I’ve mentioned before that Princess Nagger is a picky eater.  And by picky eater, I mean she is really  picky about what she eats.  But when it comes to something that’s delicious (and fun) like these:


Her picky nature goes right out the window.  Little Dude isn’t as picky of an eater (though he does have his moments, usually when he’s mimicking Princess Nagger.  Ahem. )  But when I serve up McCain potatoes, they’re both very happy campers:


They love the McCain Smiles so much, they gobbled them down before I had time to take a pic of them on their plates with their fried chicken:


Little stinkers.  I’m going to have to re-educate them on the importance of picture taking.  The important thing is that each McCain product is made from real potatoes and simple ingredients.


I really  want to try the sweet potato version – but I haven’t been able to find them in any of my local stores.  You can bet I’ll keep searching, though!  I love keeping McCain potatoes on hand for something quick and easy – and know that the kids love them, too.

“Load up on groceries your family loves, and bring naturally good moments to the dinner table every time you serve McCain Potatoes.”

Right now McCain is having a contest – the McCain Potatoes Facebook Contest where they will select 1 winner each week (8 winners total) to receive a $500 grocery store gift card!  Contestants can also check out the Grocery Goodness Giveaway tab for to receive a $1 off coupon off any 1 bag of McCain Potatoes products! Ends November 4, 2013.



Be sure to check out McCain’s website to learn more about their awesome products.  You can also stalk them on Facebook, too.

Have you tried McCain potatoes yet?  If so, which are your favorites?





Note: I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for McCain Foods. I received a sample to facilitate my review as well as a promotional item as a thank-you for participating.  As usual, all opinions are my own and not influenced by outside sources. See my disclosure policy here.

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