The World’s Easiest Chicken Salad

Hello, everyone, I hope you’re having a wonderful day!

Effortless cooking without the appearance or taste of it being so effortlessly is what I’m going for today. In short keeping thing’s simple, delicious and as healthy as I can! So today I’m sharing a very easy to make Chicken Salad.

With that being said let’s jump right into this recipe.

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4 organic chicken breast (boneless skinless)

2 organic apples (I used pink lady diced)

3/4 C organic vegan mayo

1/2 small organic onion ( I used white onion diced)


1/2 tsp pink Himalayan sea salt

1/2 tsp organic black pepper 

1/2 tsp organic garlic powder

1/2 tsp organic paprika

1 tbsp organic dried dill


  1. In a large pot over medium-high heat, cover the chicken with water and bring to a boil ( or what I like to do is use vegetable or chicken broth to add just a bit of flavor to the chicken itself.) Cook for 20-30 minutes, or until tender. Drain and set aside to cool completely for 15-20 minutes, then dice.
  2. In a bowl add all your ingredients and mix.

Just like that your Chicken Salad is prepared. This dish is very versatile you can add pears, craisins, raisins, grapes, walnuts, almonds, or whatever you like to make it your own.

Serve with crackers, over a bed of lettuce, make lettuce wraps, or make chicken salad sandwiches the choice is yours!

I hope you will give this recipe a try and enjoy it as much and my family and I do.

Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by, I greatly appreciate it.

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Until Next Time,



18 thoughts on “The World’s Easiest Chicken Salad

  1. Hi Timeka,

    You had me at “Effortless cooking”, my kind of cooking, no stress but with a tasty meal at the end. Looks delicious, I like the idea of the sweet from the apples and raisins blending with the savoury from the chicken. 🙂

    Happy 4th of July!

  2. I love the fact that you combine quality nutrients without sacrificing flavor, taste or presentation. People do not like to eat quality food because they are under the assumption it tastes like cardboard. Your recipe proves them WRONG!

  3. I love chicken salad. I will try this take on it soon. I don’t know how recently you changed the look of your blog but it looks fantastic. Maybe I wasn’t paying attention but I like that you included you’re cooking and DYI along with your sewing in your header. Very nice.

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