Eating & Dinning

Lunching with CountryFair’s toast’em

Feeding a busy toddler who loves his food is a full time job, so now and again I’m on the lookout for something easy to make but that he will still enjoy.

TheSpare normally has freshly cooked vegetables and protein as well a fruit, and his cup of rooibos tea for lunch. He has a healthy appetite. Now and Again though, I’m too lazy to cook him a meal and today was one of those days.

A couple of days ago, while at my local Picknpay looking through the frozen veggies area, I came across this and I thought I would like to give it a try. They are crumbed Chicken toasties from Country Fair.  I was a bit skeptical though whether TheSpare would eat it.

Lunching with Country Fair's Toast'em

According to the instructions my job was to pop them into the Toaster for 5-6 minutes, With occasional turning and they would be ready. So I popped them in and kept turning them at 2 minutes intervals and well they came out okay.

We then proceeded with lunch , as I Served them with bread fingers and slices of oranges.
Lunching with Country Fair's Toast'em

TheSpare seemed quite happy with these for lunch. So I guess I will stock another box for the next lazy to cook day.

Now I’m awaiting feedback from TheHeir who is much more fussy with his food, so I don’t know if he will at all be impressed.

Would love to know of anyone else has tried them and what was your verdict.
Take care

Portia Lindi

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  • Reply pennypinchingpeach

    I’ve found myself using the lazy day meals a lot lately, since I’m on bed rest with two small children and my husband is almost never here. Glad this choice worked for you!

    June 15, 2015 at 4:41 pm
  • Reply K. Elizabeth @ YUMMommy

    I want to try these! Waffle cut chicken is so cool. If these come in a gluten free version, my kids would love them as well.

    June 15, 2015 at 7:35 pm
    • Reply lindiwem

      Hello Elizabeth thanks for stopping by let’s hope you can find some gluten free ones

      June 15, 2015 at 7:36 pm
  • Reply Mommy A to Z

    These sound good! I have a lot of days where I’m too lazy or busy to cook, and I like to give the kiddos something healthy they’ll actually eat. These sound like a great idea!

    June 15, 2015 at 8:49 pm
  • Reply Alyssa from The Sparkly Life

    I’ve never seen those before–how cool! I mean, waffle-shaped chicken?! My kids would go nuts for them. 🙂

    June 15, 2015 at 10:16 pm
    • Reply lindiwem

      Let me know if you find them in your part of the world

      June 15, 2015 at 11:02 pm
  • Reply Natasha

    Today was a lazy lunch for us; these would have come in handy!

    June 15, 2015 at 10:31 pm
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