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Danielle Prestejohn
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Here is a great summer recipe, perfect for a cookout! It's simple to make and easy to bring to a party so you know you will have a Paleo and Gluten Free option available...

Ingredients:

- 1 lb boneless skinless chicken breasts
- 2 limes
- 100% orange juice
- Bag of baby spinach
- 2 oranges
- 1/2 pint of raspberries
- Slivered almonds

Directions:

1. Marinate chicken breasts in 100 percent orange juice, lime juice from 1 lime, lime zest and tbs. olive oil for at least 5 hours

2. Grill the chicken breasts

3. While the chicken is cooking, slice the oranges into small segments, and toast the almonds just until they begin to smell and turn brown... make sure they don't burn!

4. Finally, assemble the salad combining the spinach, raspberries, orange slices, almonds, and grilled chicken

5. Squeezed the juice of an orange and 1/2 of a lime over the salad

Makes 4 Servings 

I topped my salad with a little bit of feta cheese as well. On the side I served baby carrots roasted with a little olive oil and pepper, as well as a salad with green beans, balsamic vinegar, fresh basil, and cherry tomatoes.

What's your favorite summer recipe? 

@ 3:37pm ET on August 31, 2012 hey can i replace the raspberrys for strawberries because im alergic or should i go for blue berries or black berries instead?
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