Just a little Dinner I whipped up on Lunch!
See Recipe here.
MODS: I use the whole 8 oz of Cream Cheese and to save time, I used a Rotisserie Chicken, you can skip the oil if you go this route.
Have you prepared any Culinary Delights lately?
Hello. I apologize for my radio silence, but I’m here today to share with you a quick week night meal. My life has resorted to trying to save all kinds of time with my cooking because I try to go to the gym 5 days a week and with that it takes planning or dinner wouldn’t be on the table before 8 PM and we all know that’s too late to eat anyway.
I had some chicken legs in my freezer that I unthawed Sunday night, so I knew I could toss them in the Crockpot after seasoning with some Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ Sauce and cook on Low for 4 hours and I would be good, but what to have with it? As I perused my social media, those memories are really coming in handy! I ran across a post I shared on bookface 2 years ago that was a handy chart that I’m going to share that actually was very useful with me having my Sweet Potatoes ready when I got home from my Y Strong class at the gym since I didn’t get up early like I initially planned to bake in the Oven before work.
Slow Cooking Chart
I still Googled how to cook Sweet Potatoes in the Crockpot lol, here is what I found:
So, I ran home on Lunch to start my Dinner:
2 Crockpots going at the same damn time!
This is how I do Lunch! Dinner was very good!
Today’s Lunch = Leftovers
So, if you need to save time during the week, here are 2 very quick and easy recipes. And I just added a green vegetable to round it out. I plan on doing all of my Sweet Potatoes this way! I’ll make a few at the beginning of the week to have on hand for meals.
What Culinary Delights have you made lately?