Friday, March 21, 2014

Buffalo Chicken BLT Pitas


I feel like a lot of my inspiration for my family, life, and blog posts come as I lay in bed at night. And that was exactly what happened with this fun and yummy meal plus a few others that will be featured in the following weeks! It had been one of those long days! I had deep cleaned my house and then when my kids were home from school we had some friends over to play for a few hours. My clean house was not so clean anymore, my dinner didn't turn out exactly how I had hoped, and the list goes on and on. I could not wait to get into my bed! I finally had fallen asleep when my oldest came in crying from a bad dream. A hour later my middle son cried because he wanted me to lay with him and scratch his back. (Yes I know he is a DIVO!) And well it was 1 A.M. by now and I was now unfortunately wide awake! As I lay in my bed for 2 hours the inspiration then started. I kept thinking of different ways that I could use these yummy pitas and wraps that Toufayan had sent me! I then dreamed up this little recipe. I desperately wanted to get up right then and make them! But I knew that if my husband walked in on me at 2 A.M. making pitas he would think that I had definitely gone crazy! So they had to wait. I only made it a few more hours and by 9 A.M. I had these yummy pitas ready to taste test! And they were a winner and I'm sure to helped using Toufayan pitas..they are out of this world good!



Buffalo Chicken BLT Pitas

Crockpot buffalo chicken
Ranch or Bleu Cheese Dressing
Lettuce
Tomato, sliced
Avocado, sliced
Cheese (shredded or sliced), provolone is my favorite
Bacon, fried
Toufayan Pitas, white or wheat

Make the buffalo chicken using the crockpot recipe listed above. Take toufayan pita bread and heat in the microwave for about 30 seconds. Spread ranch or bleu cheese dressing on the inside of the pita. Place a handful of the chicken then some cheese. Top with tomato, lettuce, avocado and bacon! Fold up and ENJOY!


Disclosure: This is a sponsored post by Toufayan however recipe, thoughts, and opinions are my own

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