Salsa Ranch Chicken Wraps

Simple and yet filling, these moist, flavorful wraps are easy to make and always a hit! They are perfect for quick, last minute meals.
Salsa Ranch Chicken Wraps- fast, easy and so good!

Fast, easy and bursting with flavor, these Salsa Ranch Chicken Wraps that I created several years ago make a great lunch or light dinner.  It doesn’t matter if I make them for guests or just us, they always get devoured in a flash!

Oh, and if you are looking for some good, inexpensive chicken you should check out Zaycon Foods.  They sell boneless, skinless chicken breast for $1.49/lb. all across the country!

Salsa Ranch Chicken Wraps



1.  Spread 1/3 c. chicken down center of each tortilla.
2.  Top chicken with Ranch dressing and salsa, 1 Tbsp. per tortilla.
3.  Sprinkle with shredded cheese, dried basil and garlic powder.  (I’m pretty liberal with the basil and garlic powder- it’s what gives it a good flavor!)
4.  Fold ends of each tortilla over filling.
5.  Melt butter in skillet.  Place folded wraps in skillet, seam side down.
6.  Cook over medium heat for 3 to 4 minutes on each side or until lightly browned and cheese is melted.

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  1. says

    Mmmmm …. these look so yummy! I’ll have to check with my mother about trying them out sometime. Thank you so much for sharing the recipe! Blessings, ~Sarah (visiting from Radical Femininity)

    • ThriftyFrugalMom says

      We love how easy and simple they are, Sarah! One of my go-to recipes for a quick meal!

    • ThriftyFrugalMom says

      Shannon, I just use whatever I have on hand. Sometimes it’s bought, sometimes it’s homemade. As long as it’s salsa you like, you should be fine!

  2. Vannessa Leppek says

    Hi! It looks like there is rice in one of them. What type of rice did you use. I would love to make these tonight! They look amazing!

    • ThriftyFrugalMom says

      Vannessa, no rice in them at all! I think what you are seeing is either chicken or possibly onion from the salsa. When I use rice for other recipes though, I love using Basmati. It’s not as starchy as white rice, but not as “stiff” as brown and just has an excellent flavor. If you have an Aldi nearby, they have it for a great price!

  3. Annette R says

    Just tried these and they were GOOD! I was surprised how fast they went together and how quick the cleanup was. The toasty brown from heating them in butter made them extra good. Thanks–this one’s a keeper!

    • ThriftyFrugalMom says

      Love that you all enjoyed them so much, Annette! Thanks for taking the time to let me know. Quick, tasty dinners are the best, right?


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