Eat Chikin! Wear Wool!: Our Holiday Sweater Party featuring Chick-Fil-A #CFAcatering

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If you follow my blog, you know we’re big fans of Chick-Fil-A in this house! This is my second year participating in the Chick-Fil-A Mom’s Panel.
We dress up every year for Cow Appreciation Day and regularly attend their new, amazing Kids Club. When we bring friends along, they always have a great time, too!

This holiday season, we enjoyed some yummy and convenient Chick-Fil-A catering at our holiday sweater party. I received a gift card from the Chick-Fil-A Mom’s Panel to facilitate this post. Our catering order always arrives packaged so nicely from our local Colorado Springs Chick-Fil-A!




I created some small printable sweaters with fun holiday sayings. We attached these with tape to toothpicks and used with our sub sandwich and fruit trays. They turned out so cute!



Here are the small toothpick sweaters in a printable format:

Download Small Sweaters Here

My kids love getting their own box of nuggets, so I usually order some 8-count boxes for the kids along with our party trays. I wanted to make them look a bit more festive so I also made a larger version of the printable sweaters to attach to the nugget boxes.



If you’d like the larger version to decorate your nugget boxes, here’s the printable:

Download Large Sweaters Here

I wanted to add my own personal touch to the party food, so we also served up some of Chick-Fil-A’s tasty chicken salad on homemade chips shaped like sweaters! You can actually order a bowl of the chicken salad on the catering menu.

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Here’s my recipe:

I bought two packs of flavored Mission tortillas. To make the shapes, you can use a shirt shaped cookie cutter. If you don’t have one, just cut around one of these handy sweater outlines with kitchen scissors.

If you want to make your life easy, I’d suggest making the chips the day before because cutting the shapes takes time! The chicken salad tastes great on triangular or even round shaped chips, too! (Just in case you get tired of all the intricate cutting!)



I baked these in an ungreased muffin pan at 375 degrees for 9 minutes. They’re ready to give your chicken salad a hug!





The sweater came together quickly and went great with everything else we served. We added a few simple decorations and we were ready for our guests! You can read about how my kids made sweaters for their Chick-Fil-A cows here.




We had a great time getting our party ready, but the best part was enjoying the yummy food!





Even my littlest one loved celebrating with us!




Does your family host a holiday event?

23 thoughts on “Eat Chikin! Wear Wool!: Our Holiday Sweater Party featuring Chick-Fil-A #CFAcatering”

  1. What a cute fun party! All the places I have worked I have never been to one that has been catered by Chick -fil- A. I love Chick -Fil-A!!! Sweet tea, waffle fries and a salad!

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  2. What a cute fun party! All the places I have worked I have never been to one that has been catered by Chick -fil- A. I love Chick -Fil-A!!! Sweet tea, waffle fries and a salad!

    Reply

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