Hampton House Chicken Strips Review

Hampton House Chicken Strips

An easy lunch or dinner and perfect for kids!

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Hampton House Chicken Strips

Cost

I paid $19.99 Canadian for the two kilogram bag of Hampton House Chicken Strips (regular price). That’s not bad for a large bag of chicken strips that will last quite a long time!

Hampton House Chicken Strips

Convenience

Thank goodness the bag of chicken strips is resealable, I love it when bulk items are resealable. The strips need to be kept in the freezer. Most chicken strips I’ve had in the past are pre-cooked but these are raw so you need to practice safe handling with the chicken strips as well as they can’t be microwaved. The directions are to bake the chicken strips at 425 degrees Fahrenheit for 18 to 22 minutes. I baked mine for probably about 25 minutes because I didn’t think they looked crispy enough at 22 minutes. These are definitely convenient for dinner or lunch and I think kids would enjoy these!

Hampton House Chicken Strips Nutrition

Nutrition

1.5 pieces of Hampton House Chicken Strips is 170 calories, five grams of fat, 18 grams of carbohydrates, one gram of fibre, one gram of sugar, 14 grams of protein and 400 mg of sodium. The ingredients list is also very straight forward and has ingredients I’d expect to see. These aren’t exactly healthy though.

Hampton House Chicken Strips Ingredients

Taste

These are pretty good tasting, similar to the Costco food court chicken strips but not quite as good.  All the strips are different sizes and they’re made with raw, seasoned, whole chicken breast fillets. After baking them a bit longer than the directions they turned out crispy and golden brown. They’re salty and quite flavorful and you could probably enjoy them alone without any dipping sauce in a salad or something like that but I definitely recommend them with plum sauce (that’s my fave way to have them). I do have to point out one negative, both my husband and I found bits of gristle in the chicken strips which was a little disappointing. We also both got heartburn after eating these for dinner! Haha. I think these would be perfect for kids to have for lunch or dinner, kids seem to love chicken strips. I know I did as a kid.

Hampton House Chicken Strips

Although I love chicken strips I don’t think I’ll buy these again, I’d much rather just buy the chicken strips from the food court when I have a craving for chicken strips! If I had a few kids at home for the next few months though I think having a bag of these in the freezer would be a must!

Cost: 8/10

Convenience: 9/10

Nutrition: 4/10

Taste: 7/10

What’s your or your kids favorite convenient Costco freezer item?!

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