Tyson Chicken Nugget Bouquet is an expression of nugget love

Tyson Chicken Nugget Bouquet Contest, photo provided by Tyson
Tyson Chicken Nugget Bouquet Contest, photo provided by Tyson /

As Valentine’s Day approaches, the Tyson Chicken Nugget Bouquet could be the tasty I Love You that your special someone is craving. Are you ready to Say It with Nuggets?

Although the saying the path to a man’s heart is through his stomach might be old school, food can be an expression of love. The Tyson heart-shaped Nuggets of Love is another way to share some extra love on a plate. Don’t we all need a little more love?

To celebrate the Tyson Nuggets of Love, everyone can enter a special contest by creating their best chicken nugget bouquet. From February 1 through February 17, those pictures can be tagged #NuggetBouquetContest and #TysonNuggetsofLove.

With this special Tyson chicken nugget bouquet contest, it sparked a question. What other food bouquets would you want for Valentine’s Day?

Candy bouquets are an easy idea for Valentine’s Day. Combining Hershey Kisses or Reese’s into a bouquet is relatively simple. Truthfully, a Reese’s cup surrounded by Hershey Kisses is a great treat. There are many candy combinations that would work in a food bouquet.

A recent trend has seen many foods transformed into roses. From bacon to steaks to cured meat, basically that rose shape works well with a variety of meats. Just be cautious with this idea. You want to make sure that the food stays fresh.

Fruit bouquets are quite common. Whether you order one from Edible Arrangements or make you own, there are various ways to transform fruit into colorful flowers.

Some people would prefer to have food over flowers on Valentine’s Day. Whether it is nuggets, candy, meat of another food bouquet, those options could be a nice change this year. While the flowers will wilt, the food will get eaten.

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What do you think of the Tyson Chicken Nugget Bouquet? Do will you be giving food or flowers for Valentine’s Day?