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For those of you who have been around our blog for a while, you know we are all about quick and easy meals that just about anyone can make. That also stands true for snacks and treats. The men in our family love a table full of snacks especially on game day. Right now, they are obsessed March Madness. It’s kind of madness in our home all year long but this month it’s all about basketball madness. My son has no idea how lucky he is to have this experience of living with his grandparents and great grandparents! When I do my grocery shopping I am always grabbing quick, on the go snacks to make for them during game day. When Farm Rich asked if we would like to try their new chicken bites along with their other snack hacks, it was an easy decision because my family already loves them.
The first question my dad and grandfather ask before the game is, “Jess, what are you making for us to eat?”
Farm Rich chicken bites, mozzarella sticks and loaded potato skins are their favorites. I think my husband would eat boxes of the chicken bites if he could. The beautiful thing about the Farm Rich snacks are even my gram likes to join in the fun, even though she could careless about basketball. She is in it for the food! ha.
As a mom on the go, sometimes I don’t always have time to cook from scratch so I am always looking for quick wholesome snacks that are tasty and something fun. I mean, game day is fun so you need fun food too! I love that the mozzarella sticks are made with 100% real mozzarella cheese , breaded and seasoned to perfection, a good source of calcium and protein and 0g trans fat per serving. Many of their products also come in a variety of sizes as well.
In under 15 minutes, I have a cookie sheet full of cooked delicious snacks ready to go. For me, I add all the snacks to one cookie sheet, bake for 10-15 minutes at 400 degrees, place on a serving platter once cooked and they are ready to go! The chicken bites come with a tangy bbq sauce and I always add sour cream and a marinara sauce to the tray as well. These are perfect as well for playdates. I have served these yummy treats many times as a snack break when my son has his friends over and while I often wonder if they actually taste how good they are (they inhale them), I know for certain they love them ;). We would love to hear what you are doing for March Madness this year. Do you you host game day? Share in the comment section below!
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