This is my healthy chicken salad recipe! It turned out great and it is very quick and easy to make. You can use leftover chicken in this recipe, but since I've been trying to use up a few of our food storage items, I used Costco's canned chicken which worked great! 

This is a great recipe when you have that chicken salad craving, but you don't want the calories. 

Healthy Curried Chicken Salad. 

1 can kirkland brand canned chicken or 1-2 leftover chicken breasts
2 Tbsp. Mayonnaise (I used Kraft Olive Oil mayo)
2 Tbsp. plain greek yogurt
1/4 tsp mustard powder
1/8 to 1/4 tsp. curry powder
1/8 tsp garlic powder
1/4 tsp onion powder
2 green onions
1/2 apple (gala or pink lady)
1/4 cup cabbage (I used the already shredded with carrots)
Parsley flakes
Salt and pepper
1/8 cup cashews (optional)

Mix mayo, greek yogurt and spices in bowl. In separate bowl combine chicken and cut up onions, apple, cabbage and cashews. Combine yogurt mixture with chicken mixture and serve on your favorite healthy bread.

We are taco people. This is no secret. With our experience of taco making, there are a billion different ways to make them. This is one of our healthier taco recipes. This Mojito Lime seasoning is the star of the lime tacos. When you cook the chicken this is all you need to add.

These tacos are great if you are looking for variety and something a little healthier.

Lime Tacos

       2 Chicken Breasts Cooked and shredded
       McCormick Mojito Lime seasoning
       1/2 cup rice (Jasmine or Brown)
       2 Tbsp. fresh chopped cilantro
       2 limes
       1 Tbsp.olive oil
       Taco shells (uncooked or for a healthier version, mission brand has a variety of                                 healthier shells, such as stone ground, blue corn and wheat shells)
       1 avocado
       greek yogurt

     Cook, shred and season chicken with lime seasoning. Cook preferred rice according to rice directions. Throw in chopped cilantro olive oil and squeeze half a lime in fluffed rice. 
     Fill taco shells with cooked chicken, rice. Top with avocado, cabbage, greek yogurt and serve. squeeze lime on top of taco. I always add salsa because I love salsa.
Once our homegrown tomatoes are ready, maybe I can get Sterling to post his famous salsa recipe. Until then, enjoy!