Finding quick gluten-free food items on busy weeknights is a constant battle, especially with picky eaters. Both of my children are extremely picky eaters so this is a struggle we face often. Tyson Foods now offers Gluten-Free Chicken Nuggets and Gluten-Free Chicken Breast Strips that have the same great taste kids love, but without the gluten.
I like to keep a bag of each on hand in the freezer, as they can be easily prepared by my kids in the microwave in under 5 minutes. This really helps us out on nights where I have clients in the evening and Dad is working late. Hannah enjoys these just as much as the “real” chicken nuggets she eats, and she doesn’t have to eat gluten-free. These aren’t just for kids, I enjoy Tyson® Gluten-Free Chicken Nuggets from time to time, too.
More about Tyson® Gluten-Free Chicken Nuggets and Chicken Breast Strips:
Tyson® Gluten Free Chicken Nuggets and Chicken Breast Strips offer the same great taste that kids love, without the gluten! Available in the freezer aisle at local grocers, it’s the great tasting, gluten free option that everyone’s been waiting for.
Chicken nuggets are a go-to meal moms enjoy giving to their kids and kids love eating. Tyson® Gluten Free Chicken Nuggets and Chicken Breast Strips are made with all white meat chicken and 100 percent all natural ingredients. Each serving contains 10 grams of protein, giving kids the fuel they need to conquer the day.
Tyson® Gluten Free Chicken Nuggets and Chicken Breast Strips allow moms to prepare meals for children with Celiac disease or gluten allergies, and give her piece of mind by insuring she is serving a meal that will address specific dietary needs.
Whether it’s snack or dinner time, Tyson® Gluten Free Chicken Nuggets and Chicken Breast Strips are a go-to and convenient food staple for every family to enjoy.
Tyson® Gluten Free Chicken Nuggets and Gluten Free Chicken Breast Strips are available at local grocery stores nationwide. Click here for more information on these products.
I am thrilled to announce that I am able to offer one lucky reader 2 product vouchers to try Tyson® Gluten-Free Chicken Nuggets and Gluten-Free Chicken Breast Strips. All you have to do to enter to win is leave a comment below letting me know what your favorite meal is that includes chicken nuggets or chicken breast strips. The winner will be selected randomly on Friday, April 4, 2014.
*The products and vouchers mentioned in this post are being provided to me and the winner free of charge for review purposes. The thoughts and opinions shared here are mine and haven’t been influenced by anyone or anything.
Gluten-free bread is not easy to perfect. Often times the gluten-free bread that is found in grocery stores is small in size and crumbly. Glutino fans loved their bread, but they have made it even better! The White and Multigrain breads got a recipe and packaging makeover.
These loaves of bread arrived on my doorstep last week. I left them on my counter and decided the best way to sample them was to eat them at room temperature, straight from the bag. I was very impressed with both the White and Multigrain varieties; they are both soft and flavorful and pretty darn close to what I remember gluten-full bread tasting and feeling like. The instructions say to freeze the bread unless it will be eaten within the next week and a half, so I haven’t tried the bread toasted from the freezer yet. I really enjoyed an old fashioned PB & J without having to toast and cool the bread.
Spring is technically 10 days away, but it is making short appearances here every few days or so. We have been above freezing for the past few days, but will dip below again, with possible snow on Wednesday. As frustrating as this is, I am trying to look at the forecast with a positive attitude, and the fact that it will be above freezing again by the weekend.
Warmer weather, being able to see the grass and not being buried under snow and ice has me thinking about grilling out. We still have some steaks in the freezer and there is nothing better than a steak on the grill with a baked potato and salad.
Over the past few years I have been gradually switching over to ground turkey from ground beef. We still eat ground beef on occasion, especially for burgers, but when I make tacos, lasagna or the like, I use ground turkey. Jennie-O’s Lean Ground Turkey is easy to find in our local grocery store and is always tender and juicy.
Check out this kid-friendly recipe for Chipotle Turkey Tacos that can be easy prepared on a busy weeknight.
½ cup fat-free sour cream
1 chipotle pepper in adobo sauce
1 (20-ounce) package JENNIE-O® Lean Ground Turkey
1 (1.25-ounce) taco seasoning mix (check label for gluten)
½ cup water
PICO DE GALLO
1 cup chopped plum tomatoes
¼ cup chopped white onion
3 tablespoons cilantro
1 jalapeño, diced
2 tablespoons lime juice
salt and freshly ground pepper, if desired
12 soft taco-size tortillas
1 cup shredded lettuce
1 cup shredded Cheddar Jack cheese
In blender, combine sour cream and chipotle pepper in adobo sauce. Blend until combined. Set aside.
In large skillet, cook turkey as specified on the package. Always cook to well-done, 165°F. as measured by a meat thermometer. Add taco seasoning mix and water. Cook until water is evaporated, stirring occasionally.
To make the pico de gallo, combine tomatoes, onion, cilantro, jalapeño, lime juice, salt and freshly ground pepper, if desired.
Spread each taco shell with sour cream mixture. Fill tacos with lettuce, turkey, pico de gallo and cheese.
If the recipe above isn’t enticing enough to get your to switch to turkey, check out these reasons:
1. It’s delicious.
2. You can feel good about it.
3. It’s easy to find.
4. It’s versatile.
Lean ground turkey is an excellent source of protein and a great way to fuel your body. For more information from Jennie-O, view this short video on making a better taco, just in time for Taco Tuesday!
*Jennie-O provided me with coupons for free products to use in a variety of recipes. The thoughts and opinions shared here are mine and have not been influenced by anyone or anything.
Summer. No, it isn’t summer yet, but I know I wouldn’t mind some summer weather here in Ohio. This snow is for the birds!
When I was a child my family would take a week-long vacation every summer. My sister and I would pile into the back seat of our family car (I believe it was a brown Buick Skylark at the time). We would fight about who was crossing the “line” and not staying on her side. The fighting quickly ended once we reached our destination, though. Of the many different places we went over the years, our first trip to Kennebunkport, Maine is the one that sticks out most in my mind. Looking back on that trip, it may have been “the perfect summer vacation”, though we may not have realized it at the time. My parents rented this small cabin right across the street from the beach. This was in the early part of the 80s, so the area wasn’t overly populated and the cabin sat back off of the road. I remember my sister and I slept on the second floor (or it may have been the attic) and the only way up was a narrow, twisted staircase. There was no television in the cabin, so we were “forced” to entertain ourselves. Imagine that!? Our days were spent on the private beach, which we pretty much had to ourselves. My sister and I found a part of a small, yellow/orange buoy or nautical float that we named “Mr. Tidy Bowl”. We played with it all day long and somehow it was there every day when we came out to play. I remember we would toss it out into the waves and watch it return to us, hour after hour, day after day. Our nights were spent reading books late into the night in the attic, long after our parents had fallen asleep. I will never forget that summer. Things seemed so much simpler then, though maybe it only seems that way because I was a child.
From February 18 – March 18, Rudi’s Gluten-Free fans are encouraged to submit a 100-word essay from their child explaining, “what makes them special” for a chance to win a one-week scholarship to attend a gluten-free overnight camp. Based on the essays, Rudi’s will select 10 winners, ages 8-17, to have a camp experience they’ll always remember.
Rudi’s Gluten-Free has generously offered to give one lucky reader one of the following prizes worth $100 and 5 free product coupons.
All you have to do to enter to win is leave a comment below telling me about your favorite summer memory. I will randomly select a winner on the morning of March 1, 2014.
*The prizes mentioned in this post are being provided courtesy of Rudi’s Gluten-Free at no cost to me. The thoughts and opinions shared here are mine and have not been influenced by anyone or anything.
If candy isn’t your thing, consider Glutino’s Fudge Covered Pretzels.
These gems are a favorite in our house. I don’t often get many out of a bag, as Jon inhales them. They are the perfect combination of sweet & salty. Glutino Fudge Pretzels can be found in grocery and health food stores across the US and online. They also offer Yogurt Covered Pretzels, but we are in love with the fudge.
*The Glutino product mentioned in this post was sent to me free of charge for review/blog purposes. The thoughts and opinions shared here are mine and have not been influenced by anyone or anything.
I have been watching The Biggest Loser for years. I love watching the transformations that happen on the show. People who thought that they were hopeless, stuck and destined to be miserable get to the root of their issues and come out on the other side armed with tools to live a healthy life.
As I was watching the finale last night, I saw something that made my heart drop. As the final member of the final three stepped out on stage, it was immediately clear that she had crossed over the line. Rachel didn’t look healthy and trim, she looked aged and dangerously thin. I say “dangerously thin” because while she may only be a few pounds underweight now, it is what is going on in her head that is the real danger. From what I can find online, Rachel is 5’4” and 105 pounds. The minimum someone her height should weigh is 108 pounds. The nature of the show, the winner having the largest percentage of weight loss, is such that the only way Rachel could win against the two other finalists, and the weight they lost, is to lose the amount of weight she lost and left her weighing only 105 pounds.
If you watched, and saw the look on all three trainers faces, you know they were shocked at how Rachel looked, too. Where does the line get drawn? How much is too much? Should the winner be ineligible if they are underweight at the finale?
I am not judging Rachel, I am genuinely concerned. Having struggled with anorexia for as long as I have, I understand how easy it is to fall into the patterns that can quickly turn dangerous. Just one more pound and I’ll stop. Just another mile and it’ll be enough. Just one more.