These Chicken Chimichangas were delicious and as my friend Megan had suggested I skipped making the sauce and just added sliced avocado to the top! Using rotisserie chicken made this easier to throw together. We also skipped the rice because the chimi's themselves were more then enough for us.
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Friday, April 25, 2014
My friend Sara had recommended this Pioneer Woman recipe for Turkey Tettrazzini and it was definitely a keeper. I didn't have any turkey though so just made it a meatless dish the first time we made it and the second I used rotisserie chicken. I also used rotini pasta since it's what I had on hand. I hate olives so omitted those but those are the only changes. Also thankfully Sara had given me the heads up that the original recipe makes a ton so I cut it in half. Now that I know we like it next time I think I'll make the full recipe, cook half and freeze the other half for in the future.
Thursday, April 17, 2014
This recipe for Green Smoothie Muffins is definitely a keeper in our house! They not only have tons of spinach, bananas and strawberries but our whole family loved them! The recipe also makes a ton, it made a whole dozen regular size muffins plus one and a half pans of mini muffins!!! I froze some of them and they've been just as good defrosted as they were fresh.
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
This is one of my absolute favorite crock pot dishes and is another recipe I have my friend Sara to thank for! It is so delicious and simple and the leftovers are seriously amazing too! At Sara's suggestion I have changed the original Angel Chicken recipe a bit. Instead of chicken breasts we always use just over a pound of chicken tenders. We also use half a container of cream cheese that's the chive & onion flavor...then we use the other half in a week or two when we make this dish again (we make it that often we like it so much)! Also we use two packets of the Italian salad dressing mix & a can of golden mushroom soup and otherwise follow the recipe for the other ingredients. It only takes 4-5 hours in the crock pot and then serve over angel hair pasta. It's not a photogenic dish but trust me this is one your whole family will love!
Monday, April 14, 2014
These Chicken & Guacamole Tostadas are a seriously fresh, delicious and simple meal! I only had flour tortillas on hand the night I made them so I just brushed those with a bit of EVOO and broiled them just a little. I also didn't have smoked paprika and just used regular, not sure how much of a difference this would have made but we loved these! I also used rotisserie chicken and really this recipe is all about mixing things together and no actual oven time is required (unless you broil the flour tortillas like I did) thus making it an awesome dish for summer nights! Oh and I had an extra avocado so I added that sliced to the top...SO good!