Gluten Free Parmesan Crusted Chicken Tenders make the whole family happy. A kid-friendly dinner that adults will love.
I would love to say that my kids eat what my husband and I eat, but that is rarely ever true. I know, sad, right?
My daughter will eat just about anything we eat, which is a welcome surprise because my son is entirely the opposite. He is extremely picky with the foods that he will eat and has maybe a dozen that I know he will eat.
I have tried many things to get him to eat all the different foods that we eat; however, it is just not worth the fight. I can easily make his dinner using the foods I know he will eat and not have to dread dinnertime. I know some would frown upon this, but he is to the point he will literally gag himself if he has to touch a food he does not want to eat. For me…it’s a battle not worth fighting.
I know even as an adult, there are some foods I really do not like and would hate to be forced to eat them.
I say this because when I do make our dinners, I try to incorporate a few meals during the week that I know he would gladly eat. Quite often we make my gluten free chicken nuggets (they happen to taste just like Chick-fil-a's!). But sometimes you need to feel a little more grown up, a little more like your food requires a knife and fork, not fingers - and that's when I make gluten free chicken tenders. So far, that seems to be a kid favorite in this household.
When I make chicken tenders, I like to try different variations to try to expand my son’s taste and give him a little bit of variety in some form.
I’m not sure what it is about kids and dipping sauce, but if dipping sauce is involved they come running!
For dinner this week, enjoy a kid-friendly meal that your whole family will love with these easy chicken tenders.
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