Stuffed Chicken Breast Boats Recipe


Stuffed Chicken is a classic in need of a delicious update, which is why this Stuffed Chicken Breast Boats Recipe recipe is a must-try.My recipe for Stuffed Chicken Breast Boats takes a familiar favorite and turns it into a lusciously low-carb and delicious dish!

What You Will Love About This Stuffed Chicken Breast Boats Recipe Recipe

Classically Cravable – If you’ve been hankering for the flavors of mom’s classic chicken you need this Stuffed Chicken Breast Boats Recipe recipe! It takes all the tastes of nostalgic homemade chicken and gives them a modern gourmet flair!

Boatloads of Satisfaction – This chicken bursts with so much flavor but it also fills you up. The lean, clean energy from the chicken and cheese in this Stuffed Chicken Breast Boats Recipe recipe will keep you going no matter what the night throws your way!
Weeknight Wow – Some nights I want to make something impressive but don’t have a ton of time. That’s when this Stuffed Chicken Breast Boats Recipe  recipe comes in handy! It’s a show-stopping entree that can be ready fast enough for any night!
Family-Friendly – This is one recipe picky kiddos will gobble up! It’s so full of kid-friendly flavors like chicken and mozzarella that everyone will come to the table with a smile!


Baking Sheet – The only equipment you need to bake these boats is a lined baking sheet! That makes cleaning up just sail by!

Kitchen Twine – If you are not great with folded folds, grab some kitchen twine to help you secure your delectable chicken boats before baking.


Sweet Paprika – Sweet paprikas are long red peppers with an amazing balance of sweet fresh, and peppery flavors. They are often grown to be dried and used to make paprika powder, but they are also tasty when fresh! If you cannot find sweet paprikas at your local store, try swapping in a red bell pepper instead.

Onion – An onion makes everything taste better! It is one of those savory ingredients that just brings out the best in the dish overall. Choose a yellow or white onion because they are excellent when cooked down.

Parsley – Parsley is the perfect herb! It has a wonderful color taste, and aroma. Plus, parsley is high in vitamins.

Chicken Breasts – This Stuffed Chicken Breast Boats Recipe recipe is all about the chicken. Choose nicely sized boneless, skinless chicken breasts; this will save you a little time with trimming. Everyone knows chicken as a lean protein but it also provides a ton of vitamin B6. This vitamin is essential to nervous and brain health, so eat chicken for your muscles and your mind!

Chicken Spices – A delectable blend of seasonings chicken spices are a great way to add tons of savory flavor to poultry with just one ingredient. Chicken spices, sometimes labeled poultry spices, commonly contain basil, rosemary, garlic powder, dry mustard powder, paprika, pepper, thyme, celery seed, parsley, cumin, cayenne pepper, and chicken bouillon.

Sea Salt – Sea salt is less refined than table salt making it more nutritious. Himalayan salt is another natural salt that works as a great substitute.

Garlic Powder and Onion Powder – These two are the one-two punch of earthy savory, and sweet flavor that the chicken needs!

Smoked Paprika – Smoked paprika is a type of paprika where the peppers have been smoked to add even more complex and delicious flavor.

Olive Oil – A little cooking oil helps everything get deliciously golden brown!

Greek Yogurt – Greek yogurt is thicker than traditional yogurt but with the same familiar tang. This sharp tanginess is what makes it so great in the boats; it adds a pleasant zestiness to round out the dish. In a pinch sour cream makes a suitable substitute for this delicious probiotic dairy.

Mozzarella and Parmesan Cheese – A little extra cheese never hurts so this dish is finished with an extra dose of melty mozzarella and aged parmesan. It’s a delicious way to add even more delicious calcium-rich flavor to this tasty plate!

Expert Notes

  • These boats are loaded with delicious filling, but it gets almost molten in the oven, so be sure to let them rest and cool a little before slicing!
  • Enjoy the boats after resting while they’re warm. Pair them with green beans, sauteed greens, or low-carb rice.
  • Leftovers of these tasty boats can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 4 days. Reheat the leftovers in the microwave, air fryer, or oven.

Stuffed Chicken Breast Boats Recipe

Course Lunch, Main Course


Stuffed Chicken Breast Boats Recipe


    • 1 sweet paprika diced
    • 1 onion diced
    • Fresh parsley chopped
    • 4 chicken breasts cut horizontally, then vertical
    • 1 tsp chicken spices
    • 1 tsp sea salt
    • 1 tsp garlic powder
    • 1 tsp onion powder
    • 1 tsp smoked paprika
    • 2 tbsp olive oil
    • 3 tbsp Greek yogurt
    • Shredded mozzarella
    • Grated Parmesan cheese



    • Preheat the oven to 400F/200C.
    • Cut the chicken breasts horizontally, then vertically this ensures that the chicken cooks equally.
    • Place the chicken breast in a large mixing bowl, add all the spices, the olive oil, and the Greek yogurt. Mix to combine, you want all the chicken breast well coated in the marinade.
    • Cut 4 pieces of parchment paper, start folding inwards, creating a fan-like shape, then turn the ends to create the boats, you can also use a oven-safe rope.
    • Open the boats and the onion, paprika, parsley and lastly place the chicken breast filet on top. Assemble all 4 boats in this order.
    • Bake the chicken breast boats for 30 minutes, remove from the oven, and sprinkle the mozzarella and parmesan cheeses over the boats and bake for another 15 to 20 minutes.
      Stuffed Chicken Breast Boats Recipe
    • Let the boats cool for a couple of minutes.

    Enjoy and love your Pure Plate!


      Keyword Baked, Chicken, Gluten-Free, High Protein, Keto, Low Calorie, Low carb, Meat, One Dish Meal, Quick & Easy

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