Rotisserie chickens are a huge time-saver when it comes to making easy, healthy meals. But regular grocery store rotisserie chickens have always grossed me out a little because I know they’re factory farmed, and chicken is one of those things I always try to buy organic (see why here). That’s why I am happy to announce that Whole Foods is now offering organic, free-range rotisserie chickens in their deli, and for only $9.99! They also have cage-free regular rotisserie chickens for just $7.99, if you’re on a tight budget. Whichever you choose, you can rest assured that your quick and easy meals are now being humanely raised.
If you don’t live near a Whole Foods, encourage your local grocery store to start offering organic free-range rotisserie chickens. Sometimes all it takes is a few customers asking to make something in a grocery store change for the better.
Need some rotisserie chicken meal ideas? Try these:
- Chicken Apricot Pizza with Fresh Basil and Red Onion. Make it even better my caramelizing the onions.
- Super Fast Burrito Bowl. With a rotisserie chicken, this takes no time at all.
- Southwest Stuffed Peppers. You can also easily turn these into Greek Stuffed Peppers.
SusieBee of eatlittleeatbigOctober 22, 2010 at 11:12 am
This recipe was adapted from a Whole Foods rotisserie chicken recipe, and it is good!
AmeliaOctober 22, 2010 at 12:08 pm
Thanks! Looks delicious!
mmcJanuary 5, 2014 at 8:47 pm
i don’t like how they tie up the chicken legs there’s no real pattern to ut and it’s hard to get off