Greek Chicken Wrap

Greek Chicken Wrap

Do you enjoy Greek food?  Do you need to eat a little healthier?   Last week, I added my Blackened Chicken Wrap Recipe and I have several more wrap recipes to post but this is my favorite wrap.  Each family member likes a different one of my wraps which proves no two taste buds are alike.  I got the idea to make this Greek Chicken Wrap from my Greek Pasta Salad which is also so YUMMY!  I just adopted my Pasta Salad slightly to make this wrap.  This Greek Chicken Wrap is full of flavor with the Greek dressing, the Greek seasoning on both the baked chicken and the wrap, and the feta cheese.  It is healthy with the fresh spinach and the cucumber.  You can use whatever Greek seasoning you like but I just love Cavender’s Greek seasoning.  My local Wal-Mart carries it.  Cavender’s is made here in Arkansas but I have seen it in other Wal-Mart’s outside of Arkansas.

Now, if I just had a piece of Greek baklava this meal would be complete.  I have a great recipe for baklava, but I did not get around to making it during the Christmas season.  Now, that January is here, and we are trying to eat healthier I guess baklava is out of the question.  I have thought about a piece of flaky, crunchy, sweet as honey, nutty, delicious baklava a lot lately.  I may just have to break down and bake some baklava.

Greek Chicken Wrap

Greek Chicken Wrap

Season chicken well with a Greek seasoning. Bake chicken 350 degrees for 30 minutes.

Greek Chicken Wrap

Low Carb wrap taste great !

Greek Chicken Wrap

Spread a couple of tablespoon of Greek Dressing on a tortilla. I use these low carb tortillas.

Greek Chicken Wrap

Layer spinach on top of the Greek seasoning.

Greek Chicken Wrap

Layer the chicken baked with Greek Seasoning.

Greek Chicken Wrap

Add a layer of cucumber.

Greek Chicken Wrap

Add the Feta Cheese and sliced eggs.

Greek Chicken Wrap

Greek Chicken Wrap


  • * 3 large chicken breast
  • * 6 tortillas, I use low carb
  • * 1/2 cup fresh spinach per wrap
  • * 1 cucumber, cut into 6 slices, lengthwise
  • * Greek Dressing
  • * Feta cheese
  • * Greek seasoning for the chicken and the wrap
  • * Boiled Eggs, 1/2 to 1 egg per wrap


  1. Sprinkle the chicken WELL with Greek seasoning and bake it. 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
  2. Spread a couple of tablespoon of Greek dressing on the bottom of each wrap.
  3. Add fresh spinach on top of the Greek dressing.
  4. Chop the chicken and add about 4 ounces or 1/2 a chicken breast to each wrap.
  5. Top with cucumber, feta cheese, boiled egg, and additional Greek seasoning.
  6. Wrap up tightly and enjoy!
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  • dianeroark April 29, 2014, 7:36 AM


    You made my day! I am so glad you tried my Greek Chicken wrap. I am also super excited that you are only 16 and enjoy cooking. You did great making the Greek Salad dressing. I have a similar Greek pasta recipe. You will probably enjoy.

    Thank you so much for visiting my blog. I hope if you do not already follow my blog you will do so. You will receive post updates by e-mail. I also send out a monthly newsletter with cooking tips.

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  • Misha April 29, 2014, 4:39 AM

    Hi Diane,
    I’m a sixteen-years-old girl from the Netherlands and I found your recipe on Pinterest. Usually, my mother is very hesitant to try new recipes. She likes to stick to her own recipes. But this time I convinced her to try something new. We made the wraps yesterday for dinner and now it is one of our favorites. It was really delicious!
    They don’t sell Greek Dressing at our local supermarket, so we improvised by mixing mayonaise, Greek Seasoning and olive oil. It tasted delicious.

    Thank you for sharing this! God bless you!

  • Misha April 29, 2014, 3:21 AM

    Hi Diane,

    Usually, my mother is very hesitant when trying to make new food. She likes to stick to the things she always makes. But for once she was willing to try a new recipe. I found this on Pinterest and it looked so delicious. My mother didn’t think it would be tasty at first, but she totally loved it. It is one of our favorites now…
    They didn’t sell Greek Dressing in the Dutch shops, so we improvised by mixing olive oil, greek seasoning and mayonaise.

    Thank you so much for sharing this!

  • dianeroark February 4, 2014, 11:29 AM


    I did not know if Cavenders could be found in other places besides Arkansas. Cavenders is from here. I am thrilled to hear you have it in your Walmart store. I too love it but I have never had it on my veggies. Thanks for sharing all these tips and leaving me a message.

    I hope you and your family are doing well. Please tell everyone I said hello.
    Diane Roark

  • Bobby Collins February 4, 2014, 7:31 AM

    Hi, Diane,
    I am a lover of Cavenders Greek Seasoning!! I put it on almost everything but ice cream!! LOL! Great on veggies, meat, soups, pasta, etc. A friend introduced it to me on a camping trip, they were grilling pork steaks! I have introduced it to a church member whose husband could not have salt, she wanted something to give flavor to his food, this Greek Seasoning comes with no salt! She was so pleased to find it!! Walmart in Ga. has it too!! Love your posts, girl!! Hugs!

  • dianeroark January 14, 2014, 8:55 AM


    You are so welcome! I have a link to a Greek pasta salad which is also one of my favorites. This Greek wrap is so full of flavor and yummy!
    Thanks for stopping by,

  • Janine Huldie January 14, 2014, 5:58 AM

    Diane, my husband is a huge fan of greek salads and wraps, so I totally am going to try this one for him soon. I pinned it and seriously thank you for sharing. I hope you get to make the Baklava soon, too!! :)

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