While in search of the Hallelujah Chicken Chunks at Whole Foods, which it appears they no longer carry, I found Bell and Evans chicken breast tenders. They are expensive for the amount of food you get, but since I couldn’t find the chicken chunks and I don’t I don’t like Ian’s gluten-free chicken nuggets I bought them anyway.
The chicken tenders are uncooked and frozen. There are 2 servings per box and 3 tenders per serving. There is always more than one way to cook frozen foods, but anything with breading turns out better in the oven. I cooked my tenders in a toaster oven for 22 minutes, turning halfway through. I found the breading crispy and the chicken tender. Thus far these are the best gluten-free breaded chicken fingers on the market. Well done Bell & Evans!
If you are a chicken tender person then I recommend these over any other brand I have tried. You can find other Bell & Evans products at Whole Foods as well.