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Noughts and Crosses

Ever wanted to play with your food? Now you can! It’s time to play a little game of noughts and crosses! The only rule is that everyone must eat the game pieces once the game is over. Everyone wins at the snacking game!

CategoryDifficultyBeginner
Prep Time10 minsCook Time10 minsTotal Time20 mins

Ingredients
 1 box Fry’s Pops, defrosted
 1 small carrot
 Sweet chili sauce and hummus, to serve

Method

1

Cook the Chicken-Style Strips and Pops according to the packaging instructions. Dust the Pop Sprinkles over the Pops once they are cooked.

2

Slice the carrot into thin strips.

3

Arrange the Chicken-Style Strips to form the “game board” on a large plate.

4

The carrot slices become your “cross” and the Pops form your “nought”.

5

Place the leftover carrot slices in another bowl for after the game.

6

Then let the game of Noughts and Crosses begin!

7

Once the game has ended, serve the carrots, Chicken-Style Strips and Pops with a sweet chili sauce and hummus.

Ingredients

Ingredients
 1 box Fry’s Pops, defrosted
 1 small carrot
 Sweet chili sauce and hummus, to serve

Directions

1

Cook the Chicken-Style Strips and Pops according to the packaging instructions. Dust the Pop Sprinkles over the Pops once they are cooked.

2

Slice the carrot into thin strips.

3

Arrange the Chicken-Style Strips to form the “game board” on a large plate.

4

The carrot slices become your “cross” and the Pops form your “nought”.

5

Place the leftover carrot slices in another bowl for after the game.

6

Then let the game of Noughts and Crosses begin!

7

Once the game has ended, serve the carrots, Chicken-Style Strips and Pops with a sweet chili sauce and hummus.

Noughts and Crosses

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