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3rd grade is going to be awesome! I checked out their curriculum – multiplication, writing short stories. There’s also karate, soccer, and … GASP… girls! I wish I were kidding. I also volunteer at my Little Red’s school and work full time. It’s time to get back to the grind of things, back-to-school means back to the routine. How do we do this again? Oh right. Run here. Run there. I wish I were kidding about that too.
Take out seems logical, but I don’t want to spend $50, and you still have to do the dishes??? No, thank you! Instead, I’ll take shortcuts where I can. Teriyaki Chicken by Crazy Cuizine is a busy mom’s best friend – especially for back-to-school! All of Crazy Cuizine’s restaurant-quality meals are ready in just 18 minutes or less, and are delicious! I thought I would experiment with making Teriyaki Chicken Cups for my Little Red and his friends. All of Crazy Cuizine’s products are made with high-quality, mostly U.S.-sourced ingredients and are free of preservatives, trans fat and added MSG, so I don’t feel guilty feeding it to my son and his friends!
Teriyaki Chicken Cups
- 1 package frozen Teriyaki Chicken Crazy Cuizine
- 1 package crescent dough
- red pepper diced (optional)
- onion diced (optional)
- shredded carrots optional
- Make the teriyaki chicken as directed on the package. In the last 2 minutes of cooking, add your optional ingredients. Finish cooking and remove from heat. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Roll out your dough with the help of a little flour. Cup the dough with a knife into 3 in X 3 squares, or big enough to fit a muffin tin. Stuff the dough into the muffin tin. Add cooked the teriyaki chicken. Bake for 15 minutes. Makes 8 Teriyaki Chicken Cups.
Mom Alert! The sweetness from the teriyaki sauce helps in hiding the veggies, which I love taking advantage of! For some sneaky mom action, add shredded carrots, spinach or broccoli puree. Not too much, though, or it will change the taste.
My son and his little friends LOVED these. When I dropped off one of his friends back home, he asked his mom to get my recipe for my Crazy Cuizine Teriyaki Chicken Cups! Best compliment ever! … ps: notice the girl flip flops… growing up way too fast! (sad face)
What are your favorite kid-friendly meals to make for back-to-school?