Yesterday we took dinner over to my parents' to celebrate Mother's Day. Jess made an amazing chicken recipe that I thought I would pass on. It is simple and not really diet friendly unless you are on an Atkins type diet, but it is soooooo worth it. Plus a small portion really is enough - even my sons couldn't eat their usual huge quantities. She did bacon wrapped chicken tenders. WOW! We had boneless skinless chicken breasts and she cut them into strips. She wrapped a strip of bacon around each strip and didn't even need toothpicks to hold them, which sort of surprised her. She put them on baking racks on cookie sheets in a single layer that was not touching. Bake at 400 for 20-25 min then at 500 for another 5-8 until bacon browns. Don't waste the expensive thick cut bacon on this. We had some 'restaurant style' that I got at Sam's that is a thinner cut and it worked well. I think the thick cut might be a bit of a waste on this recipe. I have seen recipes online that call for cutting a slit in the chicken tender and stuffing it with cream cheese or a mix of cream and cheddar cheeses. I think those would be almost too rich to eat. These are rich, but very flavorful. You could make a bunch of these ahead of time, freeze them and just thaw them before cooking if you wanted. Enjoy! They were worth every calorie! Tyler was the only one of us who could eat 3 of them, and he couldn't finish his 4th one! If you have a Sprouts grocery near you, keep an eye on their specials. They had the chicken for under $2 a pound a few weeks ago and it is the best I have had since we used to shop at a little neighborhood meat market when I was a kid. Every few weeks they have a good deal on meat and I stock up. I have to drive an hour to do it, but it is worth it!