Place spring mix greens in a large bowl or on a plate.
Top with sliced chicken, bacon, hard boiled egg, blue cheese and avocado.
Add grape tomatoes and blue cheese dressing if desired.
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To be sure I don't overdo the cheese, I like to weigh out the correct portion size on a food scale. One ounce of blue cheese is a good amount for this salad.If you'd like to cut the calories, you could use only half the amount of cheese or 0.5 ounces. It's not a big difference as half an ounce of blue cheese has about 50 calories with only 0.3g carbohydrate.When cooking a skinless chicken breast, butterfly it by slicing it in half in the middle. This makes it thinner, so it cooks more evenly and faster.Plain with tomatoes: 504 calories, 30.3g fat, 808mg sodium, 10.2g carbs, 4.9g fiber, 5.3g net carbs, 47.1g proteinPlain without tomatoes: 499 calories, 30.3g fat, 808mg sodium, 9.2g carbs, 4.9g fiber, 4.3g net carbs, 47.1g proteinWith tomatoes and 2 Tablespoons Creamy Blue Cheese Dressing: 572 calories, 36.5g fat, 996mg sodium, 11.1g carbs, 4.9g fiber, 6.2g net carbs, 49.3g proteinWith 2 Tablespoons Creamy Blue Cheese Dressing (no tomatoes): 567 calories, 36.5g fat, 996mg sodium, 10.1g carbs, 4.9g fiber, 6.2g net carbs, 49.3g protein