15 Easy Dinners That Start with Shredded Chicken

Weeknight cooking is a slog, even under the best circumstances (add in one late meeting and it’s cold cereal all around). Our secret weapon? Shredded chicken. Just roast a bird on Sunday (or grab a pre-roasted one at the supermarket, no judgement) and use the meat for these 15 lifesaving recipes all week long.

30 Easy Meals You Can Make with Frozen Chicken Breasts

Easy Rotisserie Chicken Ramen

Traditional ramen can take an entire weekend to make. This genius recipe takes 20 minutes and tastes about a million times better than the stuff you ate in college.

Chicken Parmesan Baked Pasta

The ultimate no-fuss comfort food. (Can we have seconds?)

Peanut Noodles With Chicken

This recipe by Coterie member Heidi Larsen is all about the creamy sauce.

Slow-cooker Pulled Chicken

Get summer barbecue vibes without the hassle of firing up the grill.

20-minute Chipotle Chicken Chili

Serve with scallions, sour cream and lots of shredded cheddar cheese.

Spinach, Mushroom And Chicken Quesadillas

Feel free to sub in your favorite veggies (but the O.G. is hard to beat).

Spring Rolls With Vietnamese Chicken And Avocados

No forks allowed.

Chicken Gnocchi Soup

Store-bought gnocchi + shredded chicken = weeknight dinner goals.

Chicken, Mushroom And Spinach Lasagna

Look up “comfort food” in the dictionary and you’ll find this masterpiece.

White Lasagna Chicken Soup

The best-ever use for broken lasagna noodles.

15-minute Buffalo Chicken Sliders

As perfect for a last-minute party app (no one will ever guess they only take 15 minutes) as they are for a quick post-work dinner.

Greek Chicken Spaghetti Squash Bake

This quick dish by Coterie member Liz Falcigno is dairy-free, gluten-free and totally Whole-30-friendly.

Avocado Chicken Salad

This lighter take on classic chicken salad swaps out most of the mayo for avocado. So genius.

Zippy Orzo Summer Salad

With tons of herbs and a bright lemony dressing.

Slow-cooker Creamy Chicken And Wild Rice Soup

It's a filling dinner on its own…but a few slices of crusty bread never hurt anyone.