Kroger is launching a new and improved recipe for their wholesome@home savory fresh roasted chicken nationwide on Saturday July 21st – and they want you to try it out!

All Kroger stores will be hosting wholesome@home Savory Fresh Roasted Chicken Tasting Events on Saturday July 21st from 11 am – 2 pm. Stop by, taste their new chicken and enter a drawing to win a FREE savory fresh roasted chicken! Each store will be drawing one lucky winner every 30 minutes between 11 am and 2 pm!

I was given the opportunity try the new Savory Roasted Chicken at a special blogger preview at the Lewis Center Kroger store – a beautiful store! I met some Kroger “regulars” Jim and Kathy who gave me a tour of the store. Their enthusiasm was contagious!

Chef Jim prepared several items using the Savory Fresh Roasted Chicken including a delicious Chicken Pot Pie, Curry Style Roasted Chicken Salad, Roasted Alfredo with Veggies…among others. All of the recipes were super easy to prepare and TASTY! I will be highlighting some of these recipes soon! He stuffed me so full and I’m excited to re-make these recipes at home!

(me and Chef Jim)

Don’t forget to mark your calendars! In the meantime, Kroger has provided me with some FREE product coupons for the NEW Savory Roasted Chicken to give to you and I am giving 2 of them away TODAY!


(2) Kroger Krazy Readers will win a coupon for a FREE Wholesome@Home Deli Fresh Roasted Chicken valid at ANY Kroger and Affiliates store!

To enter to win, just follow the instructions on the Rafflecopter below. It’s super easy, so don’t let it intimidate you! All options are just that – options (no mandatory entries). That means you can pick and choose the entry methods you like and skip those you don’t. Of course I would love for you to “follow me”, but if you just want to leave a comment for your entry (be sure to check that one on the Rafflecopter), then that’s all you need to do. All other options serve as extra entries into the giveaway.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

This giveaway ends 7/23 at 12:01 am and winners will be announced shortly thereafter.

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Lily Kwan

July 22, 201204:04 pm

I usually use the meat in a recipe.

Nicholas Harris

July 22, 201209:12 am

I serve it whole!


July 22, 201204:46 am

Usually whole. If there is any left (and there seldom is) I use it for chicken salad. Digicats {at} Sbcglobal {dot} Net

Karen H in NC

July 21, 201207:06 pm

Since I'm a single person, I divide a whole chicken into several different meals including 2 or 3 hot meals and cut up the remaining parts for chicken salad.


July 21, 201212:47 pm

I love using it in chicken divan casseroles.


July 20, 201211:47 pm


Cindy Wood

July 20, 201205:12 pm

I usually serve it whole.

Alison M.

July 19, 201209:33 pm

Wow I didn't realize you are in Lewis Center. I am close to you. I am in Delaware, Ohio.

diane campbell

July 19, 201209:08 pm

I usually serve whole the first meal because its a quick delicious, easy way to serve dinner when unexpected people show up. :)


July 19, 201206:19 pm

I take my chicken apart and cut it up into chunks and serve it in a salad with a piece of bread and my kids love it, the left overs (if we are lucky enough to have any lol, i shred and make rolled up chicken tacos, with sour cream, cheese, shredded lettuce and sometimes even guac on top yum)


July 19, 201205:20 pm


Selene M.

July 19, 201203:29 pm

I usually serve it whole. Makes a quick and delicious dinner.


July 19, 201212:16 pm

I serve it whole. After smelling it on the way home it goes directly on the table for dinner still warm, Yum!!


July 19, 201211:16 am

I serve it whole and shred the leftovers for sandwiches or burritos.


July 19, 201210:49 am

We usually serve it whole.


July 19, 201208:06 am

I serve it whole, as it is....and if there is leftover, I make some chicken salad with it. Yum!

alex h

July 18, 201211:50 pm

1st night - I serve it whole. If there are leftovers, I use them for a cold chicken salad sandwich with celery, cranberries & mayo..


July 18, 201207:30 pm

I love to pull the meat off and make chicken noodle soup...Super yummy!


July 18, 201206:20 pm

We eat it whole.


July 18, 201212:10 am

I take it apart to make homemade chicken soup and homemade egg noodles!

laura boyanton

July 17, 201210:48 pm

I would love to win!! Great fast dinner :)


July 17, 201206:25 pm

I serve it whole!


July 17, 201205:48 pm

I normally serve it whole, but sometimes use the breast for chicken salad and give my husband the rest LOL.

Kristen eby

July 17, 201203:16 pm



July 17, 201210:48 am

I normally serve it whole or in salad. :)


July 17, 201209:58 am

I serve it on buns with bbq sauce - so not whole!


July 17, 201209:45 am

We usually do both equally. it's so much eaier having the chilcken ready to just add to a recipe and the chicken alone is very good, too. One of our favorites.

Jacqueline Sayers

July 17, 201209:42 am

I usually nibble a little of the chicken, then I pick it to pieces to make the best chicken salad. I use onions a hard boiled egg, miracle whip, toasted pecans, and sometimes i use seedless white grapes I cut them into halves. Its delicious with crackers, on toasted bread. Thanks for the giveaways!!

Renee Hayes

July 17, 201209:12 am

I normally serve my chicken whole with veggies on the side.

kayla harris

July 17, 201212:57 am

i usually serve mine whole w/ a little cajun spice, butter and pepper...YUM! :) thanks for the giveaway...i love chicken ;)


July 16, 201209:18 pm

I usually can get two meals out of it -one whole and one for sandwiches or in a recipe


July 16, 201209:00 pm

I serve it whole and then use the leftovers in other recipies!

Debbie Campbell

July 16, 201208:13 pm

I use it both ways, depending on what I want for dinner


July 16, 201207:43 pm

I usually serve it whole.

Marci Campbell

July 16, 201206:23 pm

Whole with sides.

Debra Pauley

July 16, 201206:17 pm

I normally serve my chicken whole.

Joyce S.

July 16, 201205:59 pm

I like to cut it up and use it in casseroles.

Kathy L.

July 16, 201205:48 pm

I love the roasted chicken at Ralph's it makes preparing dinner so easy. I like to make chicken enchiladas with it.

Katrina E

July 16, 201204:33 pm

I usually serve it whole


July 16, 201204:04 pm

We vary. We use it whole sometimes and in other dishes other times.

Lisa M

July 16, 201204:03 pm

I serve it whole and then use any leftovers for chicken salad or sandwiches the following day.

stacy Cobb

July 16, 201203:20 pm

I usually serve it whole. I like to use extra to make chicken salad.


July 16, 201203:18 pm

whole, then recipes until the leftovers are gone


July 16, 201203:11 pm

so whole is my


July 16, 201203:10 pm

We generally eat the chicken for lunch as a family on the weekends it's a quick fun meal and we can enjoy the outdoors without getting stuck prepping in the kitchen!


July 16, 201203:01 pm

I usually serve it whole.


July 16, 201202:58 pm



July 16, 201202:43 pm

I shred mine up and use it in quesadillas or a casserole.


July 16, 201202:43 pm

Whole most likely but my husband would like it no matter how I did it lol he's happy as long as he can have some meat.


July 16, 201202:35 pm

WHOLE is great. Hubby tears it up and eats with other things.


July 16, 201202:32 pm

Serve it whole but always looking for new recipes...can't wait to see them!

Qpon Saving Mommas

July 16, 201202:16 pm

Serve it as whole.


July 16, 201201:37 pm

I serve it whole the first night and then make chicken enchilada casserole with the leftovers


July 16, 201201:30 pm

I serve it as a whole chicken and then use the leftovers for stirfry or something the next night. Thank you!

Jennifer Pickering

July 16, 201201:14 pm

Eat it whole!!

elaine barbarick

July 16, 201212:57 pm

I usually serve my roasted chicken whole.


July 16, 201212:44 pm

I usually serve it whole and if there are leftovers I will use it in some kind of recipe the next night!

Sarah Ashmore

July 16, 201212:07 pm

I normally serve my chicken whole.