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Now, doesn’t this chicken look absolutely beautiful? It did! It was also delicious too. What else was it though? A toddler mess! Think about BBQ and toddlers, what comes to your mind? My mind goes to sticky, messy clothes, face, and body! That means a bath tub must be nearby, right?
Not so! You could easily use these Wet-Naps to clean up that mess and make your baby glow again. That’s exactly what we did. My husband and I love BBQ and we also love enjoying the nicer weather by cooking out with friends. That means we do not always have time to take our toddler and put her in the bath tub when friends are here too. Of course, when it’s summer and a pool is nearby, that works too I guess although I’m not really sure who wants to go swimming in BBQ water.
I headed out to Walmart last week to pick up a few items to make this Grilled Lemon BBQ Chicken and also stopped by and picked up a few packages of Wet-Naps, knowing we would need them on standby. I remember as kids my grandma never left the house without these because we were always making messes somewhere. What can I say…kids are messy! What’s better than Wet-Naps? Wet-Naps with a COUPON, print one HERE, while supplies last!
I love that I can use the plastic containers to store one in each car and also keep one at home in the kitchen too. Then, they have boxes of individual Wet-Naps, these are perfect to hand out to guests too during the BBQ. Have you ever eaten BBQ ribs? We have those often and everyone ends up needing a Wet-Nap!
Our daughter was covered with sauce almost as soon as the plate landed in front of her. She was perfectly happy about it too, thankfully I remembered to take her shirt off because BBQ stains are a whole other ballgame!
I had our Wet-Naps on the table in preparation for the ‘wash down’ that would soon come!
I mean really, can she be any cuter? She may be messy but she is a cutie!
Clean up was simple with Wet-Naps. We used a couple and had our clean, happy baby back!
Of course, then she decided she wasn’t done yet…good thing we had a bunch!
Now are you ready to get messy and enjoy this Grilled Lemon BBQ Chicken? I’m leaving the recipe for you, be sure to head out and stock up on Wet-Naps while you pick up these ingredients!
- 2 Medium Size Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breast
- 1/2 Lemon
- 1/4 Cup BBQ Sauce
- Ziploc Bags
- In a large Ziploc bag combine the chicken, with squeezed lemon juice from 1/2 a lemon, and the BBQ Sauce. Let this marinate for 2-4 hours.
- When ready to serve grill the chicken on medium heat on both sides for 10 minutes or until chicken is well done and tender.
Be sure to enter the Wet-Nap contest, the Most Original Mess Contest. Participants can upload a photo entry of their messy kids and share the link across social media. The photo with the most votes wins a $1,000 giftcard to Walmart and a year’s supply of product. Voting will close on June 16. Head over to the contest to learn more!
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