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Balsamic Chicken Wrap with Peppers

Summertime always means a lot of hanging out, lazy days, heading to the beach, exploring San Diego and just having a lot of fun. Even on my best days, I am not great at planning meals so I really like to have easy, fresh items on hand so that I can whip something together in a pinch.

One of my favorite things to have on hand is Foster Farms® Refrigerated Chicken Breast Strips. I love these strips because not only are they fresh, fully-cooked and ready to serve, you can also use them in so many things from sandwiches, salads, wraps and so many more things. The last thing I want to do in the middle of Summer is turn on my oven to bake some chicken but having these strips is a great way to fix fresh meals for my family, it’s a quick and easy way to get in some protein and there are no added hormones or steroids.

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One of my favorite recipes EVER are the goat cheese stuffed peppadew peppers that I made recently. I would honestly eat them every meal, every day if I could. The thing is that they take a while to make so I decided to take those same ingredients and create something that would taste just as great but in much less time.

Balsamic Chicken Wrap with Peppers #ReadySetChicken

A local health food store has the best pitas I’ve ever eaten so I make sure to always buy them there. They’re perfect for making simple, quick & tasty lunches in the Summer. This time, I added Foster Farms® Refrigerated Chicken Breast Strips, peppadew peppers, herbed goat cheese, some spinach (or greens of your choice) and a balsamic glaze. It’s a simple dish that tastes like something you’d order at a restaurant but without the high prices and you can make it any time you want it!

Balsamic Chicken Wrap with Peppers #ReadySetChicken

Wrap the pita in a paper towel and warm it in the microwave for about 15 seconds. This makes it a lot easier to bend the pita around the chicken and peppers inside. Add a thin layer of herb goat cheese (there are other flavors but this one is my favorite). You can always add more but I start with a thin later because goat cheese has a strong, but delicious, taste.

Balsamic Chicken Wrap with Peppers #ReadySetChicken

Layer in your Foster Farms® Refrigerated Chicken Breast Strips, sliced peppadew peppers (rinse them off first, as they are packed in oil), greens and drizzle with some balsamic glaze. I bought mine at a local health food store and I could honestly eat it on just about everything. That’s it, you’re good to go!

Balsamic Chicken Wrap with Peppers #ReadySetChicken
Balsamic Chicken Wrap with Peppers #ReadySetChicken
Balsamic Chicken Wrap with Peppers #ReadySetChicken
Balsamic Chicken Wrap with Peppers #ReadySetChicken

I made this for my 16 year old son, who is my food guinea pig. He loves the peppadew pepper dish as much as I do and love the idea of putting it with the Foster Farms® Refrigerated Chicken Breast Strips in a wrap. Foster Farms® Refrigerated Chicken Breast Strips are available at Walmart and select retailers in select Western States (CA, OR, WA, AZ and NV).

Balsamic Chicken Wrap with Peppers #ReadySetChicken

This post is sponsored by Foster Farms®, the opinions expressed are my own.

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Tara is a blogger and a homeschooling mom, who lives with her fiancée and 3 kids in Southern California. A Spectacled Owl was started in June 2012 because Tara loved entering giveaways on other blogs & wanted to do the same thing for other people. It's quickly grown & turned into much more than she could ever have imagined.
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