Mr Fowler? Who is he? I have no idea. I’m assuming he knows a thing or two about chicken given his name is emblazoned on this eye catching packet. Inside the non-resealable package are a little more than two dozen, precooked chicken fingers. Sorry nibblers.
On getting the product home, a more detailed inspection of the package shows this is an in house label/product of Kroger.
Cooking: Bake or nuke according to the package. You could probably deep fry, I air fried, as that’s always my preferred method over the oven. It’s faster and yields crisper results.
Taste and texture: Ugh. Barely into the first bite you’re hit by a greasy, and I’ll say it, kinda gross industrial taste. The nuggets have a grayish hue and close to zero chicken taste. The breading is thin and disappointing. The packaging is the stand out item here, just sad.
Overall: The price should have been a dead giveaway on these. 25 nuggets for barely more than two bucks. They’re one of the weakest frozen chicken nuggets style products I’ve tasted of late. Based on these alone I’ll probably give the whole Mr Fowler’s label a wide berth. See our list of the best nuggets here.
Mr Fowler’s Breaded Chicken Nibblers cooking instructions
Mr Fowler’s Breaded Chicken Nibblers nutrition
Are Mr Fowler's Breaded Chicken Nibblers any good?
In a word, nope. These are sub-par chicken nuggets that are unappealing both in terms of taste and texture. There are better frozen nugget products out there.
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