This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Mondelēz International Group. As always, all opinions are my own.
Being a “Super Mom” sometimes means delegating and putting someone else in charge—like the kids or the husband. In our house, cooking and meal prep is a team effort. We love meal solutions that the whole family can help create. Why should cooking be my job or my husband’s? Oh, it shouldn’t and it doesn’t have to be. With my on-the-go lifestyle, my husband’s busy work schedule, and all of our kids’ activities, it’s an essential part of life that our family is full of team players. Otherwise, how would the laundry get done? We’d never eat, and there’d be no clean dishes!
Shopping at our local Kroger banner store, Fred Meyer, is easy. It’s clean, well laid out, and organized by departments we shop frequently. When we shop at our local Fred Meyer store, we look for staples like RITZ Crackers to help create our tried-and-true recipes. We also love recipes that are easy for kids to make and look for items to buy so we can try fun new recipes, too. It’s a great way to get kids in the kitchen and familiar with the tools and skills they’ll need later in life. Bonus: if they collaborate in the kitchen and be a team instead of fighting with one another? Even better, because we all know how siblings can be.
One night a week, each of our oldest children are responsible for cooking dinner. Heck, they’ve all been packing their own lunches since kindergarten. That’s right, this Super Mom knows how to train and delegate to get the job done.
RITZ Crackers offers great family-friendly recipes to make with their crackers, just visit www.FamilyRITZpiration.com to see what recipe you and your family should make. For a fun spring training recipe, try these Kielbasa & Slaw “Baseballs”. These Kielbasa & Slaw “Baseballs” are a delicious snack. We always have RITZ Crackers on hand (we grab a box or two when we shop our local Fred Meyer store, Food 4 Less, or Ralphs when we’re in California). They’re quick and easy, and the kids can make them by themselves! #FamilyRITZpirations for the win!
Kielbasa & Slaw “Baseballs”
Prep Time: 15 min
Total Time: 15 min
Makes 12 servings, 2 topped RITZ Crackers each
- 1/4 lb. kielbasa
- 1/4 cup coleslaw
- 24 RITZ Crackers
- 2 tbsp. yellow mustard
- Cook kielbasa in nonstick skillet on medium heat 5 min. or until heated through and evenly browned, turning occasionally. Transfer to cutting board; cut into 24 slices.
- Spoon coleslaw onto crackers; top with kielbasa.
- Spoon mustard into resealable plastic bag. Cut small piece off one bottom corner of bag; use to pipe mustard into lines on kielbasa slices to resemble baseballs as shown in photo.
Nutrition Information Per Serving: 50 calories, 3.5g total fat, 1g saturated fat, 5mg cholesterol, 120mg sodium, 4g carbohydrate, 0g dietary fiber, 1g sugars, 1g protein
- Prepare using turkey kielbasa or chicken sausage. Slice the kielbasa into ¼” thick slices.
- Substitute warmed sauerkraut for the coleslaw.
- We used coleslaw salad mix and prepared coleslaw dressing to make an easy coleslaw, rather than making it from scratch or buying an entirely premade version.