For a healthy dinner that's easy, too, try one of our healthy chicken recipes. Ready in under 30 minutes and ringing in at under 400 calories per serving, each chicken recipe is easy and good for you. There's no need to cook separate meals for the rest of the family with these healthy recipe ideas for chicken breasts, chicken salad, chicken soup, and family-friendly chicken sandwiches that everyone will enjoy.
Light, fresh, and fast, this pasta recipe incorporates whole grains, fresh veggies, and protein-packed chicken for a dinner that won't weigh you down. The yummy dish also makes for refreshing lunch leftovers!
Simple swaps can have big results. In this recipe, we replaced typical pasta with broccoli -- chicken alfredo just became a whole lot healthier!
Yogurt-based sauce packs in flavor, but leaves out extra fat. Top a pita bread with lettuce, chicken, tomato, feta chees, and dressing for a delicious, but easy, sandwich.
It doesn't get much easier than chicken, vegetables, and pasta. Basil pesto and Parmesan cheese pack the classic dinner with flavor.
Simmered in a sweet and spicy coconut sauce, ginger-chicken meatballs star in this East-meets-West chicken recipe. Ground chicken makes a leaner meatball than beef, and when served with a spicy shredded salad, this all-in-one noodle bowl is a balanced meal.
Refrigerated light Alfredo sauce makes pasta prep a cinch. Mix a medley of fresh veggies, chicken stir-fry strips, and whole wheat linguine in the creamy sauce for an irresistible quick and healthy dinner recipe.
Watercress brings a zesty spin to traditional leafy greens. Pair the healthy vegetable with seasoned chicken breasts, juicy orange slices, crumbled feta, and toasted hazelnuts for a nutritious and delicious dinner salad.
Perfect for potlucks and picnics, our delicious cilantro-lime pasta salad features hearty chunks of chicken, grape tomatoes, sweet peppers, and avocado. The chicken recipe also incorporates spicy jalapeno pepper, which complements the sweetness of juicy mango.
Chicken Recipe Tip: For extra-speedy chicken pasta prep, grill chicken breasts the night before or use refrigerated fully cooked chicken strips.
Boiling is one of the healthiest methods to cook chicken, and it's an easy way to give your chicken flavor before you even start a recipe. Watch as we show you how to boil chicken for perfect juicy results.
A toasted baguette sandwiches succulent slices of roast chicken and a crunchy cucumber-carrot topping for a delicious and quick dinner option. The Vietnamese recipe gets a spicy kick from jalapeno peppers and our homemade Sriracha mayo.
Chicken Recipe Tip: The vinegar mixture in this sandwich recipe begins to pickle the carrots, softening them and adding bright flavor with zero fat.
A trifecta of whipping cream, white wine, and Dijon mustard forms a sauce with full-bodied flavor for these skillet-cooked chicken breasts. Elegant enough for company, the healthy chicken recipe tastes great alone or on a bed of wild rice.
When combined, balsamic vinegar and honey provide the perfect balance of acidity and sweetness to chicken tenderloins. A trio of bright vegetables -- including carrots, tomatoes, and asparagus -- add heart-healthy vitamins to the chicken recipe.
Chicken enchiladas, the Mexican dinner recipe infamous for its fat and calories, have gone healthy. Wrapped in a whole wheat tortilla, the chicken, tomatoes, green chiles, and green onions gain spunky flavor from a chili-spiced cream cheese blend.
Chicken Enchilada Comparison: Our classic chicken enchilada recipe comes in at 30 grams of fat per serving. By using significantly less sour cream, these chicken enchilada wraps manage to cut that fat in half, at just 15 grams of fat per serving.
With all the comfort of down-home cooking and half the calories, this delectable chicken recipe features classic Southern ingredients like okra and red beans in a spicy Cajun tomato sauce. The main-dish recipe clocks in at just 228 calories per serving and has a filling 8 grams of fiber.
Ban bland chicken for good with these zesty lemon-butter chicken breasts. Coated in flour and lemon pepper seasoning, then cooked in a buttery skillet, the juicy chicken breasts get an extra helping of flavor from fresh-squeezed lemon juice.
A chicken-broth base keeps this recipe low in calories and difficulty. Plus the classic soup can be easily modified -- tortellini instead of noodles, anyone?
Create a healthy Asian dish in a snap with refrigerated grilled chicken strips and dried udon noodles. Coated in a zesty garlic-chili sauce, the pasta dinner incorporates a medley of stir-fry vegetables and grated fresh ginger for a nutritious spin on takeout.
Wondering how to bake chicken that's crispy on the outside and moist on the inside? Follow our video to find out how to make this flavorful main dish in a flash!
Bright green and nutrient-rich frozen pea pods add colorful flavor to this classic chicken stir-fry recipe. The dish features a zesty orange soy sauce and packs a whopping 32 grams of protein.
Chicken Recipe Tip: Gain additional fiber and nutrients in your chicken stir-fry recipe by replacing white rice with brown rice.
Pappardelle make this easy 20-minute (10 for prep, 10 to cook) dinner recipe seem a little more elegant.
Juicy chicken breasts get even tastier when wrapped with mouthwatering pancetta and gooey cheese. Add a savory date sauce and wilted greens for a nutrient-rich dinner that is low in sodium and high in flavor.
A delicious sweet-and-spicy curry-coconut milk sauce takes the stage in this healthy stir-fry. Bonus: The dish calls for a mix of veggies, lean chicken, and rice noodles, keeping the calorie count surprisingly low.
Skip the bottled barbecue sauce and whip up your own savory, low-calorie creation for this saucy chicken sandwich recipe. Mix shredded chicken into the sauce, then spoon it onto whole wheat buns.
Turn a traditional Waldorf salad inside out with fun lettuce wraps. Fill butterhead lettuce leaves with tender shredded chicken bathed in creamy low-fat dressing. The easy chicken salad recipe gets a sweet twist from rosemary and honey.
Ready in just 25 minutes, this classic Italian recipe is easy and surprisingly healthy. Simple ingredients like lemon, salty capers, and parsley create an irresistible medley of flavors.
Watching fat and calories? This pizza is a must. With refrigerated pizza dough for the crust and low-calorie picante sauce, this Southwestern version of chicken pizza is full of flavor without the guilt.
Sweet peppers, onion, and garlic combine with undrained diced tomatoes to make a hearty but healthy sauce.
Sandwiches aren't just for lunch! Filled with apples, low-fat yogurt, and cucumbers, this healthy chicken recipe is heartier and more flavorful than a traditional chicken salad, so you'll stay full longer.
Savor the creamy goodness of chicken pot pie without all the fat and calories. This chicken-vegetable casserole recipe uses deli-roasted chicken, a jar of home-style gravy, and an assortment of frozen vegetables for a healthy and homey meal that's ready in minutes.