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September 11, 2008

Healthy Recipes: Crispy Chicken Nuggets

Kids love chicken nuggets (and many adults will confess that they do, too), so we're sure that today's healthy recipe will be a hit. Crunchy and tasty, and baked in the oven, these crispy chicken nuggets are a welcome part of a healthy eating dinner. Yum! 

Makes 4 Servings    

12 ounces skinless and boneless chicken breasts    
1 egg, slightly beaten    
1 tablespoon honey   
1 teaspoon prepared mustard   
2 cups cornflakes, crushed   
1 teaspoon ground black pepper

1. Preheat oven to 450º.
2. Cut chicken into 1 inch chunks.
3. In a small bowl, using a fork, combine egg, honey and mustard.
4. In a medium sized bowl, add the crushed cornflakes and toss with the pepper.
5. Dip chicken pieces in egg mixture then roll in cornflakes until covered.
6. Place chicken on an ungreased baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes or until cooked through and no longer pink in the center.   

Serve with your favorite lowfat dipping sauce with a healthy salad (optional)

Posted by Laura on September 11, 2008 | Permalink



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Much better than Chicken McNuggets! :)

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Posted by: noel | Sep 25, 2008 5:44:05 AM

A free resource to help you make healthy food and lifestyle choices for you and your family.

You'll find topics that will help improve your overall health and sense of well-being related to weight loss, relationships, diet, exercises, nutrition, vitamins, prevention, and more.

The first goal of dieting is to stop further weight gain. The next goal is to establish realistic weight loss goals. While the ideal weight is a BMI of 20-25, this is difficult to achieve for many people. Thus success is higher when a goal is set to lose 10% to 15% of baseline weight as opposed to 20% to 30% or higher. It is also important to remember that any weight reduction in an obese person would result in health benefits

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