I am not sure what this week will bring... My husband's Grandpa passed away yesterday morning so we are planning the visitaion and funeral schedule. But here is what I have planned and what I do not make will carry over to next week.
Monday: Spaghetti and Garlic Bread
Wednesday: Nothing planned (probably visitation and funeral)
Thursday: Tacos and spanish rice
Friday: Homemade Pizza
A couple weeks ago we have some family pictures taken. A friend of my Brother and Sister-in-law was so kinda to take them for us. I think that they turned out amazing. Here are a few (ok...quite a few)of my favorites!
The whole family
My mom and Dad with the Grandkids
Hubby, Mallorie, and Me
My brother, sister-in-law, neices, and nephew
I hope you enjoyed the pictures! I think Brad and I will make this a yearly tradition!
Monday : Hubby going out to eat for his Mom's Birthday and I have an away Volleyball game to coach and will grab dinner on the way home. Tuesday: Mac and Cheese and Hotdogs Wednesday:Crispy Southwest Chicken Wraps (I found this through Pintrest) Thursday: Steak on the grill, Baked Potatos, Garlic Bread Friday: Homemade Pizza (Link for the perfect pizza crust)
This is our new very favorite/easy crock pot chicken & rice recipe yum! I found it on Pintrest. If you are looking for a great Crock Pot recipe for this fall this is the one!
2-4 frozen boneless skinless chicken breasts
1 pkg. (8 oz.) cream cheese (let sit out to soften)
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 pkg. italian dressing seasoning (the dried kind in the packet)
Stir the cream cheese, cream of chicken, and seasoning together in the crockpot. I actually start it on low and let them sit in there for about 30 min so the cream cheese is softer to stir. Put the frozen (because i'm lazy) chicken in and cover with the mix. Cook on high 4-6 hours or until the chicken is cooked and fall-apart-tender. After the first two hours when the chicken is softer I cut it up into strips for easier eating. How easy is that!?
Cook the rice in a pot and smother with chicken mixture! The italian seasoning is the secret ingredient! So yum! and so easy!