Often buying a whole chicken at the grocery store is great way to save some money. However, buying a whole chicken can be a bit intimidating if you have never cooked one. If you want to buy a whole chicken at the grocery store but your not sure what to do with it we have the perfect solution. Make a slow cooker rotisserie chicken!
I LOVE my crock pot. I use it at least twice a week. One of my favorite things to use my crock pot for is for appetizers. I make all kind of yummy treats in my crock pot, and this week I made Crock Pot Cheese Dip which is the perfect blend of cheese, bacon, and spice. This dip is great with crackers, chips, or veggies. It was a big hit with guests that I had in my home over the weekend, so I wanted to share it with you guys! This Crock Pot Cheese Dip is super easy to make (It’s a set it and forget it recipe for sure). Let’s check out how to make it!Continue reading
A lot of you know that I have recently started doing Weight Watchers and I’m always looking for yummy recipe to share with my family and with you guys! This week I made a delicious melt-in-your-mouth, make-your-house-smell-amazing Pot roast that everyone in my family loved and I’m sure yours will too! I use my crock pot at least twice a week. I don’t know about you but I have much better energy in the morning, so if I can have dinner cooking by 9 am it’s a win win for everyone. Continue reading
There are three things wrong with my life. I do not have a lot of time, I hate to clean up after cooking, and frankly I hate to cook. That leads me to what I am good at finding recipes that are cheap and easy like this Crock Pot Chicken Alfredo Recipe. I am sharing it because it was so wonderful and so easy. It pairs nicely with white rice or over pasta. We just ate ours without a side. This is what you need.
We have a family of five but three are kids.
All you need are 5 ingredients and 5 minutes prep!
I bought a large package of 4 chicken breast
1 jar of Alfredo sauce or twoContinue reading
I just heard that we might be getting now next week, just in time for Christmas! We haven’t had snow here in TN for Christmas in about 5 years! When it comes to cold weather one of my favorite things to cook and eat is my Low Calorie Crock Pot Chicken Chili! I love traditional chili but my husband has horrible acid reflux and and the red sauce in traditional chili is horrible for his stomach. So when I found a recipe for a chicken chili I knew I had to give it a try (with a few tweaks to make it my own of course) and I wanted to share with you this recipe that is a huge hit in my home around this time of year!
You Will Need:
First, layer your chicken at the bottom of your crock pot, then add your corn (undrained), both cans of beans, and rotel. Mix together and add in some chili powder and onion powder to taste. Cube your cream cheese and lay on top. Cook on High for 3-4 hours, or on low for 6-hours.
Then, about 30 minutes before serving shred your chicken and stir together. Season with salt and pepper. Make sure to leave the lid off and turn crock pot settings to “keep warm” to allow your chili to thicken up a bit.
At only 196 calories per cup this is a yummy recipe that will fill you up without busting the calorie bank! Enjoy!
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Yay, the holidays are here! Who is excited about singing Christmas songs, picking out the perfect present, and all the yummy food!? Cooking with my family is one of my favorite things to do during the holiday season, and lucky for my, my family’s favorite thing to do during the holidays is eat, ha! Kielbasa is something we like to eat at any time during the year, and during the holidays it makes a great easy holiday appetizer! We give it a little make over and put it on a stick (because we know everyone loves anything on a stick) and tada! Instant holiday appetizer. We love a little spice in our food, but with a few changes in this kielbasa recipe you can take away or add some of the spice. Continue reading