I wanted to do a quick post today about a SUPER easy way to shred chicken…..or any other meat for that matter. I used to avoid recipes that called for shredded anything because I really can’t stand shredding meat. It is painful to me. Or I would have my husband do it. I found this… Read More

These enchiladas are REALLY good. I found them at Six Sisters’ Stuff, and my sister Jen made a couple of modifications to make it even better (thanks Jen!). Here it is in all of it’s glory: See? They even look so good. I actually saw pictures of the carrot cake too when I was uploading… Read More

My husband and I both lived in Portugal serving LDS missions several years ago before we even knew each other. We had several Hawaiians who also served with us. This recipe comes straight from one of them and has become a family favorite. I decided this last time to add in some stir-fry veggies and… Read More

This is for all of you Buffalo Chicken fans out there. I LOVE buffalo chicken. Not the wings (sorry! not a bone person), but I love the boneless ones. Probably a crime to some of you, but there you go. Whenever we are at a restaurant that has buffalo chicken, I always have to fight… Read More

This gem of a recipe has become a staple in our household. The best thing is that it’s made in the crockpot, so it’s literally a dump everything in and go kind of recipe. The original is here, but I have tweaked it a bit.  PrintChicken Enchilada Soup Ingredients1 15-ounce can black beans, rinsed and… Read More

This recipe is a family favorite, and great for the New Year when we are trying to cut down on the fat and recover from the holidays. 🙂 It is fantastic alone, but would also be great cut up on a salad. You could easily sub chicken tenderloin for the chicken breast to make it… Read More

I discovered this recipe on Pinterest and was immediately drawn to it because it’s made in a slow cooker. I don’t know about any one else, but my life is so busy that anything I can get away with doing the “easy” way, I choose. This is originally from Skinny Taste. Her blog is AMAZING.… Read More

This is a family favorite. My husband is our soup maker, and can throw together a mean soup on a whim. I have learned the art from him, and homemade chicken noodle soup is one of our favorites. We decided to change it slightly and use some of our leftover turkey and the drippings from… Read More

This week, as we’re talking about what to do with Thanksgiving leftovers, I couldn’t help but remember one of my favorite recipes that would help you to use up any leftover French’s Onions that you didn’t use on your green bean casserole. I tried this recipe on a whim when I saw it on the… Read More

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