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New meal Monday!

13 Nov

All my posts are a day off this week I guess! I let yesterday get away with me with work and then going to Mom’s to help her with a few things. Anyway last nights dinner was a mom specialty!!! I wanted somethingdelicious but quick and i wanted grainy carbs since I am trying to detox off that and sugar.

So I had made the decision earlier in the day to make stroganoff. Well the way I make it…

First step brown your steak, I used Big Y precut for noodles steak. When almost done add diced carrots (this was a new addition last night it worked out well though!)

The water was in the steak, I didnt add anything, but it all absorbed into the carrots!

Step two:

Get your ingredients together for the final part.

Cook noodles is separate pan, then drain and combine with meat and carrot mixture.

Cover with Gravy and serve!

Best enjoyed while watching rules of engagement on the Ipad in your kitchen 😉

I will post training Tuesday and Wacky fact wednesday both tomorrow. Again I apologize for the delay but things got hectic, but I am back on it!!!

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Mini Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

3 Sep

On pintrest I found a recipe for mini chicken pot pies using bisquick. YUMMY and quick and easy! So here we go….

Ingredients:

Rotisserie Chicken from a super market..makes it quicker

Bisquick

Milk

Eggs

Mixed Froxen Veggies

Gravy

Nail polish optional 😉 I probably should have moved that before the photo!

Directions:

Heat chicken and veggies in a skillet until heated through, then add gravy and heat.

Next mix bisquick, eggs and milk until you get a runny yet thick consistency, then pour into muffin cups, I used large cups so we could eat one and be full….well I could at least!

ACTION SHOT!!!!!

Dont be unimpressed because the picture was blurry, I was performing an action and taking a photo, since I am a bad multitasker I am IMPRESSED!

Next fill the cups with the chicken mix, then cover with more bisquick, this photo below is before adding the bisquick covering.

Bake at 350* for 20-30 minutes. Or until whenever the bisquick rises a bit and turns golden brown.

TADA!!!!!

The gravy runs out but there is still some in there and it keeps the muffins moist. Delicious!

I could not rotate the pictures on this post for some reason. It kept saying error so I decided to get the post out there so you can enjoy these little treats! They will be great for fall!!

Even the littlest family members enjoy it!

FINNY LOVED IT!!!! Please note the mess of dog food on his mat, he is a messy little boy but we love him 🙂

What are some of your fall favorite recipes?!?!?!

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