These Slow Cooker Chicken Caesar Wraps are fantastic! Tender chicken coated in caesar dressing, lettuce, croutons, Parmesan cheese and bacon all rolled up into a tortilla. Amazing!
Simple dinners like these Slow Cooker Chicken Caesar Wraps are seriously game changers! These wraps are a delicious, fun twist on the classic Caesar salad.
These wraps are a perfect lunch or dinner that you can serve to your family and feel pretty darn confident that they’re going to love them. You can use regular flour tortillas or wraps for these. I think some of the flavored wraps would be so fantastic!
How To Make Chicken Caesar Wraps.
All you need is a slow cooker and a handful of simple ingredients that come together easily to make a crowd pleasing wrap.
- Boneless skinless chicken breasts
- Chicken broth
- Creamy Caesar salad dressing
- Shredded Parmesan cheese
- Fresh parsley
- Red pepper flakes
- Tortillas or wraps of your choice
- Cook the chicken with the chicken broth in your slow cooker. Once it’s done, shred the chicken and return it to the slow cooker.
- Add the creamy Caesar dressing, the Parmesan cheese, parsley, pepper and red pepper flakes. Toss it all together and serve it on a tortilla with the desired toppings and an extra drizzle of salad dressing if you’re feeling saucy.
Need ideas of what to serve with this?
Fresh fruit and/or corn on the cob are the perfect sides to serve along side these wraps. In the winter, you could even make some soup and eat these along side.
A couple helpful tips:
- You can eat these wraps warm or cold . . . either way is delicious!
- If you’re short on time and/or don’t want to worry about cooking the chicken breasts, you can use leftover precooked or use a rotisserie chicken. Like I mentioned about these are just as delicious cold, so using precooked chicken is a great shortcut.
- Using store bought salad dressing is a great time saver. Believe it or not, one of my favorite store bought Caesar dressing is the Great Value Creamy Caesar dressing from Walmart. It’s inexpensive and is delicious!
You’re going to love these!
Recipe Source: Adapted slightly from Taste of Home