I am constantly relearning the fact that my children are picky eaters. If it is something they have never seen before it is automatically “yucky” in their eyes. For my daughter, if there is green bits on it of any kind she will not go near it. There are a few things however that they will both eat with gusto. Meatballs is one of them. My children actually love meatballs. We do not eat them a lot, but I do try to keep some in the freezer. Yes, these freeze well and are easily re-heated in the microwave. As my entire family eats them they do not stay in the freezer for very long.
I was getting a little tired of meatballs in marinara sauce, and I was not sure if the kids would eat just plain old gravy. I did not have any BBQ sauce on hand, but it sounded good. So, after searching the internet for ideas (there were a lot…) I decided to just start throwing things in until it tasted good. It was a success, the sauce was great and the kids still ate it. This is really the most important part, having food the kids will eat is what is really important these days.
It’s so much fun working with my Mom and sister. We stay pretty busy and always have 3 or 4 projects going at a time plus busy family schedules. So its really important to us to have easy yummy meals to make for our families.
We love good food!
Now that Fall is in full swing and our weather is nice and cool I love warming the kitchen by cooking. Fall is always so busy with school, work and lessons I love a fast and easy casserole that I can quickly through in the oven.
I hope you enjoy!
Chicken Stuffing Casserole
Box of your favorite Stuffing Mix
2-3 Cooked Chicken Breasts (cubed)
1 can Cream of Chicken Soup
1 cup Milk
1 cup Cheddar or Colby Jack Cheese
1 cup Steamed Broccoli
Salt and Pepper to taste
Cook your Chicken breasts and cut them into bite size pieces then set aside. Cook your Stuffing Mix according to directions and set aside. In your favorite casserole dish or 9″x13″ baking pan mix until smooth 1 can Cream of Chicken Soup and Milk. Then add a Chicken layer, then Broccoli and Cheese. Top with Stuffing.
Bake at 400 Degrees for 30 min.
Its really that easy!
I hope your family loves it as much as mine does.
Crockpot London Broil is wonderful for those busy work days. I don’t use my crock pot nearly enough. I love to cook in the Fall but I have my fair share days when I reach for frozen Chicken Nuggets and Mac n’Cheese. I really need to be more organized. New Goal – make for Crock Pot Recipes.
Hooray! for easy Crock Pot recipes.
They really are life savers. The house smells so good and dinner is ready. Stress is almost instantly deflated – It’s fabulous.
I have one problem – I forget.
Anyone else have this problem?
One thing that has helped me – here’s where the being organized part of life would really help – bring the Crock Pot out the night before. That way you see it in the morning and will remember (hopefully) to start dinner on time.
Crock Pot London Broil
1 – 2 pounds London broil
1 teaspoon Garlic Powder
1 – 10.5 oz. can Cream of Mushroom soup
1/2 cup Water
1/2 teaspoon Basil
1/2 teaspoon Oregano
Place London Broil in Crock Pot. Add Garlic Powder, Soup, Water, Basil, and Oregano.
Cook on low for 6 – 7 hours.
I wasn’t sure how my kids would like it – I don’t cook with Cream of Mushroom soup very often – guess what they loved it.