Denise’s Creamy Swiss Chicken Breasts

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My Aunt Marge makes this yummy recipe really often for church potlucks and sick friends because it's very easy to make, freezes well and the leftovers are even better the next day!  It's so easy that the kids really enjoy helping out with this dish and it's one of those 'go to' meals that we can throw together in a pinch and be sure that everyone will eat it. The secret … [Read more...]

Allergy Free Garlic Chicken Skillet

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This my friends is a deceptively simple, knock your socks off dinner. It's a new favorite of my husbands and is super simple to make as allergy friendly as you need it to be. Here you see I have it served on pasta but you could just as easily serve it on a bed of brown rice or a gluten free pasta of your choice. Garlic Chicken Skillet Yield - 4 servings Preparation … [Read more...]

Denise’s Slow Cooker Chicken Pesto With Bowtie Pasta

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We do a lot of bulk cooking because our schedules are crazy during the week but we really prefer to serve home cooked meals to our five kids.  This is a super simple recipe as well as a great way to cook once and eat many times! I just bought 40 pounds of boneless chicken breast for a great deal but I need to get it put up in the freezer pretty quickly so I put half of … [Read more...]

Denise’s 3 Meals From One Roast Chicken

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Erin here - Add this to your next batch cooking day plan!!! It always feels great when we can make a meal go just as far as possible, and this is one of my favorite ways to stretch a whole chicken into three meals.  In addition to saving on the budget, it also saves a lot of prep time in the kitchen and makes it easy to plan meals for the week - perfect for these busy summer … [Read more...]

Tricia’s Slow Cooker Barbecue Chicken

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The simplest, tastiest, feed-a-crowd barbecue I know of. Warms your tummy in the winter. Helps you avoid turning on the oven or even the grill in the summer. A frugal fast food for slow Sundays year 'round. Pair it with corn on the cob, watermelon and a side of slaw and you have yourself an Independence Day meal. Of course, the children can mix up some Cookies and … [Read more...]