Guess what…it’s time to get our FREE chicken! One of my favorite promotions is back this week. The “Make One List Make One Trip” promotion is going on now through 5/6 (5/5 for some) at Publix. Remember, with this promo you will get a FREE Rotisserie Chicken when you buy three participating items. There is no coupon needed and the price of the chicken will come off automatically at checkout.
I love this promotion as it allows me to stock up on things I need and get dinner to boot. I can do a million things with a rotisserie chicken and you guys know FREE is my favorite price!
Cinco de Mayo is coming up…why not grab your chicken and use it to whip up my Easy Chicken Tamale Bake. Heck…grab two and you can also make my Easy Chicken Quesadillas too!
Don’t forget that you can add in coupons to make the deals even better. You’ll be able to stock up on great household products that you need and get your dinner covered too! You really can make just one list and only one trip! You guys know Publix is my one stop for everything and promotions like this is why….you really can’t beat the value!
Here are the participating products. Why not give yourself a break from the kitchen. Get a FREE chicken while stocking up on your favorite products. Just make one list and one trip to Publix for everything you need and make your day a little easier!
Gain Liquid (100 oz) Gain Flings (35 ct), $9.79
-$2/1 Tide Pods, Dreft Blissfuls, Gain Flings, Downy Unstopables or Fresh Protect, Bounce Bursts or Gain Fireworks, 04/12 RP (exp 5/31) [Excludes tide pods 5-ct., gain flings 5-ct. and trial size; Limit 4]
-$1/2 Gain Detergent or Fabric Enhancer, Era, or Cheer, 04/12 RP (exp 5/31) [25-oz.+; Excludes gain fireworks, flings and trial; Limit 4]
-$0.50/1 Gain Detergent or Fabric Enhancer, Era, or Cheer, 04/12 RP (exp 5/31) [25-oz.+; Excludes gain fireworks, flings and trial; Limit 4]
-$3/2 Tide Pods, Dreft Blissfuls, Gain Flings, Downy Unstopables or Fresh Protect, Bounce Bursts or Gain Fireworks, 04/12 RP (exp 5/31) [Excludes tide pods 5-ct., gain flings 5-ct. and trial size; Limit 4]
-$0.50/1 Gain Detergent or Fabric Enhancer, 03/22 SS (exp 4/30) [Limit 4]
-$1/2 Gain Detergent or Fabric Enhancer, 03/22 SS (exp 4/30) [Limit 4]
-$1/1 Tide Pods, Gain Flings, Downy Unstopables or Fresh Protect, Bounce Bursts, Dreft Blissfuls or Gain Fireworks, 03/22 SS (exp 4/30) [Excludes trial size, 5-ct. Pods/Flings; Limit 4]
-$2.50/2 Tide Pods, Gain Flings, Downy Unstopabales or Fresh Protect, Bounce Bursts, Dreft Blissfuls or Gain Fireworks, 03/22 SS (exp 4/30) [Excludes trial size, 5-ct. Pods/Flings; Limit 4]
-$0.50/1 Downy Fresh Protect or Unstopables, Bounce Bursts or Gain Fireworks Target Coupon, 04/12 RP (exp 5/9)
As low as $7.29 after coupon + qualifies for the FREE chicken!
Bounty (6 Big Roll), $6.99
-$1 off Bounty AND Charmin Product, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [Excludes Single Roll and trial/travel size; Limit 4]
-$0.25/1 Bounty Product, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [ETS; Limit 4]
–$0.25/1 Bounty Paper Towel printable
–$0.25/1 Bounty Paper Towel Printable [ETS]
As low as $6.49 after coupon + qualifies for the FREE chicken!
Charmin Bathroom Tissue 12 Double Roll, 6 Mega Roll), $6.99
-$1 off Bounty AND Charmin Product, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [Excludes Single Roll and trial/travel size; Limit 4]
-$0.25/1 Charmin Product, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [ETS; Limit 4]
–$0.35/1 Charmin Ultra Soft or Strong printable
–$0.35/1 Charmin Ultra Soft or Strong Printable [4-ct.+; ETS]
–$0.25/1 Charmin Basic Printable [4-ct.+; ETS]
As low as $.6.29 after coupon + qualifies for the FREE chicken!
Bounce or Downy Fabric Softener Sheets (105 – 120 ct), $4.99
-$1/2 Tide Simply Clean & Fresh Detergent, Era or Cheer Detergent, Bounce Sheets or Downy, 03/15 RP (exp 4/30) [25-oz.+; Excludes Downy Unstopables, Downy Libre Enjuague, Tide Detergent 10-oz. and trial; Limit 4]
-$0.50/1 Tide Simply Clean & Fresh Detergent, Era or Cheer Detergent, Bounce Sheets or Downy, 03/15 RP (exp 4/30) [25-oz.+; Excludes Downy Unstopables, Downy Libre Enjuague, Tide Detergent 10-oz. and trial; Limit 4]
-$1/2 Tide, Downy, or Bounce Item, 04/12 RP (exp 5/9) [Excludes 10-oz. Tide, 34-ct. Bounce Sheets and trial size; Limit 4]
-$0.50/1 Tide, Downy, or Bounce Item, 04/12 RP (exp 5/9) [Excludes 10-oz. Tide, 34-ct. Bounce Sheets and trial size; Limit 4]
-$2/3 Tide Detergents, Boost, To Go, Washing Machine Cleaner, Downy or Bounce Products, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [Excluding Tide Detergent 10oz. Downy Libre Enjuague, Tide Simply Clean & Fresh, Tide Pods, Downy Unstopables, Bounce Bursts and trial/travel size; Limit 4]
-$1/2 Tide Detergents, Boost, To Go, Washing Machine Cleaner, Downy or Bounce Products, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [Excluding Tide Detergent 10oz. Downy Libre Enjuague, Tide Simply Clean & Fresh, Tide Pods, Downy Unstopables, Bounce Bursts and trial/travel size; Limit 4]
-$0.50/1 Tide Detergents, Boost, To Go, Washing Machine Cleaner, Downy or Bounce Products, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [ETS; Limit 4]
As low as $3.99 after coupon + qualifies for the FREE chicken!
Cascade (75 oz Powder or Gel, Action Pacs 11-20 ct, excluding Complete 75 oz & Action Pacs Platinum 20 ct), $3.99
Gillette Disposable Razors (Daisy, Sensor 3, Sensor 2, Good News! or CustomPlus 4 ct – 12 ct), $7.29
-$3/1 Gillette Male Disposable Razor, 04/12 RP (exp 5/31)
-$3/1 Venus Disposable or Daisy Disposable, 04/12 RP (exp 5/31) [2-ct.+ Venus or 4-ct.+ Daisy]
-$3/1 Gillette Venus or Daisy Disposable Razor, 04/12 RP (exp 5/31)
-$3/1 Gillette Razor, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [ETS; Limit 4]
-$3/1 Gillette Clinical or Twin Pack, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [ETS; Limit 4]
-$0.75/1 Venus or Satin Care Shave Gel, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [7-oz.+; ETS; Limit 4]
-$3/1 Venus Razor, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15)
-$1.50/1 Gillette Antiperspirant/Deodorant, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [ETS; Limit 4]
–$1.50/1 Gillette System Razor Printable [Excludes disposables]
–$1/1 Gillette Antiperspirant or Deodorant Printable [ETS]
–$1/1 Gillette or Venus Disposables Printable [2-ct.+; Excludes Sensor 2 2-ct and Daisy 2-ct]
–$2/1 Gillette Clinical Strength Antiperspirant/Deodorant Printable [ETS]
$4.29 after coupon + qualifies for the FREE chicken!
Always Infinity, Radiant Pads (24 – 36 ct). Always Ultra & Maxi Pads Jumbo Packs (27 – 46 ct) $6.99
–$2/2 Always Infinity or Radiant Pads Printable [ETS] t)
-$1/1 Always Radiant or Infinity Pads, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [ETS; Limit 4]
-$0.50/1 Always Pads or Feminine Wipes Product, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [Excludes Discreet and trial/travel size; Limit 4]
$5.99 after coupon + qualifies for the FREE chicken!
Tampax Pearl or Radiant Tampons (32 – 36 ct), $6.99
-$1/1 Tampax Pearl or Radiant Tampon, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [16-ct.+; ETS; Limit 4]
-$0.50/1 Tampax Product, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [16-ct.+; ETS; Limit 4]
-$0.50/1 Tampax Product, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [16-ct.+; ETS; Limit 4]
–$0.75/1 Tampax Radiant Tampon Product Printable [Excludes trial/travel size]
–$2 off Tampax Pearl AND Tampax Pocket Pearl Tampon Product Printable [ETS]
$5.99 after coupon + qualifies for the FREE chicken!
Pampers Diapers (Jumbo 18 -37 ct), $8.99
-$3/1 Pampers or Luvs Boxed Diapers Publix Coupon , 04/12 SS (exp 5/6) [54-ct. to 144-ct. box]
-$2/1 Pampers Baby Wipes Refills Publix Coupon , 04/12 SS (exp 5/6) [192-ct. to 320-ct. pkg.]
–$2/1 Pampers Baby Wipes Refills, exp 5/6/16 (Publix Coupon Oh, Baby Booklet or printable) [192-ct. to 320-ct. pkg.]
–$3/1 Pampers or Luvs Boxed Diapers, exp 5/6/16 (Publix Coupon Oh, Baby Booklet or printable) [54-ct. to 144-ct. box]
-$2 off Pampers Diapers or Pants, 04/12 RP (exp 5/31) [(2) bags or (1) box; ETS; Limit 4]
-$1/1 Pampers Splashers Swim Pants, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [ETS; Limit 4]
-$1/1 Pampers Easy Ups Training Pants or Underjams Absorbent Night Wear, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [ETS; Limit 4]
-$3 off Pampers Bags or Box Diapers or Pants, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [(2) bags or (1) box; ETS; Limit 4]
–$1.50/1 Pampers Cruisers printable
–$1.50/1 Pampers Baby Dry printable [Sign Up]
–$1.50/1 Pampers Swaddlers printable [Sign Up]
–$1.50/1 Pampers Splashers Swim Pant Printable [ETS]
–$1.50/1 Pampers Splashers Swim Pant printable
–$1.50/1 Pampers Swaddlers Diapers Printable [ETS]
–$1.50/1 Pampers Cruisers Diapers Printable [ETS]
–$1.50/1 Pampers Baby Dry Diapers Printable [ETS]
–$2/1 Pampers Easy Ups Training Pants Printable [ETS]
$6.99 after coupon + qualifies for the FREE chicken!
Pantene Pro-V Shampoo& Conditioner (24 – 25.4 oz), $5.49
-$2/1 Pantene Styler or Treatment, 04/12 SS (exp 5/31) [ETS; Limit 4]
-$2/1 Pantene Styler or Treatment Product, 03/15 SS (exp 4/30) [ETS; Limit 4]
-$5/3 Pantene Products, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [Must include shampoo and conditioner or styler; Excludes 6.7oz and trial/travel size; Limit 4]
-$2/1 Pantene Styler or Treatment Product, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [ETS; Limit 4]
-$1/1 Pantene Expert Collection, exp. 4/30/15 (P&G 03/29/15) [ETS; Limit 4]
–$2 off Pantene Shampoo AND Conditioner Printable
–$2/2 Pantene Shampoo or Conditioner Products Printable [ETS]
–FREE After MIR Gift Card ($15) wyb $50 of P&G CoverGirl, Pantene, Olay, Secret, Ivory, Aussie, Clairol, Safeguard, Herbal Essences Hair & Body Wash, Olay Body, Head & Shoulders or Vidal Sassoon Color Products , exp 4/30/15 (Mail-in Rebate) [Rebate Excludes trial/travel size. Rebate applies to the price paid after any coupon or discount has been applied]
$3.49 after coupon + qualifies for the FREE chicken!
Crest 3D White Twin Pack (5.5 oz), $6.49
-$1/1 Crest 3D White Toothpaste, 04/12 RP (exp 5/31) [3-oz.+; ETS; Limit 4]
-$1/1 Crest 3D White or Pro-Health Toothpaste, 03/15 RP (exp 4/30) [3-oz.+; Limit 4]
$5.49 after coupon + qualifies for the FREE chicken!
In addition to the deals, the folks at P&G are giving a $100 Publix gift card to one I Heart Publix reader.
Entry is simple! You just need to complete the task below. As a reminder, comments left on Facebook, Twitter or other posts will not be included. I will choose the winner on Wednesday 5/5 at 11 pm.
- Leave a comment letting me know – How will you use your free chicken?
This post is brought to you by P&G. All comments and opinions are my own.
A quick meal with potatoes and green beans
I like to use the meat in a chicken pot pie which my kids and grandkids love so usually have to make at least 3 large pies.
The 1st thing that comes to mind ( besides just eating it w/a couple of side dishes for dinner) is to de-bone, mix w/bbq sauce & spoon on petite dinner rolls–BBQ CHICKEN SLIDERS ANYONE?
Chicken Sandwichs with soup and salad.
I’ll just eat it 🙂
I’m using my chicken for a easy dinner night, just add some Publix potato salad and done!
The rotisserie chicken will make for an easy dinner
Free chicken would be put to good use feeding my family on a night when my husbadn is working and we need dinner earlier than normal.
Homemade chickrn potpie tastes even better when using rotisserie. Chicken!
Easy dinner one night, quesadillas with the leftovers the next night!
We will eat the chicken as is for a meal and if there is any left (IF), I usually shred it up and either use it in the next couple of days or freeze it. Depending on how much is left, I make chicken pot pie, chicken a la king, creamy chicken noodle soup, chicken enchiladas or chicken quesadillas.
I bake it and eat it before I hit the gym…
I’ll be using it for a quick dinner with a few sides and good sandwich the next day.
I’ll use it to make chicken salad.
I’m hosting a baby shower later this month and I’d love to use the chicken to make chicken salad for croissants.
I’d like to save shred it and use it for my special one pan recipe, but it will probably get devoured by my two teenage boys!
I love using the chicken to make Enchiladas
rotisserie means 2 days off cooking, except the side dishes but I could make some sandwiches with left overs and the carcass for bone broth.
I always use my chicken for a quick dinner with a veggie or a salad after a long day at work!
chicken quesadillas with the breasts – I always eat most of it while I shred it
Buffalo chicken wraps!
Dinner the first night and chicken salad with what is left.
Easy dinner and then chicken soup with the left overs.
I eat the dark meat first, then dice the breast. I put it on my salads (cobb, greek, caesar).
Thank you for the contest!
I love to have shredded chicken in the fridge! Salads, pasta, rice bake, quesadillas!
Just the way it is with a side salad.
Make some chicken salad with it for my lunches!!! YUM!
We are going to have it hot with some publix deli sides as a quick easy dinner after shopping and then make chicken salad with the leftovers.
i would make chicken tortilla soup
We will just enjoy it how it is with a few sides.
I use the meat to make my special chicken salad, and I use the carcass to make a lovely bone broth!
I want to use it to try the enchilada recipe in this week’s ad.
A quick meal before soccer and leftovers will go on my salad.
Chicken enchiladas for Cinco de Mayo! 🙂
I like to slice it up and use it to make sandwiches to take to work for lunch.
Favorite way to use a rotisserie chicken…Sunny Anderson’s “Maniladas.” Soooo yum!
My family loves chicken salad sandwiches !
Why mess with a good thing? We would just dive in and then talk about how glade needs to make a rotisserie chicken scented air freshener for those days when fish sticks are in the oven but you want everyone to think you’ve been hard at work in the kitchen
For the fajitas I am making with the bogo Old El Paso kits 🙂
Make my fam my mom’s chicken bake casserole. Soooo good!
I love their MOJO rotisserie chickens the best. Working full time, and having a toddler in the house, and a sick spouse makes life hectic at times. I love to get the chicken dinners because it is healthy and delicious. The whole family enjoys them. I usually do this atleast once a week. There is always plenty left over for lunches the next day too and a some snackie scraps for my pups & kitty cat. I also like to get the chicken and shred it, throw it in a crock pot with some bbq sauce for sandwiches. This is so tasty and always gets eaten up when I bring it to a potluck or any other gathering. Publix’s chickens are by far better tasting and more moist than other stores.
Chicken salad with the leftovers 🙂
I would make a chicken and broccoli casserole
I eat it just as it is – it tastes too good
We make tacos
I’ll use the breasts for quesadillas, the thighs and drumsticks for a casserole and I’ll make chickens stock with the rest of the carcass. After the stock has cooked, I’ll pick the remaining meat off the bones to make chicken salad.
My baby just started eating meat so I’d puree part for him and make homemade chicken and dumplings with the rest 😀
Chiecken enchiladas – http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/chicken-enchiladas-3
Leave it as vv is for a quick easy weekday dinner.
I would make chicken & noodle casserole with the chicken, then use the bones to make chicken stock. Thank you for the opportunity!
I would make chicken stir fry.
Have a quick dinner
I often use the chicken for lunches.
I would make chicken enchiladas.
I would use it as is – a quick dinner with a side of mashed potatoes and fresh crunchy greens salad!
We just eat the chicken as it comes with a side or two. I use the leftovers for lunch the following day. Easy dinners are my favorite!
I think I’ll start by doing a easy chicken over the bogo spinach (from the last ad), with goat cheese and bacon bits as a diner salad. Then if there are any leftovers I’ll do a wrap or two for lunch with the bogo flat out bread I have in the freezer! All the deals are from reading this web site 🙂
I make a yummy chicken pot pie with Publix Rotisserie chicken. I LOVE this promo!!
Quick meal on a busy night
Chicken enchiladas and tacos
Nom nom nom nom nom
I save the breast for sandwiches, eat all the rest right away with a baguette and salad, and then use the bones etc to make broth!! Makes 3-4 meals for my husband and me 🙂
A dInner with quinoa and veggies. leftover into sandwiches!
I will make chicken salad!
I like to use it to make Buffalo Chicken Dip.
I would make a salad with the chicken, glazed pecans, and cranberries !
chicken enchiladas yum!
I would use it to make chicken enchiladas and any left overs my son will use to make chicken salad.
I’ll eat it just the way it is. So yummy!!
I will feast on it until nothing but the bones remains.
First meal we eat “as is” with salad, green beans. Whatever is left gets shredded for the best chicken salad!
I use it in a chicken and pasta salad.
Love it just the way it is . i add potatoes and a salad and I’m done.
I’ll shred it, add it to stuffing, broccoli, and cream of mushroom soup, and serve up a family favorite!
I would use it to make chicken enchiladas. Thanks.
That’s one meal I DON’T have to cook – yay for that!
Easy dinner- followed by chicken broth in the crockpot– i’m all about easy!
I buy this delish chicken often..generally the meal deal for a fast dinner. The first night is meal with all the great sides. The second meal is usually chicken and dumplings or chicken salad.
But, because of Cinco de Mayo I am thinking of doing a Latin dish or enchiladas with the second meal.
I have to be honest, I’m a vegetarian so I won’t use the chicken for anything. Or, well, I guess I could get it and give it to my neighbor as a present! But with the $100 gift card I’ll buy lots of vegetarian yummies, I promise!
chicken and dumplings
I will be using my free rotissiere chicken for sliced chicken sandwichs on flat out bread that I got last week and will the use the remainder to make up chicken salad with pineapple to have on a bed of lettuce for a quick weeknight dinner.
I would use it to make chicken enchiladas.
Shred it up for chicken taco night!
we will eat it mac -n-cheese and corn easy!!!;)
A quick meal with ready-made potato salad and coleslaw! YUM!
Chicken with a salad and a side dish. Any left overs I will make sandwiches.
I love this promotion and I love that it requires no coupon for the chicken! I’ll use this chicken this weekend to make an easy lunch for the family.
Sandwiches for my work lunches.
And, my famous chicken paprika (Hungarian)
I am going to try the recipe that is in this week’s grocery ad
I would cut it up and barbecue and enjoy with mashed potatoes and salad.
I always fix some sides (mashed potatoes, veggies, salad) and have a chicken dinner first, then use the leftovers the next night for a chicken casserole.
Easy dinner – then soup with the leftovers.
pick up some deli mac and cheese and some green beans and take the night off!
Easy, fast dinner and then save the leftovers (if there are any ) to throw in a recipe. : )
I love this deal! It is so easy to bring this chicken and some sides over when I visit my dad and we all have a fast, good meal!
easy dinner – then next night shredded b b q chix sandwiches
I’ll use it to make chicken salad.
I use my chicken as dinner with a side of potatoes and vegetables.
Leftover chicken gets turned into chicken salad!
I like to make chicken salad sandwiches on wheat toast and then use the bones to make broth.
I would use it to make cilantro lime chicken salad. so yummy!!!!
My free chicken will be purchased and then consumed with a side of Publix potato salad before it even gets a chance to cool down. We just love it!
Just like it is.
I’ll use the chicken in a salad.
I will probably just eat it the way it is with some mashed potatoes and corn on the cob.
An easy meal with corn on the cob, then leftover will be a casserole 🙂
I would eat the chicken as is and make some grilled vegetables and a couple sides to make it a delicious meal.
The chicken will be the main dish with some mashed potatoes and green beans on the side. No left overs though, my boys will leave only bones!
I will use my free chicken for taco fillings and salad toppings!
I just used my chicken for chicken tacos. I’m going back tomorrow for another one to use in a chicken vegetable bake. This is by far my favorite promotion!
we’ll eat it with some veggies
I would use it for a quick dinner! I always use the bones and leftover chicken to make stock! Chicken noodle soup or Matzo ball soup is a staple at this house!
I think I may try your Easy Chicken Tamale Bake recipe. It sounds so good.
Start out eating it just the way it is… delicious. Then make some Indonesian chicken satay with the leftovers.
We’ll just eat it with a salad for dinner. Yum!
I like to use chickens for soups.
We are going on vacation to a timeshare with a kitchen, but don’t like to actually cook complete meals. It will come in handy to have with a few Publix side salads, and sandwiches the next day with the leftovers. I checked and there is a Publix close to where we will be staying next week.
I’ll use the free rotisserie chicken to make chicken enchiladas!
Got mine today!! It is a great time for this deal with 2 daughters playing on 4 different softball teams. It sure made dinner quicker and goes great with mashed potatoes and sweet peas
On a caesar salad …yummyyyyyy!!!!!!
With some homemade potato salad and some cole slaw! Sweet tea also! 😉
Just straight up with some potato salad and collard greens would be great! And some Kings Hawaiian rolls!
Mmmmmmm I love this deal!!! Salads, tacos, quesadillas, with yellow rice, green beans& broccoli, mash potatoes & rolls!!! So many thingssss 🙂 .
I use the chicken to make lunch sandwiches for a few days for my husband!
I eat it as is with sweet potatoes and broccoli. I use the leftovers to make quesadillas.
With my free rotisserie chicken, I’d make my famous Buffalo ranch dip. Yummmmm.
Love it with stuffing, mashed potatoes, and gravy.
I will make chicken salad and lots of sandwiches! 🙂
I will use the chicken to make yummy low-fat tacos for Cinco de Mayo
I would use my free chicken to make some delicious Chicken Alfredo for the family
I am going to make enchiladas with my chicken
I usually end up getting 2 of them because there are 5 of us (including 3 teenage boys). I usually pick up some mac & cheese from the deli and we are good to go. My oldest son and I polish of leftovers (if there are any) in the form of chicken salad sandwiches the next day.
I just plan to eat it of course 🙂
I like to add a couple of sides (green beans and whatever other veggie I have on hand) when I bring it home. For leftovers, I will make a big salad for my lunch with lots of veggies thrown in for crunch and taste.
I love making chicken salad with mine!! Yummmy
With all things Mexican on sale, I will be making chicken enchiladas, tostadas, etc. (I may need two!)
I got this deal yesterday and we just ate the mojo chicken with rice and beans for dinner, then I freeze the rest of the shredded chicken for a casserole later!
I’ll use the chicken for the main part of dinner
I am so excited!! I did this deal twice purchasing 3 Pantene products, Cascade, Bounty, and Charmin… all of those items were on my list anyway… I got two free chickens and pulled all the meat off and divided it into three portions. Two larger portions I used to make Chicken Alfredo and Chicken La Verle (Chicken with Wild Rice in a cheese sauce). The smaller portion I will use with the BOGO Sausage and a Zatarain’s Dirty Rice Mix that I got on sale a couple of weeks ago. Three meals basically for free all for purchasing items I was planning to buy anyway! Winner Winner Chicken Dinner!!!
This one I plan to cut up and freeze. Then I will have meat to use as needed – for soups, BBQ chicken pizza, chicken salad etc. I also will freeze the bones to make stock at some point.
Rotisserie chicken with parsley potatoes, broccoli, and a strawberry-walnut salad.
A free chicken would make for a quick and easy dinner for the family. I would just reheat, if necessary, microwave some mashed potatoes and carrots – Yum!
Chicken dinner and chicken salad with the left overs.
For a change, I’m thinking that Chicken Tamale Bake looks good. I will have to try it.
COMFORT FOOD! I would use the breasts for Chicken and Dumplings and the remainder I would cut up and make Chicken Caccitore…..YUM YUM
We use ours for pitas!!
I really appreciate your putting all these deals in simple, easy to follow steps as I have trouble doing that. Many thanks
The free rotisserie chicken works great for my family since half of us like dark meat and the other half prefer breast. I’ll add some macaroni & cheese along with green beans for sides. We usually have leftovers that I give to our two spoiled dogs – no bones though, of course!
An easy dinner is great. Add a salad and some bread and dinner’s done.
I’ll make my mom’s dill chicken salad on kings hawaiian rolls, yummy!
We’d have it with some fried potatoes and a salad
I have a guess coming into town and free chicken would save me a lot of time with one of the meals!
First with some veggies and homemade bread for a quick dinner. Then as a base for homemade soup! Mmm. Mmmm Good
Plan on making a yummy chicken breast sandwich with cranberry relish and arugula on lightly toasted Publix Sour Dough bread from the bakery. Then will cut up the remainder and make an easy chicken pot pie using Frozen pea and carrots, cream of chicken soup and baking mix. Two easy meals out of one yummy chicken.
We like to use it in sandwiches or salads.
My kids love the chicken as it with rice and broccoli then the leftovers make bbq chicken quesdillas!
If I could afford to shop and get the FREE chicken, which I can’t, I would EAT it.
Just eat it
We would eat it as is the first night with some kind of potatoes or rice, then shred the leftovers to use later with salad or maybe tacos
I use most of the meat for recepies and then boil the bones and use the rest of the meat for chicken soup.
I would use it for tacos or a stir fry! 🙂
I will shred up my chicken for enchilada filling– it saves me a bunch of time and is delicious too!
I would complete my meal adding mash potateos and asparagus to go with that tasty chicken
I use the chicken for easy Mexican dishes.
I’ll feed it to my family along with some Publix ‘tater salad!
I will use my free chicken to make a delicious dinner. I would serve the chicken as is and make different sides like pasta salad, regular salad and mashed potatoes.
I love using it for chicken fajitas!
Will use the chicken for quick/easy meal after a day at work. Add a side and dinner is ready.
Rotisserie Chicken makes a great meal with some roasted potatoes and green beans.
I have so many chicken recipes still waiting to be tried.
Quick healthy dinner for the kids or maybe chicken quesadillas!
As a quick, no-complaints dinner that will hit the spot.
I would use the chicken to make ‘Chicken teriyaki’ for dinner
With a salad and spinach.
I will use it for a quick meal because we are always busy with sports!
I like to make chicken noodle soup or chicken and dumplings with the free chicken! It’s easy and adds extra flavor!
Chicken with a side salad.
Chicken Nachos – having them tonight!
I will use my free chicken to make chicken pot pie.
I will use some of the chicken to make tostadas and the rest in fried rice. Yum!
I Would make chicken salad for quick lunches. Thank you.
I will use the chicken for pulled chicken sandwiches for dinner.
I will use the free chicken for a few quick meals for me. I have a bunch of dietary restrictions that the rest of the family does not have… So mine will be on a salad, pulled apart and mixed with some avocado for a chicken salad, with some potatoes for dinner… I can come up with quite a few options!
I love when Publix has the free chicken deals. ,,Me and my husband like to split them in half then seal them up with the seal a meal. Then toss them in the freezer. They thaw out nicely and taste as fresh as ever.
I would use it as is with BBQ sauce.
I like to use Publix chicken to top my lunchtime salads!
enchiladas and mulligatawny
I doubt that the chicken would make it to a meal unless I pick it up at dinner time. (Laughing) My girls, 12 and 14 yrs old, will smell the deliciousness and devour the chicken immediately!
shredded chicken burritos!
Publix Rotisserie chicken is the best! I usually get about 3 meals out of it – one for dinner, cut up the rest for sandwiches, and what’s left make BBQ chicken.
I’ll use my free Publix chicken to make Chicken Quesadillas
Quick dinner grab. With of course some of Publix Baked beans and potato salad!
to make chicken salad
its great with a vegetable for a quick meal.
With the breast I will make chicken quesadilla’s and the legs and thighs will be chicken N dumplings.
I put it on salads or make chicken salad.
We slice it up for a quick dinner of chicken sandwiches
I like using rotisserie chicken for chicken salad, bbq sandwiches and dropping into homemade chicken soup! Tough decision…..
All of my free chickens have been shredded and are in the freezer awaiting a dinner casserole!
It will be a great dinner dish for free!
I reheated it the next day with some white rice and corn for my picky eater. She always loves Publix chicken!
We will have a nice dinner with mashed potatoes and then if there is any left it will be turned into tasty chix salad sandwiches.
I will use the Publix rotisserie chicken to make my amazing Nachos! Nothing better than using a fresh Publix rotisserie chicken! 🙂
For dinner one night, with green beans and potatoes, left over for lunch, and then pick the bone for chicken salad for more lunches.
Free chicken will go very fast in my house. No leftovers ever! Great quick meal!
I use my rotisserie chickens to make mini chicken pot pies or chicken noodle soup. I usually get 3-4 and freeze the meat for future meals also.
I am thinking about adding it to some alfredo sauce and putting it on top of pasta. Havent had that in awhile!
I love Publix Deli chickens! So fat and juicy and are big enough for two meals. Night 1 will be sliced white chicken breast with the fresh green beans that are a great price now. Night 2 will be a asian infused chicken salad or soup.
im a vegetarian so i give it to the homeless guy who does yoga on the roadside for money
Serve with vegetables for Sunday lunch!
My husband and the kids eat the dark meat, and I get the wings (especially if it is the Mojo one! YUM!). Then the next day or so, we use the breast meat in a quick stir fry or casserole.
Feed my husband, so I don’t have to cook
I use it in tacos one night and on sandwiches the next day.
Mmmmm! I like to make one pot chicken pasta with 1/2 of a Publix lemon pepper rotisserie chicken, chicken and cheese quesadillas with the remaining leg and thigh, and “cheggen” salad (chicken and egg salads combined!) with the remaining white meat. If I’m feeling really chef-y I’ll make a pot of broth from the carcass.
As a quick fix meal. Add a veggies & side dish.
I will take it home and just look at it.
I would make something call tacos dorados! Yummy
For dinner with a salad and rice or maybe couscous.
De-bone it, throw it in a pan with BBQ sauce, and cook it down until it glazes. Then just pile it on a plate. Unless I have some good bread to put it on.
I use half of it the first day serving with mashed potatoes and green beans. The second day I use the leftovers in chicken enchiladas.
chicken tacos and chicken salads
I use my free chicken for lunch for my son, he love’s the mojo one and it’s a nice change from a typical sandwich!
Chicken dinner with potatoes and gravy!
With a veggie for a quick and easy supper.
Add some craisins, pecans, mayp and a few spices and you have a very yummy chicken salad my kids love
I would make a spicy chicken curry with lots of exotic spices. Yum!
Chicken salad, it’s hot in Florida right now!
On the first night, I’ll add potatoes and a salad. Then I’ll pull off the remaining meat and add it to a soup with other leftovers.
I would pair it with a couple sides for a quick dinner on a baseball game night and use the leftovers on salads all week
I freeze it to use later!
I have two teenage boys–there won’t be any leftover chicken! 😀
Quick stir fry
Spicey shredded chicken nacho’s! Family favorite!
It’s a great meal by itself w/a salad and bread.
Will make soup and use the rest for quesadillas for cinco de mayo!
Just add a few sides and I have a quick delicious meal.
I make a quick israeli cous cous dish with meat from the chicken, veggies from the freezer, a can of tomatoes and vegetable broth. Delicious, fast and easy.
I will use it as a cook free night, love these nights
I’ll probably shred the meat, add hot sauce, cream cheese, and roll in Pablo crumbs, and deep fry to make some spicy chicken balls.
Mojo chicken shredded into yellow rice with public frozen peas and carrots added the last ten minutes of cooking. Yummy and quick!
Makes for an easy chicken divan!
I’ll use the chicken to make a hearty chicken and veggie soup for dinner with a salad on the side.
Sunday dinner with the family
Either shredded in the crockpot or on the grill.
just eat it! and use bones for stock.
I will use my chicken to make crockpot chicken chili soup. Yum!!
chopped up on a salad 🙂
The Publix rotisserie chicken is so delicious and juicy that my husband and I split it right down the middle and dig in with our hands. We’ll devour it in one night, no questions asked. I might pick up a 4 pack of Kings Hawaiian rolls for a “side”-to make it more like a “meal”.
Chicken Quesadillas! 🙂
I always plan it for dinner that night and any leftovers become chicken salad for lunch later in the week.
A quick and easy chicken enchilada casserole with a green salad.
An easy lunch for my girls and I to eat while we unpack our grocery deals, after returning home from the store!
We are going to use our rotisserie chicken as a quick and easy weeknight meal. We also love the Kings Hawaiian rolls.
Making chicken salad on croissants.
I used my Barbecue Chicken on top of a homemade chef salad.
Just as it is with pasta, asparagus, and a salad
We just eat the chicken!
I will make some Chicken Salad.
I like to use leftover rotisserie to make cheesy chicken and rice bakes. My boyfriend especially loves them. =)
We will probably just eat the chicken as is for supper, along with salad and a veggie or two.
We will eat the chicken with a couple sides and then use the leftovers for some yummy chicken salad sandwiches
I will use it to make a pot pie.
I cook stuffing and vegetables and make a nice meal for everyone.
I will make small chicken pot pies.
Add some veggies for dinner.
Creamy chicken corn casserole.
Chicken tacos with leftovers.
Chicken spinach bake.
Chicken and dumplings.
Chicken egg spring rolls.
Chicken with a couple of side dishes.
I love to have a Mac and cheese with chicken.
Chicken pot pies.
Just chicken with rolls and beans.
Chicken egg rolls.
Chicken with dumplings.
I will make chicken lasagna.
I will make chicken lasagna!
Chicken with mashed potatoes.
Shredded chicken burritos.
Chicken with a salad.
Chicken Cesar salad.
I ate a leg and a wing when I got home while it was still warm. Then I took the rest of the chicken off the bone and made a Poppy seed Chicken Casserole to cook for tomorrow night.
Pull it apart and use it for tacos!
We usually pull the chicken apart for casserole recipes and chicken pot pie!
We use it as a quick meal the first night and then for the next couple of days as chicken salad sandwiches in our lunches! Delicious and easy.
I will make a meal out of it, then use the leftovers for a caserole.
I could stretch that chicken out for several meals.
First I would eat the two lets and two wings with mash potatoes and corn for dinner
Second I would cut on breast up and make chicken salad for lunch
Third I would take the other breast rip it up and put with cheese between two flour tortias pop it in the microwave for a minute, top it with salsa sour cream and lettuce – that’s another dinner
forth take the rest of the chicken body and meat left re-boil in a pot of water, add some chicken gravy mix, veggies and noodles and have soup for another lunch.
I will use the chicken to make chicken fajitas
I’ve never been adventerous with the Rotisserie Chickens, so I would probably eat it as is, along with a couple of sides of course!
Would be wonderful in a chicken and rice casserole
Just the way it is with a couple sides then make chicken salad out of the left overs.
I use mine for chicken enchiladas. Thanks for the chance
will put chicken on top of a big caesar salad.
By trying out your Easy Chicken Tamale Bake recipe, of course! 😉 It does sound really delicious and something we will enjoy!
Just add some broccoli and havarti cheese.
Chicken pot pie with leftovers.
Chicken dip we will have after we eat the rotisserie.
Add some macaroni and chose and Lima beans, yum!
I’d like to make a shredded chicken and cheese roll up with a hot sauce.
Chicken and small waffles.
Chicken pot pie.
Love to have chicken ravioli.
Chicken with veggies.
Just have a chicken rotisserie.
Chicken pot pie for a snack.
I would like to have chicken soup with left overs.
We like it with rice and salad.
I like to eat chiken with mashed potatoes and baked beans.
I like to make a spring mix salad and put this chicken on top along with walnuts and strawberries. Yummy.
If I’m in need of a quick dinner just easy the chicken like it is! Whip up some instant taters and microwave a vegetable! Dinner done in 5 minuets. Thanks Publix for cooking dinner.
Chicken quesadillas. Plus broth from the bone.
I like to make publix spinach chicken risotto soup!
Eat the legs & thigh then pull off the breasts and cut them up to mix with fettucine, broccoli, carrots and alfredo sauce.
I’ll make dumplings to go with the chicken. Thanks I Heart Publix and P&G for the great giveaway.
Barbecue chicken over rice.
Chicken pot pies.
I will had some veggies and a desert.
I will had some veggies and a desert. Hope I get this in in time.
I will make dinner super easy by picking up some potato salad from the deli and grab a bag of salad mix. Thanks
Chicken pizza the next day with left overs.
I make a chicken tortilla casserole whenever I buy a rotisserie chicken.