Ever since COVID hit us I’ve been finding myself making trips to Aldi’s. Aldi’s has some major cool fines that you would never find in your local grocery store. I wish I would have shopped here a long time ago, I can’t imagine what I probably have been missing.
My frequent shopping trips always have me wandering down the isles even if I’m there just for paper towels. Guys let me tell you, I personally feel that Aldi’s paper towels are the best, just as good as Bounty. They are very sturdy and will quickly absorb any spills. I highly recommend giving them a shot.
For the last two weeks I’ve been seeing Contessa Cutting Board Meal Kits popping up in the freezer section. Each time there are usually only a few left so I knew this was going to be a good fine and for only $9.99 this would be a perfect at home lunch date for JC and I.
The kit is enough to feed a family of two. All cooking ingredients come in the package and you only need to have a few extra items on hand (bowl, baking sheet, cutting board and knife/pizza cutter). This particular kit came with 4 flatbread’s, sweet and spicy BBQ sauce, shredded cheese, chicken, quarter pineapple spears and a medley of bacon, red and green onions.
Make sure you keep the kit frozen until ready to use.
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees and while the oven is preheating start defrosting the sweet and spicy BBQ sauce in a bowl of warm water. This should take about 5 minutes to thaw.
When the oven reaches 400 degrees, start assembling your flatbread pizzas.
Spread sauce all over each of the four flatbreads
Next, add the shredded cheese
Followed by the chicken
Top the chicken with 4 pineapple chunks and the melody of bacon, red and green onions.
I wish they would have given us more pineapple chunks. I love pineapple on my flatbread.
In less than 30 minutes from start to finish you have a very filling lunch. If you would make this for dinner I would probably serve this with a side salad. Add on a crisp white wine such as a Pinot Grigio, Sangria, or a refreshing light beer, sit out on the deck and watch the sun set. This was a perfect at home lunch date to end the week.