For some reason, I had not been buying chicken drumsticks. I was looking to have something other than chicken breasts and I noticed how cheap the drumsticks are! Less than $5 for organic ones! Plus, the dark meat is a lot more forgiving from overcooking.
I love caprese anything because it’s so light, summery and refreshing. This is such an easy dish to throw together, you can serve it warm with fresh cooked chicken or pack it up in the fridge and eat it week. I love all the bright colors!
This might not be very impressive looking, but it is so easy and you probably have most of the ingredients already! The Dijon mustard and white balsamic vinegar really help to keep the chicken moist, which boneless, skinless chicken breast tends to dry out easily.
I had a bunch of kale in my fridge that was not bad but it wasn’t fresh enough to make a salad with. I love making pesto when that happens. You can basically make pesto out of anything leafy and any kind of nut. Traditionally pesto had Parmesan cheese in it, but I decided to leave it out to save some calories and it honestly doesn’t need it.