For those of you living the low carb lifestyle, this avocado chicken salad is super easy to make, very satisfying, high in fiber, and a great lower-oxalate recipe. The chicken is a portion of a one pound chicken breast that I sautéed in a pan. I use the remaining chicken throughout the week in different snacks and dishes.
Many times I run to the store and buy a whole pre-cooked rotisserie chicken (plain to keep sodium down) to save even more time. If you do that, this recipe takes about 5 minutes. No time to cook healthy? Think again!
I only eat foods that are overall healthy and taste great. Portion size matters and, thanks to the fiber and protein, this is the perfect portion size to keep you full. Think of this recipe as taco night without the shell!Print
Low Carb Avocado Chicken Salad
- 1 tablespoon of cilantro
- 3 ounces chicken (can make own or use rotisserie)
- 3 cherry tomatoes
- 1 tablespoon goat cheese
- 1/2 avocado
- Cut one ripe avocado in half and scoop into bowl. Save the shell as you will use it for serving.
- Add 3 ounces of cooked chicken (store-bought rotisserie works great!) and mix with avocado.
- Cut up and mix in three cherry tomatoes.
- Put mixture back into empty avocado shell.
- Top it off with goat cheese and cilantro.
- Serving Size: 1
- Calories: 381
- Sugar: 2g
- Sodium: 121mg
- Fat: 30g
- Saturated Fat: 7g
- Trans Fat: 0g
- Carbohydrates: 10g
- Fiber: 7g
- Protein: 20g
- Cholesterol: 69mg
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