Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Crockpot Salsa Chicken

 

My Grandma may of made me the happiest person on earth last night.

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She called me and told me she had a bunch of peaches that are ripe and ready if I wanted to come get them.

Is that even a question? I may of squealed with excitement when she told me.

I ended up getting a box spending the remainder of the evening and cutting, peeling and storing them in freezer bags so I could use them in the future in shakes and such. I kept a few out to eat straight out of the fridge.

Last night for dinner we had banana squash with some pan seared halibut and green beans. I LOVE halibut and don’t buy it very often because it is a bit pricey, so this was quite the treat last night.

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This morning I coached a few classes at GPP and when it came time to go home it started POURING. I mean like torrential down pour.. I’ve never seen it rain so long and hard as it did this morning in Utah. I waited till it backed off a bit to drive home and ended up driving through flooded roads most of the way home!

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I had a Doctor appointment today {36 weeks} I even took the twins with me today so they could hear their baby brother/sisters heartbeat. They thought it was pretty cool.

When I came back to my car I attempted to squeeze through this to get in my car door.. Yep. I am sure anyone watching me was laughing. I had to let the kids in through the rear door because I couldn’t fit between the cars to buckle them in.

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Tight parking..

We had a crazy busy afternoon of a bunch of kid stuff. I also taught pump tonight and knew we wouldn’t get home till about 8PM, so I made sure to get a head start on dinner.

Crockpot Salsa Chicken

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This is probably the easiest thing and most ugliest thing ever photographed. *PS. I found these crockpot liners at the grocery store and they make cleaning up a BREEZE!

Ingredients:

  • 4 Thawed Chicken Breast
  • 2 Cups Jacks special Salsa

Directions:

  1. Place in crock pot on high for 2 hours.
  2. After 2 hours place on low for 2 additional hours.
  3. Shred
  4. Eat.

You can use this in taco, enchiladas, on top of a salad or just eat it straight up. I ate mine on top of a toasted piece of Ezekiel bread with some mayo and avocado underneath the chicken.

It was perfect!

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What is your favorite Fruit?

Do you enjoy crockpot meals? Share your favorite recipe in comments!