If you love chicken, bacon and avocado together, you will absolutely love these California chicken wraps. They are so delicious and easy to throw together for a quick and easy lunch option.
One wrap is only 6 Freestyle points per serving on Weight Watchers. That might sound like a lot of points for lunch, but they are filling enough to last you all day long!
One of my favorite things about Weight Watchers is that I am able to eat almost anything I want. I don’t know about you, but being able to eat things you love and still lose weight is almost too perfect.
When I was trying to figure out what to make for lunch one weekend, I realized what I wanted.
Grilled chicken, bacon and avocado just sounded too good to miss out on. I wanted a quick and easy lunch option and this one delivered.
If you are interested in additional quick and easy recipes, try the BBQ chicken salad or the baked Ricotta spinach chicken (so good).
Can we just talk about bacon for a minute. I don’t eat much bacon because 1 strip is 2 Freestyle points (I’d rather spend my extra Freestyle points on things like chocolate chips).
I have to admit that I absolutely love bacon and love that the Freestyle points value isn’t that high for 1 strip.
My problem is I can’t eat just 1 strip of bacon. I know I’m probably not alone in that either…it’s bacon for goodness sake!
What are your go-to lunch items?
California Chicken Wraps
- 1 lb thin chicken breasts cubed
- olive oil spray
- salt and pepper
- 8 Tablespoons guacamole
- 4 slices cooked bacon crumbled
- 4 burrito sized tortillas
- In a medium non-stick skillet, spray the olive oil and add the chicken cubes. Season with salt and pepper and cook for about 8 minutes, turning occasionally until cooked through.
- Set a burrito sized tortilla on a plate and spoon 1/4 of the cooked chicken, 2 Tablespoons guacamole, 1 slice of the crumbled bacon. Top with lettuce and tomato.
- Serve immediately.
You mean they have something like this at Longhorn Steakhouse? How cool is that?! And you can totally make it skinnier. I didn’t use a dressing with this but it really didn’t need it.
I order a similar dish from Longhorn and always wondered how I could make it “skinnier.” This is perfect!