When many people contemplate the switch to a real food diet, the worry that they’re going to miss they’re favorite not-so-healthy meals. Cravings may kick in, and they might be afraid of what they’ll miss out on. That’s why we’re big fans of recreating some favorite recipes to make them healthy and make them with real food. We’ve always loved chicken pot pie, fudge brownies, pizza rolls, and sweet and sour chicken; and now, with a few simple changes, we are able to enjoy them frequently without worrying about what secret harmful ingredients might be lurking.
I’ll shamefully admit that, when I was younger, I was a huge fan of chicken nuggets. McDonald’s chicken nuggets, to be precise. I know, it was so terrible. But I loved them. They were a quick and easy meal that filled me up. Now, knowing what I know about the non-ingredients contained in those chicken nuggets, I am repulsed. But kids today still love chicken nuggets. In an effort, then, to provide the convenience and protein of chicken nuggets without the gross additives, this recipe will be a winner for you and your kiddos! These easy and healthy chicken nuggets are made with real food ingredients and are friend in coconut oil for an added health boost! If you or your little ones fancy chicken nuggets, then this is definitely the way to go! You can even freeze them and reheat later to gain the same convenience and simplicity. These would be delicious dipped in homemade honey mustard or ranch dressing!
“Does your child crave those unhealthy, frozen chicken nuggets from the freezer aisle? Replace them with this healthy, gluten-free version from The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook!”