Recipe: Caprese Chicken Casserole

The prostate is a delicate gland that is the size of a walnut, located in the male’s lower abdomen. 

With aging, special care must be taken to ensure the health of the prostate. 

Prostate cancer is, in fact, one of the most common cancers among males. 

Providing a diet rich in healthy fats, various fruits and vegetables, and whole grains will help prevent inflammation that leads to disease processes. 

Those following a keto diet will find this chicken recipe in alignment with both the keto diet and prostate health.

Keto Caprese Chicken Casserole Recipe for Prostate Health

Ingredients & Measurements

Serves 4

16 oz Rotisserie Chicken or chicken breast

8 oz grape tomatoes

8 oz Fresh Mozzarella Cheese

2 tbsp Pesto

1 cup Mayonnaise

1/2 cup fresh shredded Parmesan Cheese

6 slices Bacon

Serve With:

4 Cups Spinach

12 Broccoli Spears

4 Tbsp Olive Oil

1 Tbsp minced garlic

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How To Make This Keto Recipe: Step-By-Step Guide

Step 1: Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F.

Step 2: Cut the chicken into bite-size pieces or shred. Set aside.

Step 3: Cook bacon until crispy. Set aside to cool. Then chop into small pieces.

Step 4: Slice tomatoes into quarters.

Step 5: In a 9×9 baking dish, add chicken, mozzarella cheeses, pesto, mayonnaise, and bacon. Mix and spread evenly in a pan.

Step 6: Toss the broccoli spears, olive oil, and garlic together in a separate baking dish. Set aside.

Step 7: Top the pan off with the shredded parmesan cheese and bake for 15 minutes.

Step 8: At the 15-minute mark, place broccoli in the second dish into the oven. Cook both dishes for 10 minutes until the chicken mixture is bubbly and golden brown.

Step 9: Let sit for 5 minutes. Serve with broccoli atop the spinach.

Nutrition Facts

  • 714 Kcal per serving

  • 6 g at per serving

  • 56 g Carbs per serving

  • 5 g Fiber per serving

  • 11 g protein per serving

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  1. Donald Burke

    Do you have anything for overactive Bladder . My prostate is good Not enlarged

    • Ben's Natural Health Team

      Hi Donald,

      Thanks for your comment.

      I’d recommend consulting with your doctor to find out what is the cause of your overactive bladder, in most cases, it is a case of an enlarged or infected prostate. However, an overactive bladder can be a symptom of Type 2 Diabetes or a side effect of a medication that you are taking as well as several other potential causes. It would be sensible to ensure you’re following a healthy diet and lifestyle, avoiding diuretics such as coffee or alcohol, and consider taking a supplement such as Prostate Power to help reduce urinary frequency and urgency.

      If you have any more questions on this matter please reach out to a member of our team.

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      Wishing you good health,
      Ben’s Natural Health Team