Here’s the easy step by step tutorial on how to make healthy baked buffalo chicken egg rolls with egg roll wrappers, blue cheese, hot sauce, and broccoli slaw! They’re just over 100 calories each, making them a great light appetizer, but they also work as a main meal, too!
I’m thinking we’re very comfortable together at this point, me and you. You and me. At best, we’re virtual soul mates bonded through food and cooking. At worst, we’re in a one-sided pen pal relationship and you’re not keeping up your end of the bargain. I’m tired of paying for postage when you never write back.
But really, it’s mostly good, isn’t it? Beautiful, even. I cook and clean the dishes, you pop in and eat with your eyes. I bake and stow the goodies in the pocket corners of my thighs, you stow them neatly in megabytes of ram. I pour my heart out and it spills onto your computer screen, and you, for your part, keep the mess contained.
Give and take. Take and give.
So today I’m going to ask you a favor. Just going to put everything on the line here and as you to do something for me.
Please get your cute bottom to the market, pick up a package of egg roll wrappers, some hot wing sauce, blue cheese, toss in a box of Junior Mints for good measure, and then get situated in the kitchen to make these.
Buffalo Chicken Rolls.
They are beyond perfect for the Super Bowl. Beyond perfect for your nagging comfort food craving. Beyond satisfying knowing that bar food has been turned inside out and healthy.
The exterior is a crispy, crunchy flour shell. The interior is moist shredded buffalo-sauced chicken, with creamy, cool, and pungent blue cheese, and a few strands of refreshing slaw. Texturally, tastefully balanced and delicious. If you love buffalo chicken, you’ll adore these little rolls. They’re baked instead of fried, and the chicken isn’t breaded or fried either. Each of them clocks in at approximately 100 calories, so they’re absolutely worth adding to your game day snack roster.
Here’s the step-by-step process to make them yourself:
**Note: Find egg roll wrappers in the refrigerated case of the produce department at your grocery store. They’re usually near the tofu and hummus.