My kids LOVED these! and they only take like 5 minutes to prepare. Will and Grey literally fought over the last one. I also wanted it, but decided to be adult about it :) It was a meal I chose specifically for the kids, but Brian and I also liked em. Tonight, it was all about them, no fighting them to stop picking out the veggies, or to clean their plate. It was so pleasant to sit back and be showered by compliments from my 5 and 3 yr old. All good things must come to and end and tomorrow night will be a different story I am sure!
Lollipop ChickenI am addicted to allrecipes.com. I get their daily newsletter and recipe and it help me shake things up a little. Plus all the recipes are reviewed and you can tell before hand if it is good or not.
This recipe was so simple and almost too good to be true.
1. Cut 3-4 boneless chicken breasts into pieces, 1-2 inches
***make sure you salt and pepper the chicken well.
2. Crush 2 cups of potato chips (I used sour cream and onion)
3. Combine 1 egg and 2 tbs of milk
(to add flavor I also added 1/2 packet of ranch dressing as per reviewers suggestions)
4. Dip chicken into egg mixture then into chips and coat in crumbs.
5. Place on greased baking sheet and bake 10 minutes then flip and bake another 10 mintues until golden brown.
6. After removing from the oven, insert a candy stick into each chunk.
7. I served on a platter with 3 dipping sauces (Ranch, Ketchup and Honey Mustard)