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This Summer Save Time in the Kitchen with Tyson

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Tyson Foods, Inc. The opinions and text are all mine.

This summer save time in the kitchen with Tyson® Individually Frozen Dinner Kits at Publix!

 

Summer is here, kids are out of school and we have plenty of planned activities on the horizon. I cannot express to you enough how fortunate I am to be home with my family this summer.

I’ve been longing for warm summer nights, preparing easier meals and lots of fun. Let’s face it, being trapped in a hot kitchen cooking is not what this mom is looking forward to doing this summer.

I was just saying to my husband how I’d like to cut down from cooking large meals this summer so I’m able to spend more time with the family. He agreed. Serving dinner to my family has been an uphill battle lately. With conflicting work and school schedules, preparing our favorite meals becomes stressful.

So, this summer I’ve decided to make dinner a breeze by reducing cooking time without sacrificing the savor and taste.

Just recently while shopping at Publix I came across Tyson Individually Frozen Dinner Kits located near the burgers in the frozen food aisle. I was so excited when I looked down and saw the Tyson Individually Frozen Dinner Kit- Four Cheese Chicken & Broccoli Pasta. You guys, I’m in love.

Tyson Individually Frozen Dinner Kits are super easy to make. The Tyson Individually Frozen Dinner Kit- Four Cheese Chicken & Broccoli Pasta is made with premium ingredients that are flavorful and frozen at the peak of freshness. The easy-to-follow instructions make cooking dinner quick and easy! In less than an hour, you will take a frozen uncooked meal, bring it to life that’s made freshly by you all in under an hour. The best part? It takes only a few steps before baking these ingredients together.

Save time in the kitchen in 4 easy steps.

Step 1

  • Preheat oven according to package.
  • Place sauce under warm water until defrosted.
  • Spray cooking spray in your baking dish.

Step 2

  • Remove chicken from the bag and place in the baking dish.
  • Add cavatappi pasta directly on chicken.
  • Top the chicken off with broccoli.

Step 3

  • Pour the cream sauce over the ingredients. Do not spread.
  • Bake according to package.

Step 4

  • Remove from oven, serve warm and enjoy!

I’ve always been a huge fan of Tyson chicken but now that we have tried their Individually Frozen Dinner Kits, I’m in heaven! It’s a one-pan meal that’s very tasty and full of protein and vegetables. My husband was pleasantly surprised to learn that one bag of Tyson Individually Frozen Dinner Kit-Four Cheese Chicken & Broccoli Pasta had 24 grams of protein per serving making this meal a great choice for lunch or dinner.

-And if that wasn’t enough, Tyson Individually Frozen Dinner Kit- Tomato Herb Chicken and Vegetables is also available at Publix.

So, the next time you’re at Publix be sure to pick up Tyson Individually Frozen Dinner Kits- in either Four Cheese Chicken & Broccoli Pasta or Tomato Herb Chicken and Vegetables. Both kits will bring unique flavors that the whole family will love.

Deal alert!

Until 7/12/19 you can save $2.00 on any one (1) Tyson Individually Frozen Dinner Kit at Publix with the Publix digital coupon!

So, tell me. which Tyson Frozen Dinner Kit would you like to try?

 

Visit the online Publix store locator to find Tyson Individually Frozen Dinner Kits at Publix near you!

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Hi, I'm Michele. So glad to see that you stopped by Sunshine and Flip Flops. My blog is devoted to easy recipe creations for busy families like my own, traveling with family, and tips on everyday life solutions. Did I also forget to say? I'm from Central Florida, so bring on the warm weather, flip flops, beaches, and chilled beverages!

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