Apple Dill Chicken Salad

Apple Dill Chicken Salad [low-carb, dairy-free, paleo-friendly]| Lexi's Clean Kitchen

This Apple Dill Chicken salad is the perfect low-carb make ahead Fall lunch! Inspired by a local cafe who makes a similar chicken salad, I simply can’t get enough of it!

Apple Dill Chicken Salad [low-carb, dairy-free, paleo-friendly]| Lexi's Clean Kitchen

What a fun-filled weekend I had!

Mike, his family, and I headed to Toronto on Saturday for Mike’s cousin’s wedding. I had never been to Toronto before and I had a great time meeting new people, exploring the city, and getting to know the Canadian lifestyle.

Apple Dill Chicken Salad [low-carb, dairy-free, paleo-friendly]| Lexi's Clean Kitchen

A definite highlight of my weekend trip was getting to meet my girl Davida from over at The Healthy Maven.

food blogger meet up

If you haven’t been over to her blog yet, I suggest you head over there; I love her blog and absolutely love her! And a small world it is! It turns out Mike and Davida went camp together when they were kids.

 

We met, we talked, and it felt just like a bunch of old friends hanging out. I can’t wait for our next Toronto trip (over the Summer) when we can spend more time together!

Apple Dill Chicken Salad [low-carb, dairy-free, paleo-friendly]| Lexi's Clean Kitchen

Now that we are home and are getting settled for the work week, I wanted a lunch that was quick, easy, and light (since our weekend was anything but) and this was just what I needed.

10 minutes to toss together, one-bowl for minimal cleanup, and loaded with delicious Fall flavors = the perfect lunch for busy work weeks!

Apple Dill Chicken Salad [low-carb, dairy-free, paleo-friendly]| Lexi's Clean Kitchen

Watch the video:

 

0.0 rating

Apple Dill Chicken Salad


Yield 2
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time
Total Time 10 minutes



Author: Lexi
Scale This Recipe

Ingredients

  • 2 cups cooked chicken, shredded
  • 1/3 cup organic mayonnaise (homemade or store-bought), add more as needed
  • 2 organic apples, finely diced
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon dried dill, more to taste
  • 1/2 red onion, finely diced
  • 2 teaspoon coconut sugar

Directions

  1. Cook Chicken: How To: All-Purpose Shredded Crock Pot Chicken
  2. Allow chicken to cool and transfer 2 cups to a large mixing bowl.
  3. Add mayonnaise, apples, dill, and red onion to the large mixing bowl.
  4. Mix well to combine. Taste and adjust ingredients as needed.
  5. Store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to one week.

Recipe Notes

  • I start with a tablespoon of mayonnaise and add until I reach my desired amount

Nutrition

Loading nutrition data...

9 comments
October 22, 2013

You Might Also Like

Join The Discussion

9 responses to “Apple Dill Chicken Salad”

  1. Love Davida! What a small world! This apple salad is so pretty and I love the simplicity. Can’t wait to give it a try!

  2. Mmmmmm. This looks yummy! I’ll have to whip it up for lunch one day soon!

  3. So amazing to meet you! It’s crazy that it was our first time meeting, I feel like I’ve known you for years! Consider yourself warned that I’ll be commenting on all future posts…get ready 😉

  4. Laurel says:

    Hi there! This looks really yummy!
    Do you think Greek yogurt would work here? I’m following a plan that keeps fats low when eating healthy carbs like fruit and grains.

  5. Gail says:

    Do you think honey would work in place of the coconut sugar?

  6. Jennifer says:

    Is it necessary to add the coconut sugar and what can be subsituated in its place?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

How to Make a Parchment Paper Sling

How to Make a Parchment Paper Sling

Want to know the secret to perfectly cut brownies or bars? We’re showing you How to Make a Parchment Paper
7 Tips for Having the Best Beach Day Ever

7 Tips for Having the Best Beach Day Ever

Nothing says “summer” quite like going to the beach — whether you’re packing up the family for a week in
How a Nutritionist Decodes a Nutrition Facts Label

How a Nutritionist Decodes a Nutrition Facts Label

A nutrition label can be a useful tool to evaluate how healthy (or not) a food can be, but it

Subscribe to Lexis Clean Living

Join our email list to get instant updates and weekly summaries of our top content and special exclusive offers along with our free clean eating kickstart guide!

This website may at times receive a small affiliate commission for products that we shared with you in our posts. Although we may receive a commission for linking certain products, there’s no additional costs to you and all of our opinion and suggestions are 100% our own and unbiased. That’s our promise to you!

logo
AdBlocker Detected
Some elements of this website will not work correctly while your adblocker is enabled. Please disable your adblocker and reload the page.