How to Meal Prep With Rotisserie Chicken

Find out how to make the most of this popular dinner staple.

Food investigator and chef Danny Boome has come up with a few clever ways to make the most of an item you regularly find in the grocery store: rotisserie chicken. Whether you simply don't have the time to come up with a different recipe every night of the week or you're looking to save some money, it's easy to get a week's worth of meals out of this one purchase. Read on to discover five unique takes on a classic dish. 

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Start with one chicken breast and make Buffalo chicken zucchini boats. Using zucchini as a base will save you countless carbs and calories so you can enjoy this meal guilt-free. The best part? It doesn't take much time to make so you'll have a hot dinner on the table in no time. 

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Use the other chicken breast to make chicken tacos. Using chicken as your protein source means you're getting a good serving of lean protein in your meal and making tacos out of the meat leaves you with tons of room for interpretation. Each member of your family can choose their favorite toppings to create a dish all their own.

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Use the drumsticks to make chicken lentil pasta salad jars. From oatmeal to salad and everything in between, jars are definitely trending and for good reason too. Not only does it make for a beautiful presentation and easy assembly, you can also whip up this meal with any veggies you have on hand and a dressing of your choosing.  

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Make an Asian-style grain bowl with the leftover chicken thighs, brown rice, avocado, edamame, and scallions.  This dish will keep you full and satisfied all evening long, thanks to a healthy dose of protein, fiber, and nutritious fats.

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When the temperature starts to drop, make a bowl of comforting soup using chicken carcass, wing meat, water, and veggies. This low-calorie soup is bound to fill you up and warm your bones at the same time.

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