Sunday, July 28, 2013

Grilled Chicken Salad & Kale Wrap for a Quick Dinner #Clip4School #ad #cbias

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Now that school is getting ready to start up again, our family is setting a new routine and planning for a {hopefully} organized fall!  One way I keep my family in a routine is by making sure that we're not scrambling to put together meals in a hurry.  This delicious Grilled Chicken Salad & Kale wrap was very simple to make using Tyson's Grilled & Ready® Chicken Breast Strips.  I mixed up 2 Tb. of plain Greek yogurt, 1 Tb. of horseradish mustard, 2 Tb. chopped celery, and 4 diced chicken breast strips.  I laid a huge leaf of kale on top of a tortilla and spread my chicken salad mixture down the middle.  Roll it up and serve with a side of fruit or veggies and you've got an amazingly tasty and quick dinner!

 I have used Tyson's Grilled & Ready® Chicken Strips for years now as a great back up when I need a quick dinner and don't have time for the extra step of preparing meat. There's usually always a bag in my fridge or freezer---and now I can also help my local schools out when I buy them!  Visit my Google+ Album for more about my shopping trip to buy these.

Did you know that Tyson has a program to benefit your area's schools?  By participating in the Tyson's Back to School Project A+ Program, you can earn 24 cents per label for your school---that's a lot more than other programs that offer donations for schools!

When shopping for Tyson products, look on the front, back, and sides of the packaging to see if the product you're buying is a participating product.  Here is a list of all participating Tyson products.

Signing up your school is easy!  First, go to the Project A+ website, find the "Get Started" button on the right side bar and see if your school is already signed up.

If not, you can sign them up quickly and easily. I was excited to see that homeschool associations are eligible to participate in this program. In fact, the Tyson Project A+ Program is open to all accredited schools in the US, including public, private, parochial, homeschool organizations, and military schools (both here and overseas).

Once your registration is processed, it's just a matter of getting the word out to your community to let them know to start collecting Tyson labels.  The coordinator will gather them up and send them in and Tyson will redeem 24 cents for each one.  This is a great way to earn some money for your school!

In our homeschool association, we like to provide scholarships to families in need, as well as purchase sports equipment for our many outdoor activities throughout the year.  The Tyson Project A+ Program is a great way to help earn the money we'll need to accomplish these goals.

I'd love to know if you try my Grilled Chicken Salad and Kale Wrap for your own quick dinner solution.  For more information on Tyson foods and programs visit:

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  1. I like their A+ project. When I cooked at the day care I tried to buy the participating products to help our school :)

  2. I do not cook much just for me anymore. I would love having a big helping of yours tho. You are truly a very blessed lady. The good Lord has given you those precious children to love and guide. Your husband helps, but he has to work and leaves much more to you. From what I can tell you are one fine lady with a lot of love and patience.

  3. Looks easy and delicious - my kind of recipe!

  4. I love this program. I wasn't aware that home school associations could utilize it as well. That's fantastic. Yet another reason to love Tyson!

  5. Sounds wonderful Sarah. I have made a grilled chicken wrap. Like the idea of adding kale. Can't believe it's that time of year already. Seems like school just got out for my grandies. Thanks for sharing with SYC.

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