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Easy Chicken Parmesan Wraps

With Video Tutorial!

~ These Easy Chicken Parmesan Wraps are a super-fast 15-minute meal! You can even make them completely ahead – and they’re freezable, too! Perfect for grab-n-go eating on the run! All the cheesy, saucy, comforting flavors of your favorite chicken parmesan casserole … yet so quick and simple! ~

This Recipe Is:     Ready in 30 Minutes or Less    Freezable    Make Ahead  

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One cooked wrap, cut diagonally in half on cutting board, so you can see the cheese pull, with a little white bowl or marinara for dipping.

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Let’s all channel our inner third-grader and remember how we loved learning about adjectives. Because what’s better than a fun, little, unexpected, impromptu, (whoa – four adjectives right there!) grammar lesson? Right?!?! Yay, grammar!

Oh come on! Stop groaning and think … adjectives. Think … Chicken Parmesan adjectives. What comes to mind?

Maybe Ooey-Gooey, Cheesy Chicken Parmesan? (Good job!)

Or Saucy Chicken Parmesan …

Comforting Chicken Parmesan …

Baked Chicken Parmesan Casserole …

Now you’ve got it!

Two cooked wraps on wooden board, one whole and one cut open upright so you can see the chicken parmesan filling, with marinara and extra cheese alongside.

So how about: On-the-go Chicken Parmesan, Make-ahead Chicken Parmesan, Hand-held Chicken Parmesan, 15-minute Chicken Parmesan? Whoa – hold up there! Say what??? That’s crazy talk!

When did an ooey-gooey, saucy, cheesy Chicken Parmesan Casserole become a 15-minute, hand-held, on-the-go, make-ahead recipe?!?!?

Today, friends. Today!

Not only do you get a free grammar lesson, but you also get a revolutionized, new-and-improved, perfect-for-busy-people version of Chicken Parm (with all the adjectives I can think of to throw at you along the way)!

Collage of four method photos: chicken shredded in a bowl; shredded chicken mixed with marinara and basil, cheese in center of wrap; chicken mixture added on top of cheese in unrolled wrap.
Stir the dry seasonings into the shredded chicken first, so they’re evenly distributed. Then stir in the sauce and fresh basil. Boom! We’re not kidding about 15-minute prep time here! Next, you just sprinkle on some cheese and spread your chicken on top before folding the whole thing up and giving it a quick sear. It’s just that easy!

These have all the best parts of a chicken parmesan casserole – the comforting Italian spices, zesty marinara, fresh basil, and melty cheese – wrapped up into one perfect meal!

To create this no-brainer, slam-dunk meal solution (did you see how I worked in a couple more compound adjectives on ya there?), we teamed up with Flatout Bread, as part of their #FlatoutIsMyCanvas campaign. It’s perfect for lunch or dinner – whether you’re sitting down as a family or grabbing an in-your-hand-and-out-the-door, keep-ya-full meal on the way to soccer practice.

So versatile!

Side view of cheese pull from warmed chicken parmesan filling after the cooked wrap is cut open.

Make-Ahead Options!

  • Stir Up the Filling Ahead – You can shred your chicken and mix in the spices and marinara up to a day ahead, then cover and refrigerate your filling. I’d recommend not chopping and stirring in that gorgeous fresh basil until an hour or two ahead at most, but it won’t be the end of the world if you ignore me on that – your basil just won’t look as bright green and perky.
  • Stuff and Fold, Too! – If you’ve got the time, you can go even further, filling and folding your wraps ahead, too – again, up to about a day in advance. They keep perfectly in the fridge until you’re ready to pop them in the pan for that quick last-minute sear before serving. Here’s a no-fail way to fold ’em up so they seal tightly:
Collage of 3 photos showing hands doing the steps to fold a stuffed wrap.
With the right folding technique, all the cheesy-saucy wonderfulness is tucked safely inside the wrap, then seared tightly closed. Chicken Parmesan that’s practically mess-free! No kidding! Simply fold in the short ends first, then the sides, so all the filling in enclosed. Once they’re seared in a skillet, they’ll be tightly sealed shut!
  • Sear and Freeze (or Refrigerate) for Grab-n-Go – Wanna finish these completely – even searing them up – so you can take them for lunch or keep them on hand for grab-and-go meals? No problem! Just make these allllll the way through, including searing them in the pan. Wrap them individually and store them for up to a couple of days in the fridge or a couple of months in the freezer. Then, reheat as needed! That wonderfully seared exterior won’t be quite as crispy-crunchy when you reheat these in the microwave, but it’s almost as good. And this strategy makes for a stellar grab-and-go meal, full of lean protein and all those awesome whole grains from the Flatout Flatbreads!

But Whatever You Do … Don’t Skip the Sear!

You might think that, if you’re making these in advance … you can save five minutes and skip the searing step. Don’t do it! You know we’re all about saving steps at THK whenever possible, but this step is too important to skip, for two reasons.

First, although these will lose some of the crispiness if you sear them ahead and then refrigerate or freeze them for later, that searing step still creates a toastier flavor and a crunchier exterior that’s a better counterpoint to the soft, gooey, melty chicken and cheese inside.

Overhead of 4 wraps cooking in nonstick skillet.

Plus, when you sear these, they magically seal closed, so the warm, cheesy filling doesn’t come cascading out all over your lap as you scarf lunch at your desk, or all over the back of your minivan as your son wolfs one down on the way to lacrosse practice.

Trust me … don’t skip the sear!

Shopping Tips

Pick Your Flavor and Stock Up – For this recipe, we love The Light Italian Herb Flatout … because, well, Italian … and Herb. I mean, if those adjectives don’t scream “serve me as a Chicken Parm Wrap!” then I’m not really sure what does. But hey, feel free to go all renegade on us and pick any Flatout flavor that strikes your fancy. We originally tested this with the Multigrain Flatout with Flax variety, which worked just fine, too. (But really … ItalianHerb … just sayin’.) And Flatouts freeze great, so grab extra when you see a sale and chuck them straight in the freezer until you need them. They defrost in a jiffy!

Easy Chicken – Two words here: Rotisserie. Chicken. As easy as easy gets. If you happen to be grilling or poaching chicken, though, you can always plan ahead for these wraps, and cook extra chicken to shred for the filling. Otherwise, rotisserie chicken is a true lifesaver. I’ve embraced the rotisserie idea with wild abandon … and highly encourage you to do the same. Time savings galore!

So, what have we learned about adjectives today? That saucy, comforting, ooey-gooey-cheesy Chicken Parmesan can also be on-the-go, make-ahead, crazy-easy Chicken Parmesan Wraps!

Half a wrap cut open to reveal filling, with cherry tomato picked into the top, plated for dinner along with green salad, with bowl of sauce and a second cut-open wrap in background.

And really, I’d say that’s about as deliciously fun as a grammar lesson can get!

Class dismissed!

More Shortcut Recipes with Rotisserie Chicken …

One cooked wrap, cut diagonally in half on cutting board, so you can see the cheese pull, with a little white bowl or marinara for dipping.

Easy Chicken Parmesan Wraps

Yield: 4
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 13 minutes

These Easy Chicken Parmesan Wraps are a fast 15-minute meal! You can even make them ahead – they're freezable, too! Cheesy, saucy and so delicious!

  Ready in 30 Minutes or Less    Freezable  •  Make Ahead  


  • 3 cups roughly shredded, cooked boneless, skinless chicken breasts (see note)
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons Italian seasoning (make sure yours is a salt-free blend)
  • 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 1/8 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 cup your favorite marinara sauce
  • 1/4 cup finely chopped fresh basil
  • 4 Flatout flatbreads (we used Light Italian Herb)
  • 1 cup shredded, reduced-fat Italian cheese blend
  • additional marinara sauce, warmed for dipping, if desired


  1. Place shredded chicken in a medium bowl. Add Italian seasoning, salt, and black pepper, and stir well to combine.
  2. Add marinara sauce and basil to chicken mixture, and stir to combine again.
  3. Optional: If you want your filling piping hot, you can microwave the chicken mixture at this point for about 60-90 seconds. (Even if you choose to skip this, your filling should still be pleasantly heated after the wraps are seared in the skillet in step 7. If you are prepping these as make-aheads, skip this optional step.)
  4. Lay 1 flatbread on work surface, and sprinkle 1/4 cup of cheese down the center, leaving a large border all around the cheese. Spread 1/4 of the chicken mixture (about a heaping 1/2 cup) on top of the cheese.
  5. Fold short ends of the flatbread inward toward middle, and then fold the long sides of the flatbread inward toward middle, making a closed wrap.
  6. Repeat with the remaining 3 flatbreads, dividing the remaining cheese and the remaining chicken mixture evenly among them.
  7. Preheat a dry nonstick skillet over medium heat. Once preheated, add the wraps and cook on the first side until golden brown, about 1 1/2 - 2 minutes. Flip the wraps and cook on the second side until golden, about another 1 1/2 minutes.
  8. Serve with additional marinara sauce for dipping.


Chicken: Nearly any boneless, skinless chicken breasts will work in this recipe, as long as they’re not overly flavorful from spices or marinades. Store-bought rotisserie chicken is a quick and easy option, or you can plan on cooking a couple of extra chicken breasts whenever you’re making chicken, so you have extra cooked chicken for this recipe without any extra work.

Make-ahead options: (1) As we detailed in the post, you can mix together the chicken filling up to a day ahead (although it's best, if possible, to wait until the last minute to chop and stir in the basil). Store the filling, covered, in the refrigerator until continuing. (2) You can also go further in the process and add the prepared chicken mixture and the cheese to the flatbreads, and then fold the wraps and store, individually wrapped in the refrigerator, for about a day before searing and serving. (3) Lastly, you can make these entirely, including searing them in the skillet, and then store them individually in the refrigerator (for up to about 2 days) or in the freezer (for a couple of months). Briefly reheat in the microwave before serving.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 4 servings Serving Size: 1 wrap
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 309Total Fat: 11gSaturated Fat: 5gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 113mgSodium: 941mgCarbohydrates: 8gFiber: 12gSugar: 5gProtein: 47g

Nutrition information should be considered an estimate only, and may vary depending on your choice of ingredients or preparation. No guarantees are made regarding allergies or dietary needs. Always consult a physician or dietician for specific advice and questions.

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  1. I made this in tortillas that I rolled and lightly browned in the skillet. My family all loved them! I think that these would work great as a make ahead meal for grab and go school nights! Definitely a keeper!!

    1. Oh, Ashleigh! I’m just so thrilled to hear that this recipe was such a hit with your family! We absolutely adore it, and I’m so pleased you all did, too! And boy – I sure understand about those busy “grab-and-go” school nights! We’ve had loads and loads of them through the years, too. I agree that these wraps would be just perfect for those kinds of busy nights. As we suggest in the last recipe note on the recipe card, you can make these Chicken Parmesan Wraps entirely ahead, including searing them in the skillet, and then store them individually in the refrigerator (for up to about 2 days) … or in the freezer (for a couple of months). Then you can just briefly reheat them as needed in the microwave. Also – just a thought, but I have a couple of similar recipes that work great for those types of on-the-go evenings, too, and thought you might enjoy trying them. One is our Easy Chicken Pot Pie Hand Pies, which are sort of like healthy, homemade Hot Pockets. And another is our Granola Crunch Apple-Peanut Butter Sandwich Wraps – these don’t need to be reheated and they got my kids through MANY an after school sports practice, tucked in their athletic bags for whenever they had a moment to eat! Thanks again for your lovely comment, and have a fantastic week! ~Shelley

  2. Could you make these using tortillas instead of flatbread? (Or do you know of a great flatbread recipe?)I have not been able to find flatbread at my local store during the COVID-19 shutdowns but really want to make these!

    1. Hi, Tonya! I’m so glad you’re excited about this recipe! It’s definitely gotten more difficult to get your hands on specific ingredients lately. 🙂 You should be able to sub in tortillas without an issue — the texture might be a bit different, but they should still be delicious. I would recommend using flour tortillas — not corn — to get closest to the original recipe. And, of course, whole wheat or whole grain tortillas are always the best choice if you’re looking to keep it healthy! Regardless, the tortilla size will vary from the flatbread we use, so you might have to adjust the amount of filling you put in each one — but that shouldn’t cause any problems, so no worries! Best of luck with this recipe, and your shopping!

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