So I decided to take part in the Rustlers Hack challenge, I found this meal so quick and easy great for the after school hungry tummies. The burgers come in twin packs which is convenient when feeding more than one, Dylan is a big fan of cucumber and carrot so cut them into chunks to add to the meal, I also added cheese to the burger as you can’t have a burger without cheese.
If you have more time and want to make your burger less healthy you could add bacon extra cheese, different sauces and lettuce, the burgers allow you to be creative and easily add extras. The Rustlers burgers come with sauce sachet Dylan wanted Ketchup so I made a smiley face, I feel making dinner more fun and colourful defiantly gets Dylan more interested and ensures he eats everything!
I find the meal to be very affordable which is great if you have a weekly food shopping allowance, the whole Rustlers collection can be found at your local Tesco store. I would love for you to also get involved in the challenge! would be brilliant to share different tips on how you changed the Rustlers burgers, If you decide to get involved please share using the #RustlersHack hashtag.
Adding a salad to this burger can ensure that they are having a balanced meal, the chicken can be traced back to the farm so I can be assured that the meat is good quality. The chicken is in a southern fried crumb to give extra flavour. The burgers only take 90 seconds in the microwave! pack of two burgers is priced at £2.50.
Have you had Rustlers before? what quick meals do you make?
*This post is an entry for BritMums Rustlers Burger Hacking Challenge, sponsored by Rustlers
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