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Easy Bacon Chicken Mac & Cheese #shop

The holidays are around the corner and it’s such a busy time for many people.  It’s nice to keep a few items on hand to make entertaining or feeding your family a bit easier during this hectic time of year.  Nestle family size frozen  foods make putting hot meals on the table super easy.  With a few mix ins or sides the entrees become a satisfying meal to gather around.  The best part that it takes very little effort or time.

This bacon chicken macaroni and cheese is so easy to make and is such a time saver.   Rotisserie chicken and crispy apple wood bacon add so much favor to the mac and cheese.   A few dashes of hot sauce and fresh tomatoes help balance the richness of the cheese and gives the dish a little kick and pop of freshness.  If you don’t have chicken on hand you can use canned tuna.

Easy Bacon Chicken Mac & Cheese #shop


Keeping a few frozen party size entrees, such as lasagna,  can make preparing dinner for your family or guests less stressful especially if you’re short on time.

Stouffer's Party Size Meals #shop

Here’s another quick meal idea that is perfect for game day.  Pair pizza with guacamole for an easy and fast meal.  Done!

Digiorno pizza served with guacamole and chips makes for an easy meal for Sunday football!  #shop

Digiorno pizza served with guacamole and chips makes for an easy meal for Sunday football!

Nestle is featured in the Live SoFab holiday digital magazine.  Check it out for some great ideas for the holidays!

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One Response to Easy Bacon Chicken Mac & Cheese

  1. What an awesome idea to add to your Mac N Cheese! #client

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