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Eats for Under $7: Spicy Buffalo Chicken Ceasar Wrap

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This week, you might have to dig around your couch cushions for a little extra change. Salad Creations wraps run $6.99, so the tax will push you 48 cents over the limit, but it's worth every penny if you get the Spicy Buffalo Chicken Caesar Wrap. If you're running short on that extra cash, the junior Chinese Chopstick Salad is $5.99.

If you manage to scrounge up the extra couple quarters, the Spicy Buffalo Chicken Caesar Wrap has buffalo chicken, hard-boiled egg, tomatoes, bacon bits, Parmesan cheese, romaine lettuce, hot sauce, croutons and Caesar dressing. All the ingredients are mixed together and chopped before being drenched in dressing and wrapped into an enormous wheat tortilla. This wrap is huge and should leave even the most ravenous appetite satiated.

Looking to spend a little less cash? The junior sized Chinese Chopstick Salad is your best bet. With spring mix lettuce, grilled teriyaki chicken, Mandarin oranges, Chinese noodles, and a spicy peanut dressing, this salad has a nice mixture of sweet and salty flavors for just over $6.

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