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How to Make Ginger Chicken Wraps

How to Make Ginger Chicken Wraps (Recipe) | The JetSet Family

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Sponsored Post | The JetSet FamilyThis back-to-school season, my family has decided to kickstart our new year’s resolutions by living + eating healthier. Thanks to our friends at Foster Farms for sponsoring this post I can share with you one of our favorite meals. Enjoy!

In our home, back-to-school can also be considered code word for menu planning, and this year, we’re taking it more seriously than ever. We’ve collectively decided to make more concerted efforts when it comes healthy choices and elevating our well-being across our minds, bodies and souls.

How exactly are we tackling this new lifestyle change? Well for starters, we’re moving more. Kiddo is swimming again this season, Hubs decided to investigate the world of CrossFit and LOVED it so much he joined a local “box,” and a friend talked me into trying spin class and while I far from love exercising, I really enjoyed breaking a sweat and like having a “fitness partner” to hold me accountable.

How to Make Ginger Chicken Wraps (Recipe) | The JetSet Family

But “Garbage In Is Garbage Out,” so a big part of our family’s lifestyle modification includes the way we eat. You would think this would be difficult for a family that embraces comfort food come football season, but fresh, flavorful recipes taste so much better. Not to mention eating healthy gives us the extra energy we so desperately need and makes us feel so much better as well.

The New Comfort Food

Whether it’s an evolution or revolution, The New Comfort Food is a shift toward healthier comfort food meals that use fresh, local and seasonal ingredients – something Southern California has been embracing for as long as I can remember. This movement is encouraging more and more home chefs to move away from traditionally heavy, rich foods and embrace a more healthful, mindful way of eating.

How to Make Ginger Chicken Wraps (Recipe) | The JetSet Family

I’m happy to say healthy food is officially our New Comfort Food, and we learned this thanks to our partnership with Foster Farms Chicken. We’ve been collaborating with the brand for a while now, and we’re so happy to share with our readers that Foster Farms Simply Raised Chicken is antibiotic-free with no added hormones or steroids, and is raised on a 100% vegetarian diet.

Less Is More

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a million times: when it comes to cooking, I love to shop local purveyors first, checking out the neighborhood’s farmers’ market for fresh seasonal vegetables. They are always the perfect complement to any dish.

How to Make Ginger Chicken Wraps (Recipe) | The JetSet Family

While on this journey, I’ve learned herbs and spices go a long way in eliminating unnecessary calories. Between you and I never did I think I would see the day my husband and child wouldn’t feel the need to drown, dunk or dip every bite of dinner in some sort of sauce. But the cleaner I cook, the less “stuff” they add to their plates and this makes me happy and really optimistic.

Ginger Chicken Sandwich Wraps

Get ready and whip out the wok because I’m going to share with you a dish that is a big hit in our home right now: Ginger Chicken Sandwich Wraps! It’s an easy, low-fuss recipe made from last night’s leftovers and Kiddo loves finding them in her lunch sack for school which is a big win in my book.

How to Make Ginger Chicken Wraps (Recipe) | The JetSet Family

How to Make Ginger Chicken

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Like I said…YUM!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Foster Farms Simply Raised Chicken.

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7 COMMENTS
  • Debs October 8, 2016

    These look so delicious. Loe the beautiful photos too.

  • Nancy L. October 10, 2016

    This wraps look so delicious! I love fresh ginger and I’m sure the soy sauce gives it a great flavor. Decisions, decisions. I’m torn between which greens to add as I love spinach and napa cabbage. Going to try this tonight! 🙂

  • Jacqui Odell October 10, 2016

    These sound pretty good!! I need to use ginger a little more.

  • Jenny October 10, 2016

    These look delicious and good for me as well!

  • Jennifer October 11, 2016

    Those sound amazing! I love ginger, especially when the weather starts to turn. It just makes my whole body feel all warm and cozy.

  • valmg @ Mom Knows It All October 11, 2016

    This sounds like a very flavorful dish. I haven’t seen this particular Foster Farms product in our area yet.

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