Free Popcorn Chicken Box Printable

This post is sponsored by Tyson®. As always, all words and opinions are 100% my own.popcorn chicken box

It’s football time and we are so excited at my house. Not only does my husband love the sports, but the whole family does too!!! So any chance we get to watch and eat together as a family is a great day in our book!! The other day the whole family crowded around the TV and I pulled out one of our favorite game time dinners, Tyson® Any’tizers® Popcorn Chicken- Any’tizers® snacks from Walmart. They are made with real white meat and have the best flavor. My kids don’t even dip it in ketchup…and that’s saying something!

popcorn chicken box

But I wanted to make them a little more fun while we were watching our game, so I decided to make some popcorn boxes into a popcorn chicken box. I designed a fun printable (download it here) that just needs to be printed on card stock, cut out and then taped or glued together. The kids all loved having their own little bucket of food! And it was a great way to keep the food off the floor!

Popcorn Box
The kids have even kept the boxes and used them for their after school snacks too. It’s been amazing. They get home from school, fill them up with chicken and start homework right away! The thing I love about the Tyson® Any’tizers® is that the chicken is the easiest and quickest after school snack we’ve found so far. After just 2 minutes in the microwave and the kids have a hot after school snack. Oh, and the best part….William knows how to do it by himself!

Anytizers® at Walmart

Grab a bunch of Any’tizers® at Walmart the next time you are there and stock your freezer. They can be found in the freezer section (usually has a “chicken” sign!). And there’s so many different awesome flavors that you can choose from. You’re gonna want these for every occasion!

And even better, the Any’Tizers® are part of the Tyson® A+ Program that will help earn extra $$$ for your child’s school!!!! All you have to do is clip the labels from the back of the package, turn them in to your school and they will get cash to do what they want with it. Think of all the possibilities your school could use the money for. They could get more iPads for use in the classroom, a new playground, A better selection of books in the library, replace broken desks/chairs, and maybe even eliminate the stress of those take home fundraisers the kids always get sent home with!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Tyson. The opinions and text are all mine.

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