This is the look you get when you ask a fourteen-year-old boy to look happy about going grocery shopping on Spring Break instead of sleeping in or playing video games:
But this is the look you get when he gets to be the taste-tester.
MMM, MMM, good!
He’s only ever wanted ketchup on chicken. It’s time to branch out!
Since he’s recently developed a taste for spicy foods I had a plan in mind.
I created a Spicy Ketchup Dip — only 3 ingredients!
- 1/4 cup ketchup
- 1/2 tsp creamy horseradish sauce
- 1/4 tsp coarse ground black pepper
Just a few minutes, and you’ve got a delicious dip teens will gobble up! If your teen isn’t a fan of spicy dips, ranch dressing is always a great back up plan.
Want to jazz up your Tyson Chicken Fries Cordon Bleu Style? It’s easy!
After the fries were fully cooked I wrapped them in small pieces of deli ham and topped them with slivers of Swiss cheese, then tucked them back into the oven for a couple of minutes. Scrumptious!
Having a growing teen in the house means growth spurts along with an insatiable appetite. After Dianna noticed John’s pants were too short, it looks like I’ll be planning another shopping trip for new jeans!
At least my freezer is full of snacks for John and his friends.
He’ll be starting marching band practice this summer, which will mean a 3,000 calorie diet.
Looks like I’ll be shopping for more food every few days, just like I did when Aaron was younger! It will also mean no time for a family vacation for us unless it’s just a quick trip.
What are your favorite dipping sauces for chicken? Let me know in the comments section.
Have you planned your summer vacation yet? Check out Club Tyson on Facebook – soon you’ll be able to enter to win Six Flags tickets for your family vacation! Even if you only have a small window of time this summer (like us) Six Flags is a great get-away!
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