Buffalo Chicken Bites

25 January 2013

I want to share a new recipe that I tried last night. If you have children then you would omit the hot sauce from the recipe. I like spicy foods so that made it taste even better!

BUFFALO CHICKEN BITES
Boil Chicken and after it cools then shred it by hand.
Add hot sauce of your choice to the chicken and season to taste.
Make small balls with Chicken
Dip the Chicken ball into the flour
Dip the Chicken ball into the eggs
Dip the Chicken ball into the Corn Flakes
Place on baking sheet and bake on 300 for 20 minutes
When finished served with ranch dressing

My husband and I both loved these chicken bites. They were crunchy on the outside and yummy in the inside. We ate them with fries.

I found this recipe on Notions From Nonny. I changed a few things about it. I'm lactose intollerant so I didnt use the cream cheese that was in the original recipe. I also left out the green onions because she said her family wasn't a fan of the onions and we aren't onion people either.

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22 comments:

  1. Holy Cow! The right way to spell Nonny. I've been spelling it NaNee all this time because the kids are supposed to call me NaNa (Italian for Gramma), but grandson came out with Nonny! Woo Hoo Anyway, where were we oh your recipe. Looks yummy and I bet the kids will love it when they stay over. Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend. I hail from Flashback Friday.

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    1. lol. I think all of us spell it different

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  2. Oh yum!! I will have to try these.

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    1. I hope you like them as much as we did

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  3. this looks too good :) easy to make too. hope they hit the spot for you!

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    1. We loved them.My husband loves chicken and he loves ranch so it was the perfect combo for him.

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  4. I just put this in my Favorites. My husband loves, loves, loves buffalo chicken anything. I always forget to look up a recipe.
    Thank you for linking up to the Thumping Thursdays Blog Hop. It's always good to see you back.

    Karina
    http://momintheusa.blogspot.com

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  5. This looks really good. Unfortunately, my husband is allergic to chicken and my daughter is trying to cut out carbs... on second thought, maybe that isn't such a bad thing because there would be more for me. :)

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2013/01/music-rhythm-and-rap.html

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  7. These sound and look good. I will have to try them. Following you from Follow Who? Hop.

    Stacee @ www.dinkylee.com

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  8. These look yum!! I think I'll try these for dinner later :D

    New follower from the blog hop!
    jinjersnap.blogspot.com

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    1. I hope you enjoyed them. I decided to make them because i literally had all the ingredients in my house already.

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  9. This looks yummy! I'm always trying to come up with new chicken recipes. Saving it to try soon.

    Thank you for linking up again with the GtKY hop =)

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    1. Thanks for stopping by and those chicken bites were good. Next time I will make them smaller. So they can be popcorn chicken. lol

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  10. Yum! Those look delicious! My husband woulds eat them up. I will have to try them. Thanks for linking up!

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  11. :-) I'm glad you liked them!! And they are so easy!! win, win!
    Nonny

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    1. Thanks for posting the recipe Nonny. I have made them twice now!

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