Bacon-wrapped chicken & chokes



I LOVE fair food. With a passion. Unfortunately, most fair food is not gluten free. Recently while on a girls’ trip to a fair, we discovered these tiny little yummy pieces of fair food perfection – and gluten free to boot!
**NOTE: most fair food, even if gf naturally, is fried in the same oil as gluten-loaded chicken sticks and breaded fried candy bars, and is best avoided.

I finally got the opportunity to make my own, and they were DELISH. I served them with sriracha ranch dip (recipe to follow).

2 6.5oz jars marinated artichoke hearts
1 skinless boneless chicken breast, cut into bite size pieces
10 slices of bacon, halved

Preheat the oven to 425F.
Place a chicken piece and artichoke piece on each bacon and wrap. You can secure with toothpicks, but as long as you tuck the bacon ends underneath onto the pan, you should be golden.
Bake for 25-35 minutes, until the chicken internal temp reaches 170F. Remove and tent with foil while you make the super-complicated dip: Sriracha Ranch dip.

Take ranch dressing. Add in some sriracha hot pepper sauce to taste. Stir.

Serve and enjoy :)



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2 Responses to Bacon-wrapped chicken & chokes

  1. Caleb had this to say about that:

    These are really good! We had them with a glutenvygirl hashbrown casarol. Also very good but there was more or it than chicken bacon bites. I gave the kids extra casarol to stall them long enough to get seconds and thirds myself before they caught on. :). I liked drizzling the sause over the hashbrown dish. I’m not sure this has replaced the stuffed and bacon wrapped jalapeƱos she makes as my favorite quick fingure food. It’s pretty close though and would be better revived by those uncourageous souls who fear the JalapeƱos. Good stuff.

  2. Deb had this to say about that:

    Nice to see a fabulous new recipe from you, Glutenvy Girl. These look yummy!

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