Wouldn’t you love a good chicken strip? I’m not talking about the kind dredged through gluten breading and dunked in a vat of hydrogenated fat…
These homemade baked chicken strips are not only way healthier than the restaurants and frozen store brands, they’re moist, tender and delicious too. No greasy slabs of dried out mystery meat here…kids will love them, adults will love them – so why not make these for your family!
My favorite part of this fun finger food meal is probably the honey mustard sauce. It couldn’t be any easier to make, and goes really well with these gluten-free chicken strips. Just dip and eat!
And like I keep saying with many of my Paleo Newbie meals, make an extra serving or two for a great lunch or snack the next day.
Speaking of chicken…my hubby and I will be attending the Taste of Paleo in Huntington Beach in a couple of weeks. We are super excited to explore what’s out there and to meet some Paleo peeps. They will be having a cooking competition which I thought about entering, but “chickened” out when I found out I would have to prepare 500 samples. That freaked me out just a little! I have faith in my recipes, but since I’m a newbie, I need to scope it all out first and see how it’s done! Maybe next year…
I promise to report back with our new Paleo discoveries and hopefully bring back some fun pictures to share with all of you!
Until then, enjoy this recipe. It just might become a staple for your family. Add some sweet potato fries and you’re good to go!