Chicken for Autism

Chicken For Autism

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Penny Hall

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@FantasyFaery54

Chicken Breast recipe for Autistic children.

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

Comments:
Serves:
1
Prep:
45 Min
Cook:
45 Min

Ingredients

How to Make Chicken for Autism

Step-by-Step

  1. One chicken breast, cut in half and pan
    fried in olive oil for 6 minutes a side. Add salt and pepper. Cut into strips. Serve cold dipped in dipping sauce.
    BBQ dipping sauce – ¼ C (put in BPA-Free container)
    Veggies: steam broccoli for 7 minutes, run cold water over it (or defrost frozen broccoli)
    Place in BPA-Free container
    Veggie dipping sauce in BPA-free container
    Use: BBQ sauce or honey
    Drink: water, GFCF V8 juice, GFCF juice box, fortified organic rice milk box
    Snack if needed: GFCF chips & fruity salsa (1/4 C) in BPA-free container
    Toy Surprise: Girls: yarn bracelet, Boys: Miniature toy character figure

    BBQ Dipping Sauce – ¼ C (put in BPA-Free container)
    1 C organic ketchup
    1 Tbs lemon
    1 tsp Worchestershire sauce (GFCF)
    1 Tbs honey
    Dash of black pepper
    Blend all of the above until smooth
    Fruity Salsa
    1 C Salsa
    1/4 C grape, blueberry or raspberry fruit spread
    Mash the fruit spread into the salsa

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About Chicken for Autism

Course/Dish: Chicken
Other Tag: For Kids
Hashtag: #Autism



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