Sweet & Sour Chicken }Kraft Recipe Makers and $100 Visa Gift Card Giveaway


Sweet & Sour Chicken}Kraft Recipe Makers


Today I am back to share another one of the delicious Kraft Recipe Makers with you. When I opened the box that Kraft had sent me with the nine different Kraft Recipe Makers, Tessa got so excited about them and the whole concept. As a college student she could really see the beauty of it! A quick and easy, delicious meal in not much time. Worked for her and it works for me. We loved that they combined delicious sauces with fresh ingredients.

Since college students, along with the rest of us, can be short on time and often short on ingredients, Kraft Recipe Makers solves that problem for us. You use your own fresh ingredients (protein, vegetable, and grain) along with Kraft’s premade simmering and finishing sauce to create a delicious meal.


Sweet & Sour Chicken}Kraft Recipe Makers


The first Recipe Maker we tried was the Verde Chicken Enchilada which we loved. Next, we decided to give the Sweet & Sour Chicken one a try and we loved it just as much. Using the Sesame Ginger Simmering Sauce and the Sweet & Sour Pineapple Finishing Sauce provided, you can then add in or tweak the other ingredients to your family’s tastes and what’s in your refrigerator.

I used chicken but it would also be great with pork. It called for a red pepper but I decided to add in a green pepper too. The box recommended a red onion but I didn’t have one so I used a yellow onion – still delicious!


Sweet & Sour Chicken}Kraft Recipe Makers


Having the sauces ready to go for you and the recipe suggestions on the box make providing a delicious, nutritious meal for your family so much easier. Can you tell I really, really like these??!! With the addition of some canned pineapple and some brown rice we had a delicious meal in less than 30 minutes. That makes me a happy cook and my family happy eaters!


Sweet & Sour Chicken}Kraft Recipe Makers

While I was visiting one of my daughter’s college apartments recently I decided that would be the perfect place to show you how easy and doable the Kraft Recipe Makers are. Usually when I cook in my children’s apartments I get frustrated because of their lack of sauces, herbs, spices etc. Well, that frustration was eliminated with the Recipe Maker since all of the sauces and seasonings were in sauces provided. Enjoy this fun little video and see how quick and easy you can prepare dinner, even in a college apartment! Be sure to check out the duct tape that is holding the freezer shut!!


Guess what my daughter will be packing for going back to college! Kraft Recipe Makers!


How would you improvise using these sauces? Share your own recipe inspired by Kraft Recipe Makers’ sauces in the comment below for a chance to win a $100 Visa gift card.


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  1. 101
    maria cantu says:

    I would use the verde chicken enchilada one to add a different flavor to my enchiladas.

  2. 102
    steph says:

    id make asian tacos with the sweet and sour chicken!

  3. 103
    steph says:
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    Norma says:

    I’d use the Chicken Cacciatore sauces for a casserole with chicken, pasta, onion, bacon, zucchini and cover the whole thing with shredded cheese.

  5. 105
    LAMusing says:

    I’d use the Sweet and Sour chicken but substitute shrimp. I’d add chunks of pineapple and snap peas and serve over rice. Leftovers could be used in lettuce wraps for lunch.

    The sauces would also be great with a bit of tomato sauce and brown sugar to make sweet and sour BBQ lamb ribs!

  6. 106
    crystal smith says:

    Im still pretty new to cooking so Im not very creative yet and still rely on others recipes (like yours lol) to put something tasty on the table but I would love to try to make the Florentine-Stuffed Chicken Breasts with their Three Cheese Florentine Recipe Maker…sounds yummy and I love how easy and quick all their recipes are! Talk about a great way to make a weeknight easier!

  7. 107
    jennifer says:

    My family would love fajitas!

  8. 108
    tina reynolds says:

    I would make the verde chicken enchilada’s my husband and boys would go crazy for that one I bet. thanks for the chance to win eaglesforjack@gmail.com

  9. 109
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    Rosie says:

    I would make a lasagna with Three Cheese Chicken Florentine. I often substitute chicken (ground or otherwise) for beef – the results are yum!

  11. 111
    Daniel M says:

    always wanted to try a sweet n sour chicken on pizza

  12. 112
    Lauren Flynn says:

    I’d use the chicken bruschetta pasta recipe maker to simply our romano-encrusted bruschetta pasta dinner- a family fav!

  13. 113
    Karen Drake says:

    I would use the KRAFT RECIPE MAKERS Tex-Mex Fajita Skillet mix to make a breakfast burritos with sausage, scrambled eggs and Kraft shredded cheese.

  14. 114
    Linda G. says:

    I’m going to try the New England Pot Roast to make a roast,potato and carrots with yummy gravy

  15. 115
    Nancy says:

    I think I could use the New England Pot Roast recipe make and adjust my usual recipe and see how it works.

  16. 116
    david cosgrove says:

    I’d tweak my chicken alfredo recipe

  17. 117
    ky2here says:

    I’d use the sesame ginger for our Thai fusion fried rice.

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  18. 118
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    Francine Anchondo says:

    I would use the vedre chicken enchilada sauce in my Chicken Cassorole enchilada recipe

  20. 120
    Alicia says:

    I would try the chicken tacos.

  21. 121
    Lorena Keech says:

    Because y husband won’t eat chicken, I’d use the Sweet & Sour Chicken recipe maker with pork or even beef to make a Chinese meal.

  22. 122
    Karen Gonyea says:

    I would love to try a tex-mex lasagna :)

  23. 123
    Betty says:

    I’d like to try their chicken cacciatori recipe sauces

  24. 124
    Betty says:
  25. 125
    gina says:

    I am not sure, but I would love to make the Beef Burgundy.

  26. 126
    chickie brewer says:

    I would like to make the sweet and sour chicken

  27. 127
    Kayla says:

    I’d use New England Pot Roast on the pulled pork sandwiches!

  28. 128
    Michelle H says:

    I’d use these sauces to jazz up our usual pasta aoli.

  29. 129
    Michelle H says:

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  30. 130
    s riches says:

    I would add garlic to the sweet and sour sauce for a spicy chicken recipe.

  31. 131
    Gianna says:

    I would make the Chicken Cacciatore and add mushrooms.

  32. 132
    tracey byram says:

    I’d make asian almond salmon

  33. 133

    I’d make a pasta bake with fall veggies.
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  34. 134
    angie lilly says:

    I would use the Three Cheese Chicken Florentine to make a tomato alfredo fettuccine with wild mushrooms and fresh herbs like basil, rosemary, and thyme!
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  35. 135
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    Buddy Garrett says:

    I would add noodles and asparagus to the sweet and sour chicken.

  37. 137
    Betty C says:

    I would use the Tex-Mex Chicken Fajita sauces to make a southwestern beef and pasta casserole.

  38. 138
    Betty C says:
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    Sand says:

    I would like to try the Three Cheese Florentine with chicken and pasta.

  40. 140
    susan smoaks says:

    i would make the Shrimp Puttanesca recipe it would be really good
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  41. 141
    Chelsea A says:

    Honestly I think I’d go with sweet and sour tofu …! Fry up some veggies, fry up some tofu, use the sauces … sounds great! Easy! Love this idea! Have to look for them at the store! Hope they have them!

    Thanks for the contest!

  42. 142
    CharityS says:

    I would use it in my 3 cheese pasta bake.

  43. 143
    Amy T says:

    Sweet and sour chicken! I would make fried rice to go with it.

  44. 144
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    Marcy Strahan says:

    I could make my crawfish noodle casserole using the cheesy chicken Florentine sauce & cream cheese & green onions!

  46. 146
    Mihaela Day says:

    I’d make the chicken alfredo w/roasted veggies :)

  47. 147
    Sandra VanHoey says:

    I would make the Chicken Cacciatore. My dad use to make this for me years ago when I was in my 20′s and it seems e very time he would make if, I ended up having my pacemaker go out so he quit making it for me :-(. His had corn and also tomatoes along with the other great things. There recipe sounds awesome so I’d try that and attempt to add to have it turn out like his

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