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Freezer Meal: Honey Ginger Chicken

Did anyone see April? I'm not sure where the hell it disappeared to ... Oh well! I'm back in the blogging game, and I'm finally catching up on those freezer meal recipes I promised. To add to my awful blogger reputation, I forgot to take pictures for most of the remaining recipes. Just imagine it's delicious, OK?!

So here's what happened with the honey ginger chicken ... We didn't really like it at first. While Kyle and I did manage to clean our plates, Kenlee protested after the first bite (can't win 'em all, right?).

It wasn't bad ... It just wasn't all that great either. HOWEVER, Kyle and I turned the leftovers into something AMAZING! We cut the chicken into chunks and added them to bowls of brown rice and broccoli with some soy sauce - BOOYA! Everything was much better the second time around.

Honey Ginger Chicken - 4 servings, 11 points each

Ingredients
  • 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 1/2 cup gluten-free tamari or liquid aminos
  • 5 large garlic cloves, minced (or 5 tsp pre-minced)
  • 3 tbs. ginger paste
Prep Directions
  • Combine all ingredients in ziploc bag; mix, label and freeze
Cooking Directions
  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  • Pour chicken and sauce into baking dish and bake uncovered for about 35 minutes or until chicken reaches internal temperature of 165
This is the third of eight freezer meal recipes I'm sharing after attending a party sponsored by my local Farm Bureau. Recipe credit goes to Michelle Rudolphi -  check out her LivingIt Facebook page for more information or if you have any questions. 

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