15 Reviews

I served these last night and they were a huge hit! I have already added the recipe to my cookbook software in "Our Family Favorites" cookbook. The only changes I made were to omit the melted butter and I brined the chicken tenders with 1/8 c. of kosher salt and water for a few hours prior to baking. I usually always brine poultry because it makes such a huge difference in flavor and the meat is always so moist and tender, never dry and tough. I served these with some BBQ and Buffalo dipping sauces. I also broke out the deep fryer and made some homemade french fries. Fabulous! I will definitely make some to put in the freezer for quickie meals. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

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PSASSY December 30, 2012

Kids and hubby love this one!

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Heather815 March 30, 2011

This was just okay to me. I think it was very bland. I used a full teaspoon of garlic powder, paprika and added about 3/4 tbsp of black pepper. There was also way too much of the bisquick/cheese mix- if I made again, I would use 1/2- 3/4 of whats stated. Mine took 6 minutes per side and were tender. Thanks

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Island Girl 525 February 23, 2010

Loved this! Quick and easy, tasty too. The boys gobbled it down! I made two seperate batches, one for me and DH with some cayenne and white pepper in the bisquick mix,a nd one plain. For the bisquick I used some leftover Bisquick Clone Bisquick Clone that I had stashed int he freezer. Perfect! Served with green beans and mashed potatoes. Thanks for posting!

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eknecht December 17, 2009

Wow, are these yum, yum, yum. The bisquick is the perfect breading for these fingers. The only deviance I made was to use spray butter instead melting butter and drizzling. A new keeper!!! Made for HolidayTag.

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CoffeeB November 16, 2009

CGM - Oh my goodness - what a perfect meal! These are not your ordinary chicken finger. The flavor that comes thru using the Bisquick and Parmesan cheese is fantastic. I did not have tenderloins so I took boneless breasts and cut them into thick strips and then used Heart Healthy Low Fat Bisquick Mix and doubled this recipe! Outstanding and a huge hit with the family! Tagged in Potluck Tag.

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HokiesMom October 28, 2009

Super easy and very tasty! I made these for OAMC, froze, then and heated them up on an evening when I didn’t feel like cooking. I skipped the step of drizzing butter on them, but we didn’t miss it at all. I had no problems with them sticking to the foil, since I used plenty of cooking spray. DH loved these, so I will be stocking up on chicken tenders to make a bunch more for the freezer. Thanks!

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Rottmom July 06, 2009

A staple for me! I warm up a small bowl of buffalo sauce to dip these in.

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Laurelbelle February 04, 2009

Made for freezer tag March 2008: Great healthy chicken strip recipe. My daughter and I both really enjoyed them and find these are a great option for nights when it isn't worth making a full dinner. The only change I made was instead of drizzling with butter I sprayed with butter Pam. To freeze: Coat chicken in mixture. Lay flat on a baking sheet and freeze until firm. To serve: from frozen, bake at 350 15-20 minutes per side. Weight Watchers: using reduced fat baking mix 6 pts.

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Erindipity April 22, 2008

WOW these were good! I had about 1/4 cup of shredded parmesan, so I used that and 1/4 cup of the grated kind. It worked out great! They were so easy to make. I will definately make again!

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#1ArmyWife January 18, 2008
Ultimate Chicken Fingers