Stickey Sweet Pototo Wrap

Sticky Sweet Potato Wrap

 Serves 2

Cooking and prep time: 40 minutes.



  • Multigrain wrap
  • Sweet potato
  • 2 Chicken breast
  • 1 Clove garlic
  • 30g Spinach
  • 12 Cherry tomatoes
  • Balsamic vinegar
  • Rapeseed oil


  1. This can be cooked the night before and then assembled in work
  2. Chop garlic roughly and poke pieces into the chicken breast
  3. Rub the chicken in oil and bake 25mins, along with the sweet potato
  4. Once cooked, mash the sweet potato with the skin on
  5. Add a pinch of balsamic vinegar
  6. Slice the chicken and serve in two wraps with the sweet potato, spinach and chopped cherry tomatoes

VEGGIE OPTION: Feta cheese

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