Low Carb/High Protein Chicken Pepperjack Crunch Wrap www.lillieeatsandtells.com

So I watched the darling Macro-Queen Quincey over @iheartmacros make these crunch wraps like a pro in an instagram story a while back and had to take a stab. (Confession I have a soft spot for Taco Bell- don’t leave me over it.  It doesn’t define me.)

Low Carb/High Protein Chicken Pepperjack Crunch Wrap www.lillieeatsandtells.com

While I haven’t mastered the folding like Quincey, I do think THIS (and as a pizza) is how the Joseph’s Lavash bread was MADE to be eaten! And they should be eaten.  Especially if you count your macros… their numbers are so incredible… but rolled up cold doesn’t do it for me.  Functional.  But nothing special.  (Too much of a real-bread lover even though I confessed I do sometimes “think outside the bun.” ha.)

But crisped up in a pan and it’s amazing and totally has its purpose! (And it doesn’t break that way which is a plus.)

Low Carb/High Protein Chicken Pepperjack Crunch Wrap www.lillieeatsandtells.com

Also a good friend of mine took the risk on Walden farms chipotle ranch and gave me the go-ahead to buy it. (I’ve wasted lots of dollars on gross ones.) I actually kind of love it! I mean it is what it is.  It costs you zero macros and you always KINDA get what you pay for right?  But it’s amazing for those times you don’t want to spend the macros but you DO want to drizzle or dip to your hearts’ desire.  Or you want your lunch to last longer so you drizzle some on a pile of arugula for almost nothing.  Of course if you’ve got plenty of room, use what you love.

Low Carb/High Protein Chicken Pepperjack Crunch Wrap www.lillieeatsandtells.com

These are super good.  Good enough for a solid dinner but easy and light enough for a quick lunch.  This particular time I used rotisserie chicken because I had it, but any leftover grilled chicken would be great, or this yummy smokey cilantro chicken from this nacho recipe would be so good.  Just warm it up in the pan first so it’s not so juicy that it makes your wrap soggy.

Soggy is no good. CRUNCH wraps cannot be soggy.

Here’s the recipe for your delicious crispy low-carb lunch that doesn’t feel low carb at all. The only kind of low-carb I like.

Low Carb/High Protein Chicken Pepperjack Crunch Wrap www.lillieeatsandtells.com

Low-Carb, High Protein Chicken Pepper Jack “Crunch Wrap”

Even looking at this I can’t believe you can make this giant wrap for only 25 carbs.  I’ve found most salads to ring in close to 25 carbs!  This is a keeper.
5 from 1 vote
Author Lillie
Course Wrap
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 3 minutes
Servings 1
Calories 394 kcal


  • 1 whole Joseph’s Lavash wrap* does anyone really eat a half?
  • 1/2 cup Pulled rotisserie chicken breast (100g) or any leftover grilled or shredded chicken
  • 1 slice of reduced fat pepper jack cheese I buy sargento
  • 1/4 small avocado (20g)
  • 2 Tbsp. Fresh cilantro
  • 1/2 a large tomato, sliced (50g)
  • 1 Tbsp. Red onion, thinly sliced (15g)
  • ¼ cup arugula
  • 1 Tbsp. Cilantro avocado dressing (15g)


  • Layer cheese, chicken, avocado, tomatoes, cilantro, onion, arugula and a drizzle of the bolthouse right in the middle of the flat lavash. Like a circle in the middle.
  • Wrap left side over, then move clockwise with five folds to create sort of pentagon. Mine is never perfect. It’s ok.
  • Spray a hot pan and grill the seam-side first to seal it up.  Spray the uncooked side with cooking spray and then flip and cook until browned, hot, and melty inside.
  • Drizzle with or dip in more cilantro avocado dressing or salsa if you'd like!


*Not all lavash wraps are created equal. This particular brand has excellent macros at 16 carbs, 3 fat, and 12 protein for one really large, soft wrap.  I’ve never found anything as low in carb for the size.  Found on amazon or at certain Walmarts.


Serving: 1whole wrapCalories: 394kcalCarbohydrates: 25gProtein: 45gFat: 14gSaturated Fat: 3.8g

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  1. The Chicken Pepper Jack “Crunch Wrap” is the most exciting and delightful thing I’ve had in months! Fairly new to macros and thankfully found the Lillie Eats and Tells blog and I am certain that I will try many more of her recipes. The crispy grilled wrap contained the most delicious sauce (Chipotle ranch melted in with the fantastic pepper jack cheese) and stuffed full of chicken, tomatoes, arugula etc. The flavors were AMAZING together and the wrap was huge! I could cry I’m so happy to be FULL and I loved every single bite!! Whoop!

  2. I’m probably missing something super simple… is there a specific “cilantro avocado” dressing or a recipe somewhere that I can’t find? Just want to make sure my macros are spot on in MFP.

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  5. 5 stars

  6. This is so yummy! I can see it being a frequent lunch for me. I am doing weight watchers. Do you happen to know the fiber and sugar for this recipe?