Monday, October 28, 2013

#ad Sunday Night Easy Dinner with Tyson Chicken Nuggets #LoveUrNuggets #cbias #shop

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As much as we try to keep things to a minimum, Sunday is still a pretty busy day for our family. By the time dinnertime comes around, I'm always ready to just break out the pb&j and call it good. Tyson came to my rescue tonight with two varieties of gourmet chicken nuggets: Cheesy Chicken Nuggets and Spicy Chicken Nuggets.

One of the reasons I have difficulty spending a lot of time on Sunday night dinner is because we all tend to nap late. Once church is done and we have lunch, we're ready for a long rest. Liam (3) and Kynthia (2) woke up from their naps just in time to help me get our special dinner in the oven this afternoon.

Our family buys Tyson nuggets often, but we'd not yet tried these two new flavors. Yesterday, during my weekly grocery shopping trip to Walmart, I bought two bags of Cheesy and one of Spicy. We have more little than older people in the house and I thought the youngers would prefer the Cheesy ones.

As I was opening the bags to prepare them for the oven, Elisha (10) noticed the coupon for Chuck E. Cheese's tokens on back of the Cheesy nuggets package. He's now planning his June 2nd birthday---at Chuck E. Cheese's, of course!

We paired our nuggets up with some fries and tater tots so there would be something for everyone. I also made a BBQ dipping sauce--my husband's favorite. The kids thought it was pretty awesome when I brought out this big tray of yumminess!

Like I said, Jamie loves BBQ sauce. He will put it on just about anything. I mixed up some homemade sauce and, at first, everyone thought it was too sweet. So, I made some modifications and now it's much better!

Tangy BBQ Dipping Sauce

Just mix the following ingredients until sugar is dissolved and store in the refrigerator.

1 1/4 c. ketchup
1/2 c. brown sugar
1/2 c. red wine vinegar
1 TB. Worcestershire sauce
2 1/2 tsp. ground mustard
2 tsp. paprika
1 tsp. pepper
3/4 tsp. salt

Everyone wanted to try each flavor of nuggets with both ketchup and the homemade BBQ sauce. They all agreed that both dipping sauces complemented the flavors of the nuggets.

The Spicy ones were the favorite, hands down. Even the little ones liked them at first---but after a couple, they decided to switch back to Cheesy. Overall, our Sunday Night Easy Dinner was a hit!

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  1. This looks like a fun and easy dinner! The tokens were a great bonus!

  2. I love a good fun and easy dinner that the whole family can enjoy. I'm looking forward to trying these nuggets when they come to my location. #client

  3. These look so tasty, yum, I always love Tyson nuggets. And your kids are really cute :)


  4. Our Sundays are often very crazy too since I have to pick my kiddos up from their dad about an hour from us. So there's a lot of driving. By the time I get home, I'm usually tired and still have other things to do to prepare the kids for the coming school week. Having options like this to fall back on when I'm too tired to cook is great. I can't wait to try the spicy ones.


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