By WI Cheesehead on January 05, 2007
Photo by *Parsley*
Photo by *Parsley*
"I think I got this from Family Fun. A great kid friendly meal. I made this with a cooking class of kids grades 4 and up and they ALL loved it. The sauce is great with other stuff too. Finger friendly too! The fat grams will be less than stated, because you won't use all of the dip."
Serving Size: 1 (144 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"This was so easy to make and good too!! Made for PAC Spring 2008 and DH was glad I did. We prefer honey mustard over BBQ sauce or dressings for chicken dippin' and this does not disappoint. Brushung the sauce on rather than dipping it is a good idea so there was not too much sauce and the chips stayed crispy. Will definately make again, it took no time and was delish!!"
"I used boneless skinless chicken thighs. Subbed in hot-sweet mustard for the Dijon. This is a good fun snack while watching the game. The hot-sweet made a difference and added some zing."
"Fam loved it - thanks for a great recipe!"
"Great recipe. I used panko bread crumbs because I am allergic to potatoes but other than that followed the recipe as written. We will definately eat this again."
"I used fat free lays and lowfat mayo."
"These were a big hit! The chicken was tender and juicy and the dipping sauce was wonderful. This is a great kid-pleaser. Not only because of how yummy they are, but it'sa fun recipe for kids to help make! If your child has a peanut allergy, you could leave the pb out of the sauce and you'll still have a delicious honey mustard sauce. Thanx for sharing this recipe. I will make this again and try this with BBQ flavored potato chips. I think that will be really good!"
"What a neat way to make chicken fingers healthier. The peanut butter adds a great kick to this recipe. I did not use as much honey and mayo, and upped the amount of mustard and peanut butter. I used leftover chips from the other nights party. Great recipe, a def. make again."