Get Ready to Gameday with Foster Farms + Giveaway #FosterFarmsGameday

**I received free coupons so I could try out the product and give an honest review. My thoughts are 100% my own and others may have a different opinion.**


It’s our favorite time of year….football season! NFL is great (go 49’ers) but the team our whole family roots for is The University of Utah. Growing up I think I just liked U of U because my parents liked BYU and the UTES were their biggest rivals. So I think it started off as just a form of rebelling. Then I went to college there, so now they are in my blood. Every game is a big deal to us. If we aren’t able to actually be at the game, then you can bet we are watching them and cheering them on at home!


Whether we have friends over to watch the game or not, I like to make easy game day foods. I don’t want to spend all day cooking and I love having finger foods so we don’t have to have too many utensils and can just gather around the around the family room. Foster Farms helps to get me game day ready with their delicious ready-to-cook foods. 


019 Foster Farms Crispy Strips are one of my favorites to make! Everyone loves them and you can add a variety of dipping sauces to make it fun. It just takes 15-20 minutes to bake and they are so juicy and tender on the inside and crispy on the outside. 




My kids love them better than chicken nuggets and I love giving them Foster Farms 100% all-natural Crispy Strips.




One of my favorite ways to eat them is to make Sticky Fingers. It’s a quick and easy sauce to make and when you smother your chicken strips in it, it brings it to a whole new level with a sweet, but spicy taste to it.



Here is the recipe I use to make this yummy sauce:


Sticky Fingers Sauce
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  1. 6 Tbsp. Franks Red Hot Sauce
  2. 4 Tbsp. Water
  3. 1 1/2 cups Brown Sugar
  1. Combine all ingredients in a saucepan over low heat. Stir often and continue to heat until sugar dissolves and the sauce thickens. Serve immediately.
  1. My husband personally likes to just dip his chicken strips into the sauce, but I love to coat my chicken strips completely in the sauce and add some ranch dressing to dip it in. Enjoy!
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  1. I would prepare Chipotle Wings and Bourbon Chicken.

  2. Ellie Wright says:

    I would make chicken Alfredo with the BONELESS SKINLESS BREAST FILLETS.

  3. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    The Chicken Patties would make some great game day “burgers.”

  4. Karen Glatt says:

    I would use the organic Chicken Strips to make my Asian Lettuce wraps that we all love!

  5. The Foster Farms Honey Crunch Corn Dogs – everybody loves them

  6. I would get some of the Chipotle wings. I wish I lived in an area that had all of their products. My Walmart has half a dozen varieties at most, and they have at least two dozen of the frozen strips and wings.

  7. I would use the organic chicken breasts to make kabobs

  8. shelly peterson says:

    I would prepare the Buffalo Style Strips for game day.

  9. Steve Weber says:

    I would use the boneless chicken patties to make little chicken sliders!

  10. Maybe some bourbon chicken to snack on.

  11. Nannypanpan says:

    I like the organic breast filets to make game day fajitas

  12. I like the fully cooked chicken strips and turkey meatballs.

  13. My kids would like to try the sausage + pancake on a stick.

  14. I would prepare the Honey Crunchy Corn Dogs.

  15. Charlene S. says:

    I would make the Chiptole Wings for game day.

  16. James Coyne says:

    Foster Farms Chicken Thighs

  17. The buffalo strips, yum! That would be great!

  18. Jennifer Rogers says:

    The Jumbo Honey Cruchy Corn dogs and The Cheese and Jalapeno Corn Dogs!

  19. I would make grilled chicken tacos, and smoked chicken sliders.

  20. I would choose a fresh turkey and have my husband smoke it on his smoker!

  21. Dana Rodriguez says:

    BOURBON CHICKEN! That sounds so good!

  22. Margaret Porter says:

    Honey Crunch corn dogs and chipotle wings!

  23. Margaret Porter says:

    We cook and get snack foods and beverages ready. Then we gather round the tube and watch. At halftime we pretty much finish it all!

  24. buffalo chicken tenders

  25. We all love the Chipotle Wings
    Thank You

  26. Trisha Burgess says:

    I would make the strips and meatballs and the Frank’s!

  27. Dawn Monroe says:

    I would use the breast fillets for chicken salad and shredded chicken.

  28. Oh I would love to use the Simply Raised ground turkey for some BBQ meatballs! Oh and the Buffalo Hot Wings would be so good with some ranch dressing!

  29. I would love to make meatballs with the ground turkey for game day.

  30. kelly nicholson says:

    ill take some breast fillets thanks

  31. Recently I became aware of their Simply Raised products. I like the idea of party wings – sounds lofty.

  32. The Wings or Corndogs would be great for a game day.

  33. I will definitely have to try this sauce recipe. 🙂

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