I love daylight savings time. I love when it stays light later into the evening and on the other side, I love when it gets light earlier in the morning. I wasn’t thinking this love would last once we had Gabs, since I heard that kids don’t adjust quite as smoothly as adults (who don’t always adjust so swimmingly either..) but she must have the same love as I do, because she’s still sleeping the same! I think it’s because she was sick during the time change, so she wasn’t sleeping normally anyway.
All she wanted to do was lay on the couch and cuddle with Violet- it was sadly adorable.
Either way, we’re adjusted, back to healthy and luuurvin’ it.
So, even though there’s more daylight in the evenings now, that doesn’t always mean you want to spend more time on dinner. I found this recipe online, and though it may not be healthy- IT IS MY FAVORITE. I’m getting used to taking pictures of my recipes again, so if you want to be sold on the recipe, visit the original site and don’t be repulsed by my gross ones!
You must make it and watch your family devour it before your very eyes (even the picky ones) and then proclaim their undying love for you afterwards.
Then the next day, put the leftovers in a sandwich and hear it all over again.
Meanwhile, you’re just excited because you spent literally $1.54 per serving and 4 minutes in prep time (that’s being generous.)
Joey and I have a friend from college who told us about what his mom would do each evening at dinner. She’d serve a wonderful meal to her family of all boys- and tell them how much each serving cost to make while serving it. It became almost a fun game to see how delicious/cheap she could make her meals- and a great way to keep yourself in check when planning meals!
P.S. yeah, it’s not healthy or technically low in fat. BUT. Whenever I make a meal that might not be waist-friendly, I just serve my portion over a big handful of chopped romaine. Honestly, I’ve found that pretty much any dinner tastes good over crunchy lettuce.
Crockpot ‘Best Chicken You’ll Ever Have’
recipe from littleblackraincloud.com
4 chicken breasts, frozen or thawed. (adjust cooking time if frozen)
1 box chicken flavored stuffing mix
1/2 cup sour cream
1 can cream of chicken soup
1/4 cup water
Place chicken in bottom of crockpot. Open up stuffing mix and dump it on, right on top of the chicken.
Next, mix your sour cream, cream soup, and water in a bowl, and dump it on top of the stuffing.
Lid on, and 4 hours at low (thawed chicken) or 4 hours on high (frozen chicken).