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As educators it is a busy time of year for my husband and I. With the end of the school year fastly approaching our schedules are filled with concerts, award ceremonies, picnics, and graduations.  With a full calendar dinner can be a challenge.  Eating out gets expensive for a family of four so I have been searching for quick and delicious dinners that every one in my  family would eat (this is NOT always easy).  I am always looking for a quick chicken dinner since that is what my family prefers.

While shopping at Sam’s Club this week I spotted Tyson’s Chicken Fries (you can see my Sam’s Club trip here). The price was great for the quantity so I figured I would give them a try.

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They could not have been easier to fix- just place them on a baking sheet and pop them in the oven!  If I wanted to I could use these for a quick chicken snack or appetizer as well.

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The kids were happy with the chicken fries, french fries and green beans (it was a skinny food night!).  For a more grown up dinner I made the chicken fries into a wrap with lettuce, onions, cheese and ranch dressing for my husband and me.wrap final

 

It was a big success all the way around. Dinner was ready from start to finish in under 20 minutes and at the end of the meal all plates were empty!

Tyson’s Chicken Fries are just what a busy mom needs when her plate is full.  Especially at the end of the school year.

And in case this isn’t enough value to celebrate summer fun Tyson will be giving away free 6 Flag tickets to help with one family’s summer vacation. Check out their Facebook page to enter and win today!

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