Strawberry, Chicken, and Kale Salad is a lovely spring and summer lunch! Remember last Fit Friday's Raspberry Balsamic Dressing? Well, it goes perfectly with our Strawberry, Chicken, and Kale Salad today! They're a match made in heaven if I do say so myself!! :)
I love the spring time not only because all the flowers and trees are beginning to burst into bloom but it's also when all the fresh berries start coming into season! Strawberry, Chicken, and Kale Salad has shredded chicken breast, red onions, fresh strawberries, mint, and the most moth-watering cheese ever made! The cheese on our Strawberry, Chicken, and Kale Salad is from one of my favorite stores, Trader Joes. I can't even begin to tell you how fabulous it is. . . FOR REALS! You've simply all got to give it a try!
Here's what TJ's says about it. . . Creamy Toscano Cheese Soaked in Syrah- begins with a Wisconsin-crafted cheese that seamlessly blends the nutty flavor of an aged Parmesan with the creamy texture of a farmstead Cheddar. In a twist that's exclusive to Trader Joe's, each wheel is soaked in our very own Coastal Syrah. The wine imparts subtle blackberry and plum jam flavors to the cheese, creating a marriage of flavors that's destined to make you say "I do," over and over again.
Strawberry, Chicken, and Kale Salad
Recipe Type: Main
- 4 cups baby kale leaves
- 1 cup shredded, cooked chicken breast
- 1 cup sliced fresh strawberries
- 1/2 red onion, thinly sliced
- 1/2 cup cubed Creamy Toscano Cheese Soaked in Syrah
- 10-12 fresh mint leaves
- Divide kale on serving plates, divide remaining ingredients between plates, and serve with raspberry balsamic dressing.
Strawberry, Chicken, and Kale Salad with a crusty baguette makes the perfect lunch or light dinner!
Today we are doing a Tabata style workout with a weighted ball. Tabata is hard, it is supposed to be. You have to learn to embrace the hard, seek after the hard, and you will find that hard is fun. Hard is how we get better. Hard it how we make changes.
Quick reminder: Tabata is 20 seconds all out with a 10 second rest for 8 rounds (4 minutes). The 20 seconds is meant to be all out!
Have a fabulous Fit Friday!
Much Love and Peace~ Ruthie