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Anyone else so glad it finally feels like spring?! I live near Lake Michigan, so all winter long it’s pretty cloudy. The days that the sun actually comes out feels like a real treat. Now that spring has sprung, it’s so nice to wake up when it’s sunny and enjoy the wonderful warmth of the sun all day long.
Eating the same thing everyday for lunch doesn’t bother my kids, but it gets kind of boring. It’s fun to spice things up a little bit and try new things or switch up the ordinary into some a little bit prettier. Chicken nuggets are a crowd pleaser around these parts and easy to prepare for this time pressed mother of 4.
On a recent trip to Walmart, the kids and I grabbed some Tyson Chicken Nuggets to decorate with a Springtime theme. Spring sunshine was the theme we ended up going with. It turns out I’ll never be one of those moms who can make the food look fun and cool enough to eat at the same time – I mean like wild flowers or animals. My kids love eating things kabob style, so we made our chicken and fruit kabobs into a sunshine with a sweet caramel mustard dipping sauce. The sauce was a fabulous complement to both the Tyson Chicken Nuggets and the fresh fruit.
Making the kabobs was super easy, I halved the cooked nuggets and used toothpicks to skewer a strawberry, nugget half and fresh pineapple chunk. These would be beautiful with any red, orange or yellow fruits. We all (myself included) enjoyed dipping our Springtime Nuggets into the bright sunshine colored dipping sauce.