This easy keto chicken salad with avocado and bacon is full of flavor and very satisfying. It’s made with wholesome ingredients that are very nutritious, easy to make, and loaded with healthy fats and fiber.
I want to share with you one of our favorite keto salads that’s a staple in our house. It’s super fresh and filling, a total winner, loved both by adults and children. The ingredients are delicious on their own but wait for the tangy fresh lemon dressing that brings all the flavors together. Everything is so easy to make!
A keto chicken salad is perfect to have for lunch, and any leftovers can be stored for a to-go lunch. This chicken recipe is incredibly versatile, and it’s ready within minutes.
Ingredients for the Keto Chicken Salad
I love to make effortless recipes, and this easy keto avocado chicken salad is no exception from this rule. Summer is going to end soon, so I’d rather spend some time in nature after work than in the kitchen near a hot oven.
This salad is an excellent source of protein featuring rotisserie chicken, bacon, and eggs. For healthy fats, we add avocado and olive oil in the dressing. All these ingredients are a staple in our keto kitchen.
For this refreshing low carb chicken salad you’ll need just a few ingredients that I bet you already have:
- chicken breast – if you have leftover chicken breast, this is the best way to use it. Rotisserie chicken breast is perfect if you want to save some time.
- avocado – is among the healthiest fruits on the planet and comes with many potential benefits. And it’s so creamy, nutty and full of flavor.
- mixed greens – For little crunch and volume I love to add mixed greens to my keto chicken sala
- boiled eggs – my favorite protein.
- bacon – bacon is life and has a place in any recipe. Pairs perfect with eggs and chicken so here it is. Salty Crunchy Bacon!
- red onion
- fresh parsley
How to Make to Make the Keto Paleo Chicken Salad
It’s a breeze to make this easy keto chicken recipe even if you have to cook your chicken breast. Roasted or boiled it adds roughly 20 minutes.
Just take a big salad bowl, add a handful of greens then top with shredded chicken, eggs, ripe avocado, crispy bacon bits.
Toss with the delicious lemon dressing, and that’s it. That’s it! Your healthy chicken salad is ready to devour.
Serve topped with fresh parsley or coriander and with some seeds crackers for double crunch!
How to Serve Chicken Salad
This avocado bacon salad is extremely versatile, packed with protein that can be served in other ways than just plain. Here are a few ideas of how to serve this delicious chicken salad:
- A filling for Lettuce Wraps
- Making a keto chicken sandwich with easy 90 seconds bread.
- As a main dish or as a side dish
How to Store Low Carb Chicken Salad
Meal prepping is a great way to save time while still enjoying homemade keto meals. This chicken salad is perfect for making in advance and even tastes better a day after as flavors develop.
To keep it fresh for longer don’t add the avocado and greens. You can assemble the salad just before serving or in the mooring to take to work for lunch!
Although lemon juice prevents the avocado from browning, I love my avocado green and freshly chopped.
Store it for up to three days in an airtight container, but it’s best served fresh.
More Keto Salad Recipes:
- The Best Creamy Cucumber Salad
- Italian Caprese Salad Recipe
- Healthy Keto Egg Salad – Low Carb Recipe
- Authentic Pico de Gallo
Easy Low Carb Keto Avocado Chicken Salad
- 2 large cooked chicken breasts leftover or rotisserie are great!
- 2 ripe avocados
- 2 cups mixed greens
- 2 hard-boiled eggs peeled and chopped
- 6 slices bacon cooked and chopped
- 1/2 medium red onion chopped
- 2 Tbsp Fresh Parsley chopped
- In a large bowl add the mixed greens, shredded or chopped chicken breasts, eggs, bacon, red onion, and avocado.
- To make the dressing combine freshly squeezed lemon juice, olive oil, salt, and pepper to taste.
- Drizzle the dressing over the salad and toss to coat evenly.
How do we calculate the nutrition info?
These nutrition facts listed are determined using nutrition information from the USDA Food Database. Our nutrition facts are accurate, but if you are using different products, please make your calculations. Net carb count is calculated by subtracting both fiber and sugar alcohols because they don’t raise blood sugar.
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