Three cheers for Bell & Evans’ satisfying, delicious, and healthy chicken nuggets! Hip, hip hooray!
When I decided to make our home gluten-free, this is one food I thought we’d never serve again. We’d tried a few different brands of chicken nuggets, and they were all spit-it-out-in-the-trash disgusting. I mourned the loss for my boys, especially my four-year-old, who shed big, fat crocodile tears on our first gluten-free outing to McDonald’s. How can you have a proper childhood without chicken nuggets?!
Bell & Evans to the rescue! The light breading of rice and corn flour crisps and turns a perfect golden hue when baked. And get this…do you know what you see when you bite into a Bell & Evans chicken nugget? CHICKEN!! Wonder of wonders! These nuggets are made with real, tender, juicy, chunky pieces of white breast meat. You don’t have to squint or hold it mere inches from your eyeball to find the traces of rib meat wedged between nutritionless batter. If I make these nuggets for my kids’ lunch more than once a week, I don’t feel the slightest trace of guilt. Bell & Evans chicken nuggets are made with all natural ingredients (no chemical additives or preservatives), and one serving has significantly less fat and more protein than the typical gluten-containing variety.
In fact, when I first made them, I thought, There is no way my kids are going to eat these. They’re too healthy! Surprise! My boys gobbled them up and asked for more. They are gluten-freelicious. My husband and I agree; Bell & Evans chicken nuggets make a tasty lunch at any age.
Because they are made with whole pieces of uncooked chicken, the nuggets take 25-30 minutes to cook, so plan ahead. They are not exactly a “fast” food.
Can I get a WHOOP WHOOP?!