One of the main reasons I love to cook is because cooking is my creative outlet. I’m not an artist or musician, so food is my canvas. Aside from tacos and soups, my favorite food I like to be creative with are salads. The possibilities are endless! My Green Goddess Chicken Salad is packed with fresh flavors perfect for a lunch or dinner salad. Baby spinach and romaine lettuce mixed with green apples, oven roasted chicken breast, walnuts, and feta cheese topped with tangy green goddess dressing. This is a Weight Watchers friendly recipe and each serving is 3 SmartPoints.
This recipe starts with the Oven Roasted Chicken Breast. The chicken can be made on Sunday so that you can have it ready and on hand during the week.
The salad dressing I use for this salad is my Lightened Up Green Goddess Dressing, which can be made ahead of time as well. This salad dressing is fresh, tangy, and creamy perfection.
To build the salad, add baby spring mix diced green apples, chopped walnuts, and feta cheese to a mixing bowl.
Packed with fresh flavors perfect for a lunch or dinner salad. Baby spring mix mixed with green apples, chicken breast, walnuts, and feta cheese. Topped with tangy Lightened Up Green Goddess Dressing. Make the salad ahead of time for a grab and go lunch during the week.
I hope you enjoy these bites of flavor!
Green Goddess Chicken Salad
- 1 Pound Baby Spring Mix
- 2 Green Apples
- 2 Cups Oven Roasted Chicken Breast, (Recipe link in notes section)
- ¼ Cup Chopped Walnuts, (1 Tablespoon per salad)
- ½ Cup Lightened Up Green Goddess Salad Dressing, (Recipe link in notes section)
- ¼ Cup Fat Free Feta Cheese
- Make Lightened Up Green Goddess Salad Dressing according to recipe instructions.
- Make Oven Roasted Chicken Breast according to recipe instructions. Once chicken has baked and cooled enough to handle, cut into thin slices.
- Dice green apples and set aside.
To assemble 1 salad serving:
- To a bowl add a handful of baby spring mix, ½ diced apple, ½ cup sliced chicken breast, 1 tablespoon walnuts, 1 tablespoon feta cheese, and top with 2 tablespoons Lightened Up Green Goddess Dressing.
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