Chicken Mayo Sarmies (using Keto Seed Loaf)

Chicken Mayo Seed Loaf

There is debate over whether its sarnies or sarmies. I don’t know about you, but I grew up in South Africa – and we called it sarmies-with-an-m. Any which way you say it, this is just a quick idea to showcase the Fats of Life Keto Seed Loaf where I made mini chicken mayo sandwiches for a quick meal. I simply tossed cooked chicken pieces in my Homemade Mayonnaise and enjoyed it with deliciously sweet tomato slices and avocado. Clean eating all the way! (Top tip: if any seeds fall off the crust of the loaf, scatter them over your sandwich for extra crunch and texture.) The macros include the whole lot (two slices, as pictured): not too bad for a lovely lunch using all of your efforts.

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Carbs 6g | Fat 57g | Protein 43g
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Keto Chicken Mayo on Seed Loaf
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Chicken Mayo Sarmies (Keto)

Chicken mayo mini open sandwiches using Fats of Life Keto Seed Loaf. A lovely, filling meal at only 6g carbs per serving (macros include the whole lot!) (For my UK readers, scroll to the end of the recipe to see image ads of the products I use.)
Course Light Meals
Cuisine General
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 1 person



  • Assuming you have the cooked chicken pieces, Keto Mayonnaise (FOL recipe) and the two slices of Keto Seed Loaf (FOL recipe) prepared and ready, proceed with the steps below:
  • Combine the cooked chicken pieces with the mayonnaise. Season with salt and freshly ground black pepper.
  • Lay the sliced tomato onto the two slices of the Seed Bread. Lay over the avocado, then top with the chicken mayo mixture.
  • Season with pink Himalayan salt and another generous crack of black pepper. As mentioned in the headnote, if any seeds fall off the crust of Seed Bread when you sliced it, simply scatter them over your open sandwiches. Enjoy your lunch!

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Calories: 705kcal | Carbohydrates: 6g | Protein: 43g | Fat: 57g

Chicken Mayo Sarmies (using Keto Seed Loaf)
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Chicken Mayo Sarmies (Keto)
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Nutritional Information per serving (2 slices, as pictured)
Calories                         705Kcal / 2950kJ
Fat                                 57g
Carbohydrates               6g
Protein                           43g

Almonds (found in the Seed Bread)
Mustard (found in the Mayonnaise)
Sesame (found in the Seed Bread)
Eggs (found in the Seed Bread and Mayonnaise)
Sulphites (found in the Seed Bread and Mayonnaise)

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