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It’s hard not to think about summer without thinking about the grill. And if you’re looking for a healthy meal to down on your deck, grilled chicken can be a good choice. But we’re not talking about the grilled chicken recipes your mom used to make on Memorial Day.
According to Fatsecret, one medium piece of boneless, skinless grilled chicken can have as little as 98 calories, 4 grams of fat, and 0 grams of carbohydrates. If you pair it with some vegetables, you have yourself a very healthy meal. You can even grill the veggies alongside your chicken for added health benefits.
The good news is you can find a lot of heart-healthy grilled chicken recipes that will please your taste buds. You can give up the fat and cholesterol without giving up the great taste of grilled chicken that you love. So, we put together a list of healthy grilled chicken recipes you can try without the guilt.
Healthy Grilled Chicken Recipes:
Start the summer off right with this healthy grilled chicken recipe. Only 159 calories and 3.5 grams of fat per serving.
It will only take you 15 minutes to prepare and 20 minutes to cook this tasty dish. It’s only 191 calories per serving and has 1 gram of saturated fat.
Even if you don’t love the fact that it only takes three ingredients to make this tasty dish, you are going to appreciate that it only has 139 calories per serving.
You’re going to love the fact that prep time and cook time combined is only 20 minutes. But the best part is there’s only 210 calories per serving, which is why it makes our list of healthy grilled chicken recipes.
The prep time on this one is a little longer than the others, but there is a payoff. This healthy grilled chicken recipe calls for you to grill your chicken and vegetables together. To save time, you can prep and chop some ingredients ahead of time or make a double batch to keep in your freezer for easy reheating.
These recipes are not only great on a hot summer day, but you can enjoy them all year round. In the end, it comes down to your personal preference. Maybe the next time you’re inspired to get out the grill, you’ll try one of these healthy grilled chicken recipes. Just remember to follow healthy grilling safety tips.
If you’d like more healthy eating tips, download our guide “Healthy Eating Made Easy.” Inside you’ll find a list of the heart-healthiest vegetables and why many experts say “size does matter”.