Baked Corn Flake Chicken

I can’t even tell you how excited my kids were at the deliciousness of this meal! I’m always wanting kid-friendly and quick meals, and this fits into both categories. After my 13 year old (growing, eating me out of house and home) son took a bite of one piece of chicken, he hoarded 5 more pieces onto his plate to ensure he’d get enough.  With how active they are with sports and school and everything, I want to make sure they are eating right. Especially on game days, they need a good, hearty meal after exercising.   Baked Corn Flake Chicken I think I’ve shared before that my husband has been the soccer coach to both of my boys (on the same team). In spring and fall, our Thursday nights are about scarfing a meal, and they run out the door. My girl and I like to cheer all 3 of them on each week on game day, with a family, too. Sports and eating good protein go hand in hand, and this meal has just that. You can use chicken tenders, but I used chicken breasts and cut them into smaller strips. I used 4 large breasts to feed my family of 6. I looked all over online for a recipe using Kellogg’s Corn Flakes and chicken, and found this Crispy Corn Flake Chicken and then this Corn Flakes Tender Strips and used bits of both.  Here is how I ended up making my Baked Corn Flake Chicken.

Baked Corn Flake Chicken
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Recipe type: main dish
Cuisine: american
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Serves: 6+
 
A hearty dinner your kids will love!
Ingredients
  • 4-5 large chicken breasts, sliced to pieces
  • 4-5 large chicken breasts, sliced to pieces
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350
  2. Mix garlic, salt, and pepper in a bag/bowl with uncooked chicken and toss.
  3. Let sit for 10 minutes or more as marinade.
  4. In another bag/bowl, crush Kellogg's corn flakes.
  5. In a shallow bowl mix flour, salt, & pepper.
  6. In another shallow bowl add buttermilk.
  7. Dunk the chicken in flour and then in buttermilk.
  8. Place the chicken in the bag and coat well.
  9. Bake 30-40 minutes until chicken is cooked through.
  10. Dip with honey mustard or ketchup if desired.

Here is my chicken after it is all cooked: baked chicken with corn flakes It was a big hit! Have you seen my other posts with Kellogg’s cereals? Check out the Sprinkled Corn Flakes Marshmallow Treat.  This is the 4th of 5 tips I’ll be sharing as a part of a Kellogg’s campaign. Check out more helpful tips from Team Kellogg’s at Kelloggs.com/GreatStartsTips  Disclaimer: Compensation was provided by Kellogg’s via Glam Media. The opinions expressed are 100% mine, and not the opinions or positions of Kellogg’s. Kellogg’s® believes that From Great Starts Come Great Things®. So we’re helping Moms start every day with a tip from the top athletes of Team Kellogg’s™and Team USA dietitians. The thirty days leading up to the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games will each feature fun pieces of advice to help families fuel just like the athletes of Team Kellogg’s. To see all 30 tips, visit Kelloggs.com/GreatStartsTips. Kellogs_Author_Logo

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  1. This looks sooooooooo good! Pinning for later!

  2. Looks yummy- but it looks like your recipe needs to be fixed. The only ingredients showing up are 4-5 chicken breasts and 4-5 chicken breast. (Unless it’s something wrong with my computer, and if so, I apologize. :)

  3. Yum! We do something similar, but we crush them up and add a little cheese to the mix!
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  4. can you repost ingredients and measurements? Thanks

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