My kids unfortunately still want food that looks like what their friends eat. So one of the things I feed them is something that's the equivalent of paleo chicken nuggets. Here's how:
Beat 3-4 pastured eggs with a bit of chicken broth, thoroughly mix in some coconut flower - maybe about 1/4 cup - enough to make it a loose but smooth lump-free batter, salt + pepper, dried herbs such as oregano, basil for taste, turmeric for color (the fast food places use corn for the color). Pour this in a gallon sized zip bag.
Slice up some free range/organic chicken in small chunks (breast or thigh meat). Throw it in the zip-lock bag along with the batter. Close the bag pushing the air out of it. Massage the batter into the chicken until it's all coated.
Melt up some organic palm oil shortening (you can also use ghee, or lard or whatever) in a pan, wait until it's nice and hot.
Drop in bits of chicken into the pan, fry for about 5 minutes or until GBD on one side, flip'em over, fry for another 3 minutes, fish'em out and put on a plate with a paper towel, or a rack. Season with a bit more salt.
It's not great since it's fried, but there's probably a way to tweak this into baked - please share if you know how.
I usually serve these with A1 and some fried plantains with some greens.