This flexible meal plan recipe for Chicken Waldorf Salad makes the best of leftover or pre-cooked chicken [even canned!] Mix up the ingredients to create other recipes based on what you have. Other combinations to consider: canned tuna + sunflower seeds, canned salmon + pepitas. The collard wraps add another layer of nutrient density but feel free to stuff into your favorite vehicle.
Chicken Waldorf Salad Wraps
Yields2 Servings
 4 collard leaves
 10 oz cooked chicken breast
 ¼ cup avocado mayonnaise
 ½ cup grapes, quartered
 2 scallions, chopped
 2 tbsp parsley, chopped
  cup walnuts, raw, chopped
 ½ avocado, sliced
 salt and pepper to taste
1

Shred chicken and place in a large bowl.

2

Chop scallions and walnuts.

3

Remove stems of collards. Place each leaf on a flat surface and, using a sharp knife or vegetable peeler, shave off some of the spine to make it more flexible. Rinse in very hot water to soften and set aside.

4

To the chicken, add mayonnaise and stir with a fork until the chicken is flaky. Season with salt and pepper and stir in grapes, scallions, and walnuts.

5

Add chicken mixture to collards, top with some avocado, and wrap.

NOTES
6

This flexible meal plan recipe for Chicken Waldorf Salad makes the best of leftover or pre-cooked chicken [even canned!] Mix up the ingredients to create other recipes based on what you have. Other combinations to consider: canned tuna + sunflower seeds, canned salmon + pepitas. The collard wraps add another layer of nutrient density but feel free to stuff into your favorite vehicle.

Ingredients

 4 collard leaves
 10 oz cooked chicken breast
 ¼ cup avocado mayonnaise
 ½ cup grapes, quartered
 2 scallions, chopped
 2 tbsp parsley, chopped
  cup walnuts, raw, chopped
 ½ avocado, sliced
 salt and pepper to taste

Directions

1

Shred chicken and place in a large bowl.

2

Chop scallions and walnuts.

3

Remove stems of collards. Place each leaf on a flat surface and, using a sharp knife or vegetable peeler, shave off some of the spine to make it more flexible. Rinse in very hot water to soften and set aside.

4

To the chicken, add mayonnaise and stir with a fork until the chicken is flaky. Season with salt and pepper and stir in grapes, scallions, and walnuts.

5

Add chicken mixture to collards, top with some avocado, and wrap.

NOTES
6

This flexible meal plan recipe for Chicken Waldorf Salad makes the best of leftover or pre-cooked chicken [even canned!] Mix up the ingredients to create other recipes based on what you have. Other combinations to consider: canned tuna + sunflower seeds, canned salmon + pepitas. The collard wraps add another layer of nutrient density but feel free to stuff into your favorite vehicle.

Chicken Waldorf Salad Wraps