Easy Mini Chicken Nugget Sliders Recipe

Make Easy Chicken Sliders with Nuggets

Looking for food your kids will eat? This is the easiest recipe for chicken sliders you will find anywhere, and your kids will eat it! It is almost magic. Scroll down for the easy secret recipe. Enjoy!

Easy Mini Chicken Nugget Sliders Recipe

Easy Tyson Chicken Nugget Sliders.

First, we headed to Walmart to purchase Tyson Chicken Nuggets
    As a part of the Project A+™ program, we wanted to present a simple solution that helps make your "Back to School" journey easier. These mini nugget sliders are great for an after-school snack or a quick dinner. They make a snack that is truly fun to eat! Best of all, when you purchase Tyson products, you can help your school!
    Participation in the Tyson Project A+™ program is a simple way for your school to get extra cash for whatever it needs. Once your school is enrolled, an administrator or designated parent can collect labels and submit them to Tyson Foods (100 labels minimum). Upon verification, Tyson Foods will then send a check directly to the school within 4 to 6 weeks.

    Tyson Project A+™ program

How to Make Mini Chicken Sliders

Prepare Tyson nuggets, either in the Oven or the Microwave. Take a hot dog bun, and slice it into 3 sections. Then, place a Tyson Nugget inside each "bun". We added a pickle and ketchup. 

Poof! Sesame Street's, Amazing Mumford, would present this with: "A-la Mini-Chicken Sandwiches!"

Chicken Nugget Sliders are fun to eat.
Chicken Nugget Sliders are fun to eat.

Sister is upset she missed the snack. He cleaned his plate! 

That's okay, we just threw a few in the microwave.
Make Easy Chicken Sliders with Nuggets
Make Easy Chicken Sliders with Nuggets.

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Tyson. The opinions and text are all mine.

Lora Langston
Lora Langston

Lora is a homeschooling mom, writer, creator of Kids Creative Chaos, and Director of the Play Connection.

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