Baked Buffalo Chicken Wraps

Saturday, January 23, 2016

 Baked buffalo chicken wraps are a great quick and lower in calorie alternative to eating chicken wings in hot sauce. 

There are times we have leftover rotisserie chicken and I am always eager to use it up in a new recipe. These were over the top great and I would make buffalo boneless chicken now just to make these wraps!







Here is a healthy way to make these delicious stuffed tortilla. Baked in the oven, they still come out crispy and half the calories than what comes from frying them.

I love to top they with lettuce, tomato, a little salsa, sour cream and olives. That make the best meal all in itself.











There are times we have leftover wings or even rotisserie chicken and I am always eager to use it up in a new recipe. These were over the top great and I would make buffalo boneless chicken now just to make these wraps!




Baked Buffalo Chicken Wraps Recipe

Flour Tortilla Wraps any flavor or plain
Leftover boneless chicken mixed with some hot sauce (or just baked or boil a few boneless chicken breasts with hot sauce then shred them with two forks)
Blue cheese dressing low fat or use yogurt for even less calories
Freshly cracked black pepper
Shredded sharp cheddar cheese a few teaspoons

Place one wrap on a parchment lined cookie sheet. Add sliced boneless buffalo chicken on it in the center. Add with blue cheese dressing or yogurt, then sprinkle with shredded cheese. Fold them into squares, placing seam side down. Spray with butter flavored oil cooking spray and bake on 400 degrees until browned and crispy.  Garnish with shredded lettuce, tomatoes and anything else you like on top.


2 comments

  1. Anything that is made with a buffalo chicken flavor is a guaranteed winner, in my buffalo-loving opinion! I like that it has a wrap around it so that it's easier to pick up and enjoy! Happy 2016 Claudia!

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  2. Yes oh yes. Love every combination of buffalo chicken (with chunky blue cheese) under the sun! these are perfect! (And low-carb!)

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