Easy Lunch Ideas: Tortilla Wraps.

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The Classic: Chicken Salad Wrap.
Super easy and quick to make! I wanted a chicken salad but having quite the appetite, I thought I'd throw a wrap in the mix. All I did was cook the chicken, prep the salad of lettuce, mushrooms, tomatoes, celery and cucumber and place on top of a grilled tortilla wrap. I added the cooked chicken into the salad, topped with salad cream and I was good to go. I didn't actually 'wrap' the tortilla but used it as a base instead.

Something Different: The alternative to tortillas.
On a serious health kick? Instead of using a tortilla, you can get creative and use something else instead. Make a usual salad of lettuce, celery, tomatoes and mushrooms (whatever suits you) and then wrapped up the salad in slices of ham. You could use turkey, ham, beef or any vegetarian alternative.
 

The Pizza Alternative: Pizza Tortilla Wraps.
These taste so good, trust me! I'm far from being a good cook but these took just minutes to prepare and bake and would make a perfect lunch or tea. Lay out a tortilla wrap and spread on a pizza sauce. If you don't have a pizza sauce, find an alternative in your cupboard - I just used a plain tomato and basil sauce. It's completely up to you what you want inside your pizza, so feel free to get creative. I added ham, mushrooms and grated cheese. I sprinkled on a few herbs for extra tastiness. All you need to do then is fold up the wrap and pop under the grill for no more than a few minutes. The sauce makes it taste just as good as a real pizza, but will save you a lot of calories.

The Easy Peasy: Peanut Butter & Banana.
Super simple, no explanation needed! Grill for an even tastier experience.

The Indulgent: Nutella & Strawberries.
As with most of the wraps I've written about, this another one really easy to make. All you need to is spread the Nutella (or any other chocolate alternative) over the wrap and top with slices of fruit of your choice, I find strawberries and nutella go together perfectly. For the ultimate indulgence, pop this under the grill for a few minutes.

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  1. Sounds delish! Will have to try out the pizza version soon! Thanks for sharing!

    zaras-bowsandpearls.blogspot.co.uk

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  2. These sound lovely and I would def try as I have a pack of tortillas in my house and always love the pizza wraps but the first one I haven't tried so I will now.

    Jackie | fashionxfairytale | bloglovin' |

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  3. Looks so good!
    Shaguna
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