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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 3
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 216.7
  • Total Fat: 10.9 g
  • Cholesterol: 59.2 mg
  • Sodium: 486.5 mg
  • Total Carbs: 6.9 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 0.7 g
  • Protein: 22.1 g

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Fruited Chicken Salad w/Yogurt

Submitted by: GUNIVERA

Introduction

My own rendition of Arby's chicken salad My own rendition of Arby's chicken salad
Number of Servings: 3

Ingredients

    1 large can of chicken, drained
    1/8 C chopped walnuts
    1/4 C seedless grapes, diced
    1/4 C apples, diced
    2 oz fat free vanilla yogurt


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Directions

Mix all ingredients together and serve on salad, flatbread, pita, wrap, etc.

Number of Servings: 3

Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user GUNIVERA.






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  • Very Good
    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
    I had never even had chicken salad before. This was good. - 11/8/11

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  • Incredible!
    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
    This was so delicious! I didn't expect yogurt and chicken to be a good combo, but it is.

    Made a few changes. Added 1/4 c of diced cantaloupe, 1/2 c quartered strawberries, and an additional 2 oz. of yogurt. Also used 5 oz. of grilled chicken instead of canned chicken. - 7/1/10

    Reply from GUNIVERA (2/28/11)
    I love how it's so versitile! I think my fave is blueberries and almonds. Glad you like it!


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  • This looks great...I'm so glad someone else used yogurt! lol I just had to leave the nuts out of a portion for my daughter. - 8/1/12

    Reply from GUNIVERA (5/2/13)
    I make this for any festival my organization hosts, so I leave the nuts out for that because of all the folks with allergies. It still always does well.


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  • Great combination! And extra fruit to boot! , but if, like me, you use chicken made and spiced for a different recipe, ummm.. be careful. LOL! I will make this again with PLAIN chicken :) - 5/7/11

    Reply from GUNIVERA (5/10/11)
    LOL, yes, I can imagine that spiced chicken would be, um, interesting. ;) Let me know what you think with plain chicken.


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  • Made it for a teachers' luncheon and they absolutely loved it. Everyone asked for the recipe. I will definitely make this again. Thank you:) - 3/23/11

    Reply from GUNIVERA (5/10/11)
    How WONDERFUL! I come from a long line of teachers, even went to college for it myself before I left to have my daughter. Hat's off to you all for your hard work. Glad they liked it!


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  • Can't wait to try this! Our local grocery store deli offers some with grapes and pecans, but it's 360 calories for 4 oz. and has 32 grams of FAT. I just tried chicken salad on an English muffin with raisins and it was AWESOME! - 8/11/10

    Reply from GUNIVERA (2/28/11)
    I hope you got to try it. :D Definately better than 32 grams of fat. ;)


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  • I have never been able to eat chicken salad since I am allergic to mayonnaise. Glad to find this recipe and when the fruit & nuts are diced well, it is very lapband friendly. Note to self: Do not use yogurt with nutrasweet again! - 6/17/10

    Reply from GUNIVERA (2/28/11)
    I'm glad this was helpful to you. :)

    I avoid yogurt (or anything else) with artificial sweeteners. My doc doesn't want me having them.

    Hope things are going well with your lapband.


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  • The yogart threw me and tasted very good. - 5/17/10

    Reply from GUNIVERA (5/30/10)
    I've been using yogurt to replace a lot of things, it takes some getting used to, but is really good! I'm happy you found it appetizing!


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  • Wonderful - made it for lunch today. - 4/3/10

    Reply from GUNIVERA (5/30/10)
    I'm glad you liked it!


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  • I ate it like a side dish. I had to have 1.5 servings as the 1 serving was just not enough for me. It was good...the chicken flavor mixed with the yogurt and grape flavor rather well...different, but yummy. - 3/19/09

    Reply from GUNIVERA (8/18/09)
    I started making it with blueberries & almonds as a variation. Also very yummy!

    I'm so thrilled that folks like my recipe enough to comment on it & add it to their cookbooks. Thanks everyone!


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  • I had this with pita bread today and it was great! I'm going to just have it as a salad tomorrow. - 3/4/09

    Reply from GUNIVERA (3/15/09)
    I'm so glad you liked it! :)


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  • this was a very yummy lunch and so easy to make! i added a little bit of celery salt to give it some celery flavor, but next time i think i will just used chopped celery :) - 2/14/09

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  • I love this chicken salad. I don't even like to put it on bread, I just eat it like a side dish. FABULOUS!!!!! - 12/3/08

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