Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Honey Nut Chicken

This chicken is so sweet and tender. When my kids found out there was honey nut cheerios in it, they were so excited!




Yummy!
Go to Beauty and Bedlam for more recipes. I'm getting some great new ones every week over there!:)
Happy Tuesday,
Chrissie

11 comments:

darnold23 said...

You have the cutest blog! Thanks for sharing this. I hope you will visit diningwithdebbie.blogspot.com and check out Crock Pot Wednesday starting this week. There are some really great giveaways.

Astrid said...

Yum yum yum!

We're eating so many veggies here...that I feel I need to add some meat to our diet! Perhaps I'll make something like your chicken (don't have the Cheerios so I'll have to figure out a substitute). :)

Lucy Marie said...

Yum! That looks great. I posted a cheerio chicken recipe a while back but I didn't use honey nut. I can imagine those would be so tasty!

Jill said...

YUMMY!!! We are going to have to try this!!
Thanks for sharing!
Oh! and I loved your make-over table yesterday!! :)
Blessings!
Jill

heartnsoulcooking said...

Never thought of using cereal as a coating on chicken. I 'll need to try it sometime soon. THANKS!!! Geri

Jes said...

oh, yummy!
thanks for sharing...gonna have to try this for sure! :)

The Un-Organized Mom said...

I recently used Sugar Pops and Corn Flakes with a touch of honey. I put them in the food processor and crunched them up really good. Then used the same process you did. They were really good! The kids loved the Sugar Pops (of course) I preferred the Corn Flakes! I told them next I was using Cocoa Pebbles...NOT REALLY!

Chris said...

My kids are SO picky, but I think they just might love this! I'm going to try it! Thank you!

Martha Lever said...

Yes, I think I am ready to start a quilt!

Beth Anderson said...

chicken and honey nut cheerios - what's not to like?!

Gina said...

We tried this tonight, and it was a huge hit! Thank you so much for the great recipe. We really like how it starts out sweet with your first bite, then the pepper and other spices follow. Great dinner!