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We all love a good packable lunch. These Buffalo Chicken Wraps are amazing to pack away for a lunch or snack later. We can see these being perfect for work, school, a picnic, a football game or a road trip. As long as you’ve got a little ice pack in your lunch box, you’re good!
This low carb wrap recipe is the best of both worlds: all of the wonderful flavor and spice from traditional buffalo wings with none of the unhealthy carbs. The whole meal comes together in one pan and in less than 15 minutes. The bleu cheese adds a lovely tang to the dish, but you can also use crumbled feta or even goat cheese.
You could easily make a large batch of the buffalo chicken filling (double, or even triple the recipe) and keep it in the fridge. Fill up as many butter lettuce leaves as you want (we suggest 2, or 1/4th of this recipe’s yield) and enjoy this delicious recipe all week long.
If you’d like to cut the carbs a bit more (not that they’re high by any means) you can choose to omit the bell peppers, or at least reduce them. It won’t change the final product. Feel free to swap in some other tasty veggies like cucumbers (in the end, uncooked), shredded carrots, zucchini or even raw red onion for more tang. Wrap them up and enjoy hot or cold!
What’s your favorite packable lunch? Have you found a good low carb substitute for something you used to enjoy? Let us know in the comments 🙂
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