Used to eat these by the handful growing up! Now my grandkids do!

Dive into the world of homestyle comfort with a healthy twist: Baked Fish Sticks. Historically, fish sticks were a product of modern convenience, emerging in the mid-20th century as a way to make seafood more accessible and less intimidating to cook. Today, they are enjoyed by kids and adults alike. In this recipe, we're shunning the deep fryer for the oven, turning a comfort food staple into a dish that's as wholesome as it is nostalgic. Perfect for those trying to incorporate more seafood into their diet or for anyone who simply loves a crispy, golden-brown treat without the guilt.
These fish sticks can play a leading role in a pescatarian's feast or be that coveted sidekick for a diverse plate. Partner them with a fresh, tangy coleslaw, or serve atop a bed of quinoa salad for that modern touch. If you're feeling traditional, nothing partners better than a heap of creamy mashed potatoes and some bright peas, ribboned with fresh mint.
Baked Fish Sticks
Servings: 4