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November 26, 2014

A Thanksgiving Recipe for the Little Ones in Your Life

By Allie Magnuson
Grades PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8, 9–12

    If you're having kids over to your house for Thanksgiving, turn some of that turkey into nuggets. All it takes are three ingredients (plus the turkey) and a few minutes of your time.

     

    Ingredients:

    • cooked turkey

    • 1 tbsp. milk

    • 2 tbsp. honey

    • Panko bread crumbs

    • optional dipping sauces: honey, honey mustard, ranch, barbecue, ketchup

     

    Directions:

    1. Remove the turkey from the oven.

    2. Mix the milk and honey in one small bowl, and place the breadcrumbs in another.

    3. Once the turkey has cooled enough to handle, cut some of it into circle shapes (or use a small cookie cutter).

    4. Dip the pieces of turkey into the honey mixture, and then the breadcrumbs.

    5. Put the nuggets on a baking pan and set the oven to broil. (Watch carefully, as the oven will still be hot.) After a few minutes, turn the nuggets over. Take out when golden brown.

    I am thankful for my wonderful husband and daughter, my sweet beagle and hamsters, my good friends, my home in Las Vegas, my colleagues and students at C.P. Squires, and my associates at Scholastic.

    I am thankful for the end of one year, and for the beginning of a new one.

    Most of all, I am thankful for the people who take the time to read, comment, like, and share my posts. Happy Thanksgiving from my home to yours!

    If you're having kids over to your house for Thanksgiving, turn some of that turkey into nuggets. All it takes are three ingredients (plus the turkey) and a few minutes of your time.

     

    Ingredients:

    • cooked turkey

    • 1 tbsp. milk

    • 2 tbsp. honey

    • Panko bread crumbs

    • optional dipping sauces: honey, honey mustard, ranch, barbecue, ketchup

     

    Directions:

    1. Remove the turkey from the oven.

    2. Mix the milk and honey in one small bowl, and place the breadcrumbs in another.

    3. Once the turkey has cooled enough to handle, cut some of it into circle shapes (or use a small cookie cutter).

    4. Dip the pieces of turkey into the honey mixture, and then the breadcrumbs.

    5. Put the nuggets on a baking pan and set the oven to broil. (Watch carefully, as the oven will still be hot.) After a few minutes, turn the nuggets over. Take out when golden brown.

    I am thankful for my wonderful husband and daughter, my sweet beagle and hamsters, my good friends, my home in Las Vegas, my colleagues and students at C.P. Squires, and my associates at Scholastic.

    I am thankful for the end of one year, and for the beginning of a new one.

    Most of all, I am thankful for the people who take the time to read, comment, like, and share my posts. Happy Thanksgiving from my home to yours!

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