Imagine being able to enjoy Chicken Piccata on a busy weeknight. Imagine it being cooked in your slow cooker while you’re at work or out for the day. Imagine the sauce being low cal and organic. Too good to be true?
This pulled chicken is so easy and so tasty! All you need is chicken breast, a can of Dr. Pepper, and a bottle of Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ sauce. That’s it! The best part is that you can just throw it all together in a slow cooker and forget about it! Win, win, & win!
This is my absolute favorite way to use wonton wrappers! I brought my Buffalo Chicken Wonton Cups to a couple of different parties already this holiday season and everyone loved them! They make a great appetizer or finger food for cocktail parties. The cup-shaped wontons give a great presentation of what’s inside. Wonton wrappers are so diverse not only because can you put whatever you want inside of them, but they can also be shaped into many different ways. I shaped these wontons into cups using a muffin tin and baking them. I love this method because you can see what’s inside and they come out looking so cute!
Isn’t buffalo chicken the greatest thing ever? You can dip with it, top with it, wrap it, or just eat it with a fork! First I will show you my easy, slow cooked way to make the chicken and then I’ll give you some ideas of what to do with it!
Beef stew is something I usually only make in the fall and winter. I sometimes make this on the stove top, but I love the texture of the beef in the slow cooker. It simply breaks apart with your fork and is so tender. Continue reading
Wondering what to do with all of the leftover Slow Cooker Italian Chicken? Throw it on a roll, top it with some shredded mozzarella cheese, and toast it at 375 degrees for about 15 minutes or until the cheese melts. A delicious a quick lunch or dinner!
While my kids were out playing in the snow yesterday, I was so delighted to come back in the house and smell this delicious soup in the crock pot! Continue reading