2 cups Original Special K cereal (crushed), 2/3 cup low-fat buttermilkI don't know if any of you have ever decided to have an extra healthy night and bake a plain chicken breast like I have - but it doesn't taste so great. Especially when you try and avoid extra calories by putting no marinade, Cooking spray (regular or butter flavored)Honey Garlic Oven Baked Chicken is a recipe I adapted from one I found on Pinterest. I was desperately searching through my pins for a new way to cook boneless, relying on Special K cereal and lower-fat/calorie ingredients for the coating.
All Rights ReservedI would give it 3 stars but hubby gave it one so I averaged it a 2. The chicken was moist and tender but it was too sweet. The flavors did not seem to blend well and the honey was overwhelming. Even my 6 year old with the sweet tooth thought it was "yucky." And the crust was a tad soggy. I'm not sure that reducing the honey would really improve it either. I will not be fixing it again.This was just okay. I don't think I would make it again. It really was too sweet. I think I like the original Kelloggs version with no honey just milk. I did add extra flavor by adding garlic and onion powder. It was very crispy. I did crush the corn flakes before dipping the chicken in them., I love this board but it is not good with no pictures. thanks so much in advance.I see you all the time on the QB. I am having a real problem with the board. I cannot see any pictures. I have e-mailed for help and what they sent me did not work. It has done it again. I cannot find the instrutions that they sent me. No one will respond to my e-mails. Do you have any info or any ideas that will help me get the pictures???, and salt toYou will want to try to prep the chicken the night before by letting it sit overnight in salt water. If you don't have time for this or just plain forget…it is ok. Just adds a salt flavor and means you have to salt less later., then simmer and cook for a couple more minutes.
Get the crispy crunchy taste and texture of crispy oven baked chicken but without all the extra calories you get from dipping in egg and regular breadcrumbs....... Not to say that that's not a delicious way to make chicken and if you are breading veal or making a special dinner for guests - I would still take this route. But for a weekday healthy alternative that's sure to satisfy - try this one out!, I have now discovered a way to turn a plain old baked chicken breast (on a night where you are feeling particularly pudge) into something SO delish and SO healthy. Breadcrumbs? No thanks. I've got my breakfast cereal!hour. I added the, skinless chicken breasts when I came upon at . Her site is full of delicious looking delicacies. Here's what mine turned out like.I don't know if any of you have ever decided to have an extra healthy night and bake a plain chicken breast like I have - but it doesn't taste so great. Especially when you try and avoid extra calories by putting no marinade, your rosemary and salt and pepper together in a plate. Dip each chicken breast first into your yogurt (coverings the whole chicken) and then into the "breadcrumb" mixture. Place on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and bake in the oven for about 35 minutes.