Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Mortimer's Pies-On-The-Go #HalalOnTheGo {Giveaway}

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With growing boys comes never ending appetites.  Sometimes it can be a challenge finding a variety of items they enjoy that are filling and quick to put together when they feel the sudden hunger pains.  I was happy to discover Mortimer's Pies-On-The-Go.  We've been having them for the past week and they have really been a life saver.  They were a quick lunch after a soccer class, an after school snack and lunch when I was just too tired to put something together.  The pies can be ready in one minute from a deep freeze.  They come in a microwavable box making things even more easy!  I recommend planning a bit ahead and baking them in the oven.  It takes about 30 minutes but it is well worth the wait.  The pastry gets nice and flaky and there is much more even heating.  Although there have been times where the day was so busy that I opted to microwave them to fill hungry tummies ASAP and they were gobbled up in no time!


Mortimer's Pies-On-The-Go are fully certified and monitored by HMA, made from white chicken breast meat, have no artificial colours or flavours and no MSG.  I found these pies to be high in fat (22 grams per pie) so for me they are a once in awhile treat.  The pies come in two flavours: Chicken Pot Pie and Butter Chicken.  Both flavours were popular in our home.  

You can find Moritmer's Pies-On-The-Go at your local Sobeys, FreshCo, Chalo FreshCo, Longos and Grocery Gateway.  If you can't find it, simply ask the Meat Manager to stock it.

Now for the giveaway.  Please use the Rafflecopter below to enter for a chance to win a $50 gift card for Sobey's/FreshCo that you can use to get some Mortimer's Pies-On-The-Go.  This giveaway is open to Ontario residents that are 18+ years of age.

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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post.  All opinions are my own.

19 comments:

  1. I tear up a whole head of lettuce at a time, so that putting together a quick salad is easy

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  2. Meal planning helps me to get through a busy week.

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  3. Advance meal prepping in the weekend ensures that I can make it through a busy week.

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  4. I bake muffins on the weekend so they are always handy for a quick snack throughout the week

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  5. For me it is just to focus on one thing at a time and dream of the weekend!!

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  6. Prepare freezer meals on the weekend and prepare ingredients for slow-cooker meals at night.

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  7. We pre-cut veggies and portion them out on Sunday so there's always healthy snacks to go for the rest of the week.

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  8. I try to be organized and plan most meals. It works . . . most of the time -- LOL!

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  9. I save a bit of my best chocolate to reward myself on fridays!

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  10. Menu planning is #1 for me having a great week.

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  11. Try meal planning for the week..."try" being the key word ��

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  12. I love these! So convenient! So mmmm good!

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  13. These look handy for days that we are busy and need a quick snack to go. Meal planning for most of the week is the norm for us but this would make a great treat.

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  14. I prepare meals on Sunday to give me more quality time with my family during the week.

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  15. Meal planning for 2-3 weeknigh dinners, grilling chicken and kababs and freezing them helps for quick lunch prep during the week!

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  16. Prep your lunches in advance - it makes things so much easier! (Suzi)

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  17. Be organized: Have lunch/dinner ideas ready and prepped a day earlier, have consistent breakfast to be healthy, and sneak in a dessert on Friday!

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  18. I buy cases of Soylent to drink whenever I don't have time to prepare a meal.

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