Today I am going to give you an idea for a kid-friendly, healthy lunch, made from leftovers.
I buy one or two organic chickens every week. I usually roast them using this recipe. We eat the chicken as a meal with a few sides, and use the leftovers for other meals. One of our favorites is this quick and easy chicken salad.
I pull as much meat off the chicken as I can, and place it in a bowl.
To that, I add a little diced red onion, chopped celery, some dried cherries and pecans, almonds or cashews. Then, I mix in some olive oil mayo. I prefer to use organic, because there are no artificial preservatives...
This time I used Hellman's Olive Oil Mayo.
I had some lettuce leftover from a salad the previous night, so I added that to up the nutritional value.
I also use 100% whole wheat bread (organic) for more vitamins and fiber:)
This apple slicer is becoming one of my most used kitchen utensils. It is a must have! Especially if you have kids:)
I add a few spoonfuls of vanilla yogurt sprinkled with some organic cinnamon, as dip for the apples.
A delicious lunch...
That was quicker, easier and HEALTHIER than any mac and cheese;)
I hope you are enjoying the series:)