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Low FODMAP Butternut Chicken “Chili”

This wasn’t your traditional chili and reminded me more of a stew but it is low FODMAP friendly which essentially means perfect for a sensitive stomach!

I got the recipe from Katie Crokus here: https://www.instagram.com/p/CH0ypNrAsHx/
But made some changes to amounts and ingredients.
Here’s how I made it…
In a large pot on the stove sprayed with cooking spray, saute over medium heat:
200g celery⠀
450g cubed butternut squash (I used fresh but bought a prechopped)⠀
300g diced bell peppers
Salt and 1 tsp turmeric
1 cup low sodium organic chicken broth
Once the veggies begin to soften, stir in 8.5 oz shredded rotisserie chicken, another 1 cup of chicken broth, and a sprinkle of Italian seasoning blend.
Stir in a 14.5 oz can of petite diced tomatoes.
Simmer until squash is soft, about 30 min.⠀
Remove heat and stir in:⠀
4 cups fresh baby spinach⠀
4 tbs. whipped cream cheese
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After doing this I let it sit on low another 30 minutes or so! It made about 4 servings and was delicious!!
Who else craves comfort foods this time of year?!
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Meal Prep Orange Chicken

🍴 Meal Prep Monday🍴

This was so easy and now dinner or lunches are done for the week.

🍊 Orange Chicken 🍗

All I did was cook boneless chicken breast in a skillet, mixed in bragg’s aminos, & sugar free orange marmalade, portioned out and served over green beans and cauliflower rice.

Took me under 30 minutes.

I also prepped some ground turkey for taco salads and have plenty of options on hand for yogurt bowls, oatmeal, eggs, rice cakes, smoothie bowls, and mug cakes.

What’s on your menu for the week?

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