Except for occasions where they are pounded, lightly breaded, and fried in a thin slick of olive oil, I am anti-boneless, skinless chicken. Chickens are meant to have skin and bones, otherwise they’d have no flavor and would be written off as weird, lumpy egg layers. If you are incredibly insistent on not eating the fatty part, remove the skin after you cook it— you still get all the moistness and flavor and you don’t have to beat yourself up for eating the crispy, drippy, delicious part.
What I’m really trying to say is healthy doesn’t have to be flavorless. These roasted chicken breasts are a perfect example of how simple and tasty healthy cooking can be. Bright lime zest, lusty garlic and a little char from the oven’s high heat is all you really need to be satisfied and still feel good the next morning.