We love trying new fun ways to present food to the kids. Yesterday, I had an idea to make a chicken nugget rainbow! It’s so simple and easy that I can’t believe I hadn’t thought of it before.
First I made the kids some Tyson® Chicken Nuggets for clouds, and while they were cooking I started on the rainbow. I used a large plate to squeeze five big blobs of ranch dressing and mixed each one with food coloring.
I tried using a squeeze bottle to draw out the rainbow but what worked the best was just simply scooping it on the plate with a spoon and spreading it out. No need to make it a complicated art work, they’re just going to devour it anyway!
The kids thought it was so much fun, and even though this is something I’ve given them before, they were even more excited to eat it! They love these nuggets because they’re juicy on the inside but crispy on the outside. I love them because they are all white meat and use 100% natural ingredients.
We grabbed this bag while we were doing our grocery shopping at WalMart and noticed they had a label on them I hadn’t seen before.
It’s for a program called The Tyson Project A+™. It is a really easy way to help raise money for your school – all you have to do is clip the Tyson Project A+™ label and turn it in. Each label earns your school 24¢ and they can use it on whatever they need! How simple is that? You can help support your school with nothing more than clipping labels off of food you are already buying. I just love that.
Check out how your school can participate and use the hashtag #WMTProjectAPlus.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Tyson. The opinions and text are all mine.