I posted this Crockpot Barbecue recipe a few months back – but I’ll be making it today for our Kentucky Derby Party (along with Derby Pie of course) and I thought I’d share it again for any of you who’d like to throw this in the crockpot and enjoy the race as well!
Recipe adapted from One Good Thing By Jillee
I saw this recipe for homemade English Muffin Bread a couple of months ago on Money Saving Mom and wanted to try it. I haven’t made homemade bread in years, since this recipe looked so easy I thought it would be the perfect to try. Especially since my kiddos wanted to help. Recipe adapted from One Good Thing By Jillee. [Read more...]
Crock-Pot Cola Ham
Easter is coming, and I’m already stressing out about how to get everything cooked and on the table at the same time for the BIG Meal. I know some people have this down to a science, but I’m just not one of them! Crock-Pot Cola Ham my favorite go to recipe for an easy and delicious main dish.
Grilled Chicken, Broccoli & Cabbage Salad
Recently, my family has made a commitment to eat healthier. We’ve been eating lots of fresh fruits and veggies and eating at home much more than usual. Since doing so, the biggest challenge has been finding ways to prepare food ahead of time on days when we are on the go. When I first heard about Tyson Grilled & Ready Chicken Breasts Strips I was excited to try out a new recipe. Especially considering that the chicken contains no preservatives and is carved from a real chicken breast. First, I went to Tyson’s recipe tab for inspiration, after about 10 days straight of regular grilled chicken and lettuce we needed a change. After perusing the recipes I decided to make up a recipe full of fresh veggies that didn’t include lettuce. I had recently seen a recipe on a friends facebook page of broccoli salad that inspired my creation.
My in-laws were in town for a couple of days so we enjoyed a date night out without the kiddos. First, dinner with my hubby then a quick trip to Walmart on the way home to grab the ingredients I needed for the Grilled Chicken Broccoli and Cabbage Salad. While we were there I also picked up bone-in chicken breasts, boneless skinless chicken breasts, squash, and zucchini for a soup recipe I am trying to duplicate after my trip to Dallas last week. I hope it turns out as delicious as this Grilled Chicken Broccoli and Cabbage Salad!
The recipe was so easy to make, especially with a food processor. Washing the vegetables took the most time by far, but I’m kind of picky about clean vegetables. Although you could eat the Grilled Chicken Broccoli and Cabbage Salad right away, it’s much better served after the veggies have had a chance to soak in the salad dressing overnight. It got the stamp of approval from both my hubby and the kiddos! I’ll definitely be making it again.
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- 2 packages Tyson Grilled & Ready Refrigerated Chicken Breasts
- 1 cabbage
- 1 green pepper
- 1 red pepper
- 1 yellow pepper
- 2 carrots
- 2 bunches fresh broccoli
- 1/2 red onion
- 2/3 cup low fat Vinaigrette salad dressing
- 1/3 cup low-fat Dijon
- 1 teaspoon oregano
- 1/2 teaspoon pepper
- Wash vegetables thoroughly.
- Either chop in food processor or chop finely by hand.
- Measure 2/3 cup Vinaigrette salad dressing and 1/3 cup Dijon salad dressing and add to chopped vegetables.
- Mix well to combine ingredients. I have found using a large bowl with a lid makes it much easier.
- Make sure lid is secure and shake until ingredients are mixed well.
- Pour veggies on serving dish, add Tyson Grilled and Ready Chicken Breasts then garnish with seasoning.
- Best served after refrigerating overnight.
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My friend Wilmari made these cute Easter Deviled Eggs. As soon as I saw her picture, I asked if I could share with y’all. I thought the idea was so cute, she said that she made them with her 5 year old daughter and they were super easy. If you don’t already know the secret to boiling the perfect hard boiled egg, you can find Jamie’s post here (although she hates deviled eggs). [Read more...]
You might be familiar with conversation hearts at Valentine’s Day. Those are the sugary sweet little candy hearts with the fun messages on them such as “Be Mine” or “Call Me.” These sweet little hearts are fun, and quite tasty, but what if you want, or need, to give a Valentine’s Day gift that is on the healthier side of the snack spectrum? If you are looking for a healthy Valentine’s Day gift, why not consider a Valentine’s Fruit greeting instead? [Read more...]
If you happen to be staying in on Valentine’s Day and are looking for an easy Valentine’s Day dinner, Crock Pot Lasagna is a fabulous option! Several years ago, I found this recipe for Crock Pot Lasagna and fell in love. I use a bottled spaghetti sauce but add additional spices to give it a homemade taste. If you keep browned ground beef in the freezer (read more here), it will cut your preparation time dramatically. After the recipe, scroll down as I have also included a couple of pics to answer any questions you might have.
If you are looking to whip up sweet Valentine’s recipes, you don’t need to worry about spending a lot of money or time in the kitchen. With about 45 minutes and a few simple ingredients, you can whip up this sweet and colorful Valentine Cupcake recipe. These cupcakes are perfect for gifting, school bake sales, or just to make and enjoy with your family!