Okay, first off, I'll admit it. As long as they're cooked crisply in my toaster oven, I am a frozen-chicken-nuggets-smothered-in-katsup JUNKY. I have tried several brands, including Tyson, Banquet (UGH)... and then I saw Dino Buddies.Now, I have had dinosaur nuggets before. When I was a kid, I fondly remember being grossed out by some bouncy, blubbery dino nuggets. They were probably microwaved, the cardinal sin of nuggetry. Never micro your nuggets, eww, eww, eww. Anyway, they were gross, and I don't know if they were Yummy brand or not, but I kind of doubt it.So fast forward back to present day: I saw these Yummy brand Dino Buddies at Winco, and the brightly colored advertising of the health information made me pick up the box. Get this: - Fully cooked - **600 mg omega-3 per serving** - Good source of iron - Made with **white meat** - **0g trans fa**t per serving - Allergens: Contains wheat, soy and gluten. **Does not contain milk, eggs, peanuts, nuts, tree nuts, sesame, fish or seafood** - Labeled for Child Nutrition Programs - Microwaveable - **Resealable bag** - **No hormones**. Federal regulations prohibit the use of hormones in poultry. That's a pretty tall order for a child's nugget.So the health facts are pretty good. I mean, it's still a nugget, so it's still made of ground up chicken, and there's probably some nose, tose and hose in there. But my favorite thing about these nuggets?***THEY ARE SO GOOD OH MY GOODNESS.***If you cook them properly, in a toaster oven or a regular oven (I recommend getting a toaster oven; saves you time, electric, having a hot house... just doesn't save you counterspace :D) - they are crispy on the outside, tender on the inside, and the flavor is so good. I have never bit into a bad "gnarly" spot, and they crisp up on both sides.I'm not sure if you have Yummy products around you, they are made in Canada (check them out here: **http://www.maxi.com/dino.html**)Please try them!!! They're so good I haven't even given any to my son yet!