So, the other day Mike and I went out to lunch and split a side of chicken waldorf salad at a local deli. Now, I love waldorf salad, but this was unlike anything I had ever tasted. It was so good. So, I started taking smaller and smaller bites trying to figure out what ingredients were used so I could replicate the recipe. Below is what I came up with
- 2 honeycrisp apples
- 2 chicken breasts
- seedless grapes
- 10 oz. vanilla Greek Yogurt
- chopped walnuts
- Cook and shred the chicken breasts. I cook mine in the crockpot because it keeps the chicken juicy and it makes it easier to shred.
- Slice the apples and grapes, put them in a bowl with the craisins and sprinkle with cinnamon. I used a lot of cinnamon, but its all about preference. Start with a small amount. You can always add more.
- Mix the seasoned fruit, shredded chicken, yogurt and a few handfuls of walnut. Serve chilled when ready.
Mike said my version is better than the one we split at the deli. He may be a little bias and I am not sure I agree. However, I can’t deny that my version is pretty scrumptious. I entered this recipe into MyFitnessPal. It makes about 6 servings and has about 320 calories per serving. You can make it as a side or put it on bread and make a sandwich