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Rosemary & Roasted Garlic Chicken Wrap

Rosemary & Roasted Garlic Chicken Wrap AmandasCookin.com @amandaformaro

Do you ever get those chicken snack wraps from McDonald’s? Yum! I hate to admit it, but I like the breaded version better. It’s certainly not as healthy as the grilled version, but I love breading, I can’t help it. So I decided to make my own snack sized chicken wrap at home, but I didn’t want to deep fry the chicken. Instead, I baked them.

Rosemary & Roasted Garlic Chicken Wrap AmandasCookin.com @amandaformaro

I’ve been participating in a recipe challenge from the fine folks at Kraft Foods. Kraft has this delicious product called Fresh Takes. You can find them in the refrigerated section, most likely over by the shredded cheese. Why? Because these flavorful combinations contain fresh cheeses along with seasoned crumbs, which make for fabulous toppings, mix ins and breading.

Baked Breaded Shrimp AmandasCookin.com @amandaformaro

You my have seen my first challenge, this Cheddar Jack & Bacon Breaded Shrimp with Quinoa. It was absolutely marvelous, and so full of flavor! For this second challenge they suggested I try a sandwich recipe and use 3 ingredients or less. Condiments are not considered ingredients, so that leaves the tortilla, chicken, and the toppings. So I used four. However, if you just use lettuce, bam, right on the money.

If you’re on Twitter, you can follow along with me and other food bloggers as they create recipes with Fresh Takes as well. Check out the hashtag #KraftFreshTake.

Rosemary & Roasted Garlic Chicken Wrap AmandasCookin.com @amandaformaro

This time I used the Rosemary and Roasted Garlic Fresh Takes. I have to tell you I will definitely be using these again and again. The flavors are truly fabulous and they are very convenient!

Rosemary & Roasted Garlic Chicken Wrap AmandasCookin.com @amandaformaro

When you open the package, you’ll notice that they have cooking suggestions inside, including baking times and temperatures. Very handy! In fact I used their suggestion for making my chicken.

Rosemary & Roasted Garlic Chicken Wrap AmandasCookin.com @amandaformaro

Start off by opening the package and mixing the bread crumbs and cheese together. Next bread your chicken tenderloins.

Rosemary & Roasted Garlic Chicken Wrap AmandasCookin.com @amandaformaro

Place them on a cookie sheet, I sprayed mine with a light coat of cooking spray. Bake halfway, turn, put back in the oven and bake the rest of the way. So crunchy on the outside and tender on the inside!

Note: You can bake only what you need, or bake a bunch and use the rest sliced in cold salad. If you’re only going to make one or two, I suggest removing some of the crumb and cheese mixture and placing it in a bowl, use that to dip your chicken in. Save the rest of the bread crumb mixture for another time.

Rosemary & Roasted Garlic Chicken Wrap AmandasCookin.com @amandaformaro

Let the chicken cool a bit. I cut a wheat tortilla in half, added a little Ranch dressing, then some chopped tomatoes and sprouts. Add the chicken on top and roll it up! They are the perfect size and great for lunch.

Rosemary & Roasted Garlic Chicken Wrap AmandasCookin.com @amandaformaro

Don’t forget to stop by Kraft and get their FREE recipe booklet with 20 delicious recipes using Fresh Takes.

Other Chicken Wrap Recipes

Chicken Mango Lettuce Wraps – Simply Recipes
Chicken and Mango Guacamole Wrap – Closet Cooking
Buffalo Chicken Wrap – Average Betty

 

Rosemary & Roasted Garlic Chicken Wrap

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 40 minutes

Rosemary & Roasted Garlic Chicken Wrap

Ingredients

  • Chicken tenderloin strips
  • Rosemary and Roasted Garlic Fresh Take Breading
  • Wheat flour tortillas
  • Condiments and toppings of choice

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 375 F. Spray a baking sheet lightly with cooking spray.
  2. Open Fresh Takes package and mix cheese and crumbs together. Dip chicken tenderloins into the bread crumb mixture to coat both sides. Place on cookie sheet.
  3. Bake for 25-30 minutes, turning once halfway through cooking time. Remove from oven to cool to touch.
  4. Cut wheat tortillas in half and add condiments. Place a chicken tenderloin on top and wrap the tortilla around the fillings.
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Kraft compensated me for this post but my opinions on their product are completely honest and forthcoming, and of course, 100% mine.

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9 Responses to Rosemary & Roasted Garlic Chicken Wrap

  1. 1

    I love those wraps from McDonalds. I only eat there like a few times a year but I normally get those when I go. BUT making them at home with the Fresh Take will be 100% better, I just know it! These look great!!

  2. 2

    I’ve never actually been to McDonald’s, but these snack wraps look tasty!

  3. 3
    Sherri says:

    I love your posts however when you use this font it makes it so hard to read. Any chance you can use a simpler font.

    • 3.1
      Amanda says:

      Which font are you referring to? The text of the post? That’s a pretty standard font. You might want to check your browser. I believe you can adjust your settings to view all websites with a standard font, rather than what the website owner chooses. I’m not positive, but I think you can.

  4. 4

    Your wraps look so delicious! I love breaded chicken wraps and I definitely want to try your recipe :)

  5. 5

    Chicken with rosemary? One of my favorite combos – this looks like a fabulous and flavorful wrap!

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  7. 7

    Good read. Baking the chicken instead of frying it seems much healthier. Thanks for posting.

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