Baked Creole Chicken Tenders

Baked Creole Chicken Tenders @EclecticEveryday

We always go on a ski trip every year. Nothing fancy, just to North Carolina or West Virginia. We have fun in the slush and snow. Because of the weather this year we postponed our trip until the third week of January which is historically usually the guaranteed best time to go.

I told my husband then I bet we’ll have a crazy snow storm in the middle of March and we should just wait to go at Spring Break. He’s known me long enough to know I was probably right, but as crazy as it sounded, he opted to go in January. But now as this crazy winter storm passes through, I wish we had went with my gut, but oh well, we were sick this week anyway. Funny how things just always kind work out.

Baked Creole Chicken Tenders @EclecticEveryday

Because we’ve all been feeling sick, we have been doing as little around the house as possible. If there was such a thing as five minute meal recipes for dinner, I’d be doing those this week. It’s been challenging with everyone sick to say the least.

So I’ve been making 5 ingredient or less meals with little to no prep. One of my favorite things I made this week were this simple baked chicken strips. These are just three ingredients and the whole family is guaranteed to love them.

To start I combined chicken tenderloins with Kitchen Crafted Sprd Creole Kicker® Mayo Spread. It’s a delicious new spread that’s full of flavor. You can not only use it in sandwiches and salads, but also in simple recipes like this.

Baked Creole Chicken Tenders @EclecticEveryday

It also comes in a Marinara Mia® Spread that’s sure to please too!

Baked Creole Chicken Tenders @EclecticEveryday

After I slathered my chicken tenders in the Creole Kicker Mayo Spread, I coated them in Panko Bread crumbs and then placed on a cookie sheet.

Baked Creole Chicken Tenders @EclecticEveryday

Then I topped with breadcrumbs and baked until done.

It’s so easy! Just serve with a simple salad or a few veggies the kids will like such as sugar snap peas and carrots. It’s too easy! You’ll have no excuse anymore not to cook when you’re feeling under the weather.

Baked Creole Chicken Tenders @EclecticEveryday

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Baked Creole Chicken Tenders @EclecticEveryday

Baked Creole Chicken Tenders @EclecticEveryday

Baked Creole Chicken Tenders

Yield: 4 servings, 3 tenders per person

Ingredients:

12 chicken tenderloins

1/4 cup Kitchen Crafted Sprd Creole Kicker® Mayo Spread

2 cups Panko bread crumbs

Directions:

Heat oven to 425°. Toss chicken tenderloins in Creole Kicker®. Coat tenderloins in Panko breadcrumbs.

Bake tenderloins for 14- 16 minutes, or until golden brown and internal temperature has reached 165°.

This post sponsored by Kitchen Crafted®. All thoughts and opinions 100% mine.

 

One Response to “Baked Creole Chicken Tenders”

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    Paula - bell'alimento — March 28, 2017 @ 11:51 am

    Wish I had these for lunch today! Looks so tasty.

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