Chicken Ranch Lunch Wraps

Homemade Chicken Ranch Snack Wraps

My husband loves eating snack wraps from a certain fast food place, but oftentimes they are small and two of them is just a snack- and a pricey snack at that! Sometimes I make him homemade snack wraps but I don’t like to call them snack wraps, because mine are bigger and much more filling! Instead, we call them Chicken Ranch Lunch Wraps.

Chicken Ranch Snack Wraps Ingredients

Chicken Ranch Lunch Wraps
Author: Monica
Prep time:
Total time:
Serves: 1
  • Tortilla
  • Ranch Dressing
  • Lettuce
  • Chicken Nuggets or Breaded Chicken Patties (Cooked and Cooled)
  • Shredded Cheese
  1. Put a large spoonful of ranch on the tortilla, spread it around so that every bite will have some ranch in it.
  2. Lay out your lettuce so that it covers the ranch, and lay the chicken down.
  3. Sprinkle with cheese, then wrap. Hold wrap together with a toothpick if needed.

Chicken Snack Wraps

A couple of these snack wraps make a great lunch- it’s tasty enough that my husband won’t go out and buy something instead! If I can make him great lunches at home it saves us alot of money on going out to eat, plus it’s a tiny bit healthier than what you would buy at a restaurant.

Chicken Snack Wraps for Lunch

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Thanksgiving is just two weeks away! Need ideas to use your leftover turkey in? Well I have plenty of ideas! I usually buy a second turkey to cook another time just so that I have the leftovers, a turkey around Thanksgiving is usually the cheapest meat per ounce you can buy. My basic idea is that I can use turkey instead of chicken for almost any recipe. Instead of “Winner, winner chicken dinner” we’re saying “Winner, winner turkey dinner”!

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I will be adding more recipes as I come up with the actual measurements for the ingredients (most of the time I just throw stuff together) so check back and see what’s new. You can follow me on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook where I will post updates!

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