Monday, April 1, 2013

Chicken and Eggo Waffle Kabobs for Kids!



We are so excited that Eggo has asked us to be one of their Chief Waffle Officer's! My 3 little boys are the biggest fans of Eggo waffles and I can not keep enough of them in my house!  We have come up with some really fun food ideas using Eggo waffles and we will be sharing our fun ideas every day for the whole week!  We are starting out with Chicken & Eggo Waffle Kabobs for Kids!  Chicken and waffles have become a very popular dinner. Turning chicken & waffles into kabobs makes this such a fun and easy dinner for the kids!  This is now a favorite of my boys...especially my 2 year old!

Chicken & Eggo Waffle Kabobs

5 - 8 Mini Eggo Waffles
4 - 7 Chicken Nuggets (We used Morning Star)
Kabob Sicks
Honey

Pre-heat your oven to 375. Bake the chicken nuggets for 10-15 minutes.  Flip over after 8 minutes. Toast the Eggo mini waffles. Rotate them on your kabob sticks.  Serve with honey.
Make sure to assist younger children with the kabob sticks so they do not hurt themselves!!:)

Wow mommy, this is such a fun dinner...


Mommy, you better leggo my Eggo Kabob....


Yay for Chicken & Eggo Waffle Kabobs!!


Here are my little Eggo Chief Officer helpers & Eggo eaters!:)


We would love to know how you would like to see different Eggo waffle options included.  A birthday, summer cook out, dinner party, snack at school?  We would love to hear from you!

Make sure to go to www.facebook.com/Eggo to enter your recipe ideas for "The Great Eggo Waffle Off" contest!  

The #EggoWaffleOff is going on now and your creative idea just might win!!!

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Disclosure: We are being compensated by Eggo for creating recipes to promote and inspire others to enter The Great Eggo Waffle Off Contest. We are huge fans of Eggo and we are expressing our own opinions for Eggo products.

12 comments:

  1. Love the kabobs idea. Chicken and waffles together ummmmm

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  2. What a great idea! Our home is gluten free, so I'll have to tweak things up a bit, but I can't wait to make this for my husband! :)

    Found you through Too Cute Tuesday!

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  3. This is the cutest idea! My little girl loves to dip!!

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  4. I love the kabob idea! I use any gimmick I can think of to get my son to try new foods. I think this might work! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. This is brilliant and such a great idea to get kids involved in the kitchen. I think my husband might even like this one too! We’d love for you to join our party and link up at Thrifty Thursday! http://www.livingwellspendingless.com/category/thrifty-thursday/

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  6. Never mind the kids--I think my youngest would love this, and he's 22, LOL! What a great idea!

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  7. we love the mini's - and this is such a fun idea

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  8. I just love this idea! My wonderful friend Heather & I started a linky party & I would love to have you come link up! > http://www.kaylascreationsblog.com/2013/04/circle-of-faith-link-party-1.html Hope to see you there!

    -Kayla :)

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  9. I've been loving all of you Eggo Waffles this week! They are all so fun! Thanks so much for sharing on Two Cup Tuesday at Pint Sized Baker. I've Pinned this!

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  10. Maybe add some banana?! My son LOVES bananas and honey.

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