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I was recently sent out on a mission for Hilshire Farm Grilled Essentials and ask to create a breakfast dish using the new product. I knew that I would be trying the Grilled Chicken Breast and using it for breakfast burritos. Breakfast burritos are my husband’s favorite and he is usually the one that is scrambling in the morning to eat breakfast and get to work. He also rarely eats lunch so he normally fills up on breakfast.
I headed out to Walmart to pick up my Grilled Essentials, they were easily located next to the lunch meat. The Grilled Essentials are fully cooked chicken breast. There are various flavors, to fix them all you do is put them in the microwave for a minute and warm them up, then serve. The box contains 2 chicken breast. These are perfect to add to breakfast items or lunch items such as a salad or wrap, especially when you may not have time to cook chicken breast. This product is very similar to the precooked grilled chicken strips that are located in the same area.
I am trying to eat healthier for breakfast and lunch, so with these being 98% fat free, this is a win!
I also appreciated that when I picked up the box there was a coupon stuck to it that I was able to use for the purchase. I am one of those consumers that marketers love, if there is a coupon on the box, I am more likely to purchase it.
Simply heat them up in the microwave, keeping them in these little pouches.
My husband taste testing his breakfast for this week, he loved it. We added eggs, peppers, and cheese to the Grilled Essential chicken breast.
- 2 Grilled Essentials Chicken Breast
- 4 Scrambled Eggs
- 1 Red Pepper, Sliced
- 8 Burrito Size Tortillas
- Shredded Cheese
- Heat the chicken breast as indicated on the package, then slice into thin strips.
- Prepare the burrito with the chicken, eggs, red pepper, then top with cheese.
- We keep these in the fridge for the week and heat them up in the morning for breakfast. This is also a meal you can make a double batch of and freeze to heat up throughout the week or the following week as well.
Disclosure: This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. The thoughts and opinions of the product as well as the recipe are my own.