BBQ Ranch Chicken-Stuffed Sweet Potatoes


2015/05/21 by nikkiledford

I made these this week for one of my clients, and was legitimately sad that I didn’t get to eat them. I suppose I could always just prepare them at home right?

If you’re pressed for time this meal can easily be prepared ahead of time by roasting the sweet potatoes, boiling the chicken, and making the ranch over the weekend. Then just throw it all together when you need a quick dinner! This is a great kid-friendly paleo dish.

(ps. adults like it too)

You can make this Whole 30 by getting some sugar-free BBQ sauce, or just leaving it out.

BBQ Ranch Chicken

BBQ Ranch Chicken-Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

1/2 c. Dairy Free Ranch
2 large hannah sweet potatoes
1 lb. cooked chicken breast (I boiled them in lemon water)
1/2 c. diced celery
1/4 c. diced green onion
salt and pepper to taste

drizzle of your favorite BBQ sauce

  1. Preheat oven to 375.
  2. Halve the sweet potatoes and roast cut side down for 30-40 mins, until soft.
  3. In a bowl, shred the cooked chicken.
  4. Add ranch, celery, and green onion.
  5. Season to taste.
  6. Top the potato halves with chicken mixture and drizzle with BBQ sauce!

One thought on “BBQ Ranch Chicken-Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

  1. […] This is the low-carb friendly version of my BBQ Ranch Chicken Stuffed Sweet Potatoes. […]

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