Quick & Easy Honey Mustard Grilled Chicken WrapAugust 26, 2022
This is a sponsored post written by me for One Stop Chef. All opinions are mine alone.
As a busy mom & business owner, preparing a quick lunch is always the goal, but I’m never willing to sacrifice flavor. That’s why I’m a huge fan of adding delicious sauces & dressings to my recipes. This Jasmine Gourmet Honey Mustard Dressing from One Stop Chef makes the perfect pairing with my Grilled Chicken Wrap.
Honey Mustard has always been one of my favorite sauces and this one from One Stop Chef does not disappoint. Featuring the perfect balance of a tangy mustard and a sweet honey, this creamy dressing is a delight for the taste buds. An easy way to make any meal more exciting, this dressing would work well on salads, sandwiches, grilled veggies, and of course, wraps.
Ready to see how quickly this Honey Mustard Grilled Chicken Wrap comes together? Start by gathering the ingredients:
- Low-carb wrap
- Jasmine Gourmet Honey Mustard Dressing
- Grilled chicken, sliced
- Cheese, sliced (I used cheddar)
- Cole slaw
- Red onions, sliced
- Cherry tomatoes
It really doesn’t get any easier than a wrap for lunch. Simply add all the ingredients to the wrap and then generously drizzle the honey mustard dressing on top.
Serve with some potato chips (or cheese crisps, if you’d prefer a low-carb alternative.)
If you prep the ingredients (cook the chicken, slice the cheese, wash the cherry tomatoes) for this wrap ahead of time, then this lunch can be prepared in literally five minutes. I generally do some of this meal prep at the start of each week and then my everyday lunch requires almost zero prep time. That’s a WIN in my book!
This light, creamy honey mustard dressing is the perfect topping for this wrap. It adds just the right sweet – yet savory – touch to this recipe!
Learn more about this deliciously tangy Honey Mustard Dressing here and kick up your meals a few notches this year! Do you also love a honey mustard dressing? How do you make lunch quick & easy for yourself?