These Ginger Soy Collard Green Wraps are filled with a ginger soy chicken, fresh vegetables, and pineapple, and served with a tangy peanut sauce for dipping. A perfect recipe for a light lunch or satisfying snack!
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I think I'm still in denial that comfort food season is upon us. Like, maybe if I keep eating collard green wraps and salads, summer will come back, say it's sorry, and bring me an umbrella drink to live happily ever after in sunny and 75 bliss.
Don't crush my dreams guys, it CAN happen.
I think I'm still running on fumes post FNCE ( the annual Food & Nutrition conference for dietitians). Walking everywhere for 12 hours, on no sleep, and free samples makes Emily a dull girl.
At least I got to learn all about StarKist's new innovation, Chicken Creations!
This is me being excited mid-boomerang.
Yes, you heard me right, CHICK-EN. I love the convenience of these Chicken Creations pouches for a quick source of protein..especially when I have no idea what day it is, and even finding matching socks is a struggle.
I'd be lying if I didn't say I've eaten these straight outta the pouch, but adding them to a dish for a quick and easy meal is a little more fun. Especially when peanut butter is invited to the party.
They come in 4 different flavors: BOLD Buffalo Style, Chicken Salad, Zesty Lemon Pepper, and my personal fave, Ginger Soy. (pairing well with peanut butter is an added bonus)
These collard green wraps are SUPER easy to prepare, full of protein, and an easy way to add #OneMorePlant to your meals. I suggest a double batch if you're going for a full meal, but I love whipping these up for a quick snack..and excuse to dip into that peanut sauce.
Money saving tips for these Ginger Soy Chicken Collard Green Wraps:
- Shop the farmer's market. Mine is still FULL of hearty collard greens, and are often much cheaper (and fresher) than store-bought. Plus, they always have a deal if you buy 2 bunches. (aka more wraps to be had)
- Use canned pineapple. I am in no way against canned fruits and veggies. Canned pineapple slices work just as good here. Just make sure the fruit is packed in water or 100 % juice, not syrup.
- Cut your own veggies. Shredded carrots and chopped peppers are super convenient, but come with a price. Since you're saving all your prep time with these simple tear, eat, & go style packets, you can save some extra $$ by prepping your own veggies.
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