Trader Joe’s Breaded Chicken, Fully Cooked


This Trader Joe’s breaded chicken is frozen and fully cooked, and is easy to heat up for a filling and good tasting meal. You can microwave these chicken breasts and they’ll come out totally fine, but if you want the good crispiness, you need to bake them in the oven. Ideally you’d deep fry these to get the best taste and crispiness, but at that point it almost seems not worth it since the whole point of these is that you’re too lazy to actually make fried chicken yourself! You can of course cook these in the air fryer too for a nice texture and to save time. And these are priced fairly at under $8 for 28 ounces of fully cooked breaded chicken. ………….

  • 130 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 28 oz
  • Can be made in microwave, regular oven, deep fried or in the air fryer

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Trader Joe’s Breaded Chicken Breasts, Frozen


If you’ve ever had national brands like Tyson chicken you know that these Trader Joe’s breaded chicken breasts have a lot healthier ingredients and taste a lot better. There’s no super weird chemical taste on these chicken breasts, and they crisp up relatively well in the oven or deep fried. Now I haven’t tried these in the air fryer yet, but I’d love to know if anyone has a recipe or breaded chicken air fryer directions! It’s amazing how air fryers have changed the way a lot of things can get cooked in a short amount of time with an amazing crisp to them. And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try…..

House-Autry Oven-Baked Chicken Seasoned Coating Breading Mix, 8 Pack

Shake ‘n Bake Original Chicken Seasoned Coating Mix (4.5 oz Boxes, Pack of 12)


Price: $7.99


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3 thoughts on “Trader Joe’s Breaded Chicken, Fully Cooked

  1. I tried these in the air fryer and they were great. I was surprised to find I had to could them for the full recommended time and temperature despite using an air fryer (which is usually ~20% faster than baking instructions).

    They were just right and crisp after 20 minutes at 400 degrees. I dust them with onion powder, cracked black pepper and touch of salt.

  2. They have come back since being out of the store. It tastes like a toilet. Similar comments on other boards. These are disgusting now.

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