Chicken Stuffed with Stuffing

Guess what happened today? I hit a BIG milestone in my weight loss journey – the big 4 – 0. Yup, I’ve lost 40 pounds so far since I started the Omni Drops Program. I am so excited. Yesterday I slipped on a pair of jeans that I bought 6 years ago and had high hopes on fitting in when I was trying to lose weight back then. You can imagine the feeling I got when I fit into them and then I wore them proudly with a big smile on my face, all day long.

Tonight I was looking for something different to eat to celebrate the big 40 and decided to try and make something to stuff inside my chicken. I went with a stuffing made out of Wasa crackers, celery, onions and spices. It was so delicious and just like an old-time homecooked meal.

If you make this recipe, I’d love for you to leave a comment. I’m hoping all of these recipes are helping some of you out and I love to hear from you. Leave me a comment below or drop by my facebook page and leave a comment there. Also, if you are looking for any particular recipe for Phase 2 of the Omni Drops Program, let me know and I might have one up my sleeve for you.

stuffed chicken


Stuffed Chicken
(recipe is only for one so double or tripe if you need to feed more)

4oz chicken breast
1/2oz celery, chopped
1/2 oz onion, chopped
1 Wasa cracker
dash of ground thyme
dash of salt and pepper
3 Tablespoons chicken broth

Pound the chicken breast so it’s thin and place on a cookie sheet. Grind your cracker in a mini food chopper/processor and place the cracker crumbs in a bowl. Add the celery, onion and spices. Mix well. Add the broth and Place the stuffing in the middle of the chicken breast and roll the chicken closed. Secure with a toothpick. Bake in a 375 oven for 20 minutes.



    • Tamra says

      Thanks Jennifer. This weekend I’ll be going shopping to buy new clothes. I just can’t stand these loose clothes anymore.

    • Tamra says

      I made sure the stuffing mix was really “wet” when it went into the oven, knowing it would start to dry out if I didn’t. My chicken and stuffing was very moist. :)

    • Tamra says

      Hi Elisebet – Welcome to my blog. I hope you find enough info and recipes to stick around and pop over to visit us again.

  1. Tammy says

    Hello there. I’m in week 2 of phase 2. This looks great going to make tonight. Question is can I use canned chicken broth or do I need to cook my chicken first and use the broth from it?

    • Tamra says

      Tammy, I always used the chicken broth in the carton. Be very careful on the sodium content though. I always chose ones with low sodium. Many times I would just use water instead of broth also. For instance, when I would cook the chicken and cabbage soup, I used water and added in spices and a bay leaf. You could never tell the difference.
      Good luck and be sure to check in in a few weeks to let me know how you’re doing.

  2. Stacy says

    Thank you for your recipes! I’m doing the hcg protocol and your recipes I think are going to save my tastebuds. :)

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