Skinny Chicken Bacon Bites #SundaySupper

Skinny Chicken Bacon BitesFootball Season in our home is simply crazy.  You can imagine what it is like to juggle three football schedules.  If you could believe it, there was a time we were juggling four football schedules.  Although our daughter was a cheerleader, it was still another game that we wouldn’t miss!  To say that we are a true Football Family is probably an understatement.  This time of year, there are some Sunday’s when one of our favorite teams is playing that we move Sunday Supper into the family room and enjoy a fun football tailgate menu.  On the top of our tailgate menu list is always Skinny Chicken Bacon Bites.

Are you wondering why Skinny Chicken Bacon Bites?  Well what makes them skinny is the fact that I use turkey bacon in this recipe.  Turkey Bacon is perfect because it has less fat and you don’t get all the grease at the bottom of the pan.  The Skinny Chicken Bacon Bites are actually really crispy on the outside and so tasty on the inside.  The combination of the salty and sweet in this dish makes it perfect to serve on your tailgate menu.

Football Season is the perfect time to bend the Sunday Supper rules a tad and enjoy spending time around the family table in the family room  and yes, our tv is on… and you can find us enjoying Skinny Chicken Bacon Bites on the sofa.

From Pre Game to Overtime, we’ve got your Football Season covered.  Join us around the family table this Sunday Supper as we share our favorite football season recipes and tailgating tips all day long.  Hop on twitter at 7pm EST for the live #SundaySupper chat and share your favorites.  We would love to add your recipes to our Football Tailgate Menu.

Skinny Chicken Bacon Bites

Skinny Chicken Bacon Bites | Tailgate Menu #SundaySupper
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Skinny Chicken Bacon Bites are sure to be a favorite on your Sunday Supper Tailgate Menu during football season this year!
Recipe type: Appetizers | Tailgate Menu
Serves: 8
  • 3 pounds thin Chicken Breast cut into 1 inch cubes
  • 1 pound Bacon with each strip cut into 3 pieces
  • ¼ cup Soy Sauce
  • 1 teaspoon Garlic mined
  • 8 tablespoons Brown Sugar
  • 2 Green Onions sliced thin
  1. Wrap the Chicken Breast cubes with the pieces of bacon
  2. Layer on a large glass baking dish
  3. Combine the Soy Sauce and Garlic and spread over Chicken
  4. Bake on 375 degrees for 20 minutes or until chicken is cooked through
  5. Sprinkle the Brown Sugar evenly over the Chicken and return to over for 5 minutes or until bacon is crispy and sugar is melted
  6. Sprinkle the Green Onions over the Chicken and serve with toothpicks


The Football Tailgating Menu Lineup

Pre Game Warm-ups:

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Please be sure you join us on Twitter all day for this special football season Sunday Supper Event. We’ll be chatting it up at 7:00 p.m. EST for our weekly #SundaySupper  live chat where we’ll share our Football Tailgating Menu!

All you have to do is follow the #SundaySupper hashtag, or you can follow us throughTweetChat!

We’d also love to feature your favorite tailgate menu recipes on our #SundaySupper Pinterest board and share your Football Tailgating Menu with all of our followers!


  1. says

    Wow, you guys truly are a football family! The only time the Husband and I are that devoted to sports is during the hockey playoffs :) I love that you used turkey bacon here – as much as I love the full fat porky stuff, sometimes there IS such a thing as too much grease. These look and sound delicious – the perfect little bite for a tailgate party!

  2. says

    When I saw skinny and bacon in the same post title I thought, are you kidding me? I love that you used the turkey bacon-I like it better anyhow! These look incredible.

  3. says

    The second I saw these I KNEW I Was going to be making them soon! They sound/look absolutely amazing!! YUM!
    Oh and yeah, like the rest of the crew – we’re going totally REAL bacon haha I like turkey bacon but I want the real stuff!
    In fact, now that I’m thinking about it, I’ll just make them both ways. haha YUM!!

  4. says

    I can only imagine how difficult it is to juggle 3 football schedules. But those skinny chicken bacon bites look so tasty and I won’t feel bad eating a plateful. I do not the meaning of everything in moderation. lol


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