This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Tyson Foods. The opinions and text are all mine.
What are your favorite memories that stem around The Peanuts Gang? I remember watching Charlie Brown and crew growing up. It was always a classic around the holidays. And now we’re excited that there is another Peanuts Movie (released in Theaters November 6th)! So in celebration of this, we have been doing a few fun things with the kids to celebrate. Like a Peanuts Movie Party with fun Peanuts Themed family dinner featuring the Flying Aces Bone.
Peanuts Movie Party
Around the holidays we always watch the Classic Peanuts movies. It is tradition to always watch one before we go trick or treating. And then another one on Thanksgiving Day. And yet another classic Peanuts Movie in December as we celebrate Christmas. So with the holidays now upon us, it is time to start our Peanuts fun.
In anticipation of The Peanuts Movie releasing we had a Peanuts Movie Party. Let me show you how easy it was.
Step 1– Shop at Sam’s Club to pick up the Tyson® Chicken Nuggets and Chicken Strips.
We always have a great supply on hand. Especially around the holidays. Because we all know the holidays are busy so it is great to have a quick and easy family dinner option on hand. Not to mention they are 100% all natural ingredients and a great source of protein! You can literally feed your whole gang with just one of these bags!
Step 2 – Pick up Peanuts colored paper plates and napkins. We want an easy family party. No need to have to do a lot of dishes afterwards. So I picked up yellow and orange paper plates and napkins to go with the theme.
Step 4 – Cook the Tyson® Chicken Nuggets and Chicken Strips.
Now because this is a themed family party we can’t just have plain Chicken Nuggets and Chicken Strips. No we want to stick with the theme. So we made Spooky Ghost Nuggets and the Flying Aces Bone with the Chicken Nuggets and Chicken Strips.
To get the Spooky Ghost Nuggets, you simply cook up the Chicken Nugget. Then take a slice of mozzarella cheese, cut two eye holes in the cheese and place on top of the Chicken Nugget. Return to the oven for 3-5 minutes while the cheese melts. And Ta-Da! You have a Chicken Nugget in costume! A Spooky Ghost to be exact!
For the Flying Aces Bone wrap a croissant strip around the Chicken Strip. Then bake at 400 degrees for 18-22 minutes. Until the chicken is warm inside and all the croissant is cooked and is no longer doughy in the center. Kids can decorate croissants with sauces as they like.
Step 5 – Pick your favorite Classic Peanuts Movie and enjoy as a family while you eat your Spooky Ghost Nuggets and Flying Aces Bone!
How to you get your family excited for the new Peanuts Movie?
How would you throw a simple Peanuts Movie party?
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