“Is buffalo chicken when the dad is a buffalo, and the mom is a chicken? That must be a biiiiig egg…” – My 6 year old nephew, while helping me make these super delicious Buffalo Chicken and Ranch Wraps. Kids are so awesome. And… Know what else is awesome? Taking my fave foods, and making them healthier with a few easy swaps. Check out my new healthier version of my favorite wraps…
How to make your favorite recipes healthier
This recipe was really simple to make healthier – I swapped a traditional tortilla, which is basically a bunch of empty calories, for one of the totally amazing new Hungry Girl Flatout Wraps. I breaded my own chicken, baked them, then coated them with my fave hot sauce. I swapped regular ranch for a super yummy fat-free version – and added shredded lettuce, and tomatoes. Sooooo good! And – here’s a great recipe if you want a super quick ‘n easy way to make your own chicken fingers. Then look below for a quick tip on making your own low-fat ranch dressing too.
- Baked chicken fingers
- Hot sauce of your choice. I prefer Frank's RedHot Sauce
- Hungry Girl Flatout Wraps
- Homemade Low-Fat Ranch Dressing - see below recipe.
- Shredded lettuce
- Chopped tomatoes
- This couldn't be easier! Bake up your homemade chicken fingers. You can use the basic recipe I posted above, or one you regularly use. This saves a TON of calories and fat grams versus frozen chicken fingers.
- Coat them in the hot sauce to cover.
- Heat up a Hungry Girl Flatout Wrap for 20 seconds in the microwave, then top with your buffalo chicken, low-fat ranch dressing, lettuce, and tomatoes.
- Roll up the wrap, and enjoy - knowing you're getting a ton of fiber in your wrap, and saving a ton of calories by making these easy switches!
How to Make Homemade Low-Fat Ranch Dressing
You just need a few simple ingredients for this – 1 envelope ranch dressing mix, 1 cup non-fat milk , and 1 cup non-fat plain yogurt. Mix ’em up, and let cool in the fridge for about an hour. Super yummy, and tastes much better than store-bought low-fat ranch dressings.
Looking for more simple recipes for busy moms?
Check out my favorite Hungry Girl cookbook: Hungry Girl 300 Under 300: 300 Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Dishes Under 300 Calories, and browse my Momma’s in the Kitchen board on Pinterest! Or, if you’re looking for new ways to save money, see my most popular blog post: 10 Ways for Moms to Earn Money from Home, or 10 Ways to Save on Baby Essentials.