Tyson Chicken Nuggets ~
Having trouble getting your kids to eat? Here’s a novel approach – how about letting them play with their food? Dinnertime with Tyson is so much fun – especially when your dinner looks like cute holiday decorations!
Tyson Chicken Nuggets at Sam’s Club
We went to Sam’s Club to purchase Tyson Chicken Nuggets for dinner. Not only are they tasty, but they are also fully cooked and made from 100% natural ingredients, making them a convenient dinner option that you can feel good about. You know what else you can feel good about? Letting your kids play with their food. It’s the holiday season and what better way to have fun with your family than to decorate your food!
I am not sure what you like to use on your chicken nuggets, but in my home we use a wide variety of dips, depending on our moods. We love the traditional fare like ketchup, mustard and ranch dressing, but we also like Habanero Sauce and hot sauce on occasion. One fun way to get your kiddies to eat their food is to let them play with it.
Kids love Rudolph and this little reindeer is super easy to make. Rudolph’s nose is ketchup, his eye is a peppercorn and his antlers and legs are shredded carrots. Super easy and fun, even for small children. Helpful hint: the peppercorns like to roll off the chicken nugget. So, we dipped them in ketchup to make them stick. 😉
Admittedly, Santa was a bit more difficult to make. His outfit and hat are ketchup. His ball on the end of his hat is Ranch Dressing, his mouth is a shredded carrot piece and his eyes and buttons are peppercorns. We initially tried to make his beard out of Ranch Dressing, but it ran and made a mess with the ketchup. So we used a piece of tortilla shell instead. 🙂
Frosty was the easiest of all. For Frosty, all you need are peppercorns, a shredded carrot piece and a bread tie. And Voila! You have Frosty the Snowman! What cute little creations would you make with Tyson Chicken Nuggets?