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Don’t you just love Easter with all the pretty colors? I know I do! Every year we always think of a new way to color eggs. It’s just a tradition in our house. I always make the traditional ham and mashed potatoes along with finding a new salad of sorts to make anew. I have to admit I think the teenagers are worn out on ham. Of course the other half and I would eat our weight in ham if we could. Sometimes it’s great to have another option for Easter or a simple spring brunch. These Italian Parmesan Bacon Wrapped Chicken legs made with Kraft Fresh Take are simple and easy. My teen helped me make these along with the Easter Egg Salad pictured in the back.
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Italian Parmesan Bacon Wrapped Chicken puts a twist on Easter Brunch. While you still have your ham flavor (bacon) you can change it up with an Italian splash. Serve it with easter egg salad or fresh spring greens for a nutritious dish. Simply wrap the chicken in bacon like below.
Just open up the Kraft Fresh Take and mix the cheese and bread crumbs. Roll the bacon wrapped chicken in the mixture, lay into a baking dish, and bake for about 30 to 40 minutes.
They will come out ready to serve to your family or friends for your Easter brunch or dinner.
- 1 package Kraft Fresh Take Italian Parmesan
- 4 chicken legs
- 4 strips of bacon
- Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
- Wrap chicken legs with bacon starting from the leg bottom to the top. Open Kraft Fresh Take Italian Parmesan and mix as directed on the package. Roll chicken in mixture and place in a small baking dish.
- Bake for 30 to 40 minutes as directed on package until chicken is done and outside is crispy.
- I cooked my chicken covered for one hour and then pulled off the cover and let the topping brown.
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