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Cheesy Cracker Ranch Chicken

This is a great change of pace for baked "fried" chicken.  I am sorry that there really is not a recipe just ingredients.  It is easy and good. 

Cheesy Cracker Ranch Chicken
chicken breasts or tenders
cheese cracker (Cheezits or Nibs)
prepared Ranch dressing

Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Crush crackers and place in a bowl
Pour some ranch in a separate bowl
Roll the chicken in the ranch and then the crackers. *Do not over coat with the ranch.*
Place on a greased cookie sheet.
Continue unil you have the amount of chicken you want.

Spray tops of covered chicken with a small amount of cooking spray.
Bake for 20 -30 minutes (depending on the size of your chicken pieces) Until the chicken is done.

I used White Cheddar flavored Cheezits this time because they are my family's favorite.  It was good but the regular cheddar flavor is much more flavorful.
The only problem was the coating did not stay crisp after the leftovers were refrigerated.  That did not stop anyone. They gobbled them the next day.


  1. Wowza. Those look so tasty. I always have ranch and goldfish laying around... and occasionally some chicken... Might have to make these on purpose like that soup you posted last... Maybe as a whole dinner together, ooo. Thanks for the idea!

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  2. Only one comment for this recipe so far??!.. Well THAT'S not right! I just tried this one out, using the CheddarJack flavored Cheezits, and it came out DELICIOUS! Dear Son loved it too; so for a quick, easy, and most importantly YUMMY recipe, THIS one's a keeper for MY recipe file!!! Thanks Tiffanee!! ~tina


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