I love this one-pot recipe. It’s made right in the pressure cooker without much fuss. You can skip the pasta if you want to lower the carb count, or keep it for a filling, and hearty soup.

These chicken tenders are easy, crunchy and flavorful right out of the air fryer. You can also do them in the oven – either way, it’s a great chicken dish, and a low carb option.

This one-pan recipe is absolutely delicious and made with just a few ingredients. This dish makes great leftovers, and you can season the chicken to your liking. It all pairs well with the creamed spinach.

I love these sticky miso wings. The sauce is a sweet-savory blend, and they’re oven-baked and perfect as a hand-held appetizer (or a full meal, if you’re brave!)

Jamaican jerk chicken wings are classic and can either be done in the oven, or on the grill. They’re full of flavor and easy to make!

Thick, hearty, and down-home. This pressure cooker chicken and dumplings makes huge dumplings, in a rich broth, and tender chicken pieces. This is a great treat for a crowd, or it makes amazing leftovers.

This is the best, and one of the quickest ways to make a whole chicken. Use the leftovers for salads and soups, or cut up your chicken as a perfect pairing for meals.

Butter chicken is incredibly tender and packed with flavors like turmeric and garam masala. Here’s a version that is low carb, and delicious in flavor. You can add these to tacos, or serve with the rice of your choice.

My Greek-style pan-roasted chicken is one of my husband’s favorite recipes of all time. With lots of oregano and lemon, you’ll want to reach back into the pan for seconds.

Salads don’t need to be boring, and this one is no exception. Lots of protein, healthy fats, and great texture. You won’t skip a kale salad again!

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