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Molly Bury 5 months ago
Delish flavors and easy prep
Jolesz 7 months ago
My kids ate it up. Simple and quick to make.
Leah Biango 7 months ago
Mine turned out great! I used garlic powder, onion powder and paprika instead of the spices suggested. Not sure what people expect from almond flour- mine were crispier than I expected
B K. a year ago
Horrible recipe, nothing like the picture, not crispy at all, just mushy breading.
Foodie a year ago
Didn’t get brown or crispy as shown in the photos. Disappointing.
CleverSousChef a year ago
nice and so delicious and tasty
Desiree M. a year ago
I loved it, had to make 4 times the batter for 4 breasts. Kids ok’d it, but not a fave. I will use less paprika next time, but the picky hubs gave it a 2 thumbs up, so it’s a win.
Sofia a year ago
The batter is super tasty. Not sure if my oven sucks but they did not turn out as crispy as the pictures. I’ll try a higher temperature next time.
Mia Eisenhandler a year ago
Amazing!!! Needed to double the breading recipe though to have enough for 1lb chicken
Miles a year ago
Did not turn out good at all
MJ 2 years ago
Made this several times. Turns out great every time!
Efrosyni K. 2 years ago
Delicious, I didn't use all the spices bc I didn't have them on hand. But it still worked. I'm sure with the spices it'd be even better
rachel l. 2 years ago
Loved these babies. I tweaked em a bit and used smoked paprika, white pepper, garam masala and a touch of turmeric. Could have eaten thousands. Will dream of them this evening
Ben 2 years ago
Very good modified the paprika kids loved
shayla 2 years ago
I had almond paste not the flour which I got the two confused when I bought it.. so I looked up the difference and made it work with some gluten free pizza dough and it turned out awesome!
Kat 2 years ago
Mary 3 years ago
My kids love this recipe and enjoy helping better than the processed chicken strips and great to take to college as part of a salad
Gnora Gumanow 3 years ago
Fantastic! My partner even said they taste better than the normal chicken fingers. I've made them twice now and would only lower the salt content.
Bailey Barrow 3 years ago
Delicious! Definitely worth it, although if I could change anything, I would find a way to lower the calories. The almond flour is delicious, but it's so high in calories! I wonder if there is a low carb flour that is lower in calories?
Carol Sandoval 3 years ago
great flavor!... I was amazed... didn't even feel healthy! yum! Super easy to make and you'll want to make more!
marni m. 3 years ago
The Paleo Chicken Fingers turned out great! A little salty., really tasty. Used pecans instead of almonds. The pecans were very moist. Will try almonds next time.
Danielle S. 3 years ago
Moist! Delicious! Fast! Absolutely one of the most amazing paleo dishes I've had that my family also thoroughly enjoyed!
Melissa H. 4 years ago
Awesome, I love them! They are easy to make and taste great. They are great to eat with veggies, pickles, salad, etc. they also do great for left over's or multiple meals.
Kara Savoian 4 years ago
I loved these so much! I have been using almond meal for chicken tenders for years but the seasoning and egg took this to another level for me. Love love! Toddler loved it too!
Jane O. 4 years ago
These turned out great. I needed more almond flour than the recipie said but perhaps I didn't use it correctly. Super healthy tasty alternative to shop bought chicken fingers. Ideal when following a gluten and dairy free diet.