I added the blue cheese separate because my daughter eats a lot of things, but not blue cheese or mushroom.
1 cup shredded cooked chicken
4 oz cream cheese
1 small onion finely chopped (optinal)
1/2 cup chicken broth
1/4 cup hot pepper sauce (I used Franks)
3 oz blue cheese
1 stalk celery julienned
1 carrot julienned
In a sauce pan saute the onions until tender, add the cream cheese until smooth and creamy, then add the chicken and broth until well mixed, then add in the hot sauce and mix well. You can add the blue cheese at this time if you want and everyone likes it with blue cheese...or you could always add ranch dressing but I like it with the blues cheese. Adjust the consistency with the broth and the heat with the amount of hot pepper sauce that you use.
Lay the filling on the wrap, add blue cheese, shredded carrots, celery and what other toppings that you'd like, cilantro, pickles, lettuce what ever you like...go wild!!
Oh I love this sammie-wrap! I brought one with me today featuring pastrami, yellow pepper, lettuce, mustard...but this one is calling to me now! Hugs from Wine Country California :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Jenn, your sammie sounds good too! So good to hear you made it safe and sound to your new home!Delete
No doubt your version of the buffalo chicken wrap is far healthier, definitely just as delicious.ReplyDelete
Thanks, that is another good reason to make it at home, you know you can make it healthier!Delete
you know, i've so crazy over wraps that i do eat make quite frquently. Your chicken buffalo filling sounds delicious, i'll be happy if i can have them now!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Lena, I've been making a lot of wraps lately. My family likes them a lot!Delete
Lyndsey, buffalo wings are the few Western food I like before I met my Quay Lo but not in wraps. Got to try making this at home. Sounded so good to me. Sending you my love from LA:D hugsReplyDelete
I like that you can have them as spicy hot as you like.Delete
The wrap looks very tasty with buffalo chicken filling!ReplyDelete
Lynsey, I finished dinner, not long ago and now, I am hungry again. That photo is definitely having a conversation with me.ReplyDelete
Oh thanks...so nice of you to say!Delete
quick and yummy wrap.ReplyDelete
I love buffalo chicken wings. Never heard of buffalo wrap. Love the name :D Your wrap looks very delicious. Would make a lovely lunch for me :DReplyDelete
All the flavor of Buffalo wings without the bones! I like them best for lunch!Delete
Hmm your wrap sounds like a great lunch for me and my kids! I like wrapping some veggies in theirs so that they will eat it without too much fuss. xD Have a great long weekend Lyndsey!ReplyDelete
Thanks, I did end up adding some arugula into some of the wraps. My daughter like lettuce with hers. It's a great way to sneak in all those veggies!Delete
wow...the buffalo chicken wraps look so delicious n yummy !!!never tried buffalo chickne in warps before :-)ReplyDelete
It is pretty simple to make and tasty!Delete
Gre at wrap and I was just telling my bro how lovely you areReplyDelete
Thanks Rebecca! I always say the same about you. My daughter was impressed with you, she is following you on FB.Delete
I've been in a chicken-wrap mode the last week. Adding this to my list - love your use of cream cheese - a little spice -= a little smooth - just lovely. Bird feeders and squirrels and cats, oh my! Our yard is filled with them!ReplyDelete
What a great wrap! I think this would be very popular in my kitchen!!! Have a fabulous holiday weekend~ReplyDelete
Summer and wraps just seem to go together. I have been craving some sort of wrap, but didn't quite know in which direction to head. Thanks for steering me to this recipe. ;-)ReplyDelete
I like that this wrap does not have a lot of different elements in the filling. If the meat has great flavor, it need not have a ton of other things there and your celery and carrot were great choices. Enjoy the weekend!ReplyDelete
I have tortillas, I have cooked chicken; perfect lunch; thank you.ReplyDelete
Oh buffalo sauce, how I love thee. SOunds like a tasty wrap!ReplyDelete
Lyndsey-I love your delicious and healthy buffalo chicken wrap...a welcome for lunch any time!ReplyDelete
So sorry for not visiting sooner, it's been one week now that I lost Prince, and I'm still just not quite over it yet...forgetting to comment back is one of them!
Such a great photo of your neighbor's cat watching the bird feed...the squirrel probably wanted to have some too, but is it good for them?