2016,  family,  Foodie Friday,  freezer meals,  hubs,  Marriage,  Party,  Pinterest,  Recipes,  Sponsors

#ad Chicken and Waffles

This post is written by me on behalf of Tyson Foods, Inc. All opinions are entirely my own. This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #GameTimeHero #CollectiveBias Chicken and Waffles

Chicken and Waffles may not sound like your typical tailgating food, but with football season is upon us and with good football game comes good food! I am always on the lookout for new recipes and trying new things. One thing that people always seem to love at tailgate parties are sliders so I decided to make my own version and try something new.  How do Chicken and Waffles with Blue Cheese sauce sound? Sounds good to me!

chicken-and-waffles

I headed to Walmart for my boneless wings, because they are only $10 for a bucket of 20 wings! You just can’t miss out on that kind of deal! I bought some honey BBQ, but there are many kinds of wings that you can get, depending on your stores Hot Deli. Like Buffalo, Hot, General Tso’s, Honey BBQ, Ranch. Plus they are fresh, convenient and perfect for an at home Tailgate party!

boneless-wings

img_20160924_151911

When I brought the wings home I practically had to fight the boys off of them until I could get the sliders finished! So I got started on my blue cheese sauce right away. It only took about 3 minute to make the sauce, it really is that easy!

blue-cheese-sauce

I found this blue cheese also in the deli area.

img_20161004_105214

 

I cooked up my waffles (frozen ones work fine!) then I used a small circle cookie cutter to cut out my pieces for the slider.

img_20161004_110122

This Blue Cheese sauce turned out amazing. And it worked perfectly with these Chicken and Waffles.

img_20161004_110434

It didn’t pour out as smooth and look as pretty as I had imagined in my head, but thankfully, I am sure you get the idea, right?

img_20161004_110126

So now I have delicious Chicken and Waffles with a Blue Cheese sauce for my guests to eat. What are you eating at your next tailgate party?

2 Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.