Chicken, Bacon, Avocado Grilled Wraps
Is anyone else really good at waiting until the last minute in the day to start thinking about what to make for dinner? I think I am queen of this department. I stay at home, therefore, one would think that I’d be a little more proficient in this area but I am just.so.not. I have “tried” the whole meal planning thing before but it just simply doesn’t work for us. Lover Boy tends to gets home at a different time each day, my taste buds are like a teenager going through puberty, they change daily! So it just doesn’t work.
I didn’t have anything planned once Lover Boy was on his way home from work the other day, so he said that he would pick something up and come home and make it. Woo hoo! To my dismay he brought home a rotisserie chicken. It is no surprise to him that I don’t like chicken but he assured I would like what he made. He ended up making a cold chicken wrap, the very first thing he has made in our 9 years of him cooking for me that I didn’t like.
Last night we had leftovers from that chicken so I decided to take the wrap to the next level…and guess what? I liked it, chicken and all!!
Let me show you how I made it! It is soooo easy!
First I cooked 3 pieces of bacon, 1 ½ pieces for each of us. (Resist the urge to put 10 slices on your wrap!)
Lay pieces of bacon on top of a tortilla
Add shredded rotisserie chicken (this was LB’s, i didn’t add as much chicken for mine)
Top with a handful of shredded cheddar cheese and drizzle with ranch dressing
Top with diced tomatoes, lettuce and avocado
Roll up and put in the George Forman or panini maker
Ta da! It was a piece of cake to make and it tasted great!
- Shredded rotisserie chicken
- Shredded cheddar cheese
- Ranch dressing
- Diced tomatoes
- Shredded lettuce
- Soft tortilla shells
- Shred your rotisserie chicken and place on top of soft tortilla shell
- Layer with cooked bacon, avocado, cheddar cheese, ranch dressing, tomatoes, and lettuce
- Close tortilla shell (or layer with a 2nd shell) and cook in a panini maker or George Forman until warmed and shell is slightly crispy