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Sometimes getting my children to eat anything can be such a chore! I am constantly looking for unique recipes to make their dinner fun and interesting and still be somewhat healthy. One of the best ways to get them excited about eating dinner is to get their help making it.
Ziploc® brand bags with Easy Open Tabs make this easy! Below is my recipe for Cheddar Bunny Chicken! I hope your little ones enjoy it as much as mine do! The Ziploc® brand bags with Easy Open Tabs make it super easy for them to help coat the chicken, and they will have a blast doing it.
The Ziploc® brand Snack bags with Easy Open Tabs are my favorite. The tabs make them easy to grip and open, so they are great for kids!
We grabbed ours from our local Kroger. They were in the aisle with all the paper goods. And they are on sale for $3.99 until August 16.
First, have your child put some cheddar bunnies into a Ziploc® brand bags with Easy Open Tabs. The easy open tabs mean that even your youngest can easily open the bag.
Now is the fun part! They need to break up those bunnies any way they can. Batman is great at stomping on cheddar bunnies.
Little hands work, too!
Now cut up some chicken breasts, beat an egg in a shallow dish and dredge the chicken in it before you throw them into the Ziploc® brand bags with Easy Open Tabs and shake! The eggs will help the crushed cheddar bunnies stick, but it works fine with milk as well if you have any egg allergies in the family.
Also, I always use the non-stick aluminum foil when baking. It makes it so much easier to clean up!
Bake at 450 degrees for about 10 minutes until the chicken is cooked through.
Here I just added some cilantro rice that Eric and I were eating with our catfish tacos, fresh blueberries and raspberries. Oh and a bit of ketchup, cause you know it’s a vegetable, right?
Doesn’t the styled plate look lovely?
This is a more accurate picture of what dinner time at our house looks like. Plastic cups and chaos!
What tips do you have for cooking with the kids?