Kids Creative Chaos: Cool Things to do with Chicken Nuggets: Make Kid Friendly Appetizers

Cool Things to do with Chicken Nuggets: Make Kid Friendly Appetizers


Kid Friendly Chicken Nugget Appetizers

School is back in session, and after all that hard work, hungry kids need something fun to eat. Our kid friendly chicken nugget appetizers are one of many cool things to do with chicken nuggets! Best of all, when you buy Tyson® Chicken Nuggets, you can help your school! Scroll down to learn more about Tyson Project A+™. Enjoy!

Cool Things to do with Chicken Nuggets: Make Kid Friendly Appetizers
Cool Things to do with Chicken Nuggets: Make Kid Friendly Appetizers.

Tyson® Chicken Nuggets are made with 100% natural ingredients, all-white meat, and they are crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. Whether you make our kid-friendly appetizers for a party or as an after-school snack, your kids will get a kick out eating nuggets in a surprising, new way. Since they are breaded, you don't need to add more carbs to make mini chicken sandwich sliders- just use the nuggets as the sandwich breading!

After School Snack: chicken nugget appetizers
We added a pickle and some ketchup to our chicken nugget appetizers,
and they were a huge hit!

To help your school, start collecting Tyson Project A+™ labels from specially marked  packages. Visit to nominate your school. Share a compelling story that includes why you are nominating your school through Tyson Project A+™. The school with the most nominations will receive a packet of labels worth $1,000 to help their school get a head start on collecting Tyson Project A+™ labels!

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Though we currently homeschool, we nominated our old school, Robey Elementary. Robey is a fantastic school that nurtures children and offers many opportunities for gifted students.

Even though we were moving from the district, my son was still offered the opportunity to attend the gifted program.

As a preschooler attending their preschool program, they quickly recognized his strengths and often allowed him to work and play at his own pace. In kindergarten, once again his abilities were nurtured. Then, in first and second grade, he was able to study his special interests in more depth. This kept him interested in school, as he was beginning to hate it due to boredom.

"I already know that." And, he did... We're so thankful the school was paying attention.


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