Simple Mediterranean Chicken & Hummus Wraps are packed with flavor and so delicious! Layered with humus, rotisserie chicken, fresh veggies and feta cheese! They’re perfect for a simple lunch or dinner.
Actually, what I’m really trying to wrap my head around is how I got to be this old? It just doesn’t seem possible that my fourth son is graduating and I’m going to be left with only one son in high school. It’s bittersweet, but honestly, mostly bitter for me.
I hate that my boys are growing up. If I could turn the clock back even 10 years I would do it in a heartbeat. I know, maybe I’m crazy, but I loved having all five of them here under one roof. I loved going to ball games even when we sometimes had three games a night. I loved watching them play Ninja Turtles, Star Wars, Legos, etc. with their friends. I loved hearing episode after episode of SpongeBob, Magic School Bus and/or Arthur (just to name a few) in the background while I was cleaning or in the kitchen.
If you’re lucky enough to still have young ones at home, enjoy every single second with them because you’ll blink and before you know it, they’ll be graduating from high school💔.
Anyway, I’m kind of a blubbering mess right now so I’m going to talk food because food always makes me happy.
If your summer is jam packed with craziness and you’re just wanting to find easy, delicious meals, then these Simple Mediterranean Chicken & Hummus Wraps have got your name written all over them.
The beauty of these is not only how delicious and easy they are to make, but how versatile they are. You can use pita bread, flatbread or even flour tortillas. If you don’t like kalamata olives, leave them off or use black olives. You can put lots of hummus on them, or just spread a little. . . are you catching on here?
These are fantastic and so adaptable, you’re going to love them!!
You can see in the recipe card that I didn’t even put amounts for most of the ingredients, that’s because there really is no exact recipe here. Even the tomato mixture you can adjust to your liking. If you don’t like red onion, leave it out. If you want more cucumber, then put more in, etc.
Do I have to use a rotisserie chicken?
Of course not, I just love using rotisserie chicken because first off, it’s delicious and second, because of how convenient it is. Using rotisserie chicken makes these wraps even easier and quicker to throw together. You can cook and shred your own chicken and I also think grilled chicken would be fabulous on these. Just season a few chicken breasts and throw them on your grill. You could even marinate them in your favorite marinade.
What flavor of Hummus should I use?
I love to use roasted red pepper hummus, but plain is just fine or any flavor that you love. You can use store bought or homemade. I always go with the store bought stuff, again because it’s so good and makes these simple.(I’m all about simplifying here in case you couldn’t tell.)
I could seriously eat these every single day and never get tired of them. Oh and depending on how full you fill these and what kind of bread you use, you can either roll them, fold them in half like a taco or just use a knife and fork. See like I said, totally adaptable, even the way you choose to eat them.
Let me know if you give them a try!
- 1/2 cup cherry tomatoes - halved
- 2 tablespoons red onion, chopped (or more if you love onion)
- 1/2 cup cucumber, diced (peeled or unpeeled)
- 1 1/2 tablespoons red wine vinegar
- 1/2 tablespoon olive oil
- fresh black pepper
- Cooked, shredded or diced chicken (rotisserie chicken is my favorite to use)
- shredded lettuce (I like to use Romaine)
- Kalamata olives, roughly chopped (or black olives work too)
- Artichoke hearts, drained and quartered (optional)
- Crumbled Feta cheese
- Roasted Red Pepper Hummus (or your favorite flavor)
- Fresh pita or flatbread
In a large bowl com tomatoes, chopped red onion, diced cucumber, red wine vinegar, and olive oil, toss gently. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
Spread pita or flatbread with desired amount of hummus. Top with chicken, lettuce, tomato mixture, olives, artichoke hearts and feta. Fold or roll up and enjoy! *Depending on how full you got it and whether you used pita bread of flatbread, sometimes it's just easier to eat this with a knife and a fork.