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[RECIPE] A Few Chicken Dishes

January 11, 2015

After I launched this blog and my like page {Kate Markovitz} publicly last week, I got quite a few messages for some healthy recipes that are simple!  Today, I decided I would share THREE of my favorite CHICKEN recipes.


Now, I have to admit, they are not overly "fancy." But, I wanted to start by sharing some recipes that will be reasonable and easy to make with few ingredients (that you may even have in the pantry!)


Pulled Crockpot Chicken


Chicken Stir Fry



Pulled Crockpot Chicken


Crockpot + Frozen chicken breasts + seasonings + 8 hours low (or 4 hours high)! ~> Done :)



Buffalo Chicken Version


To the crockpot, add: 


  • 6 frozen chicken breasts

  • 1 packet Mrs. Dash Salt Free Ranch Seasoning

  • 6-12 oz Hot Sauce (depending on "how hot" you can handle!)

  • 1/2 cup Chicken Broth


BBQ Chicken Version


To the crockpot, add:


  • 6 frozen chicken breasts

  • Favorite BBQ Sauce


Keep in crockpot for 8 hours low or 4 hours high and shred with two forks.  You can shred in the middle of the cooking time or wait until the end!



Chicken Stir Fry


When I am short on time, I go to stir fry.


Protein + Veggies + Starch = Quick and Easy Yumminess


Buying a rotisserie chicken is one of the easiest ways to use chicken as the protein.  You can also use chicken breasts and sauté them on the stovetop in coconut oil.


For veggies, I love the frozen stir fry veggie bags (personal favorite: peppers & onions).  You can also add a carb such as sweet potatoes, brown rice, quinoa, beans, etc.  I saute the veggies, add the chicken and starch (cooked appropriately), and throw in some fun seasonings, such as herbs, hot sauce, garlic, etc.  Whatever your taste buds desire!


I hope you enjoy and can use some of these recipes this week!






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