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#ad Asian Lettuce Cups & Tyson Project A+ To Help Your Schools

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Last week I had parent orientation with all of my boys’ teachers. We talked about classroom rules, homework expectations, the kids’ daily routines, and then planned field trips for the year. Before leaving the classroom we were given a packet of papers that contained everything we discussed, including a list of supplies the classroom needs throughout the year. Most parents are good about making small donations of items here and there, but sometimes it’s just not enough to take care of the books, supplies, and field trips that the teachers and parents would like the kids to have.

#ad Tyson Project A+

When it comes down to it, the schools can always use extra support and donations to help with the kids’ education. I personally love for the kids to go on field trips. It gives them culture and added learning that can’t be gotten in a classroom. With the Tyson Project A+ Program, there is a way you can feed your family and donate to your school all at the same time. It’s so easy that you’ll hardly even realize you’re donating!

#ad Tyson Chicken Tenders

When shopping at Safeway, look for Tyson products that have the black Project A+ logo somewhere on the packaging. Attached to the price tag, you will also see a label that notes that the product will be qualified to have 10% of your purchase be donated to the school of your choice (an additional thanks to Safeway)! You purchase dinner, lunch, snacks, etc. and clip the label and send them in for a $0.24 donation to the school of your choice. After you sign up on the website and send in a minimum of 100 labels at a time, the school can use that money on whatever they decide is necessary. Head to the Tyson Project A+ website to get started. This works similarly to Box Tops for Education, but is specific to Tyson branded products. Keep an eye out for products such as the Tyson Any’tizers, Tyson Grilled & Ready, Tyson Mini Chicken Sandwiches, and more! You can see my Google+ Album to see what I purchased and to see more recipe pictures.

#ad register school for tyson project

Enrolling your school is easy as pie. Just fill out the form that looks like the picture above, and fill out some personal info, and you’re good to go! Then after you have made qualifying purchases, you will use your receipts to help you fill out the redemption form online. Don’t forget to feed the family something yummy with that chicken though!

#ad Asian Lettuce Cups Recipe

I thought these Honey Battered Chicken Tenders looked super yummy and decided to take the recipe off the back of the package, to fix lunch for the hubs and me. Asian Lettuce Cups straight from the Tyson package, and they were SOOO tasty! Just get the ingredients listed on the back of the package here, and follow the instructions below. I actually omitted the green onions and used a garlic teriyaki sauce in place of the Hoisin sauce. Turned out great!

Asian Lettuce Cups

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#ad Asian Lettuce Cups & Tyson Project A+ To Help Your Schools
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Serves: 4
 
Ingredients
  • ½ pkg Tyson Honey Battered Breast Tenders
  • 1 Tbs Canola oil
  • 2 gloves garlic, minced
  • 2 tsp fresh ginger, grated
  • 1 red bell pepper, seeded and thinly sliced
  • 1 cup cabbage, shredded
  • ¼ cup ginger teriyaki sauce
  • 4-5 leaf lettuce cups
Instructions
  1. Cook chicken for 8-10 minutes in an oven preheated to 450°.
  2. While chicken is cooking, heat oil over medium-high heat. Add the garlic and ginger and cook for 2 minutes.
  3. Add the pepper and cabbage to pan and cook for 2-3 minutes or until warm.
  4. Remove veggies from heat and stir in sauce.
  5. Divide chicken between lettuce cups and top with the cabbage mixture.

 

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