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Honey Lime Chicken Enchiladas

Honey Lime Chicken Enchiladas are my favorite type of enchiladas! These come together so quickly and they taste amazing!! These are the perfect meal to add to the weekly dinner rotation! These enchiladas are light, healthy, and easy to make! Make it with me!

To cook the chicken for this recipe, my favorite way is to cook it in the Instant Pot! The chicken comes out so flavorful and moist, and it shreds so easily. To see how I do that, check out this post Easy Shredded Chicken.

In these pictures, I doubled the recipe and make 8 enchiladas! This recipe works great to double, or even triple! You can also half it if you only need 2.

This recipe is great with a side of Homemade Refried Beans and Spanish Rice.

Honey Lime Chicken Enchiladas 
Yields 4 servings 

1 cup (2-3 breasts) shredded chicken, fully cooked
1⁄4 cup nonfat, plain Greek yogurt
2 Tbs. raw honey
2 Tbs. lime juice
1 tsp. chili powder
1 tsp. garlic powder
4 whole grain tortillas
1 cup green enchilada sauce
1⁄2 cup shredded cheese

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees

2. Add the plain Greek yogurt, honey, lime juice, chili powder and garlic powder to a mixing bowl. Mix together until well combined. Add cooked, shredded chicken to the bowl and fold in into the sauce until all the chicken is coated.

3. Fill the tortillas with the chicken mixture. Roll up tight and place in a greased 9x13 baking dish.

4. Pour the enchilada sauce over the top of the tortillas and then sprinkle with shredded cheese.

5. Bake for 30 minutes.

6. Top with sour cream, salsa, cilantro, salt and pepper to taste.


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