Featuring all of your favorite Chick-fil-A menu items!
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Amidst the coronavirus pandemic, we've all been cooking at home way more than we're used to during normal times. We may have even hosted a virtual dinner party or two. At this point, we've gotten our hands on as many cooking tutorials and quarantine cooking tips from Joanna Gaines, Ree Drummond, and Ina Garten as possible. Now, we're looking outward to some of our beloved Southern brands to help keep things fresh in the kitchen.

Turns out one of our favorites has stepped up to the challenge. Chick-fil-A—praise the heavens—is now offering virtual cooking classes with their new "Nightly Nuggets" cooking series on social media. "Need a little help figuring out what's for dinner while you're staying at home? If so, we're here for you with easy-to-make recipes from Chick-fil-A staff using their favorite Chick-fil-A menu items in totally new ways," a company blog post announcing the news shared. "Whether you want to travel South of the Border with Mexican-inspired dishes like Chicken Strip Taquitos or turn up the heat with flavor-packed dishes like Sweet & Spicy Grilled Chicken Lettuce Wraps, you're bound to find a recipe (or two…or three…) that will please even the pickiest eaters in your family," the announcement continues.

So far, we've enjoyed watching videos for dishes like grilled chicken orzo, stuffed peppers, chocolate peanut butter milkshake pie, skillet kale crunch frittata, and spicy chicken tacos. (Pictured above is their spring chicken salad.) You can check out some of our favorites below and follow along on Chick-fil-A's Facebook and Instagram.

In light of the current situation, Chick-fil-A recently announced a nationwide partnership with Uber Eats to make ordering delivery easier. The company has also shared a guide to delivery and contactless ordering to take you through their delivery, drive-thru, and curbside pickup options step-by-step.

Dinner can wait, but it's safe to say that chocolate peanut butter milkshake pie cannot, dear readers. Clean plate club, here we come.