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Low FODMAP Green Goddess Chicken Salad


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Chicken Salad Comes in Many Guises

Similar to tuna salad, chicken salad can be many things – and we think this Low FODMAP Green Goddess Chicken Salad takes chicken salad to another level.

There is a world beyond mayonnaise!

Figuring out what to eat for a low FODMAP lunch can be daunting, but once you get a few tuna and chicken salads in your repertoire, you will never go hungry!

This Green Goddess Chicken Salad is a little different than the chicken salad at the deli – it’s loaded with herbs and the tang of anchovy from a classic Low FODMAP Green Goddess Dressing, which can be made in such a way that we can enjoy it on the low FODMAP diet, using lactose-free dairy.

Low FODMAP Green Goddess Chicken Salad on green plate with romaine lettuce

Go Lactose-Free

Our version uses a low FODMAP lactose-free version of “buttermilk”, with an alternative suggestion for a thicker dressing using lactose-free sour cream.

Dump & Mix

Once you have chicken cooked (or have picked up a low FODMAP rotisserie chicken) and the dressing made, this Low FODMAP Green Goddess Chicken Salad will come together quickly.

We like this as sandwich filling as well as a “salad”, maybe in a nest of lettuce.

If you are looking for further chicken salad inspiration, check out our Low FODMAP Curried Chicken Salad.

Low FODMAP Green Goddess Chicken Salad on green plate with romaine lettuce
5 from 2 votes

Low FODMAP Green Goddess Chicken Salad

Our Low FODMAP Green Goddess Chicken Salad makes a great lunch or high protein snack.

Makes: 4 Servings
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Author: Dédé Wilson



  1. Simply stir all the ingredients together until well mixed. Stuff into a sandwich or serve as a salad, maybe with some crunchy low FODMAP dippers and scoopers like pretzels, corn chips or carrot sticks.


  • We like this Low FODMAP Green Goddess Chicken Salad between slices of bread as a sandwich but also just served one a plate with veggie dippers, like carrot sticks or pretzels.
Course: lunch
Cuisine: American


Calories: 191kcal | Carbohydrates: 1g | Protein: 17g | Fat: 13g

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