Here is another slow cooker recipe to add to our collection my friends! So I've been dying to try out a chicken tortilla soup recipe. I found this while not wasting any time whatsoever on pinterest. This is a very simple recipe that will take you about 10 minutes to put together before going to work. I'll take a 10 minute meal any day of the week! Happy treats!
2 chicken boneless skinless chicken breasts
2 cans of ro-tel
1 can black beans
1 can kidney beans
1 can corn
1 onion, chopped
2 cans chicken broth
1-2 cups water
1 packet taco season
shredded cheddarPut ro-tel, black beans, kidney beans, corn, onion, chicken broth, taco seasoning and water into crock pot. Stir all the ingredients. Place chicken breasts in crock pot, be sure to submerge in the liquid (I put my chicken in frozen). Cook on high 6-7 hours or low 8-9 hours. Before serving remove the chicken breasts from soup and shred. (sometimes they’ll just fall apart on their own, but sometimes they need some help). Return chicken to CrockPot, stir to combine.To serve put a few tortilla chips in the bottom of a bowl, ladle soup over tortilla chips, top with shredded cheddar cheese, and a dollop of sour cream, serve with more chips on top.
adapted from Chef in Training
Have you discovered the wonders of Nutella yet? Well if you haven't had a taste of this heavenly spread I highly suggest buying a container or six. One container to make these cookies and the other five for whatever you please. It had been a long time since I had Nutella until about one year ago when I was at the store. I was in the check-out and the impulse buys were all calling out my name. I was sitting there debating treats, chips, soda, beef jerky and life in general when I saw a glow out of the corner of my eye. I immediately jumped at the Nutella and cookie combo package and decided it was fate. Needless to say that container of yummy goodness didn't last long. Now that you understand my LOVE for Nutella you must try this delicious recipe out! Happy Treats!
Today I made cornbread in preparation for the Crazy Cooking Challenge tomorrow. Now I am using a recipe that has been passed down a few generations. I'm not sure how many women in our family have made this but I do know for sure that my Grandnanny (Great-Grandma) made this. Trust me when I say cornbread doesn't get any better than this!