“Keto”vate Your Chicken Salad with This Simple Recipe
If you are a fan of Keto Elevate (and who isn’t?) and you are looking for new ways to include this amazing product in your healthy diet, how about tossing it in your salad? Keto-friendly chicken salad, egg salad, and tuna salad are a few that come to mind.
I cannot take all the credit for this idea, as one of our Facebook BioTrust VIP Insider Group members Pam Morse, the woman behind the curtain in our little land of Oz, actually discovered this amazing creation. I have added Keto Elevate and Multi-Collagen to my egg bites (think Starbucks) and other baked goods, but until Pam turned me onto the keto-friendly salads, I had no idea what I was missing.
So whether you’re looking to support your ketogenic lifestyle, you’re a biohacker, you practice intermittent fasting, or you’re a busy professional, on-the-go mom or dad, or even a college student looking for extra hours in the day, Keto Elevate is your premium MCT oil powder solution and pairs very well with chicken salad.
And for those who aren’t as familiar with Keto Elevate, here’s how it may support your active lifestyle:
- Elevated ketone levels and the benefits of ketosis—even without a highly restrictive ketogenic diet†
- Increased energy levels, mental clarity, and focus†
- Metabolic function and appetite management†
Keto-Friendly chicken Salad Recipe
The following are the basics that go into my Keto-Friendly Chicken Salad:
- Chicken breast
- Brown mustard
- Fresh dill
- 1 scoop Keto Elevate
- Salt and Pepper, to taste
The beauty of this is you can adjust the amount of chicken (protein) you use, as well as the other ingredients based on your particular meal plan. You can make it low carb, high protein, or keto for example. You can add chopped nuts, raisins, or extra veggies. There is no limit to what you can add to really make this a meal.
For my die-hard keto peeps, you can add this to a hollowed out avocado. Talk about ketogenic! I personally love loading it up on a nice fresh leaf of romaine.
If you are starting from scratch, I suggest boiling the chicken breast in some chicken stock with some of your favorite spices. Or you could go with my all-time favorite time saver and use a store-bought pre-cooked rotisserie chicken. Most weeks I purchase one rotisserie chicken for the whole week—chicken for days!
Bonus: I have been really digging avocado mayonnaise lately and take the help where I can get it by buying the name brand (which shall remain nameless) version. If you are so inclined, you can easily whip up your own homemade avocado mayo by using my tried and true recipe:
- 2 large eggs
- 2 tsp Dijon mustard
- 4 tsp apple cider vinegar
- 2 cups avocado oil
- Salt and pepper, to taste
- Simply whisk these ingredients together and store in the refrigerator.
Give this recipe a try, or swap out the chicken for eggs or tuna. There is no limit to what you can KETOVATE.