Is Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad Healthy? (All Nutrition Facts) Updated December 2022


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Chick-Fil-A is an incredibly popular fast-food restaurant as is obvious by the seemingly endless line of cars at the drive through during mealtimes. Whether you are in the mood for some chicken nuggets, a delicious grilled chicken sandwich, or simply want to enjoy a nice fresh salad, they have lots of choices for you. 

While you are standing in line trying to decide what to eat and which is the best option, you might decide you want to go with something a bit healthier.

There are so many menu items to choose from that deciding between them all can be extremely difficult. This is especially true if you are trying to only eat healthy foods. When it comes to fast-food chains there are many different delicious foods but unfortunately not many healthier options.

But this isn’t true with Chick-Fil-A as they will often be your best bet when it comes to the best fast food options for salads, grilled chicken, and other healthy choices.

So you turn your eyes to the salad menu and see that they have three specialty premium salads, the Cobb Salad, the Spicy Southwest Salad, and the Market Salad. 

Is Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad Healthy?

After reading the description for all three of these salads you decide that the Market Salad is the one that you want to get. But before you get to the front of the line you start to wonder… is the Market Salad actually healthy? 

The Market Salad from Chick-FIl-A can be healthy if you get it with options such as grilled chicken (instead of breaded) and a fat free salad dressing (instead of the normal dressing it comes with). 

If you go for the highest calorie salad and dressing it won’t be much healthier than simply getting a chicken sandwich and waffle fry

The Market Salad ranges in calories from 440 to 750 (including the toppings and recommended salad dressing) depending on whether you get chicken on it or which type of chicken you choose. 

Those calorie numbers are considerably less than the Spicy Southwest or the Cobb Salad but 750 calories for a salad is far from low. That is because the Market Salad has 360 additional calories added with the granola topping (70 calories), roasted almonds (60 calories), and the Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette (230 calories). 

If you leave off those toppings and substitute the dressing for a different fat free option then the Market Salad becomes an incredibly low calorie and healthy meal. 

At Chick-Fil-A your fat and calorie intake can be as low or high as you want depending on what options you choose such as type of protein (or skipping it entirely), toppings you add or leave off, or the salad dressing that you get for your salad.

This isn’t just true with Chick-Fil-A’s salads either. 

Their sandwiches and fries aren’t that terribly unhealthy but when you dip them in some delicious Chick-Fil-A sauce they quickly become unhealthy since each one of those little dipping sauce packets have 140 calories!

In the rest of this article I will go into how you can make the Market Salad as healthy as possible by choosing the right protein and which dressings you should use as well. I will also give the exact nutritional information for the different variations of the Market Salad so you can choose what is best for you and your diet. 

So let’s dive into the different calorie amounts that the Market Salad has in it with or without the toppings and dressing. 

Calories For The Market Salad With Grilled Filet (warm or cold)

  • Market Salad with Grilled Filet, Harvest Nut Granola, Roasted Almonds, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing: 540 Calories
  • Market Salad with Grilled Filet, Roasted Almonds, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing (No Granola): 470 Calories
  • Market Salad with Grilled Filet, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing (No Granola or Roasted Almonds): 410 Calories
  • Market Salad with Grilled Filet, (No Granola, Roasted Almonds, or Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing): 180 Calories

Calories For The Market Salad With Spicy Grilled Filet

  • Market Salad with Spicy Grilled Filet, Harvest Nut Granola, Roasted Almonds, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing: 540 Calories
  • Market Salad with Spicy Grilled Filet, Roasted Almonds, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing (No Granola): 470 Calories
  • Market Salad with Spicy Grilled Filet, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing (No Granola or Roasted Almonds): 410 Calories
  • Market Salad with Spicy Grilled Filet, (No Granola, Roasted Almonds, or Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing): 180 Calories

Calories For The Market Salad With Chick-Fil-A Filet

  • Market Salad with Chick-FIl-A Filet, Harvest Nut Granola, Roasted Almonds, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing: 690 Calories
  • Market Salad with Chick-FIl-A Filet, Roasted Almonds, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing (No Granola): 620 Calories
  • Market Salad with Chick-Fil-A Filet, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing (No Granola or Roasted Almonds): 560 Calories
  • Market Salad with Chick-FIl-A Filet, (No Granola, Roasted Almonds, or Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing): 330 Calories

Calories For The Market Salad With Spicy Filet

  • Market Salad with Spicy Filet, Harvest Nut Granola, Roasted Almonds, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing: 720 Calories
  • Market Salad with Spicy Filet, Roasted Almonds, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing (No Granola): 650 Calories
  • Market Salad with Spicy Filet, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing (No Granola or Roasted Almonds): 590 Calories
  • Market Salad with Spicy Filet, (No Granola, Roasted Almonds, or Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing): 360 Calories

Calories For The Market Salad With Spicy Chick-fil-A Chick-n-Strips

  • Market Salad with Spicy Chick-fil-A Chick-n-Strips, Harvest Nut Granola, Roasted Almonds, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing: 710 Calories
  • Market Salad with Spicy Chick-fil-A Chick-n-Strips, Roasted Almonds, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing (No Granola): 640 Calories
  • Market Salad with Spicy Chick-fil-A Chick-n-Strips, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing (No Granola or Roasted Almonds): 580 Calories
  • Market Salad with Spicy Chick-fil-A Chick-n-Strips, (No Granola, Roasted Almonds, or Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing): 350 Calories

Calories For The Grilled Market Salad With Chick-fil-A Chick-n-Strips

  • Market Salad with Chick-fil-A Chick-n-Strips, Harvest Nut Granola, Roasted Almonds, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing: 750 Calories
  • Market Salad with Chick-fil-A Chick-n-Strips, Roasted Almonds, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing (No Granola): 680 Calories
  • Market Salad with Chick-fil-A Chick-n-Strips, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing (No Granola or Roasted Almonds): 620 Calories
  • Market Salad with Chick-fil-A Chick-n-Strips, (No Granola, Roasted Almonds, or Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing): 390 Calories

Calories For The Market Salad With Nuggets

  • Market Salad with Nuggets, Harvest Nut Granola, Roasted Almonds, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing: 690 Calories
  • Market Salad with Nuggets, Roasted Almonds, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing (No Granola): 620 Calories
  • Market Salad with Nuggets, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing (No Granola or Roasted Almonds): 560 Calories
  • Market Salad with Nuggets, (No Granola, Roasted Almonds, or Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing): 330 Calories

Calories For The Market Salad With Grilled Chicken Nuggets

  • Market Salad with Grilled Chicken Nuggets, Harvest Nut Granola, Roasted Almonds, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing: 570 Calories
  • Market Salad with Grilled Chicken Nuggets, Roasted Almonds, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing (No Granola): 500 Calories
  • Market Salad with Grilled Chicken Nuggets, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing (No Granola or Roasted Almonds): 440 Calories
  • Market Salad with Grilled Chicken Nuggets, (No Granola, Roasted Almonds, or Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing): 210 Calories

Calories For The  Market Salad With No Chicken

  • Market Salad (No Chicken) with Harvest Nut Granola, Roasted Almonds, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing: 440 Calories
  • Market Salad (No Chicken) with Roasted Almonds, and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing (No Granola): 370 Calories
  • Market Salad (No Chicken) with and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing (No Granola or Roasted Almonds): 310 Calories
  • Market Salad (No Chicken, Granola, Roasted Almonds, or Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing): 80 Calories

The absolute lowest calorie Market Salad that you can get is one with no chicken, dressing, or toppings. Of course if you do that you are just getting mixed greens, crumbled blue cheese, red and green apples, strawberries, and blueberries. 

No wonder it is so low in calories! 

For most people any of the options above with grilled chicken will be healthy enough for them. If you get a grilled nugget, grilled filet, or grilled spicy filet Market Salad it is only 540-570 calories even with all the toppings and recommended dressing. 

Even if it’s recommended that you only eat 1500 calories a day, a Market Salad with grilled chicken is only slightly over 1/3rd of that so it is still plenty healthy… at least in regards to calories.

Later in this article I will give a full nutritional breakdown of each type of Market Salad so you can decide which one is best for you and your health. 

Chick-Fil-A Market Salad Nutrition 

There are nine different variations when it comes to the Market Salad ranging from one with no chicken to one with Chick-Fil-A Chick-n-Strips. So before you decide which variation you want to eat let’s dive into the nutritional information for each of them. 

By carefully looking at the nutritional information tables you can decide which is the healthiest option for you.

At the end of this section I will give a table to make comparing and deciding between them all easier. 

Below (and throughout this article) I will have tons of nutritional facts so rather than just list them out I decided to put them in a much more familiar format. In the images you will find the:

  • Calories
  • Grams of fat
  • Grams of saturated fat
  • Milligrams of cholesterol
  • Milligrams of sodium
  • Grams of carbs
  • Grams of fiber
  • Grams of sugar
  • Grams of protein

Market Salad With Grilled Chicken Breast Filet Nutrition

Market Salad With Grilled Chicken Breast Filet Nutrition
Nutritional table created by Geteatin.com

Market Salad With Spicy Grilled Chicken Breast Filet Nutrition

Market Salad With Spicy Grilled Chicken Breast Filet Nutrition
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Market Salad With Chick-Fil-A Filet Nutrition

Market Salad With Chick-Fil-A Filet Nutrition
Nutritional table created by Geteatin.com

Market Salad With Spicy Filet Nutrition

Market Salad With Spicy Filet Nutrition
Nutritional table created by Geteatin.com

Market Salad With Spicy Chick-Fil-A Chick-n-Strips Nutrition

Market Salad With Spicy Chick-Fil-A Chick-n-Strips Nutrition
Nutritional table created by Geteatin.com

Market Salad With Chick-Fil-A Chick-n-Strips Nutrition

Market Salad With Chick-Fil-A Chick-n-Strips Nutrition
Nutritional table created by Geteatin.com

Market Salad With Nuggets Nutrition

Market Salad With Nuggets Nutrition
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Market Salad With Grilled Nuggets Nutrition

Market Salad With Grilled Nuggets Nutrition
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Market Salad With No Chicken Nutrition

Market Salad With No Chicken Nutrition
Nutritional table created by Geteatin.com

Now I know that comparing these different sandwiches and their different nutritional values can be difficult as you have to scroll back and forth between them so I wanted to make an easy reference table that you can look at to see which Market Salad is best for you and your dietary needs. 

It is important to note that all of the nutritional information in the images above and the table below includes all of the toppings as well as the recommended dressing (Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette).

So if you choose a different dressing or leave some of those toppings off it will alter the nutritional values some. 

Market SaladWith Spicy Grilled FiletWith Grilled FiletWith Chick-FIl-A FiletWith Spicy FiletWith Spicy Chick-n-StripsWith Chick-n-StripsWith NuggetsWith Grilled NuggetsWith No Chicken
Calories540540690720710750690570440
Fat31g31g41g42g40g43g40g32g29g
Saturated Fat6g6g8g8g7.5g8g8g6.5g5.5g
Cholesterol75mg80mg80mg75mg75mg85mg90mg95mg10mg
Sodium1370mg1020mg1770mg2040mg2200mg1520mg1860mg1090mg650mg
Carbs42g41g56g44g56g57g51g41g40g
Fiber6g5g6g8g6g5g5g6g5g
Sugar 27g26g27g27g27g27g27g27g26g
Protein26g28g30g37g34g36g31g32g7g
Nutritional table created by Geteatin.com

With the above nutritional values the Market Salad from Chick-Fil-A could be considered healthy but only if you make some changes to it by changing the Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette for a fat free or low fat option. Otherwise the Market Salad is just too high in fat and sodium to be considered healthy. 

Towards the end of this article I will give some different options that you can use to make this salad incredibly healthy while still enjoying some chicken and the other toppings on top. But first let’s take a quick look at how this salad is made.

How Is Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad Made?

Chick-Fil-A makes their salads fresh daily. Typically what they will do is create the base for the salad earlier in the day and then pop it in the fridge/cooler. They will then add your choice of protein to the top of it when you make the order. 

This helps to speed things along during the lunch rush and also ensures you get a delicious salad every single time. 

The Market Salad is made by taking a fresh bed of mixed greens and putting crumbled blue cheese (no cheddar cheeses on this premium salad) on top. They will then add some strawberries, blueberries, red apples, and green apples. Once you place your order the protein that you choose is added to the top. 

You will then be given your choice of dressing along with the Harvest Nut Granola and Roasted Almonds in separate packages that you can add to the top if you wish. 

The most popular dressing for the grilled Market Salad is the Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing but if you don’t like that option you can also choose from:

  • Creamy Salsa Dressing
  • Fat-Free Honey Mustard Dressing
  • Garden Herb Ranch Dressing
  • Light Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing
  • Light Italian Dressing
  • Avocado Lime Ranch Dressing

Unlike the other Chick-Fil-A salads this one does not normally come with hard-boiled eggs or grape tomatoes on it but if thats a deal breaker for you then you can certainly ask them to include it as well.

What Makes Chick-fil-A Market Salad Healthy Or Not?

Choosing something healthy when you are going to a fast food restaurant can be tricky. You will be surrounded by the smells of delicious fried food and will see people walking by with trays full of delicious waffle fries, sandwiches, nuggets, and more. 

Unfortunately when you decide to stay on your diet and eat a healthy salad your choices aren’t over yet! You have to consider a few different nutritional things before you decide what variation of the Market Salad that you want to get. 

Some nutritional information that is important for you to consider when choosing your toppings and dressing are: 

  • Calories
  • Fat
  • Saturated Fat
  • Sodium

All of these play an important part of our daily diets so you will want to consider how much of each of these is in the Market Salad before you order it. 

Chick-Fil-A Market Salad Calories

The first thing that you should look at when deciding which salad to get is the calorie count. Currently experts recommend that you eat between 1300 and 3000 calories a day. How many you should consume exactly depends on your age, weight, height, gender, and how active you are. 

With Chick-Fil-A’s Market salad coming in between 440 and 750 calories it would be considered healthy if you are in the 400-500 calorie range but likely too high if the salad variation that you want is 750 calories. 

The Market Salad that has fewer calories than the other variations is the one without any chicken. It comes in at only 440 calories which is low enough that anyone can eat it no matter how strict a diet you are on. 

Of course you can save calories on the other variations and get some nice grilled chicken breast on top as well. I will go into some of those variations in a little bit. 

Chick-Fil-A Market Salad Fat

The next thing that you should consider when choosing which Market Salad to get is the fat content. If you are supposed to eat 2000 calories a day then many experts feel that you should get somewhere between 44-78 grams of fat a day. 

If you are only going to try to get 44 g of fat in a day and the Market Salad with no chicken is 29 g of fat then you aren’t going to be able to eat much for the rest of the day. 

If you are concerned about the healthy fats that you are putting into your body, the Market Salad with the lowest fat is the Market Salad with no chicken (29g). 

However, 29 g of fat is still pretty high especially if your goal is only 44 grams. So with the toppings and normal dressing there is no Market Salad that would be considered healthy. 

However, if you substitute the Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette for a Light Vinaigrette or Chick-FIl-A’s Fat Free Honey Mustard it significantly drops the fat content of the Market Salad.

I will give you exactly how much fat there is in the Market Salad when you substitute the dressing for a healthier option towards the end of this article.

Chick-Fil-A Market Salad Saturated Fat

The third thing that you should consider when trying to determine whether something is healthy or not is the saturated fat content. 

It is recommended by the AHA that you not get more than 13g of saturated fat in a day if you are on a 2000 calorie diet. The issue with the Market Salad is even the best options have 5.5 or 6g of saturated fat which is 42-46% of your recommended daily intake in a single meal. 

With the recommended toppings and dressing there are no good Market Salads that would be considered healthy. However, if you substitute the dressing for a healthier option then the saturated fat drops significantly giving you many healthy options. 

Chick-Fil-A Market Salad Sodium

Sodium is a hidden thing to many people today but we all consume far too much of it. This is especially true when we eat out at fast food restaurants as often the sandwiches, fries, and even salads are cram packed full of sodium. 

The DGA recommends that adults not get more than 2300 mg of sodium per day. Unfortunately all of the Market Salads are pretty high in sodium ranging from 650 to 2200 mg of sodium with the dressing and toppings.

The Market Salad variation that is a lower-sodium choice is the option without any chicken. That option only has 650 mg of sodium in it.

You can also substitute the dressing for one of three options which have far less sodium and will allow you to get a Market Salad with chicken instead if you choose. 

Key Takeaway

If you order the Market Salad with the normal toppings and dressing the only one that is healthy would be the variation without chicken. And even it comes in with 42% of your recommended daily saturated fat! 

So, if you are wanting to order the healthiest Market Salad from Chick-FIl-A then you will want to make some substitutions. The easiest way to lower the fat, saturated fat, sodium, and get fewer calories in your Market Salad is by subbing out the dressing. 

I will cover exactly how you should do that and what it does to all of the nutritional values shortly. 

But first, let’s compare the Market Salad from Chick-Fil-A with other similar salads that you can get from other fast food restaurants.

Is Chick-fil-A’s Spicy Southwest Salad Healthier Than Other Fast Food Chains Salads?

Many fast food restaurants offer salads but how do they compare to Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad? Are they better for you? Worse? About the Same? 

Let’s find out. 

Chick-Fil-A
Market Salad With Chick-Fil-A Filet
Panera 
Citrus Asian Crunch Salad With Chicken
Wendy’s
Southwest Avocado Salad
Jack In The Box
Southwest Chicken Salad (with dressing)
Calories690600660750 
Fat41g33g39g49g
Saturated Fat8g5g11.5g10.5g
Cholesterol80mg105mg135mg110mg
Sodium1770mg1310mg1250mg2050mg
Carbs53g46g16g47g
Fiber5g8g6g9g
Sugar27g26g6g6g
Protein31g36g40g35g
Nutritional table created by Geteatin.com

Key Takeaway

Of these 4 salads from fast food restaurants the best one would be Panara’s Citrus Asian Crunch. Although it is still very high in sodium (over half of your recommended daily amount) and also pretty high in fat when compared to the other options it is easy to see that it is the healthiest. 

But what about if you make some substitutions to the Market Salad when you are at Chick-Fil-A what do the nutritional values look like then? 

Well, let’s hop into it and find out now! 

How To Make Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad Healthier

When getting a Market Salad you will want to make sure that you get the healthiest salad options. The best way to get the healthiest Market Salad from Chick-Fil-A is only to get it with grilled chicken or with no chicken at all. The fried nuggets, filets, or Chick-n-Strips all have far too much fat and saturated fat to be a healthy choice in your salad. 

So let’s look at the healthier choices that you can order when it comes to the Market Salad at Chick-Fil-A. 

Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad With Grilled Filet & No Dressing: Nutrition Info

You can get the Market Salad with grilled chicken and no dressing and it will have the following nutritional information: 

Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad With Grilled Filet & No Dressing: Nutrition Info
Nutritional table created by Geteatin.com

If you remove the dressing entirely from your Market Salad and just get grilled chicken it becomes an incredibly healthy meal. It is certainly in line with all of the different nutritional values that you might be trying to hit. 

But what if you have to have some dressing on your salad? Well you’re in luck because Chick-Fil-A has three great healthy dressings that you can choose from. 

Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad With Grilled Filet & Fat Free Honey Mustard Dressing: Nutrition Info

The following is the nutritional information for the Market Salad with grilled chicken and then a packet of Fat Free Honey Mustard Dressing on top. 

Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad With Grilled FIlet & Fat Free Honey Mustard Dressing: Nutrition Info
Nutritional table created by Geteatin.com

Even when you add the Fat Free Honey Mustard Dressing to your Market Salad it is still an incredibly healthy choice. The only thing that is slightly high is the Sodium at 890mg but beyond that all of the other nutritional values are great which makes this Market Salad variation a healthy one. 

But what if you aren’t a fan of Honey Mustard? 

Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad With Grilled Filet & Light Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing: Nutrition Info

Many people don’t really like Honey Mustard Dressing. If this is you then you can also put balsamic vinaigrette on your salad and it won’t hurt how healthy it is. The following is the nutritional information for a Market Salad with Grilled Chicken and Light Balsamic Vinaigrette. 

Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad With Grilled Filet & Light Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing: Nutrition Info
Nutritional table created by Geteatin.com

Choosing the Market Salad with a grilled filet and the Light Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing makes for a niche healthy meal. All of the nutritional values are in line besides the sodium which is a touch high for a single meal at 920. 

As long as you don’t use all of the dressing or are sure to not consume as much sodium in your other two meals then this is a healthy option for you to choose. 

Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad With Grilled Filet & Light Italian Dressing: Nutrition Info

Another great option when it comes to a healthy dressing at Chick-FIl-A is the Light Italian. A Market Salad with Light Italian Dressing on it has the following nutritional information. 

Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad With Grilled Filet & Light Italian Dressing: Nutrition Info
Nutritional table created by Geteatin.com

This is another incredibly healthy option… except the sodium. The sodium is quite high in the Light Italian Dressing which really puts it over the top at 45% of your daily recommended sodium intake. 

Really the only way to use the Light Italian Dressing with your Market Salad and keep the sodium levels at a halfway healthy level is for you to use half a packet instead of the whole thing. 

If you use half a package of Light Italian Dressing it will save you 235mg of sodium which brings your sodium back down to 795 mg. 

Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad With No Chicken Or Dressing: Nutrition Info

Some people don’t like chicken or prefer not to eat meat entirely. Whatever the reason, if this is you this salad becomes incredibly healthy when you leave out the Chicken and the Dressing. 

Below are the nutritional numbers in the Market Salad when you don’t get any chicken or put any dressing on it. 

Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad With No Chicken Or Dressing: Nutrition Info
Nutritional table created by Geteatin.com

This salad is far and away the healthiest variation that you can eat. At only 210 calories and 13% of your daily recommended fat intake it’s a great choice. 

However, if you want (or need) some dressing on your salad then I will give you the nutritional values when you add the different healthy dressing into this salad without chicken. 

Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad (No Chicken) With Fat Free Honey Mustard Dressing: Nutrition Info

Can’t handle a dry salad? Yeah, me neither. But that’s okay as you can still have a super healthy salad when you add Fat Free Honey Mustard onto it. Below is the nutritional value of the Market Salad with no chicken but with Honey Mustard Dressing on top. 

Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad (No Chicken) With Fat Free Honey Mustard Dressing: Nutrition Info
Nutritional table created by Geteatin.com

This variation of the Market Salad is incredibly healthy and isn’t out of line with any of the recommended nutritional values. 

Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad (No Chicken) With Light Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing: Nutrition Info

Not a fan of Honey Mustard Dressing? That’s fine as Chick-Fil-A has two other dressings that are healthier options for you to choose from. 

Below is the nutritional information for the Market Salad with no chicken but when you add Chick-Fil-A’s Light Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing

Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad (No Chicken) With Light Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing: Nutrition Info
Nutritional table created by Geteatin.com

This is another stand up choice when it comes to a healthy Market Salad. With lower calories, fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, and carbs, and medium sodium this Market salad variation is a healthy choice for sure. 

Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad (No Chicken) With Light Italian Dressing: Nutrition Info

If you aren’t a fan of vinaigrettes or honey mustard then that’s no problem as I have one more option for you. Below is the nutritional information for the Market Salad with no chicken but with Chick-Fil-A’s Light Italian Dressing added on top. 

Chick-Fil-A’s Market Salad (No Chicken) With Light Italian Dressing: Nutrition Info
Nutritional table created by Geteatin.com

This is another healthy choice for your market salad. The calories, fat and saturated fat are extremely low but the sodium is a bit higher with the Italian Dressing. It’s still not out of line for what you should eat in a single meal but it is higher than the other dressing mentioned above. 

Just something to consider if you are trying to keep your sodium intake extra low. 

Chick-fil-A Market Salad Macros

If you are trying to live a healthier life but aren’t just counting calories you might be tracking your macronutrients. If this is you then the section below will be right up your alley.

Each of the below sections will give the macronutrients for the Market Salad with the various toppings on it. However, it is important to note that the below macros all include the Harvest Nut Granola, Roasted Almonds, and the Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette Dressing in their calculations.

So if you are leaving those toppings or dressings off you will need to reduce the macros.

Chick-fil-A Market Salad with Spicy Grilled Filet Macros

The macronutrients of the Market Salad with the Spicy Grilled Filet on top are:

  • 31 g of fat
  • 42 g of carbohydrates
  • 26 g of protein

Chick-fil-A Market Salad with Spicy Chick-n-Strips Macros

The macronutrients of the Market Salad with the Spicy Chick-n-Strips on top are:

  • 40 g of fat
  • 56 g of carbohydrates
  • 34 g of protein

Chick-fil-A Market Salad with Grilled Filet Macros

The macronutrients of the Market Salad with the Grilled Filet on top are:

  • 31 g of fat
  • 41 g of carbohydrates
  • 28 g of protein

Chick-fil-A Market Salad with Fried/Breaded Nuggets Macros

The macronutrients of the Market Salad with Fried/Breaded Nuggets on top are:

  • 40 g of fat
  • 51 g of carbohydrates
  • 34 g of protein

Chick-fil-A Market Salad with Grilled Nuggets Macros

The macronutrients of the Market Salad with the Grilled Nuggets on top are:

  • 32 g of fat
  • 41 g of carbohydrates
  • 32 g of protein

Chick-fil-A Market Salad with Chick-n-Strips Macros

The macronutrients of the Market Salad with the Chick-n-Strips on top are:

  • 43 g of fat
  • 57 g of carbohydrates
  • 36 g of protein

Chick-fil-A Market Salad with Chick-fil-A Filet Macros

The macronutrients of the Market Salad with the Chick-fil-A Filet on top are:

  • 41 g of fat
  • 53 g of carbohydrates
  • 31 g of protein

Chick-fil-A Market Salad with Spicy Filet Macros

The macronutrients of the Market Salad with the Spicy Filet on top are:

  • 42 g of fat
  • 56 g of carbohydrates
  • 30 g of protein

Chick-fil-A Market Salad with No Chicken Macros

The macronutrients of the Market Salad with no chicken on top are:

  • 29 g of fat
  • 40 g of carbohydrates
  • 7 g of protein

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