Disclosure: This is a sponsored cause related post on behalf of The Motherhood, ConAgra Foods, Kroger and P&G. Although it is sponsored, all opinions are my own.
Child Hunger Ends Here. Or at least it can if we all work together. I’ve talked a little bout the Child Hunger Ends Here program before but I want to touch base with you again with some new dates. (below)
DID YOU KNOW?
MORE than ONE in FIVE! These children are the future of the United States and they deserve better. Just because a family may not be able to provide enough food, be it from lay offs, illness or whatever, doesn’t mean that the children have to suffer. You know the saying “It take a village to raise a child”? Well that saying comes from somewhere. We are a nation that is built to take care of one another. If the children of our future are suffering, guess what? We’re all suffering.
It’s not too difficult to reach out and make sure everyone has enough food on their table. Actually, it’s REALLY easy. And all you have to do is shop for your own regular products. ConAgra, Kroger and P&G do the rest.
DID YOU KNOW?
At ConAgra Foods, they find this unacceptable. That’s why they are partnering with P&G to build a community of people to make a difference and help donate up to 7 million meals through the Child Hunger Ends Here campaign. 7 MILLION! I think that’s awesome.
As I mentioned up above, it’s easy for us to make a difference:
Look for the red pushpin on participating product packaging for a code found on these specially marked ConAgra Foods and P&G products. For each 8-digit code entered at www.ChildHungerEndsHere.com from March-August 2014, ConAgra Foods or P&G, respectively, will donate the monetary equivalent of one meal to Feeding America.
Child Hunger Ends Here is proud to work with Hunter Hayes and be the presenting sponsor of his “We’re Not Invisible” tour. For every download of Hunter’s new single, “Invisible,” on iTunes, Child Hunger Ends Here will donate the monetary equivalent of one meal to the nation’s leading hunger-relief charity, Feeding America, up to 1 million meals.
One of the easiest ways to learn how to get involved is to join the Child Hunger Ends Here Facebook community at Facebook.com/ChildHungerEndsHere or follow the news on Twitter and Instagram at @ChildHungerEnds.
Deals at Kroger for ConAgra Foods Products Eligible for Child Hunger Ends Here Code Entry:
|Chef Boyardee Can (14.5 oz) or Microwave (7.5 oz): Buy 5, Save $1||3/23||4/13|
|Snack Pack: Buy 3, Save $0.50||3/23||4/13|
|Hunt’s Tomatoes & Sauce: Buy 5, Save $1||3/23||4/12|
|Wolf Brand Chili with beans (15 oz): Buy 5, Save $1||3/23||4/12|
|Hunt’s Pasta Sauce: Buy 3, Save $0.50||3/23||4/12|
|Manwich: Buy 3, Save $0.50||3/23||4/12|
|Van Camp’s Baked Beans: Buy 2, Save $0.50||3/23||4/12|
Additional Deals on ConAgra Foods Products at Kroger:
|Ro*Tel (10 oz): Buy 5, Save $1||3/23||4/12|
|Dennison’s Chili (15 oz): Buy 3, Save $0.50||3/23||4/12|
|Rosarita: Buy 3, Save $0.50||3/23||4/12|
You can see in the table above that one of the products with a code is Ro*Tel. We use a ton of Ro*Tel here in our house. Clay uses it in his famous chili. I use it in meatloaf, goulash and anything that calls for diced tomatoes. I’m going to share my meatloaf recipe with you below. I’d love for you to try it and tell me what you think!
- 2 pounds lean ground beef
- 1 10 oz can Ro*Tel (drained)
- 1 large green bell pepper (diced)
- 1 large onion (diced)
- 1 large egg
- 1 cup dry oats
- 1 TBSP A1 steak sauce
- ½ CUP tomato juice
- Salt and Pepper to taste
- Ketchup to top
- In a large bowl beat egg with a fork.
- Add ground beef, Ro*Tel, diced bell pepper, onion, oats, A1 steak sauce, tomato juice, salt and pepper.
- Mix well with your hands.
- Shape into a loaf and place in baking pan.
- Top with desired amount of ketchup, spreading with a spoon.
- Bake at 400 for approx. 1 hour and 15 minutes.
- Check with meat thermometer to ensure it has reached temp for ground beef.