Whole 30 Tastes of Hawaii with a Kick Chicken Stew


Makes about 5 servings

  • 3 to 4 boneless chicken breasts, cut into cubes
  • 1 pineapple cut into cubs
  • 2 jars of TJ’s Salsa Authentico (or any other basic Whole30 compliant salsa)
  • Chili Powder
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Cayenne Pepper
  • Paprika
  • Coriander
  • 1 bag of Cauliflower Rice ( I used the Organic Frozen Cauliflower from TJs)
  • Crockpot
  1. Pour in salsa and then add all the spices into crockpot and stir.
  2. Add in cut up pineapple and chicken cubes to mixture and stir again.
  3. Set the crockpot on high for about 4 hours
  4. After crockpot is done, add in the cauliflower rice and stir. The rice should cook in crockpot.

Published by SimpleEasyWhole

Hi my name is Gabby, 28 and I work full-time as an accountant and I got my MBA part time while still working. I have always been one busy bee, even before graduate school. Post-undergrad, I worked at a public accounting firm AND was studying for my CPA. My first year post grad, working crazy hours and trying to pass a beast of exam, took a toll on my body, my mental capacity and brain power. I started the Whole30 journey in January 2016 and fell in love with how I felt. But let me tell you it took some adjustments like setting aside time to meal prep and realizing I may not be able to a make a certain recipe because I just don't have the time due to studying or busy season. A lot has changed since then, I've switched jobs and passed my exam, but one thing stays consistent...I stilllove to cook efficiently. I've yearned all my life to have that "I am sexy" confidence and with healthy eating and exercise, I'm getting there. I started this blog to help others who are in a similar position as me, who want to become the best version of themselves but with realistic expectations. For the busy moms, for the students, and for overworked accountant, these are my stories and recipes on how to live a simple easy whole life.

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