Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Cajun Chicken Caesar Wrap

Sometimes I get a day off during the week and like to surprise my hubby with a nice lunch instead of him having to throw together a pb&j or a bowl of cheerios for his mid day meal. Today was one of those days. By the way, before I started making lunch I went to the CUTEST little coffee shop in our neighborhood called Orange Spot Coffee that recently opened. I am totally obsessed. If you are in the area, please support these local gals. They are awesome.

Because I spent too much time at the this coffee house, I ran out of time and had to think of something quick to make before AJ got home. I was certainly not going to fail at the one housewife duty I had for the day. A Cajun Chicken Caesar Wrap was the first thing that popped into my mind! This meal literally took 7 minutes to make and it was freakin' delicious. He even said it was better than Jersey Mike's!  Sorry Mike, can't win em all! The seasoning just makes it so much more than a plain caesar wrap that you can get just anywhere.

You will need:

- 1 bag romaine lettuce
- 1 chicken breast sliced through the middle
- caesar dressing
- large flour tortillas
- Cajun seasoning

(Enough for 2 wraps)

I sprinkled the cajun seasoning pretty generously over the chicken and rubbed it in good while the skillet was heating up.

After about 3-4 minutes on each side the chicken should be cooked and sliced into 1/2 inch pieces. Layer the tortilla with romaine lettuce, dressing and chicken. Roll her up and stick a toothpick in her! She's done.

If you can't make this, please let me know and I'll sign you up for Food Network's, Worst Cooks in America. Because it's that easy and that good.


  1. Those look yummy! Have you watched Worst Cooks? I really sometimes can't believe how BAD they are, and how they really do not know how to cook! Sort of crazy!

    1. I have watched it a couple times and it really is crazy! Especially since a lot of those people are older and should know at least the basics. Cray!

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