Pecan Pork Tenderloin with KRAFT Fresh Take {Recipe}

A few months ago, I was fortunate enough to visit the KRAFT kitchens as part of the BlogEats Blogger Conference.  One of the products we learned about, Fresh Take, was top secret…until NOW!  This January, KRAFT Fresh Take will make it’s way to your local grocery store and you do NOT want to miss it!

As a busy Mom, I tend to get stuck in the same meal plan week after week (the kids even know to look for Red Beans and Rice on Mondays).  So, I was excited to have KRAFT show me a Fresh Take on dinner.  The mix can be found in the refrigerated dairy section of your grocery store because it consists of one resealable plastic pouch separated into two compartmentalized sections (seasoned breadcrumbs on one side, blend of natural cheese on the other).

I had the opportunity to try the Italian Parmesan variety with my family tonight.  Before starting, you simply open the pouch and mix the breadcrumbs and cheese.  The pouch serves as the mixing bowl….no extra dishes to clean up!  Then you are ready to coat chicken, pork, fish or beef and bake.  Under five minutes of prep time! After baking for about 25 minutes, my Italian Parmesan chicken was ready which I decided to serve over pasta.  I have to say, I was pretty impressed with myself!  The chicken was crunchy, delicious and perfectly seasoned!  In fact, BOTH of my girls asked for seconds…that’s a first!

The KRAFT Fresh Take meal kit come in six varieties: Southwest Three Cheese, Italian Parmesan (delicious!), Rosemary & Roasted Garlic, Cheddar Jack & Bacon, Chili Lime & Panko and Savory Four Cheese.  The suggested retail price is $2.99.

Need some inspiration before you try the new KRAFT Fresh Take?  Check out the recipe below:

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This post is the opinion of Experimental Mommy.  Others may have a differing opinion of the product.  While I received product in order to facilitate this review, all opinions remain 100% mine.

 

Comments

  1. This sounds wonderful! I am going to look for this in my grocery store and you can’t beat a recipe that has so few ingredients.

  2. I can’t wait to try out these varieties! Yum!

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