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BBQ Chicken With Bacon

By July 18, 2011June 6th, 20167 Comments
Easy BBQ Chicken Recipes

Easy BBQ Chicken Recipes

Say Goodbye To Boring Flavorless Chicken

BBQ Chicken With Bacon
Serves: 1
  • 1 pound of boneless chicken breast (approx. 4 pieces)
  • 4 pieces of organic bacon (optional)
  • 4 rosemary springs
  • 4 tsp lemon juice
  • sea salt and pepper
  1. Pound chicken to even out the breasts' thickness
  2. Season each breast with sea salt, pepper and lemon juice
  3. Place a rosemary spring on each chicken breast
  4. Roll the chicken around the rosemary spring
  5. Roll a piece of bacon around each breast
  6. Bbq for approximately 20 minutes (until no longer pink inside)
**Add your favorite Flavilicious side dish recipes to make it a full meal
Nutrition Information
Calories: 272 Fat: 16 Saturated fat: 6 Carbohydrates: 1 Sugar: 1 Sodium: 360 Protein: 31 Cholesterol: 100



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  • Celeste says:

    I love chicken :). I don’t really like bacon, but I LOVE CHICKEN :). I put garlic powder, pepericka, cayanne peper, and garlic peper (no salt), and cook it on the stove top on low with a little slice of melted grass fed butter covered with a lid until cooked through. Served with yummy ketchup (free of hfcs). It is really yummy, and spicey, my mouth burns after i finish eating it.

  • Thanks for sharing! This looks easy & tasty.

  • Josephine zahra says:

    That chicken looks so delicious , I will try it for sure especially now we have a lot of BBQ’s.

  • leah says:

    Looks delicious. We are near the end of winter, Southern Hemisphere, so need to get back into eating more summery food!

  • Jazmine Fadul says:

    Hi Flavia,

    The BBQ chicken was delicious and very healthy. We all loved it!

    I started doing the Flavilicious workouts in June. So far, I have been able to exercise three times a week and just last week I started to incorporate the fourth day of the workouts. Like you said, the workouts are really hard and I finish exhausted. I am making my way and I hope I can do the five days pretty soon.

    I have noticed good changes in my body. However, I lose weight but I do not lose fat. I weigh 104 pounds and I don’t want to lose any moreweight because I will look too skinny. I want to gain muscle and lose fat. Can I do that? How?

    I use a weight/fat scale and often i lose a pound or so but my body fat wither stays the same or goes up. What could be going on. This is what happened with the bbq chicken!


    • Flavia says:

      You have to make sure you are following the No Brainer Nutrition rules to recover and keep your muscle. If you need to add more muscle, make sure you are going up in weights every week and focus on lifting more weight and not increasing reps. Rest a little longer between sets if you need to to get that weight up. You can also add in another carb meal after your post-workout meal. Have protein + carb IMMEDIATELY after your workout and again within 2 hours. Check your results in a few week and add in a carb meal prior to your workout if needed for energy during the workout.

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