This lunch of hot chicken pieces (winglets and drumettes) and sweet potato fries is quick to prepare, provides protein, high quality carbs, lots of vitamins and fiber to help your child learn and play with sufficient energy through the rest of the day.
|4||pieces, Maple Leaf Prime, Naturally, Canadian Farm Raised Wings, Buffalo flavour|
|Optional – one pouch of buffalo sauce warmed in a cup of boiling water|
|1||1 large handful of frozen crinkle cut sweet potato fries|
|1 tbsp||Ketchup, or as much as is preferred|
|1||unit of pre wrapped cheese|
|1 cup||fresh, raw green beans, washed, tips cut and strings removed|
|2||high vitamin C mini tomatoes or several of any kind of sweet mini tomato|
|1||large slice of orange, cut into halves|
|1||kiwi, washed and slicedd. Peel if you wish.|
|1 cup||cold 2 % milk.|
4 pieces Maple Leaf Prime, Naturally, Canadian Farm Raised Wings, Buffalo flavour
Optional – one pouch of buffalo sauce warmed in a cup of boiling water
1 large handful of frozen crinkle cut sweet potato fries
1 tablespoon of Ketchup, or as much as is preferred.
1 unit of pre wrapped cheese
1 cup of raw green beans, washed, tips cut and strings removed
2 high vitamin C mini tomatoes or several of any kind of sweet mini tomato
1 large slice of orange, cut into halves
1 kiwi, washed and sliced
8 oz. 2% milk, cold
Place the chicken on a parchment lined baking sheet and into a pre-heated oven at 450 F degrees for 20-30 minutes until cooked through and hot.
During the final 15 minutes of cooking, add the fries to the sheet to bake until crisp.
In the meantime, prepare the fresh beans and the fruit, arranging them in groupings on a serving plate.
Add the cheese to the plate.
Remove the wings and fries from the oven. If you wish to put hot buffalo sauce on the wings, place them into a small bowl, pour the sauce over top and toss until well coated.
Arrange the wings and fries on the serving plate with the other items.
Pour the cold milk into a glass and place on the table with the lunch.
If your child is a teen, add more wings, fries and veggies to satisfy teen lunchtime nutritional and energy needs.
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