Today’s post is sponsored by Hero Fruit Spreads. I received promotional product and compensation. All opinions are my own.
It’s hard to believe the holidays are just around the corner. The holidays don’t always feel like the holidays for us because a lot of the time, we’re away from our family. But luckily, we have wonderful friends and have always had a place to go if we wanted to. Sometimes we like to stay home but other times we like to be around the people we love.
My husband is going to be gone for training over Thanksgiving so I wanted to make sure he had a nice Thanksgiving-ish meal before he left. I didn’t want to make a whole turkey (I’m not a huge fan of making them anyways…I get weird about it haha) so I decided to make a traditional Thanksgiving meal…with Hero Red Currant Chicken Sautee as the main dish.
Friendsgiving doesn’t have to be an elaborate event. It’s really about sharing a meal, giving thanks, and spending time with your friends, right? SO how do you throw an easy Friendsgiving?
Have you heard of Hero Fruit Spreads? I know, you’re thinking put it on toast or a bagel and call it a day. But there are SO many amazing things you can make with these delicious fruit spreads. It’s actually a hidden secret in a lot of dishes and chef preferred! Hero Fruit Spreads contain higher fruit content, all natural ingredients, no high fructose corn syrup, and no artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives. They come in delicious flavors like Raspberry, Black Cherry, Red Currant, Black Currant, and more. I also found it so interesting that the recipe has remained unchanged in 120 years. They must be doing something right, huh?
Red Currant Sautee Chicken:
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Brittany Harris7 years ago
I’ve never used jam to make my chicken. I’ll have to try it. It looks really festive. Thanks for the recipe
Emily7 years ago
This looks so yummy! I’d love to host a Friendsgiving one of these years.
kara7 years ago
I can’t wait to host my first friendsgiving! You make it look really easy 🙂
Christine7 years ago
The recipe looks easy and delicious. I love the table spread and the idea of throwing a “Friends-giving” event.
Kitty7 years ago
We have been invited to a friends giving this year 😊… Your arrangements and food are just perfect 😍👍🏼
Kelly7 years ago
These look and sound incredible, yum!
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Alexis7 years ago
I’m really hoping to throw a Friendsgiving next year. I’m hoping some of our friends will be more mature and enjoy it more. This all looks so good!
Erica @ Coming Up Roses7 years ago
What a doable recipe! I just might have to make that tonight in preparation for Thanksgiving.
Coming Up Roses
Samantha7 years ago AUTHOR
Let me know what you think! xo