Mix together the flour, baking powder, salt, garlic powder, and pepper in a plastic zip bag. Add the chicken, zip the bag shut, and flop it around until the chicken is coated in the flour mixture.
In a wok or a large skillet, heat 2 tablespoons of the avocado oil over medium-low heat. Add the chicken, turning occasionally to get all sides, until cooked through and the exterior is golden brown.
Meanwhile, in a small bowl, whisk together the zest, orange juice, cold water, sweetener, tamari, vinegar, molasses, sesame seed oil, and gluccie (smash any clumps). Set aside.
Add the 1 teaspoon avocado oil, garlic, chili peppers, green onion, and ginger to the skillet. Heat until fragrant, stirring a few times, for about a minute or so.
Add the prepared orange sauce to the skillet; stir and cook until heated through, about a minute or so. It should thicken, but if you feel like you should add more gluccie or xanthan gum do so a tiny bit (like ¼ teaspoon or less) at a time (sprinkle over top before stirring in to avoid clumping).
Serve over cooked brown rice or cauli rice.
Some people like their orange chicken super duper orangey so if the sauce isn't orangey enough for you, you can add some orange extract a splash at a time until it is orangey enough for you (mix it in after you have removed the finished chicken from the heat).Also, a note about the nutrition facts. If you go by numbers alone, you'll notice that this recipe could be mistaken as a Fuel Pull. However, quality of ingredients trumps numbers. Sprouted flour and the fresh oranges make this a carb based (E) meal on Trim Healthy Mama. To make it a more robust E, serve the chicken over cooked brown rice or alongside a starchy veggie.