Barbecued Chicken Burritos

February/March 2005, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006), The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005)

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These burritos are something of a Tex-Mex wonder: tangy barbecue sauce, some roast chicken (or rotisserie chicken) and vegetables, all wrapped up in tortillas. For the best taste, look for a fiery barbecue sauce without added corn syrup.

"After a long week, I was looking for something easy and healthy (but still delicious!) to make for dinner for my husband and I. I grabbed a rotisserie chicken from the grocery store and whole wheat tortillas. Everything else I had at home...
Barbecued Chicken Burritos

21 Reviews for Barbecued Chicken Burritos


a friend made this for me a couple years ago when i came over for dinner. i had to ask where she got the recipe. this recipe has become a standard in our meal rotations. it is SO quick and easy to make and tastes great. if we're trying to eat "extra" healthy, we skip the tortilla wrap and serve it over chopped romaine like a salad. YUM!


SOOOO yummy. I hate to cook during the week because I am pooped when I get home from work. This recipe is so simple and easy. Oh yeah, and it tastes amazing!


It was so easy to make and taste amazing. I got full very fast and didnt feel bad because I was eating something healthy for myself.

Fast and easy
Full of Flavor, Yet Simple to Make

I love this recipe. It is straight forward but I wouldn't have put the corn, beans, bbq sauce, and sour cream together. My boyfriend now makes this recipe for himself once a week! Any protein, beans, or veggies could easily be incorporated into this because the majority of the flavor comes from the sauce. It is also great with a quick veggie slaw on top of the chicken!

Little prep time, Easy to make substitutions
Great Recipe

We really liked this one....I passed it on to others too....quick, easy and a lot of flavor....


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