Recipe: 80% Fat Lunch – Creamed Spinach and Chicken on a Bed of Asparagus

P3 and P4 LegalI love high fat, did I ever mention this?

This was so super simple to make, from start to finish it was around 20 minutes. And as it was cooking my daughter was like, Mom, what smells so good? Guess who got the only serving I made that day?


This debunks the theory that you can’t have much veggies while on a true ketogenic diet, or you can’t put yourself into nutritional ketosis with veggies. I say, bah humbug. Don’t ever tell me you can’t do something.

I do have to admit however, that this is awfully GREEN – it needs some color, so if any of you out there can think of an addition that would give it some color, I am all ears! I would have to manipulate the other veggies so that the percentage would remain the same, but quite honestly, that isn’t hard. Throw it out to me, test my limits!

Did I mention this was nummy?



 Creamed Spinach and Chicken on a Bed of Asparagus

4 servings

8 oz chicken breast, no skin, no bone, R-T-C, no skin, no bone
8 Tbs Mayonnaise
4 oz sour cream
8 Tbs Parmesan Cheese
10 oz Spinach, frozen
16 oz Asparagus
8 Tbs Butter

Thaw and drain spinach.

Boil chicken and shred.  Let cool.

Mix mayo, sour cream and Parmesan cheese in a bowl, then add chicken and
thawed spinach.  Heat.

While chicken and spinach mixture is heating, cut asparagus in bite size  pieces.

Sauté asparagus in butter.

Lay on plate and add chicken and spinach mixture on top.

Entire Recipe:

2412 Calories
229g Fat (82% calories from fat)
86g Protein
27g Carbohydrate; 13g Dietary Fiber
507mg Cholesterol; 2716mg Sodium; 2926mg Potassium

Per Serving:

603 Calories
57g Fat (82% calories from fat)
7g Carbohydrate; 3g Dietary Fiber
127mg Cholesterol; 679mg Sodium; 732mg Potassium

Category: Poultry – Vegetables

Serving Idea:


4 Comments on Recipe: 80% Fat Lunch – Creamed Spinach and Chicken on a Bed of Asparagus

  1. Brenda says:

    Should there be a recipe here? Looks yummy!

    • Biz says:


      I am working on it…behind on everything!

  2. Brenda says:

    How about sweet red pepper or diced tomatoes?

    • Biz says:

      I think red pepper is an excellent idea, and would go nicely with the concoction, and you really wouldn’t need much!

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