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Sautéed Chicken Caesar Wraps

Steve June 29, 2017

It’s been way too long since there has been a noted nutrition recipe up here, and trust me I’ve heard about it.  Well gain some reprieve my friends.  I’ve got a keeper, and a simple recipe at that.  I should have posted this one a while ago.   8 easy to access ingredients and you’re off with a solid protein meal or snack that includes a complimented taste of fruit and veggie.


  • 8 oz Chicken Breast, boneless skinless (raw measurement)
  • 4 TBSP Caesar dressing
  • 2 TBSP Olive Oil, extra virgin
  • 2 Campari Tomatoes
  • 2 Romaine Lettuce leaves
  • 1 TBSP Lemon juice
  • 1/2 TSP Cavender’s seasoning or Salt and Pepper mix
  • 1/4 Cup finely shredded parmesan cheese


Wrap PrepSimple prep:  Peal lettuce leaves and cut tomatoes; put to the side for garnishing.  Cut chicken into bite size cubes and place in a bowl.  Add the olive oil and lemon juice in with the chicken.  For added saturation of flavor, place plastic wrap over bowl and place in fridge for 30 min to marinate if you have the time.

Preheat a pan over medium-high heat and place the chicken in once hot.  While the chicken is sautéing, add the seasoning and cook thoroughly.  Place the Romaine Lettuce leaves on a plate and load the leaf boat with sautéed chicken breast and tomato slices.  Sprinkle parmesan cheese on top to your desired amount and enjoy the tasty protein explosion.

Protein: 45g   Carbohydrate: 25g  Fat: 16g

How much do you burn?

Your Basal Metobolic Rate is:


Lifestyle Calories to maintain weight
Sedentary BMR x 1.2
Lightly activeBMR x 1.375
Moderately activeBMR x 1.55
Very activeBMR x 1.725
Extremely activeBMR x 1.9

Your BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate) is an estimate of how many calories you'd burn if you were to do nothing but rest for 24 hours. It represents the minimum amount of energy needed to keep your body functioning, including breathing and keeping your heart beating. Your BMR does not include the calories you burn from normal daily activities or exercise.

SedentarySeated most of the day; frequent driving; no intentional excersise (e.g. Office desk job, truck driver)
Lightly activeLight activity throughout the day; some up and down and walking at work; light exercise
Moderately activeOn feet most of the day with light lifting; moderate exercise or sports 3-5 days per week
Very activeVery Full body movement throughout the day; heavy exercise or sports 5-6 days per week
Extremely activeExtreme Hard daily exercise or sport; twice a day training; physically demanding job all day