Chopped Chicken Caprese Salad

Hey, how about a little salad recipe that’s quick to whip up and yummy too!?

Remember I picked up that chicken at Costco? And was so sorry I did as we are NOT fans of that …

Well, I had to do something with it, you know?

So what the heck, lets chop it up and make a salad, shall we??

This was for ONE salad …

head of baby romaine, washed and dried
a nice chunk of cooked chicken
a few little mozzarella balls
fresh basil
cherry tomatoes
fresh basil, chopped

For the dressing, you will need

1/4 cup balsamic vinegar
1/4 cup of avocado oil (olive oil is fine as well)
a small dab of grey poupon mustard
a little more fresh basil chopped 😉

Get chopping! Chop the lettuce and chicken in to bite size pieces. Cut your cherry tomatoes in half.

I used two of these little snack size cheese things. I cut the pieces in half as well (there are 3 balls per pack)

Grab a small bowl and dump all the ingredients for the dressing in. I personally prefer to mix mine up in a canning jar as this makes a TON of dressing.  Whisk til combined. Feel free to season with a little salt and pepper if desired.

Now build your salad and make it pretty!

I made this in the morning to take for lunch. The bowl is from a Wok takeout place and I have those little plastic containers for sauces and dressings as well already on hand. We bought those YEARS ago for jello shots and I decided to start using them up so they don’t just gather dust in the cabinet!

Oh, and yes, this also fits in with #Shelftember! Are you following along on Instagram yet??

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1 thought on “Chopped Chicken Caprese Salad

  1. Your Chopped Chicken Caprese Salad will be delicious! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday,we are so happy to have you join us. Have a wonderful week and come back to see us real soon!Miz Helen

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