These easy baked Keto Coconut Flour Chicken Tenders are crispy and need just a few ingredients! Crispy chicken strips are everyone’s favorite. Keto Coconut Flour Chicken Tenders – You must try this recipe.
This simple coconut chicken recipe is crispy, full of flavor, and easy to make. Did I mention delicious, too? Now you can enjoy healthy baked chicken tenders at home any time you want!
In fact, once you taste them and see how easy they are to make, I bet this paleo coconut chicken recipe becomes a recurring meal in your menu rotation.
This is actually the second recipe I tried. The first one dipped the chicken tenderloins in beaten eggs before coating in the coconut flour mixture, but that batch was very dry
To get the chicken moist without frying, I knew that some oil was needed. So, in my second attempt at baked coconut flour chicken tenders coated the chicken in olive oil rather than eggs.
What was the result using oil? A juicy chicken underneath a crisp gluten free coconut flour based coating. And the best part? My picky daughter ate three of the tenders without complaining.
If you like this, you can try similar recipes:
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Let us know if you liked this recipe. Try the other keto / low-carb recipes as well!
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