Chicken in a Biskit Recipe


Chicken in a Biskit crackers are deliciously tasty crackers that are flavored like buttery chicken. They’re great for a variety of things such as coating chicken strips, using for dips or just enjoying them plain. In this post we’ll focus on Chicken in a Biskit chicken strips as well as walk you through some wonderful Chicken in a Biskit Recipes that you’re sure to enjoy.

How To Make Chicken-In-A-Biskit Strips at Home

To Make Chicken-In-A-Biskit strips at home, you’ll need chicken strips, chicken flavored crackers, egg, onion salt, garlic powder, Italian seasoning, paprika, cayenne pepper, and milk.

The process consists of making a coarse cracker crumb mixture, dipping the chicken strips in the crumbs and then baking them at 350F for 1 hour, or until the center of the thickest portion of chicken reaches 165F degrees.

Shopping List

Chicken in a Biskit Crackers
chicken strips
Italian seasoning
onion salt
garlic powder


Mixing Bowl
Food Processor or rolling pin and zipped storage bag
Baking Sheet
Aluminum Foil

Souper Good Chicken-In-A-Biskit Crackers

Chicken-In-A-Biskit crackers have been around for decades. I remember eating them frequently during our childhood. And the light, crispy, chicken flavored crackers are perfect for just about any occasion. I remember eating the baked snack crackers with our soup, salads and with dips.  

In A Biskit

In A Biskit is a line of snack crackers produced by Nabisco. They debuted in the United States in 1964 as Chicken in a Biskit but have since grown to include several flavors. In the United States the crackers are flavored with dehydrated cooked chicken. However, international flavoring varies depending on manufacturing.

Spicy Snack Crackers?

No, Chicken in a Biskit Crackers are not spicy crackers. They have a very mild, chicken flavor that is delicious.  If you like chicken broth or chicken soup, you’re sure to enjoy the flavor of Chicken in a Biskit Crackers. They are mildly delicious and you should try them for yourself.

How To Serve Seasoned Crackers

There are many ways you can serve seasoned crackers.  You can serve them with cheese and meat, with soup, on a salad, or with snack dip. And one of our favorite ways to serve seasoned crackers, especially Chicken in a Biskit is as a coating for chicken strips. It makes them particularly tasty, adds a crispy crunchy and good. There is no right or wrong in how to serve seasoned crackers. So have fun being creative.

Chicken in a Biscuit

Is it actually Chicken in a Biscuit or Chicken in a Biskit? It all depends. If you’re referring to chicken and a bread like biscuit, it would of course be chicken in a biscuit.

But if you’re referring to the all-time original tasty chicken flavored snack cracker, you’re likely referring to Chicken in a Biskit.

How To Make Chicken in a Biskit Chicken Strips

Making Chicken in a Biskit Chicken Strips is quite a straightforward process. We’ve included detailed directions below. But the key to this recipe is using the flavor originals, Chicken in a Biskit crackers and some good chicken tenders. Here are the instructions for a delicious Chicken in a Biskit Recipe.


1 Box Chicken in a Biskit Crackers
1 egg
1 pound chicken breasts cut into 6-8 strips
Seasonings to taste: pepper, Italian seasonings, onion salt, garlic powder, paprika. Approximately ¼ tsp each.


1. Preheat oven to 375F degrees.

2. Line baking sheet with foil for easier cleanup.

3. Make crumb mixture by pulsing crackers in a food processor or by adding them to a zipped storage bag and rolling them with a rolling pin until they reach fine crumbs. Add your choice of seasonings.

4.  Place crumbs in a shallow dipping bowl.

5.  Whisk egg in a separate dish.

6. Dip chicken pieces into egg and then roll in cracker crumbs. Place on a baking sheet.

7. Bake for 1 hour or until chicken is completely done. The internal temperature will reach 160F degrees when the chicken is fully cooked.

Serve warm and enjoy!

Recipe Variations

Following are some recipe variations for Chicken in a Biskit Recipe.

Chicken in a Biskit Fried Chicken on a Biscuit

If you want the best of both worlds, you might like to try Chicken in a Biskit fried chicken on a biscuit. Here’s one of our favorite biscuit recipes. And you can place your coated chicken tenders, after they’ve been baked, on a warm biscuit drenched in your favorite barbecue sauce, honey or butter. It’s another great way to enjoy your Chicken in a Bisket Recipe.

How To Make Spicy Snack Crackers

If you want to add heat to your Chicken in a Biskit crackers, consider serving them with your favorite hot sauce. Or spray them with cooking oil and add some cayenne pepper as a dusting to them. Also cream cheese a jalapeños can make for spicy snack crackers.

Spicy Crackers for Parties and Homemade Gifts

You can make your crackers spicy for parties and homemade gifts. Store them in an airtight container or place them in a jar with a lid for a homemade gift for Christmas or other special occasion.

Chicken-In-A-Biscuit Dip Recipe

To make Chicken in a Biskit Dip, use 1 can of white chicken drained, 1 cup mayonnaise, 1 tablespoon of chives, 1 dash Worcestershire sauce. Mix the ingredients together well, and dip and enjoy with Chicken in a Biskit crackers. This simple dip requires no cooking or baking. Just mix, serve and enjoy. It’s perfect with Chicken in a Biskit crackers too.

Chicken Cracker Recipe

To make your own Chicken in a Biskit chicken crackers, use 2 cups flour, 2 tbsp butter, 1/8 tsp onion powder, ¼ tsp salt, 1/8 tsp garlic salt, 5/8 cup milk, 1 individual tub of Knorr’s concentrated chicken stock. Once the dough is mixed well, roll it out on a lightly floured surface and cut crackers. Bake them at 325F degrees for 15-20 minutes on a baking sheet.

About Rolling Out Dough

To roll out the dough, be sure that your rolling pin and the surface are lightly floured, otherwise you’ll have trouble with the dough sticking. You might also opt to put parchment paper on your baking sheet.

Gluten Free “Chicken-in-a-Biskit” Crackers

To make gluten free Chicken-in-a-Biskit crackers, use the chicken recipe above and substitute the all-purpose flour with a one-to-one gluten free flour. Also, be sure that the selected brand of your chicken stock is also gluten free. All other items should be naturally free of gluten.

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