These Peanut Chicken Wraps are ready
in under 10 minutes.
Ingredients and Substitutes:
We batch BBQ chicken and steak on weekends to keep us on track during the week. Using pre-cooked sliced chicken breast you’re able to make these wraps in under 10 minutes.
I use Lavash bread or my favorite wrap. You could easily turn this into a salad also.
Sliced green and purple cabbage, shaved carrots, sliced red bell pepper and chopped green onions. Add chopped peanuts if desired.
You can sub PB2 with your favorite creamy peanut or almond butter. I like using Barneys Almond Butter. Macros with change.
You are going to love how quick and easy this recipe is. Easily turn this into a salad by adding more cabbage and some greens. I would also suggest you add a little extra water to make the dressing thinner to cover the salad evenly. If you’re feeling adventures, make it into a pita pizza.
Prep veggies, chicken and sauce.
Roll like a burrito and enjoy! You can sear it if desired.
If you like this wrap be sure to check out some of our other easy meals!
“ohsnapmacros Peanut Chicken Wraps”
Peanut Chicken Wraps
- 2 Joseph's Lavash (full - can swap with your favorite see notes)
- 6 oz. cooked chicken breast
- 1/2 cup sliced green cabbage 65g
- 1/2 cup sliced red cabbage 65g
- 1/4 medium bell pepper, thinly sliced 50g
- Shaved carrot - using potato peeler 20g
- Chopped green onion
- 4 tbsp. powdered PB2 26g
- 4 tsp. Coconut Aminos 20g
- Red Pepper Flakes
- 2 tbsp. Water
- In a small bowl whisk together peanut sauce ingredients and set aside.
- Chop and prep veggies and chicken.
- Lay out lavash or wrap of choice flat and top with veggies, chicken and peanut sauce. Wrap like a burrito and enjoy. Makes 2 wraps.
I made these for last week’s meal prep (doubled the recipe)!! I LOVED the sauce and combination of veggies. I looked all over my small rural town and could not find lavash bread so I put this on top of salad a few days and then wrapped it up in a flat-out bread. Come lunch time, I was hungry and they tasted so so good and were very satisfying!! Love your recipes!!!
Yum!!! Sounds delicious! You can order them online too 🙂
These macros are for one wrap correct?
Yes, one wrap.
The recipe says 5 servings but there is only 6 oz of chicken. I’m thinking one wrap cut in half with 3 oz of chicken per wrap–would that be correct? If so, would that be 4 servings? I’m just a little confused.
Hi, not sure where you’re seeing 5 servings. The recipe is 2 servings. 3 oz. chicken per wrap which is one full serving.
Made this but with a low-carb tortilla. Grilled chicken in the air fryer so it took seconds to make! cant wait to have this for lunch tomorrow