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Super Bowl Inspired Pretzel Baked Chicken Tenders (Recipe)

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Ingredients

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2-3 lbs chicken tenders, boneless and skinless of course
1 cup Dijon mustard
1 tsp dried rosemary optional
to taste salt
to taste pepper
2 cups pretzels, crushed

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Super Bowl Inspired Pretzel Baked Chicken Tenders (Recipe)

Entertaining for the Super Bowl? Try this recipe for a touchdown.

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  • Serves 4
  • Easy

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Game day is coming, and while for you that might mean football and pulling out the jerseys, for me it means food and lots of it. Nothing goes better with the big game than some serious snacks, and these pretzel baked chicken tenders are perfect for your game day spread. The best part? These pretzel baked chicken tenders are crunchy without being fried. A healthier game day snack option? You bet it is. Take a look at how to make your own pretzel baked chicken tenders so you can get your game day snacking on.

You would be amazed at how well rosemary pairs with both mustard and chicken. I advise you to give it a try with this recipe and see how you like it. If you wish, you can omit the rosemary altogether. The choice is up to you.



Once done, remove the pretzel baked chicken tenders and allow them to cool. You can pair these tenders with a sauce of your choice, but a few suggestions are mustard, a honey mustard blend, or even hot sauce. They don’t have any heat to them, so choosing a spicy sauce might be ideal. Or if you prefer non spicy, even a mayo blend or ketchup works too.

These chicken tenders will be nice and crunchy, which is nice because the pretzel adds the crunch instead of frying grease. This makes them a healthier option if you still need to count calories on game day. You can pair them with other healthy grab and go snacks such as veggies and hummus, guacamole and baked chips, or even mixed nuts. They are an excellent snacking option even when you feel like you don’t have a ton of options.



Our pretzel baked chicken tenders are incredibly easy to make, require very few ingredients, and can be whipped up in a jiffy. Add them to your game day spread for a little extra crunch. Your guests are sure to enjoy them, you will just have to decide whether or not you want to share the recipe!


Now let’s start adding some crunch to our chicken tenders. Here is how you will prepare your pretzel baked chicken tenders. Scroll down to get the complete recipe.

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Steps

1
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Sprinkle your chicken tenders with salt and pepper on each side.

2
Done

Brush the Dijon mustard over the top of each tender.

3
Done

Optional: sprinkle the rosemary on to the tenders.

4
Done

Place your pretzels in a plastic baggie and zip closed. Use your hand or a rolling pin to crush the pretzels. You don’t want to reduce them to a powder, just smaller bits and chunks to create the crunchy coating for your chicken.

5
Done

Sprinkle the crushed pretzels over the chicken liberally.

6
Done

Place the tenders on a baking sheet (no need to grease) and bake at 375 degrees for 25-30 minutes.

Katie Femia

Katie Femia

Katie is the owner of The Homespun Hydrangea, and runs a blog under the same name. She can usually be found out and about scouring thrift stores, with a diet soda in one hand and vintage linens in the other. Always seeing the glass half full, she loves finding new uses for old objects, crafting with her two daughters, and teaching others how to see past the trash and to the treasure.

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