I'll try to remember to take a picture when it's done tonight :)
So much to do today, but I want a healthy and tasty homemade dinner (the two can go together!) Everyone here LOVES Salsa Chicken and I love it because it is one of the easiest dishes you'll ever make.
You Will Need:
Salsa (no certain amount here, I probably use a regular sized jar for 6 frozen chicken breasts)
Chicken (I love that I can just throw the frozen stuff in the slow cooker because I'm feeling lazy and don't want to defrost it.)
Throw it all in there and turn on high about 8 hours; All done.
Top it with some shredded cheese before serving. Serve with rice and beans (I'll have to post that easy recipe soon too, it's yummy.) or just rice... or beans, lol.
Everyone always raves about this dish and it is SO EASY!
Monday, March 14, 2011
Sunday, March 13, 2011
You Will Need:
1 box fudge brownie mix (and the oil, eggs and water needed to make it according to box directions.)
40 strawberry marshmallows
3 Tablespoons butter
5 cups rice crispy cereal
handful of mini marshmallows or chopped strawberry marshmallows
Make brownies according to box directions for a 9X13" pan. Be sure to cover the pan in parchment paper first with extra hanging over the edge for easy removal of your treats!
Melt butter and 40 marshmallows over med-low heat. When completely smooth and melted mix with 5 cups cereal. Keep warm.
When brownies have 2 minutes left sprinkle mini marshmallows (or bits) over brownies. Finish baking.
Remove from the oven and spread now soft marshmallows over the top of the brownies. It doesn't have to be perfect or pretty, this just helps the top layer stick extra well :)
Cover your hands with butter and spread the cereal treats across the top of the brownies. BE CAREFUL not to touch the sides of the brownie pan, it is still HOT!
Press the cereal treats down well and let cool completely.
For the peanut butter version use regular marshmallows and add 1/2 cup peanut butter to the melted marshmallow mixture before mixing with the cereal.
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Mike makes my absolute favorite guacamole and he made it the other night, I won't tell you how much I ate, it's a little embarrassing. I've been forbidden to share the exact measurements with the world, but I will tell you what's in it.
Avocado, tomato, cilantro, red onion, a little lime juice and a little salt.
A simple list of ingredients for a wonderfully fresh and simple delicious flavor.