24 Photos - Dec 19, 2011
Photo: First, I always make a list before going to the store. This is very important because I always forget something if I don't make one. Plus, it's easier to save money this way!Photo: We made it to Walmart in Woodstock, Georgia on Highway 92!Photo: Let's go!Photo: There are many signs and special areas set up for the holidays to direct us straight to all the great sale items. We've bought so many of our Christmas gifts at Walmart this year!Photo: We finally found the Tyson Mini Chicken Sandwiches in the freezer area. We had a tough time finding them at first because they are separated from other Tyson products, but can be found in the stand-up coolers (without doors).Photo: There were two different kinds of Mini Chicken Sandwiches available: plain Mini Chicken Sandwiches and Mini Chicken Sandwiches with Cheddar Cheese. Since my kids love cheese, I went for these. I had a feeling they'd be a hit.Photo: There are eight servings per box, which means 8 sandwiches!Photo: There are several items surrounding the Tyson Mini Chicken Sandwiches, including State Fair CornDogs and Mini-Hamburgers.Photo: Also located nearby were the Great Value Southern Style Chicken Sandwiches, which resemble the Tyson Mini Chicken Sandwiches, but were a few dollars cheaper.Photo: The Tyson Chicken Minis were right under $6.00. You see the prices of similar items, too.Photo: After all of my shopping is complete, it is time to check out. I checked off all items on my list as they were added and ended up with all items needed. As you can see, we needed whole milk and cereal for breakfast this week, chips to go with sandwiches this week, Easy Mac N Cheese for Liam (he's very picky, but loves these) and lastly we bought a whole chicken.Photo: I have to admit, I was most excited about getting home to try the Mini Chicken Sandwiches. After shopping for food, I am always starving! Since I get home late, I know this will be a great option because they will be easy to make. The whole chicken is for a Christmas party tomorrow. My husband and I make a delicious (in  my opinion) Baked Ginger Ale Chicken and this is what we are bringing for the potluck party. This takes a while to prep, so this is another great reason for trying Tyson Mini Chicken Sandwiches. With the holidays nearing, we are busier than ever and I definitely need all the help I can get!!Photo: Since the Mini Chicken Sandwiches are frozen, you can easily heat via the microwave.Photo: I love that the directions on each individually wrapped package of 2 sandwiches!Photo: Here are the two cooked Tyson Mini Chicken Sandwiches! We let it sit for a few extra seconds to cool off before letting the boys give them a try.Photo: I was initially worried that the cheese wouldn't melt properly, but, as you can see, it melted perfectly on top just like on a grilled cheeseburger or chicken sandwich should be! Yummy!Photo: So, now its time for the true test... will the boys like them? Yes, Tyson Mini Chicken Sandwiches were a total hit in our home! They both gobbled down their sandwich and said they want to eat another for lunch tomorrow. Who am I to deny them since the box came with 8? :)Photo: Extreme close-up! You can really tell how soft the bread is in this picture. It's fluffy and, since the packaging remains around the sandwiches while cooking, it steams the bread to perfection!Photo: Cooking is a snap because you just put the package straight in the microwave! Easy!Photo: Then, you cook for about 45-55 seconds on one side, turn it over and heat for another 35-45 seconds (on high heat). It will be super hot when finished, so let it sit for a minute before trying to remove the packaging.Photo: With everything checked off on my list, it's now time to recycle this sheet of paper and start my new list! I can safely say this trip was a success!Photo: This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for...

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