chicken salad with cranberries, apple & feta | recipe

There is nothing more joyful & holistic than a healthy salad packed with colour.

I love to mix fruit & nuts in with my lean protein & greens. It’s one way to make sure you don’t get bored with salad day in, day out.

Here is one I made for yesterday’s lunch.

Chicken salad with cranberries, apple & feta 

Ingredients

  • 200g chicken breast; grilled or baked, cooled & cut into strips or cubes
  • 30g low-fat feta cheese; cubed
  • 1 tbs natural seed mix (like sunflower seeds, pine nuts, pepitas) 
  • 1 medium apple; sliced finely
  • 1 tbs dried cranberries
  • 150g (1 packet) of baby spinach & rocket mix
  • 1 large stick celery
  • dressing: 1 tsp olive oil & 1 tbs white vinegar and salt & pepper to taste

Combine all ingredients & enjoy! Serves 2 at 363 calories per serve.

If making in advance (to take to work for lunch, etc), combine dressing with apple & celery and keep in a separate container and combine just before serving.

Bon Apitito!

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10 thoughts on “chicken salad with cranberries, apple & feta | recipe

    1. Im so happy to hear you made it! So glad you liked it too – it’s going to be a regular lunchtime fix during the summer months…I might swap the apple for mango and have a bigger portion of chicken and then have it for dinner!
      Thanks for stopping by 🙂

      1. oh yes! i just got it last nite after checking my mails. thanks vmuch and i love love it just so much. one of a kind, thank you so much for being picky ‘coz you picked just the right one. 😀 i know mine was so touristy, it’s all i can find in stores, never knew some are found on etsy 🙂

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