In the past it has been difficult to come up with some new dinners for our family. As mom, I want my family to enjoy our meal. However, life is busy and chaotic. There are times I just repeat the same meals just to make life a little easier. In doing so, dinnertime can become monotonous.
I found an old recipe in my box which I had never made before. In keeping with our commitment to eat healthier, I modified it slightly with organic ingredients. I purchased a chicken on sale. In the morning I put it in the slow cooker. It cooked on high for about 6 hours. You could cook it on the stove, but I love my slow cooker. I froze the remainder of the chicken for other meals. The casserole was a hit and some of my children were even asking for seconds. I’m sharing it today on Raising Homemakers, so stop by and grab the recipe here
Jesus follower since 1987, wife since 1993, mommy since 1996, working from home since 1998, homeschooling my 4 blessings since 2003 (two of whom have graduated and are currently in college). This is my calling: to encourage, coach, and mentor women, helping them find balance in their lives as they depend on The Lord–to cheer them on and lift them up on their quest for rubies amidst the ruckus and struggle of day-to-day living. I am a Trim Healthy Mama, encourager, lifestyle blogger, organizer, time manager, and wellness enthusiast (currently healing from hypothyroidism and adrenal fatigue), and life coach. I am also a small business owner of two businesses: www.ruckusandrubies.com and www.etsy.com/shop/treasuredsparrow.