Chicken and Riced Cauliflower Stir Fry

This meal is so simple and filling. All the goods without the guilt!

Grocery Tip: We shop Costco and man does it make clean eating easy. The ingredients in the food are so clean, as in we can read and understand the label and typically the ingredients are 5 or less! It also helps you to keep healthy go to meals in the house for longer since the first 3 ingredients in this recipe are in the frozen food section!


Riced Cauliflower

Chicken Breasts

Frozen Stir fry veggie mix (nothing added)


Coconut Aminos

Your favorite chicken seasoning


I didn’t include the measurements for the ingredients because you can very easily make more or less depending on how many mouths you are feeding. We like to have leftovers for lunch so using 1 bag of riced cauliflower, 2 chicken breasts, 2 eggs and a generous helping of veggies made 4 servings for us!

Step 1) Prepare your chicken.

I am a die hard air fryer fan, I also buy frozen chicken and pop it straight in! My favorite way to do this is to spray the air fryer lightly with avocado oil, place the chicken in and cook at 400 degrees for 12 minutes, then I flip the chicken, lightly spray with avocado oil and add my seasoning (pepper, garlic powder, onion powder and chipotle make a nice flavorful taste!) Then I reset the air fryer for another 12 minutes. You might have to babysit yours to find out the exact timing, you could also grill or bake your chicken.

Step 2) Start your veggies.

Since I used a bag of frozen veggies this was simple! (note: check the label, mine was JUST veggies no added seasonings, flavorings or salt.) I simply added a generous helping of veggies to a pan on high heat and added just a dash of organic olive oil. While that was warming I popped my bag of frozen riced cauliflower into the microwave for a few minutes to soften and then added it into the veggie mixture. These all took about 10 minutes to warm completely through.  You could use fresh veggies and chop your own blend, I just like to keep things very simple & frozen veggies don’t turn into $10 mush when you don’t use them like you thought you would.

Step 3) Scramble your egg (or egg whites) 

We scrambled two eggs to top our stir fry.

Step 4) Put it all together!

My favorite way to cut chicken is with kitchen scissors (so easy..and less dishes.) Once cut you just combine with the veggie mixture and top with the eggs and aminos! Usually I would just combine everything and then get our servings but we are working on portion control and not over doing it with sauce, so we chose to add everything very intentionally to our bowls and measure out our aminos. You know yourself best, so you do you.