Chicken and cranberry salad

If you happen to have a couple of left over chicken breast lying around or perhaps didn’t need them for a recipe you were making, then here is my advice to you. Trim the fat off the breast and boil them for approximately 15 – 20 mins until fully cooked. Shred or cut up into small cubs and add 2 tbsp of mayonnaise along with 1/2 cup of dried cranberries. Add a little salt and pepper to taste.

I am trying to reduce my carb in take so I substitute a couple of crackers for bread to change it up. I usually us a different assortment of Van’s crackers but today I was craving Trisucts! It hit the spot!

I put them on triscuts for lunch an010

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Author: Jeana

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