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Chicken of The Sea To Go Cups!

Hey Neighbors!

My family members all eat tuna fish.  Each os us has our own ideas of what goes with our tuna fish though.  I personally add mayonnaise, pickle and onion.  Yum!  My husband likes his with or without pickle on a grilled sandwich with melted cheese.  My youngest two daughters like theirs with mayonnaise and pickle, definitely no onion.  They will even pick it out of theirs when they use my leftovers.  So of course we were excited when we received the opportunity to try the Chicken of the Sea To Go Cups.  They came in a really nice Chicken of the Sea Sling Bag.



We were sent the Chicken of the Sea To Go Cups Tuna Salad, Albacore Tuna, Pink Salmon and Chunk Light Tuna.  These are the perfect snack size, or to put in your child's lunch.  They are single serving and ready to eat.  They have already been drained.  Now, my daughter added her mayonnaise and pickle to her Chunk Light Tuna.


My mother used to add vinegar to her drained tuna and then eat it with crackers.  How do you like your tuna? Does your family have a favorite recipe for tuna?  I am diabetic and I have tuna quite a bit for lunch.  I seriously count carbs so I do not have to be on medication and these come pre-measured with the carbs listed right on them.  Of the To Go Cups I received there are 0 carbs in each one, except of course the Tuna Salad and that has only 7.  I can grab one of these for my lunch or as a snack and know I am staying within my limits.



We will be going on a photography field trip soon and these will be just the right size to bring along with us for a snack!  We can bring some bread or perhaps just crackers.  Then we can toss in a couple of waters and we will be ready to go!

From Chicken of the Sea:

Chicken of the Sea’s popular To Go Cups now have a new look! Available in Chunk Light TunaAlbacore TunaTuna Salad and Pink Salmon, these To Go Cups are ready to eat, no draining required with only 70-80 calories each, these cups are perfect for a quick lunch or snack at school, in the office or on the road.
Available in easy-to-open, 2.8-ounce cups, Chicken of the Sea’s tuna and salmon are wild-caught and a natural source of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids and protein, and are low in fat and calories. The cups come in packages of two.
“According to the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, consumers should eat at least eight ounces of seafood each week,” said registered dietician Sharon McNerney. “Chicken of the Sea’s To Go Cups makes it even more convenient for people to eat the recommended amount of seafood.”
Whether eaten alone, on top of crackers or added to a salad for an extra dose of delicious protein, Chicken of the Sea’s cups make it easy and convenient to eat healthy at home or on the go.


How would you use Chicken of the Sea To go Cups?  Snacks?  Lunch? Trips?  One of my neighbors will receive a Package just like mine.  Enter the giveaway and maybe it will be you.  See you soon, At the Fence!

Disclosure: I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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Comments

DEBIJOT said…
I would use mine for an afternoon snack.
Wanda McHenry said…
I would make a sandwich with relish and mayo!
Kayla said…
I would eat them at work for a healthy snack!
Jackie said…
I think they would be great to pack in lunches.
Thank you!
latanya t said…
I would use them for lunch at work
1froglegs said…
For me they would be a quick grab-and-go lunch option for work.
Darlene said…
I would use these for lunch, by adding mayo and pickle relish, yum.
618mom said…
I would pack them in my kids lunch
degood said…
I would pack them in my lunch on days when I am going to be on the road all day long.
tannawings said…
I would use them for a quick lunch!

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stonecat1214 said…
I need these for my quick lunches- as a teacher, you need to learn to eat on-the-go! These would be perfect!
Ray said…
I would pack them for a handy workday lunch!
renata said…
These would make a quick snack on-the-go during my busy day both at home and for work!
Unknown said…
I would love to use Chicken of the Sea to go cups already prepared tuna salad for quick lunches, mid afternoon snack would be great.
susanlulu said…
I'm an elementary teacher, so I would take these to school for a quick lunch.
susanlulu@yahoo.com
andrea v said…
I would use these in my lunch
G said…
Would make a fabulous handy snack or convenient, quick lunch for me!
Georgiana
Colleen Maurina said…
These would be great for school lunches and for lunches on the go!
Unknown said…
I think I would use the Chicken of the Sea To Go Cups on days that I would take my childr3en to the park!
Coolestmommy said…
I would use them in kids lunch boxes (or my own).
Deb K said…
I would use them for a quick lunch!
Unknown said…
I would use this as a quick snack and put it on bread :)
Teresa Moore said…
I would take them as my afternoon snack at work.
Cori Westphal said…
I'd love this to take along for work lunch! I clean houses, so I'm either at a house or in my car, and it's hard to find good food I can take with me, with no fridge. This would be perfect!

coriwestphal at msn dot com
lmurley2000 said…
I would use them for the kids lunch and my lunch too

lmurley2000@yahoo.com

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