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!

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