Win A Month’s Supply of Weaver Chicken Nuggets!

We’ve been spoiled lately with beautiful weather in my region but cold temperatures are coming this week.  That means A LOT of time spent indoors with the kids.  Many parents will be scratching their brains attempting to keep their children entertained.  We do a lot of crafts in my home but my son also LOVES to cook.  It’s seriously one of his favorite things to do! With all of our crafts, learning time, and cooking, I struggle to whip up something different for lunch everyday. 

 Weaver Chicken Nuggets gives me a perfect solution!  We can throw them on a baking sheet and finish our activities while they are cooking. The best part? Will and Zack LOVE them!  Just look at them attacking them!

As a mom, I am happy with them because not only do they get my picky son (Will) to eat, but they have zero grams trans-fat per serving and are high in protein.  I serve them with the boys’ favorite veggie (carrots) and whatever fruit they choose for the day. Their plates are colorful and nutritional with hardly any effort! The nuggets help me enjoy more time to make memories playing games, doing crafts, and just enjoying my children!

Professional chef Maureen Petrosky also has some tips for winter time indoor play with your kids:

  • Dine-in together.  Just because you don’t have time to create a meal from scratch, doesn’t mean you can’t put something on the table that’s wholesome and delicious. Keep it simple and serve chicken nuggets alongside a big salad and some fresh bread from the bakery. 
  • Spice it up.  Revisit your pantry or spice drawer to avoid extra trips to the grocery store. With simple ingredients such as rosemary, garlic, oregano or cilantro, you can quickly transform your family’s favorite meals into an array of dinner options. Get everyone involved in meal prep and use this time as an opportunity to catch up with one another.
  • Go camping indoors. The rule: no lights, phones or computers from dusk to dawn. Drape the couch and chairs with sheets for a makeshift tent. Put your sleeping bags on the floor, grab your flashlights, and share your best ghost stories.
  • Start a dance party. A great way to have some fun with your family is to get everyone dancing. Turn off the TV and turn on some good tunes. Make homemade trophies and prizes to give to the winners. Create special categories for best moves, best spins, most creative, most enthusiastic dancer.
  • Turn chore time into an a-maze-ing race. In ten minutes, you can create an indoor maze, complete with clues to take your family on an at-home adventure. Incorporate simple chores like putting away laundry, cleaning under the bed, or setting the table. The final reward can be their favorite dinner or an extra bedtime story.


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Disclosure:  Tyson provided me with Weaver nuggets in order to complete this review.  They will also be sending the winner their 4 coupons for free nuggets.  Opinions are 100% my own.


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  1. says

    We enjoy a family game themed night, or a movie theme night. Even though my kids are older I carry this tradition on with my granddaughter and they all love chicken nuggets! :)

  2. karen ferguson says

    Our favorite indoor activity is making forts with blankets and having a picnic with the lunches that they made!

  3. Ali says

    I love coming up with all kinds of games like hip charades etc. But reading together is great as well-especially if it is a really great book.

  4. Andrea Reynolds says

    I love crafting with my kids. Sometimes we do structured projects, but I enjoy most watching them use their imaginations and creativity in a free form craft.

  5. Cyndee Marling says

    My favorite thing to do with my grandkids is baking and crafting. My sons always liked to cook and bake with me (and now their wife and girlfriends appreciate their abilities)

  6. Mimi says

    My daughter and I love doing craft and projucts – i just had a baby so i decided to make a “I love me” book with my daughter i put a pic of her on the cover, inside we put what she likes and love ofcourse including her family and favorite color. she loves it so much she showes everyone that comes to visit.

  7. Cheryl Abdelnour says

    I shared on facbook—-

  8. deb k says

    My favorite indoor activity I enjoy with my your child is putting a puzzles together. It takes a few days to get it all put together. But we have a great time doing it.

  9. Terri S. says

    My granddaughter and I love to read one of her storybooks together and I encourage her to imagine a different ending to a book. I also ask her to add new characters to the story that do different things in her new version of the basic story. I love to see her using her imagination. :-)

  10. Janet F says

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  11. corey says

    We enjoy making forts – we have those crazy forts sticks and balls that you can make awesome forts with. We all have fun.

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  13. renee walters says

    My kid’s and I do puppet shows for each other all the time! Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
    Renee Walters

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  17. Jennifer Chaisson says

    I commented “Yay, thanks…we eat lots of cheese” on your post about the kraft coupon $.50/2 making for a good deal at Harris teeter starting tomorrow!

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  19. DeeAnn S says

    We like to have “Dinner & a Movie” theme night. If we watch 101 Dalmations, dinner is hot dogs, if we watch Dumbo, it’s peanut butter & jelly sandwiches, etc. It’s lots of fun. Thanks.

  20. Tabatha Carlson says

    I have liked momondealz onFB
    I have liked Weaver on FB

    My kids like to do a lot of crafts when indoors. We also play with legos and board games.

  21. Theron W..... says

    My two daughters and I enjoy yoga hatha as an indoor activity. That and giving support to each other’s art work.

  22. TRACY SIMMS says

    favorite indoor activity you enjoy with your children: WE READ BOOKS, LOOK AT TRANSFORMERS, BATMAN, ETC MOVIES, AND SING SOME SONGS WILL WE DANCE :)

  23. TRACY SIMMS says

    I tweeted the following:
    Win A Month’#momondealz Supply of Weaver Chicken Nuggets!

  24. cassandra says

    My son and daughter love our family game night where we sit down as a family and choose different board games to play with one another.

  25. Jennifer says

    My family loves game night. From board games to cards, it’s time together laughing, talking and enjoying each others company.

  26. Michele K says

    My favorite thing to do with the kids (if they haven’t been fighting with each other) is to snuggle on the couch watching one of their favorite movies :). When they were a lot younger was to get out all thir craft supplies and create things to hang up or put on the fridge..It’s so amazing to see their little hands crafting things and watch their facial expressions while they’re working :)


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