Nacho Normal Snack (AIP Edition)

Now that my elimination diet has come to an end and I’m starting to reintroduce normal foods again, I thought of a legit AIP snack. Perfect timing right? For those who know me – I’m a much better food EATER than I am food-maker. I’m definitely NOT a cook, a chef, recipe developer, but I can follow a recipe like a pro. Although I was inspired by photos on my IG for this recipe, I decided the ingredients, therefore making this the FIRST recipe I’ve ever created. BOOM.

Aimee’s BBQ Chicken AIP “Nachos”

Ingredients (FYI these can be organic or non-organic, whichever YOU and your budget prefer):

1 handful of Jackson’s Honest Purple Heirloom Potato Chips (or Sweet Potato)

2 Boneless and Skinless Organic Chicken Tenders

1/2 of an Organic Avocado

2 tbsp of KC Natural’s Primal Cherry Paleo AIP BBQ Sauce 

1 stalk of Green Onions or Chives

1 handful of Organic Spinach

1 dash of Pink Himalayan Sea Salt

1 Tiny Lime Wedge

1 Piece of Whole 30 Approved Bacon (I didn’t think of adding this to my pictured nachos until AFTER I just wrote this recipe…fail)

  1. Warm a tiny skillet to medium heat and add piece of bacon. Cook until crisped on both sides. Once done, remove from pan and let cool.
  2. Add the pieces of chicken right to the pan with the bacon grease. This will take about 8-10 minutes to cook thru (depending on the size of your tenders).
  3. Once cooked thru, drizzle with KC’s Cherry BBQ Sauce and put to the side while you assemble the nachos.
  4. Grab a cutting board and chop up the green onion, avocado, and bacon strip to your preferred size.
  5. Time to layer – Grab a plate or bowl and place the handful of chips on the bottom.
  6. Next layer is the spinach leaves and followed by the chicken.
  7. Sprinkle the chopped bacon bits, green onions, avocado, and pink salt.
  8. Finally, squeeze the lime juice on top and Voila ! Bon Appetit!! I washed mine down with Brew Dr. Kombucha (yasssss)image3-12

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