Honey Foil Packets

 

Honey Chicken Packets

Do you ever struggle to make a dinner where each person likes something different?

We have the solution; try honey chicken packets! Each person can choose their own sauce and vegetables. What makes this even more awesome is it is all done at the same time; there is no need to cook several different meals! This is an excellent recipe to use for Honeyville whipped honeys and sauces too!

Our favorite Ingredients:

Chicken breasts

Carrots

Green, orange, red, or yellow bell peppers

Celery

Onions

Potato

Enough to drizzle on the breast-Coconut oil or favorite sauce

Salt and Pepper to taste

Directions:

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. Cut up carrots, peppers, celery, onions, and potatoes into slices; try not to cut them to thick or they won’t cook thoroughly. Using heavy duty foil; you will need approximately 24 inches of foil, fold the foil in half, and spray the foil with cooking spray or brush oil. Place the chicken and a ½ cup of sliced vegies onto the foil. Drizzle honey, oil, or BBQ sauce on top and salt and pepper to taste. Then fold the sides of the foil up to where they are touching, fold the edges together and fold several times. Then take the sides and fold together to make into a sealed pocket. Bake on a baking sheet for 15 minutes for small breasts, 20 for medium, and 25 minutes for large breasts on each side. Pull one out of the oven and make sure the breasts have reached the internal temperature of 165 degrees Fahrenheit. Take them out of the oven and cut open the end of the packet and pour onto the plate or place the whole packet on the plate and open them at the table. ENJOY!

Tips:

  • If do not want to have sauce; add an ice cube inside the packet.
  • Can be cooked on the BBQ grill
  • Can use Patty’s Jalapeno jams in the packet
  • Can use Eggplant to substitute for the chicken
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