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LCHF Boursin Stuffed Chicken Breasts


These yummy LCHF Boursin Stuffed Chicken Breasts are great for weeknight dinners!

I love stuffed chicken breasts, but they can often be quite dry…
These are not – they’re succulent and packed with flavour. I like to serve this with a fresh herb salad or even sautéed green veg.

My LCHF Boursin Stuffed Chicken Breasts also make great lunchbox snacks when cut into pinwheels…

LCHF Boursin Stuffed Chicken Breasts

My kids can be quite fussy when it comes to meat – hubby too – they’re not wild about chicken breast. They find it a bit dry.

I always try and buy chicken fillets with the skin on, but I can only get those from my farm connection. Which is great, but not always available in a pinch…

When making stuffed chicken breasts / fillets, I like to tenderise the meat first so it cooks a bit quicker and avoids becoming dry.

Sometimes I’ll quickly season and pan-sear the fillets on the inside part before stuffing – this also helps to cook quicker and retain that juiciness.

So, let’s get to the recipe, shall we?


This recipe for LCHF Boursin Stuffed Chicken Breasts is quite simple and easy to make.

LCHF Boursin Stuffed Chicken Breasts

Succulent chicken stuffed with Boursin cream cheese and wrapped in zucchini ribbons.

Servings 6
Author Heidi Visser


  • 8 chicken breasts / fillets
  • 3 medium zucchini cut into ribbons
  • red Peppadew spice
  • 150 g Boursin cream cheese
  • salt & black pepper to season


  1. Slice open the chicken fillets and tenderise by covering with cling wrap and bashing with a rolling pin or meat tenderising hammer

  2. Season the chicken well and roll a piece / spoonful of Boursin cheese from one end. 

  3. Wrap 2-3 zucchini ribbons around the rolled chicken breast, making sure the end bits is at the bottom.

  4. Bake at 200C for 30 minutes until the chicken is cooked and no longer pink.

  5. Serve with fresh greens & herbs.

Now that we’re officially back in the swing of a new year, it’s time to get back into a healthy routine.

My top tips for healthy eating include:

  • planning your meals
  • going shopping with a list, based on your planned meals
  • stick to real food
  • keep it simple
  • prep snacks and a few meals in advance every week – that way you’ll always have something ready that’s healthy!

Have a look at this post I did a while ago – Meal Prep 101. x

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