Stacy Tilton Reviews: Are you ready to "Rule Your Roost?" #Giveaway Ends 9/9 #FFRuleYourRoost

Friday, August 25

Are you ready to "Rule Your Roost?" #Giveaway Ends 9/9 #FFRuleYourRoost


If you're a parent you can probably agree that getting back into school time routines can be hard. From getting up earlier in the morning to working out dinner plans around everyone's schedules. It's just a lot to handle all at once and takes a little adjustment time for everyone. I know for me having a teenage son this year that's driving himself to school and only going half days to work in the afternoons is really taking its toll. I never know what time he will be getting home for dinner but hate to eat without him. I'm one of those moms that likes to have my families meals in order for everyone. I guess you could say I like to Rule the Roost when it comes to meal time.


The kind people over at Foster Farms have some quick and easy dinner solutions to help you "Rule Your Roost" while getting into your back to school routine. All while providing an incredible range of tasty, protein-rich, super easy-to-prepare meals your family will love. Just think about how easy meal time could be by incorporating Foster Farms frozen crispy strips, buffalo wings, chicken nuggets and many other frozen chicken products as well as their variety of corn dogs.


For me pairing up Foster Farms Corn Dogs with a fresh salad is a great way to provide my kiddos with a complete meal and be that awesome mom that rules her roost. The corn dogs are super quick and easy to cook while I'm preparing the salad and getting the dinner table set up. And that makes everything come together quiet well..and all under 30 minutes!

Foster Farms corn dogs are available in three great flavors, Honey Crunchy, JalapeƱo & Cheese and Chili Cheese. They even come in a 40-ct box of mini honey crunchy corn dogs that are the perfect quick and easy dinner solution to go from your freezer to table in under 30 minutes. They can sure help you Rule Your Roost with a quick and easy dinner after a long and hectic school day.


Who wouldn't like to have dinner ready from freezer to table in under 30 minutes? I know I would.

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48 comments:

  1. I would make french fries with them

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  2. I would do some tot cups with a side of sliced tomato, avocado, and pickles. Oh and dips of course!

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  3. Jessica ToAugust 26, 2017

    We would do mac and cheese with them!

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  4. I would make French fries with the corn dogs.

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  5. We always pair corn dogs with either macaroni and cheese or mashed potatoes and gravy.

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  6. My kids would want fries to go along with it

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  7. Tater tots with our corndogs.

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  8. I would pair the Foster Farms Corn Dogs with french fries.

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  9. I would make some macaroni and cheese and some fruit salad :)

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  10. I would serve corn and some green salad with the corn dogs sounds great!

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  11. I would add baked beans, sauerkraut and a fresh fruit bowl of pineapple,strawberries and grapes.

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  12. We would make some smoked gouda mac and cheese to go with them.

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  13. I would pair mac and cheese and fresh salad.

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  14. I would do some mac and cheese and cucumber slices and tomato wedges

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  15. I would hand cut steak fries with seasoning and serve with a glass of milk for dinner.

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  16. My daughter loves corndogs. We honestly, would pair them with the usual...french fries and carrot sticks.

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  17. I would serve them with a salad.

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  18. Mac and cheese with fresh cooked broccoli mixed in.

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  19. I would pair my Foster Farms corn dogs with baked french fries. dwelchert at yahoo dot com

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  20. Sweet Potato fries and fresh green beans!

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  21. I was thinking a salad... then I saw the tater tot comment... yum!

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  22. Gator tots. Patricia wright. Patty.wright1958@gmail.com Twitter name Patricia wright

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  23. Tater tots. Patricia wright

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  24. Mac and cheese and broccoli!!

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  25. I'd just add a fresh green salad

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  26. I'd add green beans!

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  27. We like to pair our corn dogs with rice and corn!

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  28. I would pair it with mac and cheese.

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  29. French fries or macaroni and cheese

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  30. Mac n cheese and shoepeg corn.

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  31. Would pair it with french fries.

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  32. I would also make french fries and maybe mac-n-cheese too.

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  33. I would pair Foster Farms with Onion Rings or French Fries.

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  34. I'd probably make some macaroni and cheese and a veggie.

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  35. I would them with veggies like brocolli and corn

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  36. I would make some baked beans and corn on the side.

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  37. I would make tater tots and a vegetable

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  38. amy guillaume lindermanSeptember 04, 2017

    homemade mac and cheese and broccoli, which my kids like

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  39. We would have french fries. (jozywails@gmail.com)

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  40. I would pair these with fruit salad.

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  41. The grands always want FF but I usually do some baked beans and some cut up fruit with them.

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  42. My kids like corndogs with macaroni and cheese.

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  43. I would pair this with fresh corn-on-the-cob and macaroni and cheese!

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