Did you ever get a craving for some Chipotle restaurant recipes at home? Who doesn’t crave a little Chipotle cilantro brown rice?
I’m a big fan of creating restaurant copycat recipes at home and giving them a healthy twist! Chipotle is one of my favorite restaurants and actually has a lot of healthy items on the menu. One of my favorite items to order is a Chipotle chicken burrito bowl! By skipping the sour cream and adding in guacamole, you have one pretty healthy Chipotle meal!
But sometimes when I’m at home, I want a Chipotle copycat recipe! This chicken burrito bowl is healthy, paleo, Keto and low carb!
Who doesn’t love a Chipotle copycat? I actually hit up Chipotle earlier in the week and didn’t eat all of the Pico de gallo so amazingly enough this recipe had real actual Chipotle Pico de Gallo in it!
Healthy Copycat Recipes
Have you ever been following a certain fitness program or nutrition plan and start craving one of your favorite restaurant menu items? And you know that it’s just not healthy.
How do I order healthy food at a restaurant? And how do I make a healthy restaurant copycat recipe at home?
My Top 7 Healthy ingredient swaps for healthy restaurant copycat recipes at home or ordering out. All you need to do is to check out the ingredients and see where you can make some swaps!
(1) Greek Yogurt for Sour Cream
(2) Maple Syrup for Sugar
(3) Cauliflower Rice for White Rice
(4) Avocado for cheese or mayo
(5) Sweet potatoes for white potatoes
(6) Himalayan Salt for Table Salt
(7) Zoodles or Spaghetti Squash for pasta
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Chipotle Chicken Bowl – The Directions
First of all this might be the EASIEST recipe, especially for a weeknight! I’m a huge fan of the grill this summer so in the morning I grabbed two chicken breasts and rubbed them with some 21 Day Fix Smoky Southwest seasoning!
I let them sit in the fridge all day and then thrown them on the grill over medium heat for about 7-10 minutes (or until your meat thermometer says they’re done!)
I let the chicken rest while I prepped the other ingredients.
Grab yourself some Trader Joe’s riced cauliflower. Frozen or fresh, doesn’t matter. Chop up some peppers and sprinkle in a little all purpose seasoning.
Throw in a little chopped cilantro and the riced cauliflower and let them simmer away in skillet sprayed with cooking spray.
While those are cooking up, slice up some fresh avocado. Assemble. Did I say this was the easiest recipe ever? And oh so yummy. Enjoy!