Foster Farms Baked Chicken Sliders Recipe

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My family is always on the go and I’m always looking for easy recipes to make throughout our hectic week.  Foster Farms has launched new baked products that I love. After a long day, I hate to cook anything that is complicated or takes too long. I’d rather spend more quality time with my kiddos, instead of cooking and making a mess.

I have been experimenting and trying new ingredients in my recipes. I made two easy slider recipes this week to share with you! These sliders are perfect for a quick weeknight meal or great for game day.

Thank you Foster Farms for sponsoring this post. All Opinions are my own.
Foster Farms My little guy also can’t get enough of the Foster Farms Chicken Breast Tenders. He loves to dip them in barbecue sauce.

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These new Foster Farms Baked Chicken products are healthy and mom approved because: 

  • They are BAKED, never fried.
  • 50% Less Fat, 25% Fewer Calories
  • BAKED-IN Goodness In Every Bite.
  • All Foster Farms chicken are 100% all natural chicken with no added hormones or steroids, made with white meat and of course are Baked NEVER fried.
  • These Baked chicken products are fully-cooked so you just take them out of the freezer, heat for 12 minutes in the oven, or 2-3 minutes in the microwave.
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 “The CCC” Cherry Chicken Club 

Baked Chicken Sliders with bacon and Cherry & Garlic Aioli Sauce

Cherries are now in season and these sliders have a sweet kick that my kiddos are raving about!


Foster Farms Baked Chicken Breast Fillets

Slider buns

Swiss cheese (or cheese of choice)

Apple slices

1-2 cups lettuce (use as desired)

Bacon strips (0ne strip per slider)

5 Cherries


2 Cloves of garlic

Olive oil


  1. Make Cherry & Garlic Aioli *directions below
  2. Bake, Microwave, or cook Foster Farms Baked Chicken Fillet (follow directions on package)
  3. Spread Cherry and Garlic Aioli to slider bread
  4. Add Foster Farms Baked Chicken Fillet
  5. Add a slice of swiss cheese
  6. Add lettuce
  7. Add 1 bacon strip
  8. Add sliced apples

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Cherry & Garlic Aioli  (double the recipe for more sliders)

2 garlic cloves

4 tablespoons of mayo

5 fresh cherries (remove seeds)

Olive Oil


  1. Drizzle the olive oil on the garlic cloves. Wrap the cloves in foil and broil them in the oven for about 5 minutes.
  2.  Blend all the ingredients together in a blender or bullet.

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Baked Chicken, Veggie,  and Thousand Island Sliders

Baked Chicken, vegetables, with Thousand Island spread

This slider is loaded with veggies! (I love that my children barely noticed). I also made a homemade Thousand Island spread to make the slider juicier.


Foster Farms Baked Chicken Breast Fillets

Slider buns

Swiss cheese

1/2 cup shredded carrots

1/2 cup celery

1/2 cup purple cabbage

1/2 cup green onion



Salt & Pepper

Parmesan Cheese


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  1. Chop up all veggies and put aside.
  2. Make the Thousand Island spread *directions below.
  3. Bake, Microwave, or cook Foster Farms Baked Chicken Fillet (follow directions on package).
  4. Add Thousand Island spread to slider bun.
  5. Add Foster Farms Baked Chicken Fillet.
  6. Add one slice of Swiss cheese.
  7. Add veggies to slider.

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Homemade Thousand Island Spread- (double the recipe for more sliders)

4 tablespoons of mayo

2 tablespoons of ketchup

1 teaspoon of Parmesan cheese

1 teaspoon of sugar

Salt and Pepper


  1. Mix the the mayo, ketchup, Parmesan cheese, and sugar in a small bowl.
  2. Add a dash of salt and pepper.
Are you looking for quick and easy healthier meal for your whole family?

Foster Farms NEW Baked Chicken Breast TendersNuggets and Fillets is the perfect for the ones you love most. Foster Farms is the brand you trust for quality, delicious chicken products, and now they’ve figured out how to give you a great-tasting, crispy breaded piece of chicken that’s BAKED and never fried.

Click here a Foster Farms Baked Chicken Product Coupon.



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