Boneless Baked Chicken Tenders

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Texas Pete for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Today on COM I am sharing this yummy recipe my husband and I made. Boneless Bakes Chicken Tenders with a Fiery Sweet Sauce via Texas Pete YUM! 
I honestly never heard of Texas Pete until this review campaign came about, and I am glad I now know about them. So good.

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Recipe for these Boneless Baked Chicken Tenders:

4-5 un-thawed boneless chicken breasts cut into pieces

2 cups of bread crumbs

1 tbsp of garlic salt

1 tbsp onion powder

salt and pepper

-4 eggs whisked together with a 1/2 cup of water in a bowl.

Take your sliced chicken pieces and one by one dip them into your egg mix then into the bread crumbs, and onto a lined sprayed cookie sheet. Do this until your cookie sheet is filled up. Then drizzle your Texas Pete fiery sweet sauce over the tops of the chicken tenders. 

Bake at 400 for 20 minutes  and enjoy!

You to can create your own unique recipes featuring Texas Pete Sauce(s) and share them on your Social Networks with the hashtag #TexasPete

You can also find a ton of delicious Texas Pete Hot Sauce recipes recipes Here

Best part Texas Pete will be donating $1 to Feeding America (up to a $5,000 total donation!) for every social share of each post throughout the campaign. 

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  1. These look delicious!

  2.' Linda Chidster says:

    Would Love to Win the Giveaway! <3

  3. So these are frozen?

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