Recipe by Stacey
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boneless, skinless chicken breast halves
This chicken was very good and so easy. I did crush the cornflakes before coating the chicken. I flipped the chicken halfway through baking and it did not get soggy at all. It was excellent with some melted swiss and sauteed mushrooms on top!
THE FIRST TIME I MADE THIS, IT WAS TOO SWEET AND SOGGY. I MADE IT A SECOND TIME AND ADDED GARLIC POWDER AND GROUND CUMMIN TO THE HONEY MIXTURE AND CRUSHED ABOUT HALF THE CORNFLAKES. iT WAS MUCH BETTER THE SECOND TIME AROUND.
I would give it 3 stars, but hubby gave it one, so I averaged it a 2. The chicken was moist and tender, but it was too sweet. The flavors did not seem to blend well and the honey was overwhelming. Even my 6 year old with the sweet tooth thought it was "yucky." And the crust was a tad soggy. I'm not sure that reducing the honey would really improve it either. I will not be fixing it again.
This recipe was really good. My 4 year old ate this and didn't complain once! However, next time I think I will crush the cornflakes instead of leaving them whole. Also, not recommened for left overs, cornflakes get soggy!
I read the reviews but had to try it anyway. Very dissapointing. Soggy and flavorless-sorry
This was just okay. I don't think I would make it again. It really was too sweet. I think I like the original Kelloggs version with no honey, just milk. I did add extra flavor by adding garlic and onion powder. It was very crispy. I did crush the corn flakes before dipping the chicken in them.
I liked the taste of the honey sauce, but the corn flakes didn't stick to the chicken at all. I think crushing the corn flakes up really well might make them stick and make the bottom of the chicken less soggy.
Wonderful! Loved the honey mixture and I'm not even a honey fan (it's just a hint of flavor) Only change - I used crushed (as per other reviews) Special K flakes instead of corn flakes. Will definitely make again!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Honey Flaked Chicken
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 19
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