Anne’s Paleo Chicken Salad

Well the weather has definitely made a turn and mowing grass and enjoying sunshine is a priority! Leigh and I decided it would be a great time to make a few healthy changes, so we embarked on a 30 day challenge of eating clean. We have always been pretty good at making healthy choices, but sometimes with the holidays and the cold weather over the winter we can turn to unhealthy habits.

We have always found the more prepared you are, the more you set yourself up for success. I would say Leigh and I are lucky because we actually enjoy eating clean. As children we always had access to a huge garden and fresh meat. So going back to that lifestyle was very refreshing for us.

I made this recipe for Chicken Salad last night and it is super easy and super quick. You can keep this in the fridge and it is perfect for lunch. I chose to use a rotisserie chicken because that saves time.

1 Rotisserie Chicken, pull chicken and chop

1/2 cup of Craisins

1/2 cup of chopped walnuts

1/3 cup of chopped red onion

Primal Kitchen Mayonnaise (check this out here, it is delicious)

Flavor God Garlic Seasoning

Mix all together and chill in fridge overnight. I served mine over a bed of lettuce, with some plantain chips which we LOVE!!

paloechickensalad

ENJOY!

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About The Southern Twins

Twin.Farm girl. Paleo. Runner. Triathlete. Rodeo Girl.Horsey and Doggie owner. Love individuality. Fiercely Independent. Goal Digger. Beer Drinker. Lazy people need not apply. Love my life...every.damn.day.
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