Cap’n Crunch Chicken

I love discovering quick and simple recipes so when I heard Kellie Rasberry from Kidd Kraddick in the Morning mention Cap’n Crunch Chicken, I immediately knew that I needed to look into it. The name instantly intrigued me, especially since I had two boxes of Cap’n Crunch needing to be used. She said that Planet Hollywood served it and it tasted amazing, so when I got home I did a little bit of research and discovered that I had most of the ingredients that Cap’n Crunch Chicken takes. I must warn you that I had to alter some of the cereal but in the end, I think my Cap’n Crunch Chicken turned out amazing!

Cap'n Crunch Cereal

As I was gathering the ingredients for Cap’n Crunch Chicken I realized that I did not have regular Cap’n Crunch nor did I have regular cornflakes, so I used what I had; which was Cap’n Crunch Berries and Frosted Flakes. This is such an easy dish to make and it’s a great dish if you have kids that love chicken with a hint of sweetness, but also if you have extra boxes of cereal laying around.

Cap'n Crunch Chicken Instructions

Cap’n Crunch Chicken
Recipe Type: Dinner
Author: House of Fauci’s
Frosted Flakes meets Cap’n Crunch Berries
Ingredients
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 cup of milk
  • 1 cup of flour
  • salt
  • pepper
  • 2 cups of Frosted Flakes
  • 2 cups of Cap’n Crunch Berries
  • 5 Chicken Tenders
  • Cooking Oil
Instructions
  1. Bowl One- Beat 2 eggs into milk
  2. Bowl Two- Add seasoned flour
  3. Pour cereal into Ziplock bag and crunch it up
  4. Bowl Three- Pour cereal into bowl
  5. Cut chicken tenders into bite size pieces
  6. Dip chicken into egg mix, then into flour, back into egg mix and then back into the flour mix. Lastly dip into cereal mix and coat.
  7. Place coated chicken into hot oil and cook until the center of the chicken is white and the outside is golden. (This will not take long)
  8. Place cooked chicken onto paper towel to soak up the grease

Cap'n Crunch Berry Cereal

Written by: Aimee Fauci

 

Comments

  1. This sounds like a dish that my kids would totally be into. I would probably even have them help me make it.

  2. This has got to be the most interesting breading I’ve ever seen for chicken. It actually sounds like it would be amazing. I mean most of the dipping sauces we use for chicken are sweet anyway.

  3. What a fun recipe! I will have to save this one for my husband. Never would have thought of this combination but it certainly makes for an interesting recipe!

  4. I know a certain little boy that would love these! I never really thought about putting this kind of cereal on chicken. I thought it might be too sweet, but it might just be the right kind of sweetness.

  5. This looks interesting!! I’ll have to try it. My kids love the cereal…shoot…who am I kidding, I love the cereal too!

  6. Oh, wow! This is so creative. I’ve only tried using cornflakes on my chicken before, haha.

  7. OMG! This sounds delish! I heard cap’n crunch and just had to click!

  8. This is SUCH a fun sounding recipe!

  9. I have to say, this looks interesting enough to want to try asap! Great post 🙂 xo, Jess @ Dreamingofleaving.com

  10. The colors from the berries makes me laugh but I bet the kids liked it even better that way 🙂 Fun!

  11. That is a very very interesting combo. I would have never thought of that but it does look tasty.

  12. This is quite an interesting combination. I bet kids would love these

  13. My boys would think this is the coolest thing ever!

  14. This looks amazing I can’t believe it is made from Capn Crunch cereal. I bet it taste as good as it looks.

  15. This sounds delicious. I bet the boys would love it.

  16. Never in a million years would I have thought to use captain crunch. I mean I have seen corn flakes and other mild cereals used but this is a new spin.

  17. This looks delicious. I love that it has bits of color in it from the cereal. I will have to make this my kids will love it.

  18. Well, that’s very interesting! I honestly don’t know if I’d be brave enough to try it! But I know my hubby would.

  19. I love the way you improvised. I do the same thing with recipes! Glad it turned out well!

  20. This chicken looks so good! Crispy and crunchy is always good in my book!

  21. Oh yum this sounds absolutely delicious – I don’t think we get Cap’n Crunch here but I am going on a hunt! xx

  22. Anything with Cap’n Crunch is good for me! It looks delicious and fun to make.

  23. I’ve heard of corn flake chicken but I’ve never heard of using sweet cereals before. Interesting! 🙂

  24. Say what? Fun idea!

  25. This looks delicious! Have to try this!

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  26. Cap’n Crunch with chicken?! I think this sounds like a chicken & waffles so it must be yummy!

  27. I never though to cook with Captain Crunch! That looks really tasty!

  28. I can totally see using the plain Capn Crunch, but the thought of the berries kinda makes me a bit skeptical. However, if you say it’s good then I’ll have to try it sometime. Don’t’ knock it until you try it, right?

    • aimeefauci@gmail.com says:

      Oh it’s good! I think the berries just add color.. I think the berries taste the same as the yellow parts.

  29. This is very interesting. I’ve never had captain crunch in my life, but I do love fried chicken and i’d be willing to give this a try.

  30. The name of this caught my attention too! It sounds pretty interesting. I would be willing to try it!

  31. I just don’t even know what to do with this recipe! I can’t decide if I LOVE IT or if I’m scared of cooking with cereal! LOL

  32. Wow, we like Captain Crunch but have never cooked with it. My kids would like this.

  33. Wow, this is an ingenious idea! It looks amazing!

  34. Hmmm this is a really interesting dinner. I bet the sweetness from the cereals though are actually really good!

  35. This Crap`n Crunch Chicken looks really delicious! I’m sure my daughter will love it, so have to give it a try!

  36. What!!! Doing it just to see the looks on the kids’ faces is reason enough to get this recipe going! I love this idea!

  37. What a great idea : I never thought adding cereals in my chicken. This is so neat.

  38. My mother smashed up Cap n’Crunch and used it to bread chicken (the pb is tasty) and fish (using the plain kind) so this brings back so many memories.

  39. What a creative and festive dinner that everyone can enjoy! I have to say I have never tried it, but use cornflakes as my go for baked chicken recipe. I’ll have to try this!

  40. To me this is so very creative and clever! I have to try using cereal in my foods more often

  41. What a clever idea for dinner. I am sure my kids would love to help me make this!

  42. This looks like a fun idea. I bet the kids love it.

  43. Looks so delicious! Thank you so much for the great recipe 😀

  44. This totally makes me laugh, but I know it would be delicious! What a fun idea!

  45. my kids love both cereals and they love chicken. I imagine they would love this for sure.

  46. Whoa. My mind is blown right now. Cap’n crunch is my fave and so is chicken! I never would think to combine! Yummmm

  47. I’ve been wanting to try this recipe out for while. It’s definitely a great way to bring some flavor to your chicken!

  48. There is a restaurant on Nantucket that does this, but they use it for their French Toast. I am ALL about extra crunch and random recipes! 🙂

  49. Now that is interesting! I never would have thought of this combo!

  50. This is such an interesting recipe idea, I honestly never thought to use this cereal with chicken for a dinner meal! I must try it, I bet it will be delicious and maybe just maybe my picky eater will try it 😉

  51. Jennifer Williams says:

    My kids would love this. Nothing like having their favorite cereal help make dinner. I would have never thought to make this.

  52. Now this is very new to me! I never knew there was a recipe to cook Cap’n Crunch with chicken- brilliant! Pinning!

  53. Oh, I could totally get my kids to eat this if I used the Cap’n Crunch with berries! Looks great!

  54. I have heard of using corn flakes for chicken before. Captain Crunch that is amazing! I’ll have to tell my daughter about this!

  55. Aimee…your recipes always make me smile LOL I LOVE THIS! I know people who have done the corn flakes, but never Cap’n Crunch. You’re AMAZING!

  56. Cereal is so versatile! I haven’t bought Cap N Crunch in years, but I bet it makes a tasty coating to that chicken and helps keep it moist, tender and delicious.

  57. I instantly saw this and thought “Wow, I haven’t had this in a long time”.. It is generally the only time I buy Cap N Crunch.

  58. That chicken looks really good! I bet my husband would love it as well (he LOVES cereal haha!)

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    Lauren
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  59. I love Captain Crunch and chicken… but together? I think I need to try it to decide.

  60. This has always been one of my favorite cereals but I have never thought to use it for cooking. I love this recipe.

  61. The kids loved when I made chicken with just crushed up corn flakes this is going to be a lot of fun to try it

  62. Such a unique recipe. Reminds me of the idea behind Chicken & Waffles.

  63. Yum. Sounds unique but yet tasty. I assume you would probably be able to bake this also?

  64. That would definitely trick my nephews into eating more chicken! 🙂

  65. Oh boy. This sounds completely crazy but intriguing. I am going to have to try it!

  66. This sounds so absolutely insane that it has to be good! I love cap ‘n crunch 🙂

  67. Chrissy Mazzocchi says:

    This is such an awesome recipe, I can’t wait to try this out myself!

  68. I can imagine that this tastes amazing! Going on my “to-make” list for next week!

  69. Catherine S says:

    This sounds interesting. I wouldn’t have thought about mixing cereal and chicken.

  70. My daughter used to love Capn Crunch when she was little. I bet she would have loved this chicken.

  71. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    What a neat idea. I love me some Captain Crunch!

  72. This sounds really tasty – It definitely is a twist to regular chicken. I am sure my family would enjoy this chicken.

  73. That actually looks really good. I bet my boys would like this. I am pining this for sure. Gotta try it.

  74. This looks tasty! I think my family would like this a lot!

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