29 Comments

  1. Toni

    I added dried cranberries minus cilantro and apples.

  2. Mike

    This looks great but I’m curious to know if it is a dish that needs to be eaten within a short period of time or would a batch of it keep over the course of a few days. Thanks.

  3. Kristi

    Delicious! I followed the recipe with the exception of the celery.

  4. Ariana

    I made this for lunch today, it was good but missing something though I’m not sure what. I’ll have to make some adjustments so that it is just right!

  5. Jen

    Not sure if you’ll see this Elise,but I love the look of your website.I come back here all the time because of the carefully laid out explanations and lovingly prepared food.Thank you for offering your gifts! I also enjoy that you are somewhere around my neighborhood in Sacramento!

  6. Kathy Langlinais

    Made it today. Very good! I added the zest from my lime also.

  7. Ronnelle

    I made this for the first time today. This was soooooo good and very simple. Nice recipe

  8. Kyla P

    I’m looking for something that tastes very similar to a basic chicken salad, so would you go for the parsley or cilantro? I’m thinking Parsley. Also, has anyone tried it with the Parsley? How did it turn out?

  9. Sylvia Velarde

    Will canned chicken work for this recipe?

    • Elise Bauer

      Hello Sylvia, I don’t see why not. If you try it with canned chicken, please let us know how it works out for you.

  10. Pam Bergheimer

    Your Avacado Chicken Salad is
    Brilliant!! So easy. Friends
    enjoyed a spoonful on crackers
    As a snack!

  11. Amy

    I made this for the first time –and without the apple (I’m allergic) but a bit more lime juice and it was delicious! It will be in rotation from now on as it was super easy and with ingredients I usually have around (minus the cilantro)

  12. Kathy

    This is my favorite lunch at the moment! I have made it twice, even my 3 year old granddaughter likes it.

  13. Tim

    I made this today and it was delicious. A real keeper. I did add a dollop of Mayo but it probably didn’t need it

  14. Penny

    Yum – so delicious! We ate it in lettuce leaves as a ‘wrap.’ Light and delicious and totally satisfying. This will probably be a weekly standard with the rotisserie chicken, to have on hand for healthy snacking.

  15. Jim O'Donnell

    This caught my eye. I made it and loved it. Will definitely make this again

  16. emily

    Has anyone packed this salad for lunch? I am wondering if it would hold up for My husband’s sandwich without getting soggy or too brown. Thanks!

  17. Kate @ Framed Cooks

    Love, love this approach to chicken salad – I’m about to do round 2 of the Whole 30 and this is going to be one of my go-to lunches throughout the month! And thank you so much for the shout-out to my chicken salad – means the world to me coming from you, as your site is one of my long-time favorites!

  18. Jessica The Oven Cleaning Gal

    When I saw that you added an apple I said to myself that this is going to be awesome. And I wasn’t wrong. I made the salad yesterday and I finished the whole bowl by myself. The apple really add a nice touch to it and makes it even lighter.

  19. Annette @ annettesfoodpassion

    It is the perfect lunch box recipe for our kids and also for us! This is my first comment after having followed your blog since a few years, I have cooked many of your recipes and they all are a sure winner.Thank you so much for your great recipes!

  20. Chad

    My brother’s wife is a vegan and uses avocados for everything, While I doubt she would like this recipe (chicken) I will share a meat free version with her. Maybe a well seeded diced jalapeño could be added. I will try this recipe as is and with salt free canned tuna as well.

  21. Sandy S

    This will be made later this week! Need my avocados to ripen up first. May have to set a scoop aside and add a bit of curry powder, to see what that would taste like. Every since your Mulligatawny recipe, I am craving curry. I have no idea what it will do for an avocado!? Seems like it would be good with the other ingredients.
    Thanks for the links you provide with your recipes, Elise. Love browsing them, too.

  22. Monika

    As a salad, the quantity is great. For two sandwiches, it is rather a lot if you wish to eat them with decency – I’ve made a similar salad some days ago (tuna fish in lieu of chicken, celery in lieu of apples) with the same quantities, and it was enough for four sandwiches.

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