Easy Southwest Chicken Wraps
Today, September 25th, is my little sister’s first day of COLLEGE. Yup, that’s crazy! That little baby on the right is an adult? College is a great time, but dorm life can be a strain on your diet sometimes.This week’s recipes are dedicated to Abbey and are all healthy, affordable, easy to make, no cooking needed dorm friendly recipes!
I’m pretty sure I ate ham sandwiches, mac and cheese, and pizza for my two years of dorm life. I never gained the “Freshman Fifteen” because I was always running from work to class to bed, but that doesn’t mean I was healthy! I got sick more often than I ever had before, I never had energy, and I felt just ‘bleh’ most of the time. This feeling never went away until I started eating healthy again a year after college, I wish I had known of these recipes back then!
Today’s Southwestern Chicken Wraps are easy to throw in a Tupperware and take on the go or make for a late-night study dinner. Or just to take to work on those busy days that you don’t have time to cook! Very meal prep friendly.
Pro Tip: Trying to cut out carbs? This recipe can be made without the wrap! Following a vegan or vegetarian diet? This recipe can be made without chicken!
Southwestern Chicken Wraps can be made into a vegan or vegetarian recipe, can be gluten or dairy free, and can also follow a Whole30 or Paleo diet if needed.
Nutrition facts per wrap: 392 calories, 15.3 of fat, 2.9g of saturated fat, 54mg of cholesterol, 235mg of sodium, 887mg of potassium, 36.9g of carb, 10.6g of fiber, 5.4g of sugar, 29.2g of protein. 26% of Vitamin A, 30% of Vitamin C, 4% of Calcium, 26% of Iron.