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Low Carb Chicken Salad Stuffed Avocado (ermahgerd!)

Avocados are one of the best paleo ingredients when it comes to versatility. You can puree it and use it as a dressing, use it as a substitute for heavy cream, add it to smoothies, top your salads with it, and so much more. They’re ideal for breakfast, lunch, and dinner thanks to the high antioxidant and heart-healthy monounsaturated fat content. They’re particularly yummy when used in this low carb chicken salad stuffed avocado recipe. It really does cover all of your nutritional bases such as protein from the chicken, quality fats, and a variety of other essential nutrients. This chicken salad is a hit even among those who aren’t too fond of salads—that’s how good it is.

6-Ingredient Avocado Chicken Salad – Easy, Paleo-Friendly Recipe

A few weeks ago, if you had told me that I could make a chicken salad from scratch with only six ingredients, and it would end up not just tasting amazing, but satisfying as well, I never would have believed you. But that’s exactly what you’re getting with this 6-ingredient avocado chicken salad recipe. The highlight is the juicy chicken with rich, creamy avocado—that combo’s hard to beat. But there’s also some great extras to pair with it such as celery, cilantro, and of course your paleo mayonnaise as dressing. The tanginess of the twist of lime juice at the end really brings it all together. This recipe is all about making the ingredients shine, so keep it simple. You won’t be disappointed.

36 Paleo Avocado Recipes That Help You Lose Weight

Avocado is a paleo staple for its healthy fats, creamy flavor, and a superpower that allows it to replace lots of different kinds of non-paleo ingredients. Try these paleo avocado recipes for sweets, dinners, and salads using your favorite green fruit.

Crispy and Creamy Avocado Fries

Thanks to these deliciously crispy and creamy avocado fries, you just might have found the perfect replacement to regular old French fries.

The Best Avocado, Tomato and Cucumber Salad Ever

Avocados grow on avocado trees, in warm climates. They are indigenous to the Americas and there is evidence that people have been eating avocados since as far back as 10,000 BC. The English word avocado is a spin on the Spanish – aguacate – which itself is a take on the Native American Nahuatl word,…

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