Again if you change the recipe DO NOT REVIEW IT ---- Post your own creation so we can tell you what was wrong with it! Jeez. We made it by recipe loved it
I like to think of myself as a chicken salad connoisseur but I wanted a WW friendly version of this recipe... it is AMAZING!! So light and fresh tasting but tastes exactly like the chicken salad I love. Thank you so much!!
This was VERY easy to make, which I absolutely love. It is a bit salty in taste, however I think next time I am going to skip the salt and pepper, but will be adding grapes and apples to the mix. All in all a decent WW receipe.
Loved it! Bf liked it too. Subbed whipped cream cheese for the sour cream, doubled the pepper, and didn't have any parsely. I did however, serve this on whole wheat buns and topped the chicken with alfalfa sprouts. So summer-y! It's a keeper; thanks for sharing.
Pretty good, like the simplicity, served on multi grain wrap
Super yummy, low-carb and low-fat, and quick/easy! A couple changes that I made: I substituted greek yogurt instead of the sour cream, I sprinkled in some garlic powder, I added some splenda, and also added in about 1/2 a cup of diced red onion. I calculated the calories with my ingredients and it came to only 165 calories per serving (4 total which were 3/4 cup each). Definitely gonna make again, but next time with less parsley! It was a little overpowering (but then again, I'm not really a parsley lover).
great! Used marinated grilled chicken and followed the recipe, delicious!
This was quick, easy and delicious!
I doubled the recipe, TRUE! But agree would have been too much salt for me too! Comes down to personal taste, really for me! VERY healthy, versatile recipe! Next time, might add julienne carrots, red capsicum too, As now it is the holidays, an extra serve of veggies won't harm anyone, TRUE! THANKS!
This was very yummy! I agree with Heather Gustin that it is a bit salty, and I even reduced the salt from 1/2 tsp to 3/8 tsp. I think the lemon juice, mustard, and dill pickles add salt, so next time I will just add 1/8 or 1/4 tsp. Otherwise, this was very tasty, especially since I know it was only 4 pts. per cup! Thanks for posting!