Looking for something fresh, healthy, and easy to make for lunch or dinner? These healthy buffalo chicken bowls can't be beat!
You will love our healthy Buffalo Chicken Bowl. It is packed with veggies, shredded buffalo chicken, avocado and topped with a light ranch dressing. They are filling and delicious and always a crowd-pleaser.
Buffalo Chicken Bowl
So ever since baby number three came around (about six weeks ago) I've been trying really hard to be more healthy. I hate dieting, counting calories, etc. (who likes it?) So I've been working on just changing my lifestyle to a healthy, happy state that I can maintain.
A huge aspect of making healthy eating maintainable for me is that food still has to be filling and taste good! These shredded buffalo chicken bowls manage both of those things, with flair! My sister gave me the recipe, and I have eaten them at least twice a week ever since.. guilt-free!
Healthy Buffalo Chicken
This healthy crockpot buffalo chicken isn't only delicious in this healthy bowl recipe! We love to eat our leftover shredded buffalo chicken on salads, sandwiches or tacos as well. So, if you have leftovers try this amazing Buffalo Chicken Salad recipe, give these easy buffalo chicken sliders a try or find all our yummy dinner recipes here!
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How to Make Healthy Buffalo Chicken Bowls
Good news - these bowls are as easy to throw together as they are delicious to eat. There are basically two simple steps.
Step 1: Cook your buffalo chicken in the crock pot.
Step 2: Mix together all your veggies in a large bowl and prepare to serve!
Healthy Chicken Bowls Pro Tips:
- I like to use Slow Cooker Liners whenever I use my slow-cooker. They make cleaning up a breeze.
- These bowls customize really well. If you don't like something, leave it out. If you'd like to add in something (my kids like when I use brown rice sometimes), add that in.
- Store all leftovers in the fridge in airtight containers. Leftovers will last for 7 days in the refrigerator.
Buffalo Chicken Meal Prep
Make the chicken and shred it, drain and rinse corn and beans, and store those ingredients in the fridge. When you're ready to eat, throw some of the veggie mixture into a bowl, then slice avocado and tomatoes just before serving.
One of the best things about this recipe is that most all the carbs come from veggies! There is no rice or noodle base and guess what-- you won't even miss it! There's a reason these healthy buffalo chicken bowls are one of our very most popular recipes and that's because they are filling, healthy, and delicious!
Healthy Chicken Bowls
Mmm, my mouth is watering just looking at the pictures. There are so many delicious flavors in this buffalo chicken recipe, I guarantee it will leave your tummy not only full, but happy!
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Healthy Crock Pot Buffalo Chicken Bowls
- Add chicken, garlic and hot sauce to slow cooker and cook on low for 6 hours or on high for 3 hours. When chicken is cooked through, shred it and set it aside.
- Next, drain and rinse the corn and black beans. Add them to a bowl. Rinse and halve cherry tomatoes and add them to the bowl as well. Lastly, dice avocados and add them to the mix!
- Add the veggie mixture to a small bowl. Top with chicken, and finish with some ranch dressing.
Buffalo Chicken Bowl Pro Tips:I like to use Slow Cooker Liners whenever I use my slow-cooker. They make cleaning up a breeze.
Buffalo Chicken Meal PrepMake the chicken and shred it, drain and rinse corn and beans, and store those ingredients in the fridge. When you're ready to eat, throw some of the veggie mixture into a bowl, then slice avocado and tomatoes just before serving. If you have leftovers, try this amazing Buffalo Chicken Salad recipe or give these easy buffalo chicken sliders.
If you need another easy weeknight meal idea try this yummy homemade fried rice.
Well, there you have it! I hope your family loves this dish as much as mine does!
This post was originally published in June of 2015 and has been updated with new photos, video, and more detailed instructions. If you are interested in trying a fruit and veggie based supplement check out this post.