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4 Jenny Craig Entrees that Make Great Salads


Kari - Jenny Craig

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Salads are a great way to mix in Fresh & Free Additions as a side dish, but how about integrating your meal plan entrée into a fresh salad of greens, herbs and other vegetables? Here are 4 Jenny Craig entrees that make great salads.

 

Tuna Dill Salad Kit. Our Tuna Dill Salad Kit is packed with flavor. It comes with tuna, a dill and Greek yogurt dressing and wheat crackers to add some crunch. You can wash some Romaine lettuce to create your own lettuce wraps topped with freshly sliced tomatoes, or mix in some onions, avocado, cucumber and cilantro to add some brightness and texture.

 

Chicken Sandwich. Our Grilled Chicken Sandwich is packed with protein, and the boneless, skinless chicken breast has been grilled and seasoned to perfection. Bring the grill to your salad by adding your chicken to a bed of grilled vegetables, like zucchini, squash and peppers, or mix the chicken breast into any greens your heart desires.

 

Green Beans with Garlic & Olive Oil. While featured as one of our favorite Jenny Craig side dishes, our Green Beans with Garlic & Olive Oil are already dressed for salad perfection. Finely chop red onion (or shallots) with basil and add them to your green beans.

 

Ramen Noodles. Our delicious Ramen Noodle Bowl with Chicken & Veggies is a classic comfort meal with a rich broth and succulent chicken and mushrooms that are complemented by the crisp carrots and red peppers. You can transform your ramen into a noodle salad by straining the noodles and accouterment from the broth, then letting it chill. You can add some crunch with coleslaw mix and scallions, and a touch of sweetness with mandarin oranges.

 

Transforming these Jenny Craig entrees into salads allows you to experiment with different Fresh & Free additions all year long. Continue to check the Perfect Portion for more delicious ways to pair your Jenny Craig menu with other sides or enhance your meal with seasonal flavors—it’s one more way Jenny Craig makes food even more fun!

 

 

Edited by Kari - Jenny Craig

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