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April 20, 2018

The following is the next installment in my guest blogger series: a low-maintenance, nut-free recipe by Sarah Simkin from My Mindful Table. They are even AIP-friendly if you tolerate or have successfully reintroduced eggs!

This is a recipe I created to make a life a bit easier with a toddler, and could also feed my husband, since he has a nut allergy. I typically make my chicken tenders with almond meal but when I experimented with plantain chips, it was a game changer. Way less oil splashing, easier clean up and such an amazing crunch. I call it my crouton and chicken in one! I love it on top of a salad, my daughter loves it chopped up into little pieces, and my husband loves it cold right out of the fridge.

I hope you enjoy it and brings a yummy meal to you on the go, at home or at work! Without the stress of cooking, of course. 

Ingredients:

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