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I often think that since I work from home, preparing dinner every day should be easy. I’m in the house, I know what ingredients I have on hand and I have all day to plan. But somehow, that’s just not what seems to happen. I start out with good intentions in the morning, but I generally dive into work shortly after getting up and before I know it, the day has slipped away and there’s less than an hour to get dinner on the table.
That’s why quick and easy supper solutions are something that I always get excited about, and the new Club House Bag’n Season looked like just the type of product I could fall in love with. I received three packages of Club House Bag’n Season to test out and I couldn’t wait to get cooking!
The fabulous thing about this new product from Club House is that it creates a complete meal. The package comes with a cooking bag to fill with meat and vegetables. Then I simply sprinkle in the Club House seasoning, close the bag with the included tie and bake. I decided to make the Club House Bag’n Season Mixed Herb chicken with root vegetables since I had some great organic veggies to cook with.
- 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
- 3 cups chopped root vegetables, carrots, onion, potato, celery root, etc.
- 1 pkg. Club House Bag'n Season Mixed Herb Chicken
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Remove bag from Club House Bag'n Season Mixed Herb Chicken.
- Place chicken and vegetables into bag. Empty contents of Club House Bag'n Season Mixed Herb Chicken seasoning pouch over chicken and vegetables.
- Close bag with included tie and turn gently to coat contents.
- Place bag in a baking dish with chicken in single layer and pierce top of bag four times with a fork.
- Bake for approximately 50 minutes. Slit top of bag, remove contents and serve.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 4 Serving Size: 1 grams
Amount Per Serving: Unsaturated Fat: 0g
I added chopped potatoes, onions, carrots and celery root to the bag with the chicken and popped it in the oven. The bag kept the meat nice and moist as it cooked while steaming the vegetables to perfection. I couldn’t wait to dig in, and best of all, the meal took just minutes to prepare and less than an hour to cook!
Of course, in my household the biggest test of any meal is whether or not my boys will eat it. They both have a tendency to be picky eaters, though they’re both gradually getting over their hesitation about trying new foods. To my delight, they devoured the chicken and even ate most of the vegetables without a word of complaint!
And while I loved how quick and easy the Club House Bag’n Season meal was to prepare, I soon discovered that the best part of this tasty meal was the clean-up! Because everything cooks in the bag, the baking dish that held the food was still clean afterwards! Washing the dishes is my least favourite chore so I was elated to have one less dish to clean.
I’ve always said that there’s no such thing as a mom that’s not busy. Whether a woman has a career or stays home to raise her children, she’s sure to be tired out by the end of the day. That’s what makes Clubhouse Bag’n Season such a great choice for any family. Delicious, versatile, and quick to prepare, this tasty new product means less time in the kitchen and more time for you to relax and unwind at the end of the day!
What’s even better than a time-saving, easy weeknight meal? How about $2,000 in cash! That’s how much Club House is giving away in the Club House Bag O’ Cash contest. To enter, go to the Club House website now and tell them what you’d purchase with the payout.