Deviled Egg Chicken Salad

Lunch, Quickies
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This is easy, delicious, and healthy! The perfect lunch!

I like to switch things up for lunch some days rather than leftovers or the same old stuff, so I came up with this quick & easy, yummy lunch!

First, I cut up thin pieces of celery until I had about a half cup, then I drained a can of chicken and plopped it in a small bowl, for mixing.  You could use cut-up cooked leftover chicken, if you have it!


Next, I added my mayonnaise and celery to my chicken, and cut up 6 deviled eggs into little chunks.  I use Primal Avocado Oil Mayo, but feel free to use a sugar-free mayonnaise of your choice.



After I added my chopped up deviled eggs to the bowl with the rest of the ingredients, I sprinkled with some salt & pepper & mixed it all together.  Once mixed, then it was ready for a light sprinkle of cayenne pepper and to eat!  I enjoyed mine over a bed of spinach, but it would also be great on lettuce, or in a sandwich on your favorite keto-friendly bread!  This made enough for two meals, so I saved my remaining half for my lunch the next day.


I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I do! Also, don’t forget to tag #KetoYum & #KetoYumFood when posting photos to your social media!

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Deviled Egg Chicken Salad
This is easy, delicious, and healthy! The perfect lunch!
Prep Time 8 minutes
Prep Time 8 minutes
  1. Chop/cut up a half cup of celery.
  2. Drain canned chicken and put in a small bowl.
  3. Add celery & mayonnaise to the chicken.
  4. Cut up the deviled eggs and add to bowl of other ingredients.
  5. Sprinkle with salt & pepper.
  6. Mix ingredients together.
  7. Sprinkle with cayenne pepper.
  8. Eat plain, on a bed of spinach or lettuce, or in a salad!

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Gina - January 26, 2018 Reply

This sounds SO GOOD!!

jenhane - March 5, 2019 Reply

I don’t know about the canned chicken does it exist for real?
I live in France and I can imagine looking for that here!

Carrie Marie - April 25, 2019 Reply

Hi Jen, you could try ordering Canned Chicken online. Otherwise, you can just cook some chicken breast, then cut or shred it a bit to use in this recipe. Hope you like it!

Mel - July 7, 2019 Reply

Hi! I was going to suggest using a rotisserie chicken. That’s what I’m going to do. Cheers!

Carrie Marie - September 25, 2019 Reply

Sounds yummy Mel! Thanks for sharing your idea!

Moses Brodin - August 7, 2019 Reply

Hello! I stumbled across your recipe blog some time ago and enjoy all the recipes! This looks yummy! Several in our family are on the GAPS diet right now and we are always looking for new recipe ideas! Thanks for sharing!

Carrie Marie - September 25, 2019 Reply

You’re welcome Moses! I’m not familiar with the GAPS diet, but I’m glad you enjoy the recipes that I share! Best wishes to you & your family!

Alisha Ross - August 10, 2019 Reply

This is so good. My family loves it…kids included. It’s become my “go to” recipe. I’ve made it quite a few times and finally decided I should say thank you for a good recipe. Thank you 🙂

Carrie Marie - September 25, 2019 Reply

Hi Alisha! I’m glad you & your family like it!

Nicholas - November 12, 2019 Reply

Is this with six whole eggs that have been deviled or six deviled Egg halves?

Carrie Marie - November 24, 2019 Reply

Hi Nicholas! This recipe is using 6 deviled egg halves, or 3 whole eggs.

Rose Martine - January 18, 2020 Reply

This so AMAZING! This is a dish that I would totally make for myself and probably keep for myself. My grandmother used to make something similar when I was a little girl.
rose martine

Carrie Marie - January 24, 2020 Reply

That’s great, Rose! I hope you like it and that it brings back memories of your childhood with your grandmother!

Vanessa - February 21, 2021 Reply

I made a vegetarian version of this for my husband using Quorn “chicken” pieces. I also used 1/8 tsp smoked paprika in place of cayenne. He loved it!! I will be making this for him again.

Carrie Marie - February 22, 2021 Reply

That’s awesome Vanessa!! Thanks for sharing!

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