Friday, July 12, 2019

Easy Summer Recipe by Cindy Flores Martinez

Now that the hot summer weather has arrived, I’ve stopped using the stove as much as usual, and I haven’t used the oven at all. But since avoiding cooking altogether is impossible, I try to prepare quick meals.

One of my favorite recipes for summertime is chicken wraps. They’re so easy to make and you don't need to use the stove. Today, I'm sharing the recipe...

Easy Chicken Wraps


Flour tortillas
Pre-cooked rotisserie chicken
Nuts and seeds of your choice (walnuts, pecans, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, etc)
Optional—dried cranberries and/or chopped apple


Cut the chicken into small pieces.

Add mayonnaise to your liking, depending on whether the chicken is already flavored or unsalted.

Add the remaining ingredients. (My favorite combination is pumpkin seeds and walnuts).  Blend well.

Heat the tortilla in the microwave with coconut oil (or in a pan on the stove if you prefer), spread the chicken mixture over it and roll it up.


Cindy Flores Martinez is a USA Today bestselling author. She writes Christian Romance. She has an MFA in Creative Writing with an emphasis in Screenwriting. Her debut novel, Mail-Order Groom, started as a screenplay and movie project, which she shopped around Hollywood, New York, and other parts of the world. You can learn more about her at


  1. Looks delicious, easy, and quick. Thanks for the recipe, Cindy!

  2. Yum! Easy and delicious! I went to lunch with friends (it's a pot-luck thing we do) and one of them brought smoked turkey wraps. She's spread cream cheese on soft tortillas and layered on smoked turkey slices, rolled up, sliced. They were very good! Thank you, Cindy, for the recipe!

  3. Sounds good, but I never have success rolling the tortillas. :)

  4. LOL I am not a mayo person and would sub sour cream or spinach dip - yum!

  5. With a few minor alterations I could make this--I have to be gluten free. Have you ever tried subbing guacamole for the mayo? Thanks for the recipe.

  6. Yum. Thank you for the recipe, Cindy!