The definition of comfort food should be “Chicken Pot Pie”. It’s simply perfect in the fall and winter months with its yummy, warm filling and delicious, crunchy dough on top. I just love this stuff, it’s truly a recipe for all year round. Continue reading Chicken Pot Pie
These chicken strips are super simple to prepare and they make a great snack. What’s also great is that there’s no measuring here, of any kind, once the strips are marinated, spread them out on a baking sheet and sprinkle a generous amount of the seasonings on both sides.
Add salt if you’d like but loading up on other seasonings is a great way to help reduce your sodium intake. Also, cayenne pepper has a myriad of health benefits, including boosting the metabolism and aiding in digestion. Low-fat, low-sodium, and guilt-free… what more could you want? Continue reading Buffalo Chicken Strips
This meal has a lot of flavor to offer. The recipe itself can be baked in the oven or cooked on a stove top. It turns out great either way but I love the ease of a crockpot while I’m cleaning or working about the house. Before cooking, consider doubling the sauce because it’s truly wonderful on cauliflower rice and steamed vegetables like broccoli. If you want a little kick to it or if you just like it hot, add a little ginger or red pepper flakes and enjoy. Serves 6. Continue reading Crockpot Almond Butter Chicken