Healthier – Making baked chicken tenders in oven without oil mean they are a healthier option. Ultimate Finger Food – Serve with a variety of dipping sauces for dinner, snacks, lunch, at parties, and on game day. Kid-Approved – Kids love those restaurant and fast food chicken strips. Making them at home will save money and time.
Chicken – Look for chicken tenderloins, or you can cut breasts into chicken strips. Mayo Batter – A wet batter made with eggs, Dijon, mayonnaise, and water will help the breading stick and gives these baked chicken tenderloins great flavor. Flour – Use all-purpose flour.
Skip The Mustard – Although the Dijon mustard flavor isn’t overwhelming, you can omit. Gluten Free – Use gluten-free flour or cornstarch instead of the regular flour and look for a gluten free breadcrumb or use unsweetened crushed rice cereal or chopped nuts.
Buy Chicken In Bulk – Purchase chicken in bulk or on sale and store it in the freezer for later use. Cut Your Own Chicken Tenders – Instead of purchasing chicken tenderloins, cut your own chicken tenders using our handy tips found above.