Baked Chicken Strips

My mom has been making these for me all my life.  In other words, I’ve been addicted to these all my life.

They are so much healthier than fried chicken strips (and taste better in my opinion).  I served them with the Chinese Sweet and Sour Sauce last time and Zack said they were a great accompaniment.

These are really easy to make and a meal that anyone will like.  Plus, just like fried fast-food chicken strips, they are good with any condiments that you can imagine.  I’m a big fan of honey myself.

Say NO to McDonald’s and YES to being healthier and eating at home with your families.  🙂

Time for a small rant…  In my hometown, they tore down the old McDonald’s and built a new one that opened a few weeks ago.  The first few days the wait was TWO HOURS.  Two hours for food that is taking time off of your life?! People blow my mind.  I am very against fast food.  I don’t like the unhealthiness of it, their marketing ploys to attract children, or the actual preparation of the food.

Okay, sorry.  I get a little bit opinionated when it comes to fast food.  I wasn’t always like this, though.  I used to eat fast food nearly daily.  Just thinking about it now sickens me.

Baked Chicken Strips

– 1 lb boneless, skinless chicken breasts

– 2 eggs, beaten

– 1 cup Italian bread crumbs

Cut chicken into strips (~3 or 4 strips out of one breast) and wash off.

Put eggs into a bowl and coat chicken in them.

Dip chicken strips into the seasoning.

Put on a baking sheet covered in aluminum foil.

Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until chicken is cooked through.

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13 thoughts on “Baked Chicken Strips

  1. Amen sister. It’s ridiculous! I get so frustrated seeing all of the ads on TV for such terrible food, especially when you can make at home so much easier and so much better for you, like your chicken strips. 🙂
    Something that I have found helps the strips get even crispier is if you bake then on a roasting rack. Just a thought. Yours look super good. 🙂

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