Quick and Easy Dill Chicken Salad
There’s no denying that this Dill Chicken Salad is easy to make and absolutely delicious.
This healthy chicken salad uses Greek yogurt to offset the heaviness of mayonnaise, honey to give it a mild sweet flavor, and grapes and celery to give it a perfect texture.
You can eat it as a snack or a meal, put it in a wrap or sandwich, eat it plain or even top a salad with it for some fantastic flavor! It’s the perfect guilt-free way to indulge in a delicious meal without sacrificing flavor. Did we mention it makes a great on-the-go meal or snack?
We absolutely love chicken salad and all of its flavor. While store-bought may taste great, most brands don’t use real food ingredients. Instead, they use refined white sugar, artificial flavoring, preservatives and mayo that’s a combination of vegetable oil and olive oil (who knows if the olive oil is even 100% pure?). Or, worse yet, they use refined oil and completely omit EVOO from the equation.
This recipe takes the guesswork out of knowing if your chicken salad is a healthy addition to your meal or nothing more than a real-food imposter.
Top tips for prepping ahead: (on your food prep day or the night before)
Food prep doesn’t need to be mega creative or time-consuming. Instead, it should be practical and something that simplifies healthy eating. This means that instead of spending all your time focusing on preparing just one meal, ask yourself, “What foods can I prep right now that will simplify my week?”
- Cook and cube your chicken
- Chop your grapes and celery
How to keep your chicken salad cool outside
If you’re serving this dish at a summer picnic or party, you may be wondering how you can keep it cold. Simply add ice cubes to a larger bowl than the one you’re serving your chicken salad in and set your serving bowl on the bed of ice.
Low-carb ways to serve your chicken salad:
- An open-faced sandwich with Bibb lettuce
- In a grilled tortilla with your favorite cheese (ours is creamy Havarti) and fresh baby spinach
- A romaine wrap topped with walnuts or Homemade Candied Nuts
- On a bed of spinach topped with tomatoes, chopped raw shredded Brussels sprouts (for some added crunch) and any other toppings your heart desires
- In a chicken salad and avocado stuffed pepper (simply cut and clean out pepper, add chicken salad and top with sliced avocado)
- As a snack on a rice cake thin (Lundberg Family Farms Organic Thin Stackers Grain Cakes are a great option)
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