here , so that was the inspiration for the recipe I used here – I just made it my own. Maple-Mustard Chicken Sandwiches Ingredients: 2 lbs. frozen chicken breast tenders 1/2 cup maple syrup (choose whatever flavor you like, plain maple is also delish.) 5 tbsp. spicy brown mustard 1 clove garlic, pressed or minced Combine all ingredients in a slow cooker. Cook for 4 hours on high or 6 hours on low. Chicken should be very tender. Shred with two forks and drain excess liquid. Serve on bread or sandwich buns. Makes 8 sandwiches. I also made smashed garlic potatoes and threw in some microwave-steamable sweet kernel corn, as well as some treats for dessert! It was as easy as can be, and reminded me that giving back doesn’t need to be this huge, overwhelming, time-consuming, back-breaking effort. It can be as simple as giving a hard-working mama the night off from cooking or buying a pack of gum from a company whose profits go to work feeding our nation’s hungry. It can be as simple as leaving a pack of gum in your mailbox with a note for your mail carrier. Or the person who takes care of your kid in the nursery so you can enjoy church. Or it could be as simple as buying an extra pack of gum for your cashier at Meijer and telling him or her about the Project 7 mission. As you’re reading this, a surprise package is on its way or has already been delivered to my friend. I hope this package makes her day. Putting it together for her sure made mine!I first began experimenting with maple and mustard after making this recipe
You know what else would make my day? If you watch this short video about Project 7. It. Is. Awesome. Not only will it give you warm fuzzies AND goosebumps at the same time, it tells you all you need to know about why they do what they do, and how you can help them change the world.
Did you catch that? They want to give away 1 million meals and plant 1 million trees next year!
What products do you love to buy because they give back?