Cobb Salad Wraps Recipe

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A typical Cobb salad contains romaine, eggs, chicken or turkey, bacon, avocado, and tomato. Cobb salad wraps turn the traditional salad into a delicious sandwich.

A classic chicken Cobb salad is a good salad to take for lunch, as you can make it ahead of time and it tastes as good at room temperature as it does cold. But make it into a wrap and it’s a complete, hearty one-dish meal that travels well. This is one of my favorite recipes. It’s one of those delicious recipes you’ll make again and again without ever getting tired of it.

A front view of a cut Cobb Salad Wrap laying on a piece of parchment.

What Is A Cobb Salad Wrap?

If you’ve never had a Cobb salad before, you’re in for a treat with this wrap. A cobb salad has all the toppings mentioned above, wrapped up in a handy tortilla or wrap. This makes it super portable and easy to take for a healthy lunch.

Is a Cobb Salad Wrap Healthy?

Definitely! While the term “healthy” is subjective, for most people, this particular recipe is definitely healthy. It calls for a whole grain wrap, fresh vegetables, a hard boiled egg, and lean chicken. The bacon is optional, and if you decide to use it, there are even healthy options for that!

A side view of a cut Cobb Salad Wrap, stacked up on a piece of parchment paper.

The Bacon

Many people don’t consider pork to be clean or healthy. And I totally understand why. That being said, by clean eating “rules”, pork is perfectly clean as long as it’s just plain meat that isn’t processed. (Just like a piece of chicken or beef). That being said, there are definitely packages of bacon out there that do not qualify as clean. In fact, most of them are not “clean”. So what do you choose? You have a few options.

  1. Wellshire Farms No Sugar Bacon – This is a pork product, but is minimally processed and has no ingredients in it that would be considered “unclean” (I hate using that term, but you get what I’m saying…. I hope.) This one is a little pricier, but it’s absolutely delicious bacon. My best friend calls it “candy bacon”. It’s that good. Last time I purchased it at Whole Foods, it was around $7 a package.
  2. Applegate Uncured Turkey Bacon – Here again, we have a clean ingredients list and the meat is minimally processed. Last time I purchased it at Publix, it was about $5 a package.
  3. Local bacon – Find a local source for bacon. A farmer you can speak with face to face so you know what goes into the meat and how it’s handled and processed. This can be either much more expensive, or much cheaper than store-bought bacon. It all depends on the farmer.

Extra Toppings

An overhead view looking down on a sliced Cobb Salad Wrap.

Ingredient Variations For Different Diets

If you follow a particular eating plan, here are some adjustments you can make with this recipe.

Vegetarian Cobb Salad Wraps

  • Omit the chicken. Sub with vegan chicken, extra egg and cheese, or with portobello mushrooms.
  • Make sure your wrap is vegetarian.

Vegan Cobb Salad Wraps

  • Omit the eggs
  • Use vegan cheese (if you want cheese. This recipe does not call for it)
  • Use a vegan chicken or use portobello mushrooms in place of chicken

Keto Cobb Salad Wraps

  • Use a keto wrap or egg wrap.
  • Use extra cheese and cook your chicken with plenty of healthy fats.

Dairy-Free Cobb Salad Wraps

  • Avoid the blue cheese all together. Use a dairy-free dressing to replace the flavor added by the blue cheese.
  • Make sure your tortilla is dairy-free.

Gluten-Free Cobb Salad Wraps

  • Use a gluten-free wrap/tortilla.
A Cobb Salad Wrap, cut in half, and stacked up.

Recipe Variations

You can add, mix in or season your wrap with these extras if you wish.

  • Chili powder – For a southwestern sort of flare
  • Cayenne pepper – For a spicy wrap.
  • Black pepper – For a milder spice than cayenne.
  • ¼ cups mayonnaise
  • 1 teaspoon dijon mustard – Spread if over your wrap before adding any of the other toppings.
  • Other fresh veggies – Any you prefer. Red bell peppers, mushrooms, broccoli or cauliflower are all good choices.
  • Mozzarella cheese
  • Cheddar cheese
  • Scallions

Cobb Salad Wraps Ingredient Checklist

3 standard whole-grain tortillas – See other options above. Any wrap you prefer to use will work here.

¾ cup thinly sliced lettuce – Any type. I used Romaine lettuce.

2 large hard-boiled eggs – Cooked and cooled ahead of time. Slice and divide between 3 wraps. If you prefer, you can use 4 egg whites instead and simply scramble them.

6 tbsp. minced red onion – Yellow onion will work too. 2 tbsp. per wrap.

1 medium avocado – Divided into thirds. (or 3 small, ripe avocados – 1 for each wrap.)

½ cup chopped tomatoes – Divided into 3 portions.

½ lb. boneless, skinless chicken breast – cooked any way you like, then shredded. Chopped chicken cut into bite-size pieces will also work if you don’t want to do the work of shredding it. You can combine chicken and any spices you prefer for cooking, baking or even air frying. I cooked mine in a skillet. How you cook the chicken doesn’t really mater. And if you opt for a different cut of chicken, just make sure it’s a lean meat (unless you are keto).

6 tbsp. blue cheese crumbles – 2 tbsp. per wrap.

How To Make Cobb Salad Wraps

A whole-grain tortilla laid out on a white plate.

Lay a tortilla on a plate.

Lettuce, hard boiled eggs slices and minced onions layers on a whole grain tortilla.

Layer with lettuce, sliced hard-boiled egg, and minced onions.

Tomatoes, avocado, chicken and blue cheese crumbles layered on top of hard boiled egg and lettuce on a whole-grain tortilla.

Add the sliced avocado, shredded chicken, and blue cheese crumbles. Season with a pinch of salt if needed. You can also use a light sprinkle of garlic powder if you like that.

Rolling up a Cobb Salad Wrap.

Roll up your wrap.

Slicing a Cobb Salad Wrap in half.

Slice the wrap in half.

A just-cut Cobb Salad Wrap sitting on a piece of parchment paper.

Serve.

How To Store Cobb Salad Wraps

Wrap these up tight in foil, plastic wrap, or parchment paper and store in an airtight container for up to 3 days. Store without any added dressing. If you have a hard time keeping the wraps closed, you can pin them closed with toothpicks. Just remember to remove it before you eat your wrap!

How To Reheat Cobb Salad Wraps

These do not require reheating. They are delicious cold, straight from the fridge. But if you don’t like them cold, simply let them come to room temperature by setting them on a countertop for about 20-30 minutes. But never let it sit out of the fridge for longer than 1½ hours.

What To Serve With A Cobb Salad Wrap

Some nice sides would be:

  • Veggies and dip
  • Fries
  • Sweet potato fries
  • Chips
  • Cookies
  • Soup
  • Green salad
  • Potato salad
  • Pasta salad

Recipe Supplies

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You’ll need a good cutting board for chopping the eggs and veggies. Possibly a baking pan for cooking the chicken and a good knife to cut it all up. Keep a paper towel handy as well for easy clean ups.

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A front view of a cut Cobb Salad Wrap laying on a piece of parchment.

Cobb Salad Wraps

Delicious cobb salad wrapped up in a whole-grain tortilla for easy portability and delicious flavor.
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Course: Dinner, Lunch, Main Course
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Servings: 3 wraps
Calories: 312kcal
Author: The Gracious Pantry

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Ingredients

  • 3 standard whole-grain tortillas
  • ¾ cup thinly sliced lettuce
  • 2 large hard-boiled eggs
  • 6 tbsp. minced red onion
  • 1 medium avocado
  • ½ cup chopped tomatoes
  • ½ lb. boneless, skinless chicken breast (cooked any way you like, then shredded)
  • 6 tbsp. blue cheese crumbles

Instructions

  • Lay a tortilla on a plate.
    A whole-grain tortilla laid out on a white plate.
  • Layer with lettuce, sliced hard-boiled egg, and minced onions.
    Lettuce, hard boiled eggs slices and minced onions layers on a whole grain tortilla.
  • Add the sliced avocado, tomatoes, shredded chicken, and blue cheese crumbles.
    Tomatoes, avocado, chicken and blue cheese crumbles layered on top of hard boiled egg and lettuce on a whole-grain tortilla.
  • Roll up your wrap.
    Rolling up a Cobb Salad Wrap.
  • Slice the wrap in half.
    Slicing a Cobb Salad Wrap in half.
  • Serve.
    A just-cut Cobb Salad Wrap sitting on a piece of parchment paper.

Notes

Please note that the nutrition data given here is a ballpark figure. Exact data is not possible.

Nutrition

Serving: 1wrap | Calories: 312kcal | Carbohydrates: 10g | Protein: 25g | Fat: 20g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g | Monounsaturated Fat: 10g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 183mg | Sodium: 305mg | Potassium: 796mg | Fiber: 5g | Sugar: 3g | Vitamin A: 698IU | Vitamin C: 13mg | Calcium: 115mg | Iron: 1mg

Please note that the nutrition data given here is a ballpark figure. Exact data is not possible.

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