, and a little Ranch dressing.
Don’t overfill these babies or they’ll burst and make a mess. But don’t worry, you’ll have extra Ranch on the side.
These sesame wraps are perfectly prepared with homemade peanut sauce and a wonderful kick of spicy ginger.
I think ginger is such an underused ingredient in savory meals, which is a shame because it adds a lovely bite and deep flavor.
If you’re not able to find bibb lettuce, any butter lettuce will work. Or, of course, you could use tortillas or even rice as a bed for your saucy chicken.
This recipe is perfect to use up leftover rotisserie chicken, or barbecue chicken from your last cookout!
Even if you’re not typically a fan of cilantro, it balances really well mixed in with saucy BBQ chicken and red onion. That said, you can leave it out if you prefer!
The pan-fried tortillas add a crunch that is the perfect finish to these simple wraps.
While everyone’s busy debating if pineapple belongs on pizza, why not make a stand with these pineapple teriyaki chicken wraps?
Delicious and juicy chicken that’s grilled is something you just can’t beat. But add a layer of fruity tang and you’ve got something to die for.
I don’t think there’s a flavor combo quite like cilantro and lime, and it’s the key to making these chicken wraps perfect.
Plus chunks of avocado, tomato, and sour cream. Yum!
And don’t worry; they might be low-carb, but they’re super filling.
This recipe is one I come back to time and time again. I just never tire of that classic combination of flavors.
Shredded chicken and bacon paired with chunks of tomato and mango, lightly dressed with an avocado spread. What’s not to love?
These are the most refreshing, scrumptous, and filling wraps to add to your lunchbox.
If you need something different to spruce up your weekly lunch menu, promise me you’ll make these!
Strawberries with juicy chicken, nutritious spinach, crunchy bacon, and creamy feta are all made that much better with a delightful poppyseed dressing.
This dish is simple, healthy, and honestly beyond amazing.
I can’t oversell this chicken wrap recipe!
It’s beyond delicious and though the ingredient list may look daunting, you likely have most of it already in your kitchen already.
These wraps are perfect for any season, and any meal of the day.
Just don’t make them too far in advance, as the crunch of the veggies is a key element.
If you like Southwestern cuisine, you’ll love these yummy loaded wraps.
These are so simple to throw together with produce you have on hand, plus a few frozen chicken tenders.
Not only are they tasty, but they’re crazy-quick, making them ideal for a busy weeknight.
To make these fresh and fabulous wraps, you’ll want to grab your favorite hummus, spring mix salad, feta, red onion, and cherry tomatoes.
Don’t stress about the chicken, these are amazing with a store-bought rotisserie.
No matter how you stir it, cilantro and lime are made for each other!
The chicken for these wraps can be made ahead of time in a slow cooker, or tossed together and cooked on the stove.
As fabulous as the cooked chicken, black beans, onion, and corn are, they are even better after cooling off!
So go ahead and make a double batch for dinner, and lunch.
Burritos, wraps…potato-potahto, right?
No matter what you call it, it’s never been easier to bring the zesty flavors of Chipotle right into your home.
Chicken, guac, beans, rice, and cheese all cozy rolled up in a tortilla. I’m halfway to the kitchen!
With an eight ingredient list, and pesto and artichoke hearts at the core, this recipe is always a win! Served hot or cold, you can’t go wrong.
The arugula in these wraps adds zesty greens, and is well balanced with sweet fresh basil.
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