Time For The “Make One List. Make One Trip” Promotion! + $100 Publix Gift Card Giveaway!

May 5, 2016238 comments

Congrats to  Judi N (judnch@) –WINNER!
Make one listGreat news…it’s time to pick up some of our favorite products and get a FREE chicken with purchase! Yep, the “Make One List. Make One Trip” promo has returned! I love this promotion as I usually stock up on paper products and knock out dinner in one quick and easy trip!

The promotion couldn’t be any easier. As a reminder all you have to do is purchase any 3 participating P&G products at Publix and then add a Publix rotisserie chicken to your cart. You don’t need any coupons to get your deal—the price of the chicken will come off automatically at the register.

Need more than one chicken? No problem….you can grab one FREE chicken for every three specially-priced participating items that you purchase!

Plus you can choose any of the delicious rotisserie chicken varieties that they offer. My store typically has several varieties including Lemon Pepper, Traditional, BBQ, and my favorite – Mojo! Grab any one that you want that suits your needs. Pair it with a couple of sides or use it as a shortcut in your favorite recipe and have dinner on the table in a flash. You guys know that I have tons of recipe ideas to help you put that chicken to use. Feel free to go through any of the recipes below and you can whip up a delicious meal that’s ready in a flash.

May OLL Product ListRemember you’ll need to shop now through 5/11 (5/10 for some) to pick up your deals. Below are the participating items and matching coupons. As you can see you can grab some great prices in addition to that great freebie. Be sure to gather your coupons and make that list so you can stock up and get dinner knocked in just one trip!

Pantene Pro-V Shampoo or Conditioner, or 2-in-1 Shampoo & Conditioner, Assorted Varieties, 24 or 25.4 oz, $4.99
-$5/3 Pantene Products, 5/1/16 P&G (exp 5/14/16) [Must include shampoo and conditioner or styler excludes 6.7-oz.]
-$2/2 Pantene Products, 5/1/16 P&G (exp 5/14/16) [Must include shampoo and conditioner or styler excludes 6.7-oz.]
FREE $10 Publix Gift Card wyb $50 of Participating Items Rebate, exp. 12/31/16 (Publix Stocking Spree Rewards) 
As low as $3.33 per bottle + qualifies for your free chicken!

Tampax Pearl Tampons, 36 ct, or Radiant Tampons, 32 ct, or Always Pads, Infinity, Radiant, Maxi, or Ultra Thin, 22 to 46 ct, Assorted Varieties, $6.99
$0.75/1 Tampax Radiant Tampon Product Printable [16-oz.+; ETS]
$1/1 Tampax Pearl Product Printable [18-ct.+; ETS]
$2.50/2 Tampax Pearl Products Printable [18-ct.+; ETS]
$1.50/2 Always Pads or Liners Printable [12-ct.+ pads or 30-ct.+ liners]
$0.50/1 Always Pads Printable [12-ct.+; ETS]
$0.75/1 Tampax Radiant Tampons printable
$2.50/2 Tampax Pearl Products printable [18-ct.+]
-$1/1 Tampax Pearl or Radiant Tampon, 5/1/16 P&G (exp 5/14/16) [16-ct.+]
-$0.50/1 Tampax Product, 5/1/16 P&G (exp 5/14/16) [16-ct.+]
$1/1 Tampax Pearl Product printable [18-ct.+]
$1.50/2 Always Pads or Liners printable
$0.50/1 Always Pad printable
-$1/1 Always Radiant or Infinity Pads, 5/1/16 P&G (exp 5/14/16) [12-ct.+] 
As low as $5.74 per box + qualifies for your free chicken!

Pampers Bagged Diapers, Assorted Varieties, 18 to 37 ct, $8.99
$1.50/1 Pampers Cruisers Diapers Printable [ETS]
$1.50/1 Pampers Baby Dry Diapers Printable [ETS]
$1.50/1 Pampers Swaddlers Diapers Printable [ETS]
$1/1 Pampers Cruisers Diapers printable
$1/1 Pampers Dry Diapers printable
$1/1 Pampers Baby Dry Diapers printable
$1.50/1 Pampers Cruisers Diapers printable
$1.50/1 Pampers Swaddlers Diapers printable
$1.50/1 Pampers Baby Dry Diapers printable 
As low as $7.49 per bag + qualifies for your free chicken!

Tide Laundry Detergent, Assorted Varieties, 46 or 50 oz (Excluding Tide Simply), $5.99
$1/1 Tide® Detergent 37oz or larger (excludes Tide® Simply, Tide® PODS, 10oz and trial/travel size)
$3/3 Tide Detergents, Odor Rescue or Brights + White Rescue, Downy Products or Unstopables printable
$2/2 Tide Detergent, Odor Rescue or Brights + Whites Rescue, OR Unstopables In Wash Scent Booster printable
$0.50/1 Tide Detergent printable [37-oz.+]
FREE $10 Publix Gift Card wyb $50 of Participating Items Rebate, exp. 12/31/16 (Publix Stocking Spree Rewards)  
As low as $4.99 per bottle + qualifies for your free chicken!

Febreze Air Care Products, Air Effects, 9.7 oz, Set & Refresh or Stick & Refresh, 5.5 ml, or Wax Melts, 2.76 oz, Assorted Varieties (Excluding Unstopables), 2/$6
$0.75/1 Febreze Product Printable [ETS]
$0.75/1 Febreze Product printable 
As low as $2.25 + qualifies for your free chicken!

Ultra Downy Fabric Softener, 62 to 77 oz, or Downy Unstopables, Beads, or Fresh Product, or Bounce Bursts or Gain Fireworks In-Wash Scent Booster or Beads, Assorted Varieties, 13.2 oz, $5.99
$2.50/2 Unstopables by Febreze
FREE $10 Publix Gift Card wyb $50 of Participating Items Rebate, exp. 12/31/16 (Publix Stocking Spree Rewards)  
As low as $4.74 + qualifies for your free chicken!

Cascade Dishwasher Detergent Gel or Powder, 75 oz, or ActionPacs, 12 to 20 ct, Assorted Varieties (Excluding Cascade Complete 45 and 75 oz and Platinum 20 ct), $3.99
$0.50/1 Cascade Product Printable [ETS]
$1 off 1 Cascade Dish Detergent AND 1 Rinse Aid
FREE $10 Publix Gift Card wyb $50 of Participating Items Rebate, exp. 12/31/16 (Publix Stocking Spree Rewards) 
As low as $2.99 if your store doubles + qualifies for your free chicken!

Bounty Paper Towels, Big Rolls, 6 rolls, Basic Large Rolls, 8 rolls, or With Dawn Giant Rolls, 3 rolls, Assorted Varieties, $5.99
-$0.25/1 Bounty/Charmin product excluding single rolls 5/1 P&G
-$1/2 Bounty/Charmin products excluding single rolls 5/1 P&G
$0.25/1 Bounty Paper Towels Printable [ETS]
$0.25/1 Bounty Paper Towels printable
FREE $10 Publix Gift Card wyb $50 of Participating Items Rebate, exp. 12/31/16 (Publix Stocking Spree Rewards)  
As low as $5.49 if your store doubles + qualifies for your free chicken!

Charmin Bathroom Tissue, Ultra Soft or Ultra Strong, Mega Rolls, 6 rolls, or Double Rolls, 12 rolls, or Basic Double Rolls, 16 rolls, $5.99
$0.50/1 Charmin Ultra Soft or Strong Printable [12-ct.+; ETS]
$0.25/1 Charmin Basic Printable [4-ct.+; ETS]
$0.50/1 Charmin Ultra Soft or Ultra Strong printable [12-ct.+]
$0.25/1 Charmin Basic printable [12-ct.+]
FREE $10 Publix Gift Card wyb $50 of Participating Items Rebate, exp. 12/31/16 (Publix Stocking Spree Rewards) 
As low as $4.99 if your store doubles + qualifies for your 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 5/11 at 11 pm.


  • Leave a comment letting me know how you’ll use your free rotisserie chicken to make a meal for you and your family!

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  1. Chicken salad.

  2. I will use the chicken in a large green salad. So refreshing this time of year and super easy to prepare during ball season.

  3. I like to use it to make single serve chicken pot pies and freeze some of them for later.

  4. I’m going to use it the BBQ chicken pizza recipe, yum!

  5. Well do one meal just the lovely chicken with some side dishes then use the leftover chicken atop a green salad or shredded in tacos or something like that. Yum!

  6. I will use it for my awesome chicken and dumplings!

  7. We love Rotisserie Chicken with Potato Salad & Cole Slaw…super easy picnic meal!

  8. I’ll use my free chicken to make that easy chicken noodle soup from your post. It looks yummy!

  9. Basic–I plan to use the chicken as is, add some sides and be done!

  10. Chicken and dumplings

  11. I will have a quick& easy meal solution for my family with the rotisserie chicken, baked beans & salad.
    If i get more than one rotisserie chicken, I will probably make BBQ chicken flatbread pizza and/or BBQ chicken wraps.

  12. I would use the chicken to make Chicken and Noodle Casserole, and the bones to make some nice Chicken Stock! Thank you for the opportunity!

  13. I plan to break up the chicken, and use it in a homemade cream of mushroom soup! My husband LOVES Publix chicken, and this will cut down my prep time in half! ;o)

  14. We like the BBQ chicken with some sides, yum!

  15. I picked up a Lemon Pepper chicken today. Plan to use it for dinner tonight and any leftovers will go into a chicken salad. Thank you!

  16. Broccoli, chicken and rice casserole.

  17. I’ll add some sides for a nice dinner one night, then use the leftovers for chicken salad sandwiches. Makes a great lunch!

  18. Slice it with condiments and have chicken sandwiches.

  19. We’ll serve the chicken with mashed potatoes and a salad. We’ll use the leftovers to make chicken salad for sandwiches.

  20. I’ll be making chicken fried rice and chicken salad with the leftover chicken.

  21. Going tonight for the deal!

    And as it is Cinco de Mayo – making Chicken Quesadillas !

  22. I serve the chicken together with a side of fresh grilled veggies from the garden – healthy and scrumptious!!

  23. My favorite – Lemon & Pepper chicken salad lettuce wraps!

  24. I plan on choosing the lemon pepper chicken and then pairing it with side dishes of mashed potatoes and country style Bush beans that I already have in my stockpile.

  25. I will eat the chicken for one dinner then use the leftovers for another dinner. A two for one

  26. I’d make chicken salad for sandwiches and wraps.

  27. Cut it up and put it on top of salads…

  28. chicken quesas

  29. I got mine this morning, I am making some potato salad and I picked up some of the EatSmart Broccoli slaw for a quick Asian slaw.

  30. I will do two deals and the first night will be the chicken with mashed potatoes, green beans and salad. The leftovers will be used for either chicken salad or chicken enchiladas or both depending on how much is left!! Can’t wait.

  31. We like the lemon pepper chicken. I serve it with potatoes and a salad. If we have any leftovers, they make a good chicken salad.

  32. I always get several and chop and freeze.

  33. I will actually make more than one meal with the chicken. I can usually pick off around 4-5 cups of meatr from one rotisserie. I’ll freeze the meat in 2 cup portions. Then when I have a recipe that calls for cooked/shredded or chopped chicken, I simply pull it out of the freezer and voila! Dinner is served.

  34. Chicken and mixed greens salad are always a hit at our house.

  35. Take off the bone and make a delecious curried chicken salad

  36. chicken salad

  37. chicken divan

  38. Chicken salad is always a favorite for a quick lunch around our house

  39. I have a favorite family all in one meal with rice, cream of chicken soup, cut up chicken and broccoli .

  40. chicken pot pie definitely. Having a roasted chicken makes sooooooo much more tasty

  41. I will make chicken sandwiches on Hoagie Rolls

  42. I will make a delicious chicken noodle soup with my chicken

  43. I already picked mine up today–it will be perfect straight out of the fridge for a good dinner after my son’s baseball practice. I feel a lot better serving this than hitting McDonald’s!

  44. Chicken salad!

  45. bbq chicken sliders

  46. This time to make it really easy..I am picking up publix chicken meal deal sides..probably potatoe salad, ny style..and southern sweet coleslaw..I might add green beans fresh from produce or corn.
    And a melon…sweet tea and rolls.

  47. Chicken and Dumplings, with leftovers for chicken salad sandwiches!

  48. I will be trying the chicken noodle soup recipe listed here. Sounds good to me.

  49. I like to use my rotisserie to make chicken alfredo. I use pre made alfredo sauce and pull apart the chicken, toss into the sauce and serve over fettuccine noodles. Easy!

  50. I will eat with blackbean salad that I make before hand.

  51. Cheesy Crescent Roll & Chicken Casserole

  52. Shred it with rice, black beans, cheese, cilantro & lime juice for some yummy wraps!

    • hey – I like that idea!!! – will copy for sure 🙂

  53. I will completely cut up the chicken and add side dishes for dinner. Then I’ll use the rest for sandwiches. The skin I will give to my out door cats 🙂

  54. Those chickens make the BEST chicken salad!!

  55. We serve it it mashed potatoes and corn on the cob!

  56. Chicken enchiladas verde!

  57. I will make chicken and rice one night, and BBQ Chicken Nachos a few nights later! Love the convenience of rotisserie chicken!

  58. Eat the chicken with vegetables and rice

  59. I plan to purchase the toilet paper to obtain my free chicken. My kids love to eat the chicken just as it is!

  60. I use the mojo rotisserie chicken and shred it for enchiladas or tortilla soup… One less thing to cook & it tastes delicious!

  61. With a nice salad the first night, then shred it up into chicken salad and make a sandwich out of it for lunch the next day.

  62. When chickens are on sale or “FREE”, I buy at least 3 of them. I take the meat off the bone, divide each of them in half and freeze them. When I need a quick meal, I pull out a bag of chicken and one or two of my usually “FREE” Birdseye veggies or rice medleys. Throw in a skillet with a teaspoon of oil and saute. It just has to heat up. Soooooo easy.

  63. Sliced with sides, salad, buffalo chicken dip, quesadillas, the list goes on! It’s so hard to choose and tastes great in them all 🙂

  64. My plan I to pick up some potato salad and baked beans. Supper I served!!

  65. Chicken salad for lunch, & enchiladas for dinner!

  66. Add some sides and it is such an easy great dinner for a busy weekday night.

  67. We love to use it for Chicken Nachos!

  68. We like to eat it as it is and add sides. I will cook mashed potatoes and gravy and green beans to go with it, and Pillsbury croissants ..all from my stockpile of course!!! (:

  69. We eat the legs and wings right away with baguette and coleslaw. Use the breasts for sandwiches the next days, and then make broth with all the bones and any older celery or onions or potatoes I have lying around. So the chicken goes far 🙂

  70. We like to shred it up, and mix it with spaghetti noodles, broccoli and alfredo sauce for a quick weeday meal.

  71. Shred it and put into chicken lasagna with alfredo sauce and lots of cheese!

  72. I would cook some chicken tetrazzini.

  73. I’ll make chicken salad and sandwiches, plus freeze some soups. Plus I might make a couple of chicken pot pies! 🙂

  74. I will use the free rotisserie chicken to make a chicken pot pie with it!

  75. I love the chicken the way it is. Add corn on the cup and potato salad. Yummy. Left over I like the shred it cook it with garlic n onion and eat it in a tortilla with salad.

  76. Enchiladas verdes! Mmmm…. Que ricas!!!

  77. love to get these chickens and shred them to use in Mexican dishes….

  78. I will serve chicken, vegetables and rice the first night and use the leftovers to make chicken salad the next day for lunch.

  79. I will use my free rotisserie chicken to make a white chicken chili meal for me and my family!

  80. Easy dinner tonight Publix rotisserie chicken and Publix potato salad.

  81. serve it with mashed potatoes and green beans

  82. I will serve it with some hot rolls and a nice salad for a quick and easy dinner.

  83. I am using mine right now to make quesadillas before a little league baseball game ! It comes in very handy when you were in a big hurry !

  84. Black Beans & Rice with Publix Rotisserie Chicken makes a delicious dinner!

  85. Love the lemon pepper chicken. We roast some potatoes and a salad and it is a nice meal. Or we can get some potato salad from Publix and add some beans and have an indoor picnic.

  86. I have my free chicken and will be making a chicken and stuffing casserole.

  87. I like the lemon pepper chicken and I’ll serve it with mashed potatoes, green beans and dinner rolls. Perfect, nutritious and easy meal.

  88. When I buy a Rotisserie Chicken from publix I like eating eat right away, but love using leftovers to make Tacos; I open a can of black beans and cook them with some onions, garlic and cumin. I make a fresh pico de gallo and crumble some fresh “queso blanco” cheese. I make sure to buy some fresh corn tortillas(or make my own) so delicious!.. of course Lots of lime wedges and hot sauce are always served with it.

  89. I will take a true night off from cooking and when I get the free chicken, I will pick up some coleslaw, potato salad and Publix rolls. Love having an easy night!

  90. Shredded in a salad

  91. Shredded with buffalo sauce and hot sauce in a wrap.

  92. I love to serve with mash potatoes and corn on the cob! Cannot wait to grab a few to make this weeks dinners easier 🙂

  93. We paired the mojo chicken witha box of Stouffers mac and cheese we ot on sale a few weeks back. The simple dinner gave me time to catch up on some things I’ve been putting aside.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  94. My family loves chicken salad made from Mojito chicken!

  95. Over the top of leafy greens or spinach in a salad.

  96. I’ll add the chicken to a salad for a quick and healthy dinner! Thanks!

  97. I got the free chicken today. I served it with French Fries and garlic bread. My family had a silverware-free dinner – which is very rare for us . Everyone enjoyed it. .

  98. Just add some sides. Mac n cheese and soft dinner rolls.

  99. I’d make some buffalo chicken dip!

  100. We have the chicken and fresh express salad.

  101. Plan on going right at meal time, eat as soon as we get home with couple of veggies, then rest of chicken in maybe chicken salad 🙂

  102. I will have it for dinner and the left over will use to make buffalo chicken dip! 🙂

  103. I plan on using my chicken for enchiladas.

  104. I’ll be using my chicken for salads.

  105. We make fried rice.

  106. Straight from my Publix to my table with some Publix macaroni salad and some fruit salad – perfect dinner. Done.

  107. Chicken dinner and leftovers will be my grandmas chicken paprikas.

  108. Straight chicken, just that fresh juicy chicken into my mouth, no sides needed.

  109. I am going to serve up our chicken with a big salad and crusty French bread.

  110. Speedy trip home, then eat chicken caveman style

  111. I’ll grab a bag of Fresh Express salad & Pair it with the rotisserie chicken & have a quick Meal !

  112. Shred and add to a salad!

  113. I plan to use the chicken to make toastadas and then the left overs get eaten at lunch as chicken salad with a homemade peanut sauce. Yum!

  114. Eat it with mashed potatoes & gravy.

  115. I will use my free rotisserie chicken to make enchiladas for my family.

  116. We use it to add to salads for a quick lunch.

  117. We use the main parts (breast, legs, thighs) of a Lemon Pepper rotisserie chicken for a quick dinner with homemade mashed potatoes/roasted sweet potato and a tossed salad. Then we use the remaining chicken meat (picked to the bones!) to make White Bean Chicken Chili for another dinner served with cornbread.

  118. After eating the legs and wings as one quick fix meal, I plan on making enchiladas with shredded breast & thigh meat

  119. Chicken burritos for cinco de mayo weekend

  120. My family will eat the chicken with some sides from the Publix deli. Easy dinner tonight.

  121. There is only my 80-year-old and I still left now. So, no fancy high priced restaurants for us this Mother’s day. Just some good quality time with my Mother.

    I would take the rotisserie chicken and cut it half. One-half of the rotisserie chicken would be put away in the refrigerator for another meal with my Mother later. She was always thrifty that way. The other half, I would serve it to my Mother this Sunday.

    A coupIe of years ago, I came upon a roast chicken recipe that my Mother use to fix for us, 3 boys. My Mom has even said that being able to roast a Chicken should be a requirement of motherhood. Today, thing are different in the kitchen than they were 60 years ago, but Mothers still hold many of the same values. They want to serve their families delicious and nutritious meals.

    One of my Mother’s favorite things that she hasn’t done in many years is to have Bruch in the garden. So, this Sunday brunch for Mother’s Day luncheon with just me and her. With or without the rotisserie chicken, I definitely plan on having plenty of them at our Home! Even if it’s just Hot Dogs and chips on any day, I will make plans to recreate some of my Mom’s favorite things. And it would be my great honor to show her the amazing and awesome moments she has shown me.

    Happy Mother’s Days,

  122. We just cook up some frozen french fries and eat the chicken with mustard. Yum!

  123. I would use it to make chicken salad.

  124. Cut it up and make yummy rotisserie chicken salad on croissants!

  125. Lots of quesadillas and salads for us!

  126. Going to make chicken salad on pita bread. Yum!

  127. I want to try out your Easy Chicken Tamale Bake recipe. That sounds so good!

  128. I would use the chicken to make Chicken Tortilla Soup!

  129. We love to pull ours of the bone and make yummy chicken wraps. It’s easy, filing and my whole family loves it! !!

  130. Chicken salad

  131. I will have it for dinner!

  132. I love to take off all of the meat from the rotisserie chicken, and set aside.
    Steam some broccoli, and set aside.
    In a saucepan, mix together, cream of chicken soup, shredded cheddar cheese and curry powder. Heat through until hot and all the cheese has melted/been incorporated into the sauce.
    In a lightly greased casserole dish, place your broccoli. Top with the chicken. Pour sauce over all.
    Top with more shredded cheddar if desired.
    Heat in the oven until bubbly and edges are golden.
    Serve over rice, noodles, or mashed potatoes.

  133. I frequently buy Publix Chicken, and will make a meal with mashed potatoes and gravy, hot rolls, Italian beans, green salad !

  134. I will make spaghetti squash enchilada boats with the chicken. It is delicious!

  135. I picked up 3 free chickens this past Wednesday. Took it home, deboned it, and have been eating it as is, with veggies on the side! It has been delicious and such a time saver!!

  136. I will be using it as an easy meal – just add mashed potatoes and a veggie.

  137. Wow! I used part of it last night for quick chicken quesadillas before going to a baseball and then a softball game and just put the rest in a crockpot to make chicken tortilla soup for another quick dinner before another baseball game tonight! I will definitely work this deal one more time while it is available!

  138. I like to eat the legs and wings for dinner and use the breast meat to make a pot of soup. It’s the best.

  139. We use it to make Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas. Quick and oh so tasty!!

  140. Dinner with sides the first night and chicken salad for lunch the next day.

  141. Chicken salad

  142. I make a dish called “Maw Maw’s Chicken Pie” that uses the shredded rotisserie chicken mixed with chicken broth and cream of chicken soup that is topped with a buttermilk biscuit mix that is absolutely delicious, and that everyone loves. I love this promotion and stock up on some household essentials to get the free chicken-what could be bad?!

  143. Chicken enchiladas!!!

  144. Just add some veggies and serve it like it comes.

  145. I plan to eat it warm with salad on the side

  146. I always do chicken salad with leftover rotisserie chicken. It’s the perfect lunch to take to work the next day.

  147. Chicken caesar salads for us.

  148. Chicken enchiladas! Our favorite!!

  149. I would make this DELICIOUS Chicken/cheese casserole
    2 c shredded chicken (cooked)
    8oz cream cheese
    8 oz sour cream
    1 bag shredded Mexican cheese
    Mix all together & Bake to melt cheese

  150. Chicken salad! So good

  151. shredded chicken tacos

  152. I want to make that chicken salad recipe you have listed, it looks insanely good!!!

  153. BBQ chicken pizza sounds so good!

  154. Chicken phillies

  155. chicken on fresh Publix bread and home made mashed potatoes and corn on the cob.

  156. buffalo chicken pizza

  157. I will use it for dinner plus potato salad and Italian sesame bread.

  158. I like to try your Asian Chicken Salad Wrap.

  159. . A quick dinner of chicken, corn , broccoli, and beans after T Ball.

  160. I love making chicken salad sandwiches with it. So easy and fast!

  161. We’re low-carbing here, so we’ll probably use it over spaghetti squash or on a salad.

  162. I will make some stove top stuffing open a ca of cranberry suce and a salad from the Publix Deli and it’s a mini Thanksgiving dinner.

  163. I would remove the breasts from the chicken and make tarragon chicken salad with them. Then, I would pick all the rest of the chicken from the bones and make a chicken and dressing casserole. Yummy!

  164. Chicken noodle soup

  165. I have an awesome recipe for rotisserie chicken salad!!..and my gang loves it!! What better way to spend a warm spring afternoon than sitting outside enjoying chicken salad sandwiches, potato salad and non-alcoholic margarita punch!!


  166. I make chicken tamales out of them.

  167. chicken Alfredo

  168. Dinner with mashed potatoes and corn!!!

  169. It will probably be a few meals for my husband and I. One will be the chicken with a side like potato salad and fresh bread. The leftover chicken will make a great chicken salad for sandwich lunches as well as maybe topping for a salad.

  170. Family size southern chicken pot pie with collards and finished of with peach cobbler. Yummm!

  171. Chicken tacos.

  172. I like to make chicken quesadillas with a cucumber & tomato salad.

  173. I’m in Cinco de Mayo mode, so enchiladas and/or quesadillas for me!

  174. Making a salad with gourmet tomatoes to have with the rotisserie chicken.

  175. I always use a rotisserie chicken to make a double batch of Indian curry with some nan bread. Delicious.

  176. This time i’ll be using mine with some leftover ham to make chicken and ham pot pie, with a gorgeous buttery puff pastry crust!

  177. We love the rotisserie chicken in enchiladas!!

  178. We got the bbq chicken. Warmed up some tortillas, and added the chicken, bbq sauce, cheese, and shredded lettuce with pickles. The kids loved it, and were completely satisfied with dinner!

  179. It varies, but yesterday were delicious salads. Fresh romaine lettuce, chicken, mandarin oranges and croutons, with poppyseed dressing. Delicious!

  180. I make chicken pot pie with rotisserie chicken…yum

  181. I’d use part in an enchilada casserole and part for sandwiches – and save the carcass for soup stock.

  182. We want to make chicken salad to dip with our crackers, while watching a soccer game.

  183. I will pick up some publix macaroni salad and rolls as well and call it a meal!

  184. Just straight off the bone with mashed potatoes.

  185. I am going to make chicken chimichangas.

  186. I’m going to make your Chunky Chicken Salad (it’s so good!) and chicken enchiladas..

  187. I had some of the best chicken salad and I want to try to remake it using the rotisserie chicken.

  188. As is – why mess with a good thing! Add Simply mashed potatoes (in the ad) and maybe some corn. Cant get any better!

  189. so many options…chicken salad, bbq pizza, bbq quesidillas,on a crusty roll with mozzarella and sun dried tomatoes…I am getting hungry!

  190. I will make a homemade chicken pot pie.

  191. We will add green beans and some potatoes and call it a meal! Then we’ll use the leftovers to make some chicken tacos the next day!

  192. I like to make chicken salad -this would be an easy shortcut.

  193. Chicken lemon orzo soup…yum

  194. I would make a chicken salad with grapes, pecans and dried cranberries. Yum.

  195. I would take chicken and cut it up in white rice and butter. 🙂

  196. Revised: May 6, 2016

    Re: Time For The “Make One List. Make One Trip” Promotion! + $100 Publix Gift Card Giveaway!

    Dear Michelle and P & G Folks:

    There is only my 80-year-old Mother and I still left now. So, no fancy high priced restaurants for us this Mother’s day. Just some good quality time with my Mother.

    I would take the rotisserie chicken and cut it half. One-half of the chicken would be put away in the refrigerator for another meal with my Mother later on. She was always thrifty that way, so are her boys. The first half of the chicken, I would remove the bones for her and serve it to my Mother this Sunday on her finest china that she has. But first, waiting for her would be a Beautiful Bouquet of a Dozen Premium Rose and a Hallmark Greeting Card.

    A couple of years ago, I came upon a roast chicken recipe that my Mother use to fix for us, 3 boys. My Mom has even said that being able to cut up and cook a Chicken should be a requirement of motherhood. Today, things are very different in the kitchen than they were 60 years ago, but Mothers still hold many of the same values she says. That they want to serve their families delicious and nutritious meals. I remember that she always tried to use season ingredients. Since Corn is just now coming in, I would cut the kernels from 5 ears of cooked corn for her. I’d sautée fresh yellow & zucchini squash and a few Vidalia onions in olive oil. There would be warm Italian Five Grain Bread with sweet creamy Butter. Fresh Brewed Tea over ice. We’d have a slice of Chantilly Cake for dessert. We have Coffee with real cream & sugar.

    I wish that I could call up some of the forgotten dishes from my childhood. Most all of those incredible recipes are irretrievable now. More than any lost recipe or some remembered delicacy from our childhood is what captives me, captives all of us, looking back through those years of how our Mothers merged the ingredients from scratch. I crave it! The past. How it formed me and my 2 brothers. How it formed all of us. How it Fed and Nourished our little bodies as children. Much later, we would discover that our Mothers were Feeding our Minds and our Souls, too. Our Moms made us who we are.

    I guarantee if our Moms did the cooking for the NASA astronauts at the International Space Station, they would never want to leave Space. Our Mothers must go to some Special Secrete School and get the highest Degree there is. It is so much higher than Bachelors, Masters, Doctors or any Law Degree, because Mother’s know everything. They are our Doctors when we are ill, Chefs when we are hungry, Banker when we need monies, etc. It is a never-ending list of things that Mothers do for us. If reincarnation exist, I hope and pray that I do not come back as a Woman, Mother or BOTH!!! It is just too hard of a job. Please just let be come back as a man! It is so much easier that way.

    One of my Mother’s favorite things that she hasn’t done in so many years is to have Bruch in the Garden. So, this Sunday brunch for Mother’s Day will be with just be her and I. I definitely will plan on having plenty more of them at our Home. Even if it’s just Hot Dogs and Potato Chips on any day. If she’s there it’s worth it, Now, I am starting to wonder who Mother’s Day is really for and who gets more out of it. We show our appreciation and praise to our Mother’s, but her children get a purpose of planning the day and activities. We get to remember those times that only a Mother could create. We love her more than the life she gave us. An Unknown Source says it best as to how deep a Mother’s Love runs for her children: “If I had to choose between breathing and loving you I would use my last breath to tell you I love you.”

    Because of the inspiration this Contest has given me, I will, this Mother’s Day Sunday, ATTEMPT to recreate some of my Mom’s favorite moments in the Garden. And it will be my greatest honor to show her the amazing and awesome respect that she has shown everyone throughout her life.

    Happy Mother’s Days, Mom,

    My Mother calls me by middle name.

    All items mentioned above are in Publix Sales Ad Effective 05/5–05/11.
    MY SHOPPING LIST – Mother’s Day – May 8, 2016 – 11 items
    Chantilly Cake
    Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee
    Florida Sweet Corn
    Green Beans, or Yellow or Zucchini Squash
    Lay’s Family Size Potato Chips
    Hallmark Greeting Cards or Gift Wrap
    International Delight Coffee Creamer
    Italian Five Grain Bread
    Oscar Mayer Beef Franks
    Pompeian Olive Oil
    Premium Dozen Rose Bouquet

  197. A delicious and easy dinner with a side of Publix potato salad!

  198. I always grab a rotisserie chicken to make enchiladas – they taste awesome and they are so easy to prepare when the chicken is already done for you and flavorful! Thanks for sharing!

  199. Publix Rotisserie Chicken with Publix potato salad, corn on the cob, baked beans. GOOOOOD !

  200. We love the chicken with a side of rice, beans and vegetables but right now the kids love mac n’ cheese, so mac n’ cheese it is! The leftovers are made into chicken salad.

  201. We will have the rotisserie chicken along with a side of Publx potato salad, baked beans, and soft rolls. Quick, easy, and yummy for this busy mom.

  202. I would have grilled vegetable and a salad with my chicken.

  203. We will have corn on the cob and a big salad with our rotisserie chicken

  204. I will grab the chicken in a day or two because it will be a quick and easy meal for the family.

  205. We have our rotisserie chicken with Hawaiian bread. They go so well together

  206. I use the chicken in a meal with pasta as a side, then use any left over chicken to make sandwiches in the days after.

  207. Live to put chicken in salads

  208. I like to make chicken enchilada’s with Publix rotisserie chicken.

  209. We have it with a frozen vegetable and ready made mashed potatoes.

  210. We will get some quick sides from the deli and rolls from the bakery to pair with our chicken.

  211. Meal #1, rotisserie chicken, cole slaw and baked beans, roll. Meal#2, chicken Cesar salad and chicken salad.

  212. We make wraps with chicken, spinach, beans, corn, rice and hummus. I am so hungry just thinking about it!

  213. We’d eat a couple meals out of it…as is the first night with some mashed potatoes and the second night would be yummy chicken salad sandwiches!

  214. I use it whole the first night then make chicken tacos

  215. I can eat the whole chicken myself with mashed potatoes and stuffing

  216. I love to take chicken sandwiches with mayo for lunch

  217. What a meal with Publix Chicken, sweet potatoes, macaroni and cheese, and collard greens .

  218. I serve it with mashed potatoes and green beans and any leftover chicken I shred and use in quesadillas the next day.

  219. I would cut it up and add it to stir fry.

  220. I would make a chicken Cesar salad pita. I would chop up the rotisserie chicken, stuff in my pita with lettuce, feta cheese and Cesar dressing. Yum-licious!

  221. I like to use Publix Rotisserie Chicken to make my Mexican wraps! Chop the chicken, add can of drained rotel and 1/2 can enchilada sauce and simmer. Add cheese, salsa, black beans sour cream and shredded lettuce on a whole wheat tortilla! YUM!

  222. I would make chicken salad!!

  223. We will use our free rotisserie chicken to make enchiladas! It’s one of our favorite meals.

  224. We will have the rotisserie chicken for dinner with potato salad and broccoli. Will save leftovers for chicken sandwiches for lunch.

  225. I would make my famous buffalo chicken dip, yummo!

  226. I like the mojo best-1st night I have it as main entree with mac & cheese as side & a veggie.I like to make BBQ chicken on bun & or chicken club sandwiches with fries & a veg with any leftovers.I buy diapers 2 get the chicken free,then give 2 daughter 4 grandbaby.#Winnerwinnerchickendinner!

  227. I’ll use the rotisserie chicken to make enchiladas 🙂

  228. Serve it hot with mashed potatoes and vegetables, then use left overs to make chicken salad sandwiches.

  229. We’d make bbq chicken sandwiches

  230. I would use the Rotisserie chicken to make enchiladas! Super easy and delicious that way plus lots of left overs so we can have it for lunch or dinner the next day 🙂

  231. We will eat the chicken freshly cut off the bone with a side of vegetables. Love the meal from Publix that includes rolls, and 2 sides (potato salad & baked beans are our favorite)

  232. Buffalo chicken sandwiches! YUM!

  233. There are two recipes I’ve been wanting to try, one of them is a Garlic Parmesan Chicken Lasagna Bake the other is a BBQ Chicken, Apple, Bacon, Cheddar Quesadillas. So with one of those two, I’ll use the leftover rotisserie chicken after having some the day of with a side of baked sweet potatoes.

  234. Enchiladas, made with mojo chicken!

  235. with some nice mashed potatoes

  236. We would eat it plain with a fresh side salad and homemade potato salad.

  237. I am going to make Grilled BBQ Chicken Pizza with my free Rotisserie Chicken. We love this meal and at this time of the year – we love being outside in the late evenings. Thanks for the chance.


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