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Cal Spoon: Fall 2014 Recruitment

Cal Spoon: Fall 2014 Recruitment



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Do you like to eat?
Do you go to Berkeley?

If so, we invite you to apply to join our fun, food-loving team. That’s right; it’s recruitment time!

Homemade Bagel Sandwich | Photo by Laura Lim

From restaurant reviews and special recipes to food facts and food news, we try to bring our readers the best of Berkeley. Our online publication is easy to access, fun to read and completely student-run.

Because food is so inherently social, we like sharing our food adventures. We get involved with the community through service projects and open events. We find excuses to cook and bake in each others’ kitchens, participate in food contests on campus and go out to eat together.

Photo by Jocelyn Hsu

Because we are excited for another great semester full of food and new friends, we are now looking for talented writers, editors, photographers and businesspeople We are also looking for a Vice President of Operations; though returning staff members have priority for that position, new applicants are also welcome to apply.

Please, apply by Saturday, August 30, 2014 at 11:59pm! Email all applications and questions to [email protected]

See you soon!

Photo by Elizabeth Layman

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Healthy Chicken Fingers

Today I am revamping one of the first recipes that I ever created for Healthy Chicken Fingers. That was a whole four years ago, guys &ndash hard to believe. Will was one year old when I started this blog. It feels like so long ago!

When I look back at my first posts, they are both inspiring because I realize how far I have come, and motivation to continue to grow and improve my photography and recipe development skills. Lets be honest my first photos are pretty bad..but are a good reminder to keep working hard.

I am the first to admit that I have a long ways to go, but considering I am self taught I feel proud of myself for getting this far. These Healthy Baked Chicken Fingers were a good reminder of why I started this blog in the first place.

I started this as a place to share healthy recipes that I was cooking for my family with my friends and family. If I can inspire even a few people to cook a little healthier and have fun in the kitchen, then I feel like my goal has been accomplished.

And so here we are with these simple Healthy Chicken Fingers. These are a kid and adult favorite. I mean who doesn&rsquot like chicken fingers, right? It&rsquos the perfect weeknight dinner when you just don&rsquot have time to make something fancy.

This recipe uses panko breadcrumbs, which I love because of their added crunch, but you can always use regular breadcrumbs. My recipes uses a variety of spices including thyme, parsley and paprika, but if your kids aren&rsquot into the spice you can modify to their tastes.

To lighten up this recipe, I used olive oil instead of butter but you can easily melt 3 Tablespoons of butter and use that instead of olive oil if you want.

In my house we like to pair these with this Simple Parmesan Garlic Green Beans and this Cucumber Yogurt Salad. They are all easy recipes that you can whip up in no time. If you are menu planning these are a winner and a must try for those busy nights.

COOKING TIPS:

  • You get to control what goes in this, which is the best part! If your family likes some spice add some cayenne pepper. If your family hates spice leave it out all together and stick with salt, pepper and maybe a little garlic powder.
  • You can use regular breadcrumbs or panko breadcrumbs on these chicken tenders. Panko breadcrumbs will create a crunchier texture.
  • You can use these chicken tenders in a variety of meals. Try adding them to a salad, a rice bowl or chop it up and add it to taco.

HOW TO MAKE CHICKEN TENDERS?

You are going to love how easy it is to make these healthy, delicious chicken fingers!

PREPARE THE BREADING FOR THE TENDERS: In a shallow bowl combine the ingredients for the breading which includes panko breadcrumbs, parmesan cheese, garlic powder, thyme, parsley, paprika, salt and pepper. Stir it until it is well combined. Set this aside. You can feel free to adjust the spices to your liking.

DREDGE THE CHICKEN FINGERS IN OIL AND BREADCRUMBS: Next you will pour the olive oil in a separate shallow bowl. Dredge each chicken tender in the olive oil, making sure to coat both sides. Then take the chicken tender and dredge it in the breadcrumbs, making sure both sides are coated. Put the tenders on to a non-stick baking sheet once coated.

BAKE IN THE OVEN: The best part of these chicken tender is they are baked in the oven. You don&rsquot need to try chicken tenders to get a crispy, delicious tender that your family will love. I love that this version is healthier! Preheat your oven to 400 degrees F. Bake for 25 minutes, flipping the tenders once . Sprinkle with fresh parsley if you want and serve warm with ketchup or honey mustard dipping sauce.


Healthy Chicken Fingers

Today I am revamping one of the first recipes that I ever created for Healthy Chicken Fingers. That was a whole four years ago, guys &ndash hard to believe. Will was one year old when I started this blog. It feels like so long ago!

When I look back at my first posts, they are both inspiring because I realize how far I have come, and motivation to continue to grow and improve my photography and recipe development skills. Lets be honest my first photos are pretty bad..but are a good reminder to keep working hard.

I am the first to admit that I have a long ways to go, but considering I am self taught I feel proud of myself for getting this far. These Healthy Baked Chicken Fingers were a good reminder of why I started this blog in the first place.

I started this as a place to share healthy recipes that I was cooking for my family with my friends and family. If I can inspire even a few people to cook a little healthier and have fun in the kitchen, then I feel like my goal has been accomplished.

And so here we are with these simple Healthy Chicken Fingers. These are a kid and adult favorite. I mean who doesn&rsquot like chicken fingers, right? It&rsquos the perfect weeknight dinner when you just don&rsquot have time to make something fancy.

This recipe uses panko breadcrumbs, which I love because of their added crunch, but you can always use regular breadcrumbs. My recipes uses a variety of spices including thyme, parsley and paprika, but if your kids aren&rsquot into the spice you can modify to their tastes.

To lighten up this recipe, I used olive oil instead of butter but you can easily melt 3 Tablespoons of butter and use that instead of olive oil if you want.

In my house we like to pair these with this Simple Parmesan Garlic Green Beans and this Cucumber Yogurt Salad. They are all easy recipes that you can whip up in no time. If you are menu planning these are a winner and a must try for those busy nights.

COOKING TIPS:

  • You get to control what goes in this, which is the best part! If your family likes some spice add some cayenne pepper. If your family hates spice leave it out all together and stick with salt, pepper and maybe a little garlic powder.
  • You can use regular breadcrumbs or panko breadcrumbs on these chicken tenders. Panko breadcrumbs will create a crunchier texture.
  • You can use these chicken tenders in a variety of meals. Try adding them to a salad, a rice bowl or chop it up and add it to taco.

HOW TO MAKE CHICKEN TENDERS?

You are going to love how easy it is to make these healthy, delicious chicken fingers!

PREPARE THE BREADING FOR THE TENDERS: In a shallow bowl combine the ingredients for the breading which includes panko breadcrumbs, parmesan cheese, garlic powder, thyme, parsley, paprika, salt and pepper. Stir it until it is well combined. Set this aside. You can feel free to adjust the spices to your liking.

DREDGE THE CHICKEN FINGERS IN OIL AND BREADCRUMBS: Next you will pour the olive oil in a separate shallow bowl. Dredge each chicken tender in the olive oil, making sure to coat both sides. Then take the chicken tender and dredge it in the breadcrumbs, making sure both sides are coated. Put the tenders on to a non-stick baking sheet once coated.

BAKE IN THE OVEN: The best part of these chicken tender is they are baked in the oven. You don&rsquot need to try chicken tenders to get a crispy, delicious tender that your family will love. I love that this version is healthier! Preheat your oven to 400 degrees F. Bake for 25 minutes, flipping the tenders once . Sprinkle with fresh parsley if you want and serve warm with ketchup or honey mustard dipping sauce.


Healthy Chicken Fingers

Today I am revamping one of the first recipes that I ever created for Healthy Chicken Fingers. That was a whole four years ago, guys &ndash hard to believe. Will was one year old when I started this blog. It feels like so long ago!

When I look back at my first posts, they are both inspiring because I realize how far I have come, and motivation to continue to grow and improve my photography and recipe development skills. Lets be honest my first photos are pretty bad..but are a good reminder to keep working hard.

I am the first to admit that I have a long ways to go, but considering I am self taught I feel proud of myself for getting this far. These Healthy Baked Chicken Fingers were a good reminder of why I started this blog in the first place.

I started this as a place to share healthy recipes that I was cooking for my family with my friends and family. If I can inspire even a few people to cook a little healthier and have fun in the kitchen, then I feel like my goal has been accomplished.

And so here we are with these simple Healthy Chicken Fingers. These are a kid and adult favorite. I mean who doesn&rsquot like chicken fingers, right? It&rsquos the perfect weeknight dinner when you just don&rsquot have time to make something fancy.

This recipe uses panko breadcrumbs, which I love because of their added crunch, but you can always use regular breadcrumbs. My recipes uses a variety of spices including thyme, parsley and paprika, but if your kids aren&rsquot into the spice you can modify to their tastes.

To lighten up this recipe, I used olive oil instead of butter but you can easily melt 3 Tablespoons of butter and use that instead of olive oil if you want.

In my house we like to pair these with this Simple Parmesan Garlic Green Beans and this Cucumber Yogurt Salad. They are all easy recipes that you can whip up in no time. If you are menu planning these are a winner and a must try for those busy nights.

COOKING TIPS:

  • You get to control what goes in this, which is the best part! If your family likes some spice add some cayenne pepper. If your family hates spice leave it out all together and stick with salt, pepper and maybe a little garlic powder.
  • You can use regular breadcrumbs or panko breadcrumbs on these chicken tenders. Panko breadcrumbs will create a crunchier texture.
  • You can use these chicken tenders in a variety of meals. Try adding them to a salad, a rice bowl or chop it up and add it to taco.

HOW TO MAKE CHICKEN TENDERS?

You are going to love how easy it is to make these healthy, delicious chicken fingers!

PREPARE THE BREADING FOR THE TENDERS: In a shallow bowl combine the ingredients for the breading which includes panko breadcrumbs, parmesan cheese, garlic powder, thyme, parsley, paprika, salt and pepper. Stir it until it is well combined. Set this aside. You can feel free to adjust the spices to your liking.

DREDGE THE CHICKEN FINGERS IN OIL AND BREADCRUMBS: Next you will pour the olive oil in a separate shallow bowl. Dredge each chicken tender in the olive oil, making sure to coat both sides. Then take the chicken tender and dredge it in the breadcrumbs, making sure both sides are coated. Put the tenders on to a non-stick baking sheet once coated.

BAKE IN THE OVEN: The best part of these chicken tender is they are baked in the oven. You don&rsquot need to try chicken tenders to get a crispy, delicious tender that your family will love. I love that this version is healthier! Preheat your oven to 400 degrees F. Bake for 25 minutes, flipping the tenders once . Sprinkle with fresh parsley if you want and serve warm with ketchup or honey mustard dipping sauce.


Healthy Chicken Fingers

Today I am revamping one of the first recipes that I ever created for Healthy Chicken Fingers. That was a whole four years ago, guys &ndash hard to believe. Will was one year old when I started this blog. It feels like so long ago!

When I look back at my first posts, they are both inspiring because I realize how far I have come, and motivation to continue to grow and improve my photography and recipe development skills. Lets be honest my first photos are pretty bad..but are a good reminder to keep working hard.

I am the first to admit that I have a long ways to go, but considering I am self taught I feel proud of myself for getting this far. These Healthy Baked Chicken Fingers were a good reminder of why I started this blog in the first place.

I started this as a place to share healthy recipes that I was cooking for my family with my friends and family. If I can inspire even a few people to cook a little healthier and have fun in the kitchen, then I feel like my goal has been accomplished.

And so here we are with these simple Healthy Chicken Fingers. These are a kid and adult favorite. I mean who doesn&rsquot like chicken fingers, right? It&rsquos the perfect weeknight dinner when you just don&rsquot have time to make something fancy.

This recipe uses panko breadcrumbs, which I love because of their added crunch, but you can always use regular breadcrumbs. My recipes uses a variety of spices including thyme, parsley and paprika, but if your kids aren&rsquot into the spice you can modify to their tastes.

To lighten up this recipe, I used olive oil instead of butter but you can easily melt 3 Tablespoons of butter and use that instead of olive oil if you want.

In my house we like to pair these with this Simple Parmesan Garlic Green Beans and this Cucumber Yogurt Salad. They are all easy recipes that you can whip up in no time. If you are menu planning these are a winner and a must try for those busy nights.

COOKING TIPS:

  • You get to control what goes in this, which is the best part! If your family likes some spice add some cayenne pepper. If your family hates spice leave it out all together and stick with salt, pepper and maybe a little garlic powder.
  • You can use regular breadcrumbs or panko breadcrumbs on these chicken tenders. Panko breadcrumbs will create a crunchier texture.
  • You can use these chicken tenders in a variety of meals. Try adding them to a salad, a rice bowl or chop it up and add it to taco.

HOW TO MAKE CHICKEN TENDERS?

You are going to love how easy it is to make these healthy, delicious chicken fingers!

PREPARE THE BREADING FOR THE TENDERS: In a shallow bowl combine the ingredients for the breading which includes panko breadcrumbs, parmesan cheese, garlic powder, thyme, parsley, paprika, salt and pepper. Stir it until it is well combined. Set this aside. You can feel free to adjust the spices to your liking.

DREDGE THE CHICKEN FINGERS IN OIL AND BREADCRUMBS: Next you will pour the olive oil in a separate shallow bowl. Dredge each chicken tender in the olive oil, making sure to coat both sides. Then take the chicken tender and dredge it in the breadcrumbs, making sure both sides are coated. Put the tenders on to a non-stick baking sheet once coated.

BAKE IN THE OVEN: The best part of these chicken tender is they are baked in the oven. You don&rsquot need to try chicken tenders to get a crispy, delicious tender that your family will love. I love that this version is healthier! Preheat your oven to 400 degrees F. Bake for 25 minutes, flipping the tenders once . Sprinkle with fresh parsley if you want and serve warm with ketchup or honey mustard dipping sauce.


Healthy Chicken Fingers

Today I am revamping one of the first recipes that I ever created for Healthy Chicken Fingers. That was a whole four years ago, guys &ndash hard to believe. Will was one year old when I started this blog. It feels like so long ago!

When I look back at my first posts, they are both inspiring because I realize how far I have come, and motivation to continue to grow and improve my photography and recipe development skills. Lets be honest my first photos are pretty bad..but are a good reminder to keep working hard.

I am the first to admit that I have a long ways to go, but considering I am self taught I feel proud of myself for getting this far. These Healthy Baked Chicken Fingers were a good reminder of why I started this blog in the first place.

I started this as a place to share healthy recipes that I was cooking for my family with my friends and family. If I can inspire even a few people to cook a little healthier and have fun in the kitchen, then I feel like my goal has been accomplished.

And so here we are with these simple Healthy Chicken Fingers. These are a kid and adult favorite. I mean who doesn&rsquot like chicken fingers, right? It&rsquos the perfect weeknight dinner when you just don&rsquot have time to make something fancy.

This recipe uses panko breadcrumbs, which I love because of their added crunch, but you can always use regular breadcrumbs. My recipes uses a variety of spices including thyme, parsley and paprika, but if your kids aren&rsquot into the spice you can modify to their tastes.

To lighten up this recipe, I used olive oil instead of butter but you can easily melt 3 Tablespoons of butter and use that instead of olive oil if you want.

In my house we like to pair these with this Simple Parmesan Garlic Green Beans and this Cucumber Yogurt Salad. They are all easy recipes that you can whip up in no time. If you are menu planning these are a winner and a must try for those busy nights.

COOKING TIPS:

  • You get to control what goes in this, which is the best part! If your family likes some spice add some cayenne pepper. If your family hates spice leave it out all together and stick with salt, pepper and maybe a little garlic powder.
  • You can use regular breadcrumbs or panko breadcrumbs on these chicken tenders. Panko breadcrumbs will create a crunchier texture.
  • You can use these chicken tenders in a variety of meals. Try adding them to a salad, a rice bowl or chop it up and add it to taco.

HOW TO MAKE CHICKEN TENDERS?

You are going to love how easy it is to make these healthy, delicious chicken fingers!

PREPARE THE BREADING FOR THE TENDERS: In a shallow bowl combine the ingredients for the breading which includes panko breadcrumbs, parmesan cheese, garlic powder, thyme, parsley, paprika, salt and pepper. Stir it until it is well combined. Set this aside. You can feel free to adjust the spices to your liking.

DREDGE THE CHICKEN FINGERS IN OIL AND BREADCRUMBS: Next you will pour the olive oil in a separate shallow bowl. Dredge each chicken tender in the olive oil, making sure to coat both sides. Then take the chicken tender and dredge it in the breadcrumbs, making sure both sides are coated. Put the tenders on to a non-stick baking sheet once coated.

BAKE IN THE OVEN: The best part of these chicken tender is they are baked in the oven. You don&rsquot need to try chicken tenders to get a crispy, delicious tender that your family will love. I love that this version is healthier! Preheat your oven to 400 degrees F. Bake for 25 minutes, flipping the tenders once . Sprinkle with fresh parsley if you want and serve warm with ketchup or honey mustard dipping sauce.


Healthy Chicken Fingers

Today I am revamping one of the first recipes that I ever created for Healthy Chicken Fingers. That was a whole four years ago, guys &ndash hard to believe. Will was one year old when I started this blog. It feels like so long ago!

When I look back at my first posts, they are both inspiring because I realize how far I have come, and motivation to continue to grow and improve my photography and recipe development skills. Lets be honest my first photos are pretty bad..but are a good reminder to keep working hard.

I am the first to admit that I have a long ways to go, but considering I am self taught I feel proud of myself for getting this far. These Healthy Baked Chicken Fingers were a good reminder of why I started this blog in the first place.

I started this as a place to share healthy recipes that I was cooking for my family with my friends and family. If I can inspire even a few people to cook a little healthier and have fun in the kitchen, then I feel like my goal has been accomplished.

And so here we are with these simple Healthy Chicken Fingers. These are a kid and adult favorite. I mean who doesn&rsquot like chicken fingers, right? It&rsquos the perfect weeknight dinner when you just don&rsquot have time to make something fancy.

This recipe uses panko breadcrumbs, which I love because of their added crunch, but you can always use regular breadcrumbs. My recipes uses a variety of spices including thyme, parsley and paprika, but if your kids aren&rsquot into the spice you can modify to their tastes.

To lighten up this recipe, I used olive oil instead of butter but you can easily melt 3 Tablespoons of butter and use that instead of olive oil if you want.

In my house we like to pair these with this Simple Parmesan Garlic Green Beans and this Cucumber Yogurt Salad. They are all easy recipes that you can whip up in no time. If you are menu planning these are a winner and a must try for those busy nights.

COOKING TIPS:

  • You get to control what goes in this, which is the best part! If your family likes some spice add some cayenne pepper. If your family hates spice leave it out all together and stick with salt, pepper and maybe a little garlic powder.
  • You can use regular breadcrumbs or panko breadcrumbs on these chicken tenders. Panko breadcrumbs will create a crunchier texture.
  • You can use these chicken tenders in a variety of meals. Try adding them to a salad, a rice bowl or chop it up and add it to taco.

HOW TO MAKE CHICKEN TENDERS?

You are going to love how easy it is to make these healthy, delicious chicken fingers!

PREPARE THE BREADING FOR THE TENDERS: In a shallow bowl combine the ingredients for the breading which includes panko breadcrumbs, parmesan cheese, garlic powder, thyme, parsley, paprika, salt and pepper. Stir it until it is well combined. Set this aside. You can feel free to adjust the spices to your liking.

DREDGE THE CHICKEN FINGERS IN OIL AND BREADCRUMBS: Next you will pour the olive oil in a separate shallow bowl. Dredge each chicken tender in the olive oil, making sure to coat both sides. Then take the chicken tender and dredge it in the breadcrumbs, making sure both sides are coated. Put the tenders on to a non-stick baking sheet once coated.

BAKE IN THE OVEN: The best part of these chicken tender is they are baked in the oven. You don&rsquot need to try chicken tenders to get a crispy, delicious tender that your family will love. I love that this version is healthier! Preheat your oven to 400 degrees F. Bake for 25 minutes, flipping the tenders once . Sprinkle with fresh parsley if you want and serve warm with ketchup or honey mustard dipping sauce.


Healthy Chicken Fingers

Today I am revamping one of the first recipes that I ever created for Healthy Chicken Fingers. That was a whole four years ago, guys &ndash hard to believe. Will was one year old when I started this blog. It feels like so long ago!

When I look back at my first posts, they are both inspiring because I realize how far I have come, and motivation to continue to grow and improve my photography and recipe development skills. Lets be honest my first photos are pretty bad..but are a good reminder to keep working hard.

I am the first to admit that I have a long ways to go, but considering I am self taught I feel proud of myself for getting this far. These Healthy Baked Chicken Fingers were a good reminder of why I started this blog in the first place.

I started this as a place to share healthy recipes that I was cooking for my family with my friends and family. If I can inspire even a few people to cook a little healthier and have fun in the kitchen, then I feel like my goal has been accomplished.

And so here we are with these simple Healthy Chicken Fingers. These are a kid and adult favorite. I mean who doesn&rsquot like chicken fingers, right? It&rsquos the perfect weeknight dinner when you just don&rsquot have time to make something fancy.

This recipe uses panko breadcrumbs, which I love because of their added crunch, but you can always use regular breadcrumbs. My recipes uses a variety of spices including thyme, parsley and paprika, but if your kids aren&rsquot into the spice you can modify to their tastes.

To lighten up this recipe, I used olive oil instead of butter but you can easily melt 3 Tablespoons of butter and use that instead of olive oil if you want.

In my house we like to pair these with this Simple Parmesan Garlic Green Beans and this Cucumber Yogurt Salad. They are all easy recipes that you can whip up in no time. If you are menu planning these are a winner and a must try for those busy nights.

COOKING TIPS:

  • You get to control what goes in this, which is the best part! If your family likes some spice add some cayenne pepper. If your family hates spice leave it out all together and stick with salt, pepper and maybe a little garlic powder.
  • You can use regular breadcrumbs or panko breadcrumbs on these chicken tenders. Panko breadcrumbs will create a crunchier texture.
  • You can use these chicken tenders in a variety of meals. Try adding them to a salad, a rice bowl or chop it up and add it to taco.

HOW TO MAKE CHICKEN TENDERS?

You are going to love how easy it is to make these healthy, delicious chicken fingers!

PREPARE THE BREADING FOR THE TENDERS: In a shallow bowl combine the ingredients for the breading which includes panko breadcrumbs, parmesan cheese, garlic powder, thyme, parsley, paprika, salt and pepper. Stir it until it is well combined. Set this aside. You can feel free to adjust the spices to your liking.

DREDGE THE CHICKEN FINGERS IN OIL AND BREADCRUMBS: Next you will pour the olive oil in a separate shallow bowl. Dredge each chicken tender in the olive oil, making sure to coat both sides. Then take the chicken tender and dredge it in the breadcrumbs, making sure both sides are coated. Put the tenders on to a non-stick baking sheet once coated.

BAKE IN THE OVEN: The best part of these chicken tender is they are baked in the oven. You don&rsquot need to try chicken tenders to get a crispy, delicious tender that your family will love. I love that this version is healthier! Preheat your oven to 400 degrees F. Bake for 25 minutes, flipping the tenders once . Sprinkle with fresh parsley if you want and serve warm with ketchup or honey mustard dipping sauce.


Healthy Chicken Fingers

Today I am revamping one of the first recipes that I ever created for Healthy Chicken Fingers. That was a whole four years ago, guys &ndash hard to believe. Will was one year old when I started this blog. It feels like so long ago!

When I look back at my first posts, they are both inspiring because I realize how far I have come, and motivation to continue to grow and improve my photography and recipe development skills. Lets be honest my first photos are pretty bad..but are a good reminder to keep working hard.

I am the first to admit that I have a long ways to go, but considering I am self taught I feel proud of myself for getting this far. These Healthy Baked Chicken Fingers were a good reminder of why I started this blog in the first place.

I started this as a place to share healthy recipes that I was cooking for my family with my friends and family. If I can inspire even a few people to cook a little healthier and have fun in the kitchen, then I feel like my goal has been accomplished.

And so here we are with these simple Healthy Chicken Fingers. These are a kid and adult favorite. I mean who doesn&rsquot like chicken fingers, right? It&rsquos the perfect weeknight dinner when you just don&rsquot have time to make something fancy.

This recipe uses panko breadcrumbs, which I love because of their added crunch, but you can always use regular breadcrumbs. My recipes uses a variety of spices including thyme, parsley and paprika, but if your kids aren&rsquot into the spice you can modify to their tastes.

To lighten up this recipe, I used olive oil instead of butter but you can easily melt 3 Tablespoons of butter and use that instead of olive oil if you want.

In my house we like to pair these with this Simple Parmesan Garlic Green Beans and this Cucumber Yogurt Salad. They are all easy recipes that you can whip up in no time. If you are menu planning these are a winner and a must try for those busy nights.

COOKING TIPS:

  • You get to control what goes in this, which is the best part! If your family likes some spice add some cayenne pepper. If your family hates spice leave it out all together and stick with salt, pepper and maybe a little garlic powder.
  • You can use regular breadcrumbs or panko breadcrumbs on these chicken tenders. Panko breadcrumbs will create a crunchier texture.
  • You can use these chicken tenders in a variety of meals. Try adding them to a salad, a rice bowl or chop it up and add it to taco.

HOW TO MAKE CHICKEN TENDERS?

You are going to love how easy it is to make these healthy, delicious chicken fingers!

PREPARE THE BREADING FOR THE TENDERS: In a shallow bowl combine the ingredients for the breading which includes panko breadcrumbs, parmesan cheese, garlic powder, thyme, parsley, paprika, salt and pepper. Stir it until it is well combined. Set this aside. You can feel free to adjust the spices to your liking.

DREDGE THE CHICKEN FINGERS IN OIL AND BREADCRUMBS: Next you will pour the olive oil in a separate shallow bowl. Dredge each chicken tender in the olive oil, making sure to coat both sides. Then take the chicken tender and dredge it in the breadcrumbs, making sure both sides are coated. Put the tenders on to a non-stick baking sheet once coated.

BAKE IN THE OVEN: The best part of these chicken tender is they are baked in the oven. You don&rsquot need to try chicken tenders to get a crispy, delicious tender that your family will love. I love that this version is healthier! Preheat your oven to 400 degrees F. Bake for 25 minutes, flipping the tenders once . Sprinkle with fresh parsley if you want and serve warm with ketchup or honey mustard dipping sauce.


Healthy Chicken Fingers

Today I am revamping one of the first recipes that I ever created for Healthy Chicken Fingers. That was a whole four years ago, guys &ndash hard to believe. Will was one year old when I started this blog. It feels like so long ago!

When I look back at my first posts, they are both inspiring because I realize how far I have come, and motivation to continue to grow and improve my photography and recipe development skills. Lets be honest my first photos are pretty bad..but are a good reminder to keep working hard.

I am the first to admit that I have a long ways to go, but considering I am self taught I feel proud of myself for getting this far. These Healthy Baked Chicken Fingers were a good reminder of why I started this blog in the first place.

I started this as a place to share healthy recipes that I was cooking for my family with my friends and family. If I can inspire even a few people to cook a little healthier and have fun in the kitchen, then I feel like my goal has been accomplished.

And so here we are with these simple Healthy Chicken Fingers. These are a kid and adult favorite. I mean who doesn&rsquot like chicken fingers, right? It&rsquos the perfect weeknight dinner when you just don&rsquot have time to make something fancy.

This recipe uses panko breadcrumbs, which I love because of their added crunch, but you can always use regular breadcrumbs. My recipes uses a variety of spices including thyme, parsley and paprika, but if your kids aren&rsquot into the spice you can modify to their tastes.

To lighten up this recipe, I used olive oil instead of butter but you can easily melt 3 Tablespoons of butter and use that instead of olive oil if you want.

In my house we like to pair these with this Simple Parmesan Garlic Green Beans and this Cucumber Yogurt Salad. They are all easy recipes that you can whip up in no time. If you are menu planning these are a winner and a must try for those busy nights.

COOKING TIPS:

  • You get to control what goes in this, which is the best part! If your family likes some spice add some cayenne pepper. If your family hates spice leave it out all together and stick with salt, pepper and maybe a little garlic powder.
  • You can use regular breadcrumbs or panko breadcrumbs on these chicken tenders. Panko breadcrumbs will create a crunchier texture.
  • You can use these chicken tenders in a variety of meals. Try adding them to a salad, a rice bowl or chop it up and add it to taco.

HOW TO MAKE CHICKEN TENDERS?

You are going to love how easy it is to make these healthy, delicious chicken fingers!

PREPARE THE BREADING FOR THE TENDERS: In a shallow bowl combine the ingredients for the breading which includes panko breadcrumbs, parmesan cheese, garlic powder, thyme, parsley, paprika, salt and pepper. Stir it until it is well combined. Set this aside. You can feel free to adjust the spices to your liking.

DREDGE THE CHICKEN FINGERS IN OIL AND BREADCRUMBS: Next you will pour the olive oil in a separate shallow bowl. Dredge each chicken tender in the olive oil, making sure to coat both sides. Then take the chicken tender and dredge it in the breadcrumbs, making sure both sides are coated. Put the tenders on to a non-stick baking sheet once coated.

BAKE IN THE OVEN: The best part of these chicken tender is they are baked in the oven. You don&rsquot need to try chicken tenders to get a crispy, delicious tender that your family will love. I love that this version is healthier! Preheat your oven to 400 degrees F. Bake for 25 minutes, flipping the tenders once . Sprinkle with fresh parsley if you want and serve warm with ketchup or honey mustard dipping sauce.


Healthy Chicken Fingers

Today I am revamping one of the first recipes that I ever created for Healthy Chicken Fingers. That was a whole four years ago, guys &ndash hard to believe. Will was one year old when I started this blog. It feels like so long ago!

When I look back at my first posts, they are both inspiring because I realize how far I have come, and motivation to continue to grow and improve my photography and recipe development skills. Lets be honest my first photos are pretty bad..but are a good reminder to keep working hard.

I am the first to admit that I have a long ways to go, but considering I am self taught I feel proud of myself for getting this far. These Healthy Baked Chicken Fingers were a good reminder of why I started this blog in the first place.

I started this as a place to share healthy recipes that I was cooking for my family with my friends and family. If I can inspire even a few people to cook a little healthier and have fun in the kitchen, then I feel like my goal has been accomplished.

And so here we are with these simple Healthy Chicken Fingers. These are a kid and adult favorite. I mean who doesn&rsquot like chicken fingers, right? It&rsquos the perfect weeknight dinner when you just don&rsquot have time to make something fancy.

This recipe uses panko breadcrumbs, which I love because of their added crunch, but you can always use regular breadcrumbs. My recipes uses a variety of spices including thyme, parsley and paprika, but if your kids aren&rsquot into the spice you can modify to their tastes.

To lighten up this recipe, I used olive oil instead of butter but you can easily melt 3 Tablespoons of butter and use that instead of olive oil if you want.

In my house we like to pair these with this Simple Parmesan Garlic Green Beans and this Cucumber Yogurt Salad. They are all easy recipes that you can whip up in no time. If you are menu planning these are a winner and a must try for those busy nights.

COOKING TIPS:

  • You get to control what goes in this, which is the best part! If your family likes some spice add some cayenne pepper. If your family hates spice leave it out all together and stick with salt, pepper and maybe a little garlic powder.
  • You can use regular breadcrumbs or panko breadcrumbs on these chicken tenders. Panko breadcrumbs will create a crunchier texture.
  • You can use these chicken tenders in a variety of meals. Try adding them to a salad, a rice bowl or chop it up and add it to taco.

HOW TO MAKE CHICKEN TENDERS?

You are going to love how easy it is to make these healthy, delicious chicken fingers!

PREPARE THE BREADING FOR THE TENDERS: In a shallow bowl combine the ingredients for the breading which includes panko breadcrumbs, parmesan cheese, garlic powder, thyme, parsley, paprika, salt and pepper. Stir it until it is well combined. Set this aside. You can feel free to adjust the spices to your liking.

DREDGE THE CHICKEN FINGERS IN OIL AND BREADCRUMBS: Next you will pour the olive oil in a separate shallow bowl. Dredge each chicken tender in the olive oil, making sure to coat both sides. Then take the chicken tender and dredge it in the breadcrumbs, making sure both sides are coated. Put the tenders on to a non-stick baking sheet once coated.

BAKE IN THE OVEN: The best part of these chicken tender is they are baked in the oven. You don&rsquot need to try chicken tenders to get a crispy, delicious tender that your family will love. I love that this version is healthier! Preheat your oven to 400 degrees F. Bake for 25 minutes, flipping the tenders once . Sprinkle with fresh parsley if you want and serve warm with ketchup or honey mustard dipping sauce.


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