Save on Dinner with Kraft: Easy BBQ Chicken Recipe

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by on April 9, 2014

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kraft BBQ chicken CollageOne of the biggest ways you can save each week on your grocery bill is by checking your local ads, using coupons, and then planning your meals based on those sales. With the beautiful weather we have been having here in Arizona, I’m ready for some BBQing – and that is why I’m very excited to see the sales this week at Albertson’s. Check below for an Easy BBQ Chicken Recipe so you can have a simple and yummy dinner this week.

Check your local ad (based on Arizona ad and sales) to find coupons for:

  • Kraft Macaroni & Cheese just $.48 (limit 4)
  • Kraft BBQ Sauce just $.49 (limit 6)
  • Kraft Salad Dressing just $1.49 (limit 4)

At those prices you will want to stock up! I buy the maximum I can, and that I know my family will use so that I won’t be paying full price later this month. There are plenty of more coupons available, so look through the Albertson’s ad to find all the sales and coupons. Don’t forget you can also check the Coupon Database for other manufacturer coupons.

Not in AZ? Don’t worry, watch for sales so you can grab some hot deals as well. And then get your grill ready because it is time to BBQ! Here is a simple recipe for BBQ chicken:

How to Make Quick & Easy BBQ Chicken

Ingredients:

  • chicken (we use chicken breasts, but grab wings, thighs or whatever you enjoy)
  • Kraft BBQ sauce

Directions:

  • Prepare your chicken by getting it ready for the grill. If frozen, defrost. (We cut our chicken breasts into smaller strips so you get more sauce! Plus, the chicken goes further).
  • Heat your grill.
  • Place your chicken on the grill and cook about 10 minutes for breasts, or 12-16 for legs or thighs. The meat will start to turn white, the skin will start to crisp and the fat will begin to drain.
  • Flip your chicken over and apply your first even layer of BBQ sauce while the other side is cooking (about 5 minutes).
  • Flip the chicken again and put BBQ sauce on the other side of the chicken.
  • Your chicken is done when it reaches an inter temperature of 165 degrees F.
  • Tip: Wrap your meat in foil until you are ready to serve it to keep it nice and hot.

Serve your BBQ chicken with a salad, roasted vegetables, fresh fruit, baked potatoes, Kraft Mac & Cheese (on sale this week!), or whatever else is easy and a family favorite.

Hurry over to Albertson’s to grab these sale items and save on family dinners!

Quick & Easy BBQ Chicken Recipe
 
Ingredients
  • chicken (we use chicken breasts, but grab wings, thighs or whatever you enjoy)
  • Kraft BBQ sauce
Instructions
  1. Prepare your chicken by getting it ready for the grill. If frozen, defrost. (We cut our chicken breasts into smaller strips so you get more sauce! Plus, the chicken goes further).
  2. Heat your grill.
  3. Place your chicken on the grill and cook about 10 minutes for breasts, or 12-16 for legs or thighs. The meat will start to turn white, the skin will start to crisp and the fat will begin to drain.
  4. Flip your chicken over and apply your first even layer of BBQ sauce while the other side is cooking (about 5 minutes).
  5. Flip the chicken again and put BBQ sauce on the other side of the chicken.
  6. Your chicken is done when it reaches an inter temperature of 160 degrees F.
  7. Tip: Wrap your meat in foil until you are ready to serve it to keep it nice and hot.

 

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  • Debra Rutt

    It’s so true, you need to be flexible when you shop to buy what’s on sale to make those dollars stretch as far as they can. We love grilling in our house!

  • http://www.sahmreviews.com Scott

    Looks yummy! However, chicken should be cooked to 165, not 160 per the FDA.gov.

  • http://www.keep-up-with-the-jones-family.com/ KeepUpJonesFamily

    I love chicken, especially BBQ chicken! I’d love to try this, I’m going to hunt for equivalents over here in the UK :) Delicious!

  • valmg

    Yum! I really hope we can get a grill his year. Looking at those pictures made me miss having one!

  • Kristy

    This is something i’d call a “stockpile recipe”! Love it!!

  • http://www.savingcentswithsense.net/ Melissa Hurst

    Thanks Scott – I’ll update the post :)

  • The JetSet Family

    Wow, so simple! I love Kristy’s idea of a “stockpile recipe” – I’m going to do that also!

  • http://www.naturemoms.com/blog Tiffany

    Looks pretty simple!

  • Kasandria Reasoner

    We do this same exact thing a few times each summer. One of my favorite recipes for sure!
    Kas

  • SwaRai

    that chicken looks delicious! I just love Kraft products.

  • Chelsea Nicole

    I haven’t grilled in a while but after reading and seeing your pics I think it is time I changed that. Thanks for sharing.

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