Thank goodness, most of the unbearable, stifling heat seems to be leaving. Oh, it’s not gone. In Louisiana, we will still be suffering from the heat well into November. I can still remember the Halloween that Christopher nearly passed out while wearing a full-body sasquatch costume!

But the worst of it seems to be behind us for now.

Still, my family longs for cool dinners. And I long for easy ones!

A few posts back, I talked about grilling a LOT of chicken and that I planned to use it in a couple of different recipes. The first was a yummy salad! The second was this yummy dish!

I cut the cooled chicken into strips right after grilling it and stored it in a big ZipLoc in the fridge until later in the week. Then I spent some time prepping. I sliced roma tomatoes and cucumbers into really thin slices.

And got out all the ingredients that I needed. I had bought some curly lettuce (known in my grocery store as “green leaf lettuce). I also had the prepped veggies, the sliced chicken, some bottles Caesar dressing, and some freshly-shredded Parmesan.

On each big flour tortilla, I placed a leaf or two of lettuce and then began the piling process. Once I had everything on there, I drizzled on some Caesar dressing and I rolled/folded the tortilla like you would a burrito.

These are DELICIOUS!!

Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad Wraps


  • Burrito-sized flour tortillas
  • Curly-leafed lettuce
  • Grilled chicken, sliced
  • Roma tomatoes, sliced
  • Cucumbers, sliced
  • Parmesan, freshly-grated
  • Bottled Caesar dressing


  • Warm the tortillas slightly in the microwave to make them more pliable for rolling.
  • Lay down a leaf or two or three of lettuce to act as a bed.
  • Layer on the other ingredients: chicken, tomatoes, cucumbers.
  • Drizzle with salad dressing.
  • Top with Parmesan.
  • Roll burrito-style to form the wrap.
  • Cut into halves for serving.

Well Duh #1: Of course, you can change up the ingredients! I don’t like tomatoes on mine, so I made it without them. You can add or take away any of the ingredients according to your tastes!

Well Duh #2: I used WalMart-brand Caesar salad dressing. Use whatever you like. I use whatever’s cheapest!

Well Duh #3: Don’t know how to roll a burrito? There are tons of YouTube videos to show you how. Look one up!

Well Duh #4: Can’t find that pretty, curly lettuce? Use what you can find. Even spinach would work on these!

The tribe really loved these wraps! Elizabeth had a friend who is recovering from surgery and she even took one to her. She loved it, too!

I’m very blessed that my people love salads – which pretty much made this a sure thing!