Lightened Up Chipotle Chicken and Avocado Melts


Healthy chicken and avocado melts with homemade chipotle sauce make the perfect lunch or anytime meal!  Lightened Up Chipotle Chicken and Avocado MeltsIf you love melts, sandwiches, or any type of food then you’re going to love these lightened up chipotle chicken and avocado melts! These melts are packed with wholesome ingredients and no cheese thanks to my homemade skinny chipotle and cilantro sauce. The chicken is lightly spiced and pan seared until golden and then topped with fresh avocado and the chipotle sauce. This combo is then sandwiched in between two of the most most wholesome slices of eureka! organic bread and toasted to perfection! The result is a crispy flavorful melt filled with a spicy chipotle sauce and tender chicken that is out of this world! And best of all, it’s lightened up so you can enjoy it without the guilt! As eureka! bread says, “Don’t Be Bland: eating better doesn’t have to be boring/you don’t have to sacrifice taste in order to eat better.”Lightened Up Chipotle Chicken and Avocado MeltsThis bread is the true secret to these delicious melts. eureka! is an organic bread that is bursting with rich flavor and tasty goodness. It’s loaded with wholesome ingredients which means no high fructose corn syrup or artificial flavors, colors or preservatives and it’s made with sustainable packaging (up to 39% renewable materials) so you’re helping the environment while eating healthy! Lightened Up Chipotle Chicken and Avocado MeltsLightened Up Chipotle Chicken and Avocado Melts

Lightened Up Chipotle Chicken and Avocado Melts

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Serves: 2

Ingredients

  • To make the chicken:
  • 1 medium chicken breast, sliced in half (butterflied)
  • ½ tsp italian seasoning
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • ½ tsp olive oil
  • To assemble Melts:
  • 4 slices eureka! bread
  • 1 tsp olive oil or butter
  • 1 small avocado, sliced
  • 4 tablespoons skinny chipotle sauce

Instructions

  1. Season the chicken breast with italian seasoning, salt and pepper. Heat a large heavy-duty skillet to medium high heat for 2 minutes. Pour ½ tablespoon oil into pan and add chicken cook chicken for 4-5 minutes per side or until fully cooked. Remove from pan and rest for 3-5 minutes before slicing.
  2. To assemble:
  3. Heat a heavy-duty pan to medium heat. Add olive oil to pan and place two sliced bread in the pan. Top each slice of bread with 2 tablespoons chipotle sauce, ½ sliced avocado, and ½ sliced chicken breast. Top with another slice of bread and toast each side for about 1 minute or until golden. Serve immediately. Dip in more chipotle sauce if desired.

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