|August 25, 2015||Posted by Madeline @ Food, Fitness, and Family under Recipes, Sponsored|
This post is sponsored by Farm Rich. All opinions and love for BBQ are my own.
If you know me at all you know that one of my absolute favorite things in the world are wings. I blame Chris for this obsession. I honestly can’t remember eating buffalo ANYTHING before meeting him. In college we would frequently go with friends to Applebees happy hour and chow down on wings and Blue Moon. Ever since those days my love for wings has run deep. Lately though I have been on a BBQ boneless wing kick as my “go to” with my favorite way to eat them being on a salad! Unfortunately my favorite salad is from a fast-food joint, which gets expensive (and unhealthy!). I’ve been on the quest though to be able to recreate it at home quickly for at a better cost. Fortunately I found Farm Rich Boneless Chicken Bites (BBQ Style) at my local Target and my problems were solved! I snagged some of the breaded Mozzarella Sticks for the girls at the same time 😉
With my BBQ chicken procured I set out then to replicate my favorite salad! The boneless Chicken Bites were super easy to prepare. I placed them on a wire rack over a cookie sheet to keep them nice and crispy. I thawed the BBQ sauce while the chicken was cooking and prepped the remainder of my salad toppings. I spent probably 5 minutes of actual hands-on time prepping this meal and ended up with a DELICIOUS salad!
BBQ Chicken Salad
- 4 Farm Rich Boneless Chicken Bites (BBQ Style)
- 1 slice of bacon (crumbled)
- Colby Jack Cheese
- ¼ avocado (cubed)
- Light ranch dressing
- 2 cups romaine lettuce
This salad was delicious! Bryn actually climbed into my lap and demanded my fork and claimed the salad for her own before I even got a few bites in. She’s obviously a girl after my own heart. Bonus fact? Farm Rich also makes the boneless Chicken Bites in a BUFFALO flavor which would be JUST as delicious in this exact same salad.
I didn’t leave Emmie out of the goodness though. For her dinner I used a couple of the boneless Chicken Bites without the sauce for her protein and then cooked up a few Farm Rich Mozzarella Sticks as a little treat. Both she and Bryn loved loved LOVED the Mozzarella sticks but who wouldn’t. I mean come on …. CHEESE.
Farm Rich is expanding their distribution and you can now purchase the products at select Target locations, including the one off Victory Drive in Savannah! There you can find Farm Rich:
- Mozzarella Sticks (America’s #1 selling cheese stick)
- Mozzarella Bites
- Bone-in Buffalo Chicken Wings
- Boneless BBQ Chicken Bites
Want to make my BBQ chicken salad OR try out the additional Farm Rich products now being carried at Target stores? Here is a $0.75 off coupon to use! You also connect with Farm Rich via their website | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | and Instagram.
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