How To Make Healthy Homemade Fish Sticks Recipe


Quick and Easy Homemade Fish Sticks Recipe

On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, I’m sharing a quick and easy, step-by-step, healthy homemade fish sticks recipe.

I mean, seriously, who didn’t love eating fish sticks as a kid?

My hand is up!

So on today’s Brad’s Cookbook episode, we’re going to make a healthy homemade version of fish sticks.

Not the unhealthy frozen kind you get out of a cardboard box at the grocery store.

When you ask, I deliver

How To Make Healthy Homemade Fish Sticks Recipe

This video came as a request from a Sherry on our @LiveLeanTV Facebook page.

She’s kicking butt with our Transformation 1,000,000 mission, and she wanted to know how to include more fish into her diet.

Sherry specifically wanted a recipe with a white fish called tilapia.

Tilapia is a lower calorie source of fish, as it’s primarily made up of protein, with a little bit of fat, and zero carbohydrates per serving.

However, be sure to avoid all tilapia, or any fish, that is imported from China and Taiwan as it has been found to contain high levels of antibiotics and other drugs.

For this homemade fish sticks recipe, you can also use other healthier sources of white fish like cod, haddock, and halibut.

And the really cool thing about this homemade fish sticks recipe is that it reminds me of the fish sticks I used to eat as a kid.

The only difference is these delicious fish sticks are healthy, since we use all real ingredients, unlike those fish sticks from a cardboard box.

On top of all of this, these homemade fish sticks are quick and easy recipe to make!


So go grab the following ingredients and lets start making these healthy homemade fish sticks.

This is going to be good!

💪 HIGH PROTEIN, LOW CARB HEALTHY HOMEMADE FISH STICKS RECIPE‼ . Here’s a quick and easy, step-by-step, healthy homemade fish sticks recipe from @liveleantv. . I mean, seriously, who didn’t love eating fish sticks as a kid? My hand is up 🙋🏼‍♂️🙋🏼‍♀️. . Makes 2 servings . INGREDIENTS: – 1/2 cup almond flour – 1 tsp onion powder – 1 tsp garlic powder – 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper – dash sea salt – dash black pepper – 1 whole egg – 2 x 6 oz cod fillets – 2 tbsp avocado oil . INSTRUCTIONS: 1⃣ Pre-heat oven to 375F. 2⃣ Mix almond flour, onion powder, garlic powder, cayenne pepper, sea salt, and black pepper in a bowl. 3⃣ Whisk egg in a separate bowl. 4⃣ Slice cod into fish sticks. 5⃣ Add fish stick to the egg bowl, then add to the batter bowl and cover throughly. 6⃣ Spread avocado oil over a baking sheet, then add fish sticks to the sheet. 7⃣ Bake for 6 minutes, then flip and bake for another 6 minutes. 8⃣ Enjoy! . NUTRITION INFO (per serving): Calories: 459 Protein: 39g Carbohydrates: 6g Fat: 31g . #liveleantv #livelean #liveleannation #teamlivelean #fishsticks #fishstick

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Healthy Homemade Fish Sticks Recipe

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How To Make Healthy Homemade Fish Sticks Recipe
Course Main Dish
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 16 minutes
Course Main Dish
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 16 minutes
  1. Pre-heat oven to 375F.
  2. Add tin foil to a baking sheet if you like to be efficient and reduce cleaning time!
  3. Add 1 tsp of coconut oil (or avocado oil) on top, then use a paper towel to evenly grease the tin foil. Set it aside as you make the fish sticks.
  4. Add the tilapia fillets to a cutting board, then cut them up into strips to mimic the shape of a fish stick. Depending on the size of the tilapia fillet, you should be able to get between 3-4 fish sticks from each fillet. This gives you a total of 6-7 fish sticks.
  5. Next up, is to coat the fish sticks with a healthy batter full of seasonings. Add the oats to a blender and blend until it's fine like flour. Add oats to a dish along with the parmesan cheese, onion powder, dried parsley, and the sea salt and pepper. Cover the dish and shake it up, then set it a side.
  6. Crack and egg into a separate dish and beat it up. Then dip each fish stick fully into the egg, then add it to the batter mixture, coat it with the batter, then add it to the baking sheet.
  7. Once all the fish sticks are completely coated with the batter mixture, add it to your pre-heated oven at 375F, and set the timer for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes is up, they should be smelling delicious. Flip the fish sticks and cook for another 5-6 minutes, then they should be ready to eat.
Recipe Notes

Nutrition Info (per serving):

Calories: 320

Protein: 44g

Carbohydrates: 9g

Fat: 12g

This recipe makes 6-7 healthy homemade fish sticks, covered in coconut oil, oats, parmesan, and onion powder.

How delicious does that sound?

So it’s time to get rid of the cardboard boxed frozen fish sticks, and swap it out with all these healthy, real ingredients.

You can’t get any better than that.

This is just another example of how easy it is to make real food taste great.

The onion powder gives it a delicious flavor, and the fish sticks also have a little bit of a crust, so it’s crunchy.

It’s time to go in for seconds.

By the way, I still haven’t mastered the art of cracking an egg with one hand yet.

Tweet me @BradGouthro your egg cracking tips!

Damn that’s good!

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