Birds Eye, quick dinner rescue

Birds Eye have been helping families all over the uk with quick and easy to prepare meals. For me this means something that I don’t have to think about, and can be done between home time and after school clubs like fencing.

I set off with my Birds Eye vouchers to see what I could find. I know Birds Eye do peas! but they do lots more, including fast cook meals. The boy has become fond of one of their new Inspirations range and loves the fish with sun blush tomato, basil and oregano, which is a super speedy tea. In my book you can’t go wrong with fish as it has to be pretty good for you, and fish fingers are one of my freezer staples. I picked up some more well-known (and loved) Birds Eye waffles, or windows as they are known in our house. I also decided to try the new rice fusions, and some chicken pies.

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So our speedy Birds Eye tea was: chicken pie with windows and rice. The fragrant golden vegetable rice made a nice change, and one pyramid bag has enough for 3 of us. The whole meal took 40 minutes to cook, and while it looked after itself I had some time to help the boy with his school reading. Fitting in homework is something we are going to have to keep on top of now that the boy has moved up a year. Spending more time with the boy can be difficult during the week. Birds eye has a great range of all sorts of different foods for different tastes, and anything that makes my life easier at tea time has to be good.

This post is an entry for #Afterschoolchefs Challenge, sponsored by Birds Eye. Learn more on the Birds Eye Facebook Page.

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