Easy Chicken Salad with Arnold Bread + Win $25!

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* The coupons for product redemption, information, and gift card have been provided by Arnold® Bread so that I could try the product and share my thoughts and information about Arnold® Healthfull® Bread. The opinions expressed in this post are my own.


We go through a LOT of bread in my house.  Between toast for breakfast, sandwiches for school lunches, and snacks, we eat A LOT of bread.  I want to make sure that I’m making the best choices for my family!  And as my kids get older, they are more likely to favor bread that has lots of flavor, rather than plain old white bread.  So I was super excited to try out the new varietys of Arnold® Healthfull® Bread!

Arnold® Healthfull® Bread varieties are pretty easy to fall in love with, and there’s sure to be one that will appeal to you:  Flax & Sunflower, Steel Cut Oats & Honey, and Nuts & Seeds.  In addition to being made with 100 percent whole grain flour, a good source of fiber, no high fructose corn syrup, artificial colors, or preservatives, each slice of Arnold® Healthfull® bread has only 80 calories per slice! Having tried it, (and loved it), I can tell you that my favorite part is the rich flavor and texture of the bread – it is DEFINITELY more filling and substantial than regular white, or even regular wheat bread!


My daughter really wanted to try out the steel cut oats and honey first, so I picked up ingredients for 10 minute chicken salad.


Guys, this recipe is SO easy it’s criminal – and it’s really, really tasty and perfect for a summer afternoon lunch.

Here’s what you do!

Pull the meat off of a precooked rotisserie chicken from the grocery store and put into your food processor.  Cut the core off of an apple and chunk it up – it doesn’t have to be pretty at all! Food process until it is fairly well chopped up, but not mushy.  Toss into a bowl with about 1 cup 1/2 of Miracle Whip (to taste), 1/2 cup of dried cranberries, salt, pepper, and garlic powder to taste.  Pair it with your favorite Arnold® Healthfull® Bread, and you have yourself an awesome lunch!  Warning – this recipe makes A LOT of chicken salad, but it never lasts long in my house so get leftovers while you can, and make sure to try out Arnold bread!


One lucky Parent Palace reader is going to get a chance to try out Arnold bread for themselves!  Enter below for a chance to win coupons for Arnold® Healthfull® Bread and a $25 Visa card to grab some awesome ingredients to try your own recipe!

Giveaway ends at midnight on June 17, so get your daily entries in quick!  US Residents only, 18+

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  1. Jill Myrick says

    I would make my families favorite chicken salad with grapes and pecans and serve ir as a sandwich on the Healthful Nuts and Seeds bread.


  2. Sharon says

    I would love to create a veggie sandwich on the nuts and seeds bread with, lettuce, tomato, and tons more veggies, peppers ad pickles!

  3. Richard Hicks says

    I would use the Steel Cut Oats and Honey bread and make a delicious bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich

  4. Tina W says

    I want to use the Steel Cut Oats & Honey to make some BLTs since it’s easy to find good tomatoes right now.

  5. Cathy Truman says

    I would make a club (turkey and ham) with lettuce and fresh garden tomatoes on the
    Steel Oats and Honey Bread,

  6. Jean D. says

    I’d make a black bean burger with grilled onions and wrap it all up in Arnold Bread.

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

  7. heather s says

    I would make grilled cheese with bacon and vidalia onions. The nuts and seeds bread sounds good for it.

  8. Sheila K. says

    I would make my favorite sandwich, which includes honey-maple turkey and asiago cheese along with lettuce, tomatoes, and pickles!

  9. Margaret Smith says

    I’d like to use the Steel Cut Oats & Honey bread and make a turkey, bacon, lettuce, tomato and mayo sandwich.

  10. Carolyn Benson says

    I love sandwiches made with Arnold bread and I’d like to make a Rubin with
    sauerkraut, Corned Beef, Swiss cheese and a little mustard, mmmmm.

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