This post is sponsored by Foster Farms.
College football bowl season is almost here and starting December 16th through the early part of January there are many great opportunities to Feed Your Fandom with Foster Farms while watching the bowl games. Including the Foster Farms Bowl and the exciting matchup between the Pac-12 and the Big Ten, airing on Fox Sports on December 27th at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA. How exciting is that? Food and Football that’s always been a family favorite in my house. Our family is also a big fan of the Rose Bowl and the Rose Bowl parade. I’m also a big fan of entertaining and with the help of Foster Farms I came up with a great recipe.
How To Feed Your Fandom?
ONE: Find The Food
Foster Farms has a great line of products for all of your game day needs. Whether it’s a platter filled with wings, nuggets and corn dogs, Foster Farms has you covered. Foster Farms chicken breasts and legs marinated in your favorite sauce and grilled to perfection. Or Foster Farms sliced turkey that goes great for those game time hoagies and sandwiches.
TWO: Find Some Recipes
Also on the packages and at this Foster Farms website you will find great game day recipes like Buffalo Blue Cheese Roll-Up Sandwiches, Easy Chicken Party Poppers, Chicken White Bean Chili and other game day recipe ideas as well as savings to Feed Your Fandom during the college football bowl season.
Chicken Cheese & Spinach Dip Recipe
1 pound cooked Foster Farms Chicken Breast
1 8 ounce cream cheese softened
3 cups raw baby spinach
1 tsp garlic salt
1 tsp hot sauce
1 cup grated Monterey Jack cheese
1. preheat the oven to 350 degree F
2. Chop up the cooked Foster Farms Chicken Breast ( I boiled the chicken in chicken broth and hot sauce)
3. Combine the cheeses
4. Sautee the spinach in butter and garlic salt then combine with cheese and stir.
5. Then fold in the chicken. Place in a baking dish and cook for 20 minutes or until bubbly.
For this project we used some fresh Foster Farms chicken. However, what I love about Foster Farms is how you could easily use some of their frozen chicken in any recipe. In fact, using their frozen chicken is my preferred method because it saves me so much time. With the variety too, it makes it easy to cook up a few different types of chicken> Make three different kinds of frozen chicken and throw in some Foster Farms corn dogs and you’ve easily got a party platter. I’m planning on making a full size party platter after our house is over this nasty flu bug.
Three: Find some Savings:
At participating supermarkets you will find a code to scan on specially-marked Foster Farms packages of fresh chicken and also on signs in the frozen food aisle that will connect to up to $7.50 in coupon savings when buying participating Foster Farms products. Safeway always makes it easy for me to find the products I love and save.
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Feed Your Fandom by stocking up on Foster Farms during the college football bowl season and head to Foster Farms for great game day recipe ideas and savings. Don’t forget to watch the exciting year-end action when the Pac-12 battles the Big Ten in the Foster Farms Bowl airing on Fox Sports on December 27th at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA.