Baked Chicken Crispers

When I was a kid, I seriously ate fried chicken at least two or three times a week. Since then, my tastes have slowly changed and my diet has become increasingly healthier. Now, I find that eating fried foods makes me feel very sluggish, bloated, and a bit ill. But breaded, crispy things just taste so good! So let me present to you one of my favorite creations: Healthy Baked Chicken Crispers.

Recipe: Serves 1

Preheat the oven to 400. In a bowl, whisk 1 egg, a blob of dijon mustard, salt, and pepper. Crunch 3/4 cup corn flake cereal with your hands and spread on a large plate. Slice 4 ounces of raw chicken breast meat into strips.

Dip the chicken strips into the egg mixture and then roll in the corn flakes. Place on a baking sheet.

Bake for 8 minutes, or until the meat is white.


Chicken * a very lean source of protein with lots of B vitamins and tryptophan!

7 thoughts on “Baked Chicken Crispers

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