BBQ Chicken Sliders

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BBQ Chicken Sliders and Fried Pickles

The summer grilling season is dwindling down, which means it’s time to think about after school snacks (and football food).  For both of these, I often run to my freezer for solutions!  Farm Rich has several options that we LOVE!  When I was a kid, I ate their cheese sticks all the time, and nowadays I also enjoy their Crispy Dill Pickles, Boneless BBQ Chicken Bites, Boneless Buffalo Chicken Bites, and Chicken Wings!

Farm Rich Snacks

These appetizers are so delicious, and since they cook up in about 15 minutes or less, they are perfect to serve for parties and last minute snacks and dinners.  (When we’re short on time, our son loves nothing bette than a box of boneless chicken bites for dinner!)

And if you like to think outside the box, you can also use Farm Rich Snacks as the base for a creative, new snack.

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Farm Rich products are located in the Frozen Appetizer aisle of your local.  (At our store it’s the first freezer we see.)

BBQ Chicken Sliders with Farm Rich

The other day I purchased a few different Farm Rich products, and I decided to transform the Boneless BBQ chicken Bites in to some delicious BBQ Chicken Sliders.  This is such a fun idea!  Using one or two boneless wings per slider, makes one box of these Chicken Bites go from enough food for a dinner for one, or appetizer for two, to an instant sandwich platter for the family!

 These little babies are also simple enough to serve on school nights (particularly when our son has to stay after school for marching band practice), and yet they are delicious enough to serve any time for anybody.  I definitely wouldn’t hesitate to serve them up for a party, and they will be perfect to to serve up on Football Saturdays!

BBQ Chicken Sliders Inside

And they are so easy to make and versatile.  Just add your favorite toppings!  A few things I like are found in the recipe below.

BBQ Chicken Sliders

BBQ Chicken Sliders

Ingredients:

Farm Rich Boneless BBQ Bites (about 12 pieces)

12 slider rolls

shredded iceberg lettuce

shredded cheddar cheese

ranch dressing or mayonnaise

Directions:

Cook Farm Rich Boneless BBQ Bites as directed on packaging. Dip in bbq sauce.

Cut slider size rolls down the middle to create tops and bottoms. One the top side of the roll, place about a tspn or ranch dressing or mayonnaise. Spread over the top and then add lettuce.

On the bottom of each roll, place one BBQ chicken bite. (If using some of the smaller pieces in the package, you may use two on one roll.) Then sprinkle with a little cheddar cheese.

Place the top of your sandwich over the bottom, and you've got a delicious slider!

Serve these up alongside other Farm Rich snacks like fried pickles and cheese sticks!

Also, try this same idea with Farm Rich Boneless Buffalo Bites!

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Are you an expert snack creator?  If you, you should enter the Farm Rich Back Your Snack Contest.  Read the contest rules for full details.

And look for demos of the finalists in select Walmart stores September 19-20 and October 10-11. Check here to see if your store is on the demo location list.

BBQ Chicken Sliders

What’s your favorite Farm Rich product?  Do you have a favorite snack hack or a fun way to transform frozen appetizers. Please comment on this post!

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Comments

  1. Julie Wood says:

    I am going to have to get some of these Farm Rich products. I have not looked at these at Walmart for a long time, and they look so delicious. I like the pickles also. I will be getting some of these products this week!

  2. These sliders look yummy!

  3. I would love to make these for our next family get together.

  4. Cute little sandwiches- I’d like to try them with cole slaw.

  5. This is the kind of meal to have on a day like today – if you get home from somewhere nice, you aren’t going to have the time to be slaving over the stove! These sliders look delish and I think I could gobble up a bunch!!

  6. Barbara Montag says:

    I love the flavors here!
    This is now a to buy on my grocery list.

  7. Oh what a fun easy idea!!! Carter would love those! I will have to try to make for him for lunch one day before he starts school! Those Crispy Dill Pickles sure look interesting!

  8. shelly peterson says:

    These chicken sliders look really good. I love pickles but have not tried these fried pickles yet.

  9. I’ve never tried fried pickles! Those sliders look great! Thanks so much for sharing at the Let’s Get Real Link Up!

  10. Omg, fried pickles! I had my first fried pickles in my late teens, early twenties, and I’ve loved them ever since! I’ll have to check out your sliders recipe, thanks for sharing on Merry Monday.

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