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I don’t think there is a mother out there that does not know that letting your kids get creative with their food adds to the success of them actually eating it! I have two out of three kids that are picky. I learned a long time ago that letting them play with their food and have fun with it increased the likelihood of them actually consuming it!
One of the rare foods that I can make that will be eaten every time without fail is Tyson Chicken Nuggets. Seriously, even I help myself to a plate! These are the most flavorful, juiciest, more delicious nuggets on the market! And I am stocked at all times in my house. But I want them to try other things with them too. Like different dips and veggies and letting them create something fun can help me with my goals of all around healthier eating!
So, in the spirit of being so GRATEFUL that Spring has finally sprung, the girls and I headed to Walmart to find a fun way to play with our food. I, personally, wanted to try to get them to like some more ‘green’ things so I was on a secret mission. But they did not know this, of course!
So my kids and I lazily shopped Walmart, picking up great deals on cute clothing and more. And then we headed to the gardening section to get flower pot inspiration!
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By the time we were finished, the Tyson Nugget tasting event was on! My kids ate a nugget quickly and then got to decorate one right there in the store! It was so fun!
In the spirit of springtime we headed home to create our own springtime fun!
How to make a Tyson Chicken Nuggets Flower Pot
Load the flower put with nuggets to make ‘dirt’. Once that is done, you can stick the bakers sticks into them. Cut them into different sizes to make the flowers multi dimentional. I cut sticks even shorter for the pickle ‘greenery’.
When decorating the nuggets, I used ketchup, mustard, honey mustard and Thousand Island dressing for color. We squirted it on and let them sit for a little while to ‘dry’ so we could minimize the dripping effect!
While we worked, Sarah made the cutest ladybug to sit in our pot! She used one of the baker sticks to draw his face on! Very creative, I thought!
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