Chicken fingers are one of the best foods to satisfy a fast food craving. They’re deep fried, crispy and have tons of dipping sauce. What if I told you that you could enjoy your beloved chicken fingers without the guilt? What if, the next time you want to zip out to a fast food restaurant, instead, you make a batch of home made chicken fingers that are even better than what you could’ve bought? The time and effort you would put into making the chicken fingers will make them taste even better. They’re so healthy, you can even include them as a regular Friday night snack or family meal on the weekly menu. No matter how you serve them up, food always tastes better when it’s home made.

1. Baked Coconut Chicken Tenders with Mango Mustard Sauce

Take a gourmet approach to a regular meal. This mango mustard dipping sauce will take your chicken strips to the next level!

2. Ritzy Baked Chicken Tenders

Make your chicken tenders with ingredients from around the house. Ritz crackers taste great on their own, but they taste even better on chicken!

3. Oven Baked Ranch Chicken Tenders

Flavor your chicken tenders with your favorite seasoning – ranch! These chicken tenders will go down as one of your favorite not-so-guilty pleasures.

4. Crispy Buffalo Tenders

When your chicken tenders just aren’t doing it for you, make these buffalo flavored chicken strips instead! Packed with flavor without being deep fried.

5. Whole30 Chicken Tenders

Sticking to that infamous Whole30 diet? You don’t have to leave all your pleasures and indulgences behind. These chicken strips were made for you.

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6. Crispy Baked Cornflake Chicken Fingers

Tired of eating corn flakes for breakfast? Have them for supper instead! They make a great crust for your chicken fingers.

7. Baked Chicken Fingers

These strips of deliciousness come to you straight out of the oven instead of the fryer. Dip in your favorite home made sauce and you won’t be disappointed!

8. Quinoa Crusted Tofu Nuggets

Enjoy some chicken nuggets without the animal ingredients! These tofu nuggets will satisfy your fast food cravings just as much as all the other recipes. Dig in!

9. Almond Crusted Chicken Nuggets

Instead of your regular bread crumbs or crackers, use some good old almonds for your crust. It’s a crust that is packed with healthy fats and tons of protein. Perfection!

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10. Quinoa Chicken Nuggets

Wrap up your chicken and quinoa meal into one delectable dish. These nuggets are so easy to make and even easier to eat!

 

Lindsay Duncan

Lindsay loves cooking fun and creative meals for friends and family. At home, you can find her trying out a new recipe found on Pinterest while trying to balance her husband's sweet tooth with her healthy eating habits. If she's not in the kitchen, you'll find Lindsay photographing people she loves and going out with friends to try the newest restaurant in her small town.

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