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This holiday season we have been so incredibly busy! When we aren’t working, it seems like we are running around trying to decorate, bake, and wrap gifts. Last weekend we decided to take a break in the midst of the season to enjoy a few holiday movies as a family. I made some quick snacks, which included the Tyson Any’tizers Chicken & Spinach Bruschetta and a Cranberry Cheese Ball.
I actually received the idea for this fantastic Bruschetta from the Holiday Celebrations e-Gift Guide that I wrote about previously. They looked like something that would be quick for me to throw in the oven this time of year. With a cooking time of 10-12 minutes, you definitely can’t go wrong. Plus, several come in one bag, so you can keep them handy for when guests make an impromptu visit.
The Holiday Celebrations e-Gift Guide contains a ton of great ideas for holiday entertaining, and coupons for some of my favorite products. Based upon the recommendation from the e-gift guide, I set out to Walmart to purchase the Bruschetta.
I have tried the Tyson Any’tizers products before, but the Bruschetta is brand new and YUM, is it good! At my local Walmart I found a few different kinds, the Chicken & Bacon and the Chicken & Spinach. I love spinach, so I had to get those. The Tyson Any’tizers brand has several different types of appetizers that are all quick and easy to satisfy a crowd.
I found the Bruschetta in the freezer section of my local Walmart. It was on the end of the aisle and very easy to spot.
Cooking the bruschetta could not have been easier. The instructions said to place them on a baking sheet and put them in the oven for 10-12 minutes. I had my cooking stone nearby, so I put approximately 10 on my stone and put them in the oven for a bit. Don’t they look delicious? Once the cheese was all melted into them they had a fantastic flavor and almost reminded me of Spinach and Artichoke Dip. My husband even mentioned that for frozen appetizers, that these were amazing and didn’t taste like they came from a bag.
I’m glad that my family was able to enjoy these while we watched a holiday movie, and that I have some left over so that I can pop them in the oven when company comes over!
Do you ever do impromptu entertaining for the holidays?