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Jenny Craig Recipe Creation: BBQ Chicken Veggie Delite Flatbread

Jenny Craig Recipe Creation: BBQ Chicken Veggie Delite Flatbread

When I’m out and about and need a meal, my go-to is Subway’s Veggie Delite.  I’m able to load it WAY UP with all the color veggies that Subway has to offer while still staying on plan.  It’s my travel meal, it’s my favorite… and sometimes I just crave it!

Last week, I was trying to think of what to make for lunch… and it popped into my head.  My favorite sandwich shop has a flatbread option.  What would happen if I built my favorite veggie sammie on top of the Jenny Craig BBQ Chicken Flatbread to build the ultimate sandwich??

All the veggies I enjoy on my Subway sandwich fall into the fresh and free category, so I thought I’d give it a shot.  I also love a little spice on my sammie, so I added a little buffalo sauce to add some kick!  The results were incredible!  Here’s how you make your own.

BBQ Chicken Veggie Delite Flatbread Sandwich

Serves 1

INGREDIENTS

1 Jenny Craig Chicken Wrap with BBQ Sauce

1/4 cup butter lettuce, shredded

1/4 cup spinach leaves

4-5 slices cucumber

4 slices tomato

onion slices

3-4 pepperoncini rings

1 Tbsp. buffalo sauce

cooking spray

INSTRUCTIONS

1.  Preheat oven to 375 degrees.

2.  Cook your BBQ wrap in the microwave per the package instructions.  Unroll it on a baking sheet, prepared with cooking spray.  Add buffalo sauce, and spread ingredients and sauce over the flatbread before placing it in the oven.

3.  Bake the flatbread for 13 minutes until the edges are crispy.  Remove to a cutting board to begin loading the flatbread with veggies.

4.  Add lettuce, then spinach.  Top next with cucumbers, and some sliced red onion.  Load heavily on one side, so you can fold the flatbread once you’re done.

5.  Next, add tomatoes.  Top with salt and pepper, and then add your pepperoncinis.

6.  Fold your sandwich in half and serve with a side of leftover cucumbers or tomato & heart of palm salad.

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Jenny Craig Recipe Creation: BBQ Chicken Veggie Delite Flatbread originally appeared on No Thanks to Cake on 06/21/2017.

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When I’m out and about and need a meal, my go-to is Subway’s Veggie Delite.  I’m able to load it WAY UP with all the color veggies that Subway has to offer while still staying on plan.  It’s my travel meal, it’s my favorite… and sometimes I just crave it! Last week, I was trying…

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Buffalo Cauliflower Steaks

Buffalo Cauliflower Steaks

When I was in California last week, my friend Crystal and I considered grilling some cauliflower, but never got around to it.  I’ve been interested in the whole concept of cauliflower steaks for a long time.  And, finally, after a million years… I’ve tried it.

You GUYS.  This is so so good.  As soon as I finished the first steak, I knew I wanted more… and I plan to eat my way through the head of cauliflower I sliced tonight.

Note:  Go ahead and multiply this recipe.  You’ll thank me later.

Buffalo Cauliflower Steaks

Serves 1

INGREDIENTS

2 slices cauliflower, cut vertically to about 1/2″-3/4″ each

2 Tbsp. wing sauce – I used Buffalo Wild Wings Spicy Garlic

cooking spray

pepper

garlic salt

fresh herbs for garnish

INSTRUCTIONS

1.  Preheat your oven to 425 degrees.

2.  Peel off the leaves and trim the stem of your cauliflower.  Slice your cauliflower into steaks.  Pick two of the steaks on the inside of the bunch.  Save the rest for later in the week.

3.  Place the steaks on a cooking sheet, prepared with cooking spray.  Add garlic salt and pepper to top of the steaks only.  Cook for 15 minutes.  Buffalo sauce is salty, so be careful not to overdue it.

4.  After 15 minutes, flip your steaks to the other side, and brush with buffalo sauce.  Add to top side only.  Bake for an additional 10 minutes.

5.  Garnish with minced fresh herbs (I used cilantro).

 

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Buffalo Cauliflower Steaks originally appeared on No Thanks to Cake on 06/16/2017.

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When I was in California last week, my friend Crystal and I considered grilling some cauliflower, but never got around to it.  I’ve been interested in the whole concept of cauliflower steaks for a long time.  And, finally, after a million years… I’ve tried it. You GUYS.  This is so so good.  As soon as…

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