I’ve always counted macros and have always tried to avoid high-fat foods, but I have pretty much been eating the same exact food since 2009, and I think my body was just over it!I decided it was time to try something new and have several gym friends who rave about Keto, so I’m trying it out. So far I love it, I feel amazing, but I’m only a week in so too soon to really tell. I love the new foods and recipes I’m able to add into my daily meal plan and figured I’d share one of my new favorite discoveries! My own Keto Chicken Salad! Now me being me although I’m supposed to be eating fatty foods I refuse to overload on saturated fats, which is why I love Trader Joes Organic Mayo. It has 11g of fat a serving, but 8.5g of those are polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats, healthy fats instead of saturated fat. All the ingredients are less processed and contain no added sweeteners, but it actually tastes like traditional real mayonnaise.



1.3 lbs of Chicken (about 3-4 chicken breasts)
7 Tablespoons of Trader Joes Organic Mayonnaise
2-3 Stalks Celery

2 -3 Table spoons Red Onion
Garlic Powder
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  1. Bake chicken and cut into small pieces
  2. Dice celery and onion
  3. Combine chicken, mayo, celery and red onion
  4. Add salt pepper and garlic to taste

Makes 7 servings (111g is one serving)

* CORRECTION* so many people are commenting that this is not 0g Carbs, which technically they are correct. To clarify if you follow a keto diet, which counts net carbs it is less than 1 g net carbs… Total carbs = 1g, the dietary fiber in the recipe is 0.4g,  so 1 – 0.4g =0 .6, which makes the net carbs 0.6g, so I guess I should have titled it “0.6 Net Carb Chicken salad”


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