Chicken Pot Pie is a classic comfort food. What I love about it, is that you can really add anything you want! Love carrots? Add them! Hate mushrooms? Omit them! I love adding whatever veggies I have on hand, and rotisserie chickens are on sale every Saturday at Whole Foods so this is a pretty regular Saturday night dinner in our house. This recipe makes 4 large servings, or 6 smaller! I often serve this alongside a fresh garden salad and you’ve got an entire meal.
This super easy bbq chicken salad involves minimal prep and little to no cleanup. Rotisserie chickens are such a great item to add to your grocery list, because you can pretty much do anything and everything with them. This salad is vibrant, crunchy, creamy, and delicious. And what’s better? At 338 calories per serving, you won’t feel guilty about grabbing seconds!
Growing up, my mom made a delicious pasta dish that consisted of chicken, mushrooms, and sun-dried tomatoes… this is my take! This dish is decadent without being too heavy. In addition, you can easily omit the chicken to make this vegetarian-friendly. In addition, this recipe is appropriate year-round. You can also use frozen asparagus to make this more budget-friendly.
Now that Eric and I have been working home for over a year, we have started to rely on a pretty delicious rotation of recipes for our weekday lunches. These Greek-Inspired Chicken Pitas are the perfect weekday lunch! Oregano, lemon, and Greek Yogurt help to flavor the chicken in this healthy and easy greek chicken pita recipe.
Let’s be honest.. it’s hard to make time to prepare lunch during the week, even when we are working from home. These easy enchiladas are the perfect Sunday (or Monday) night dinner, leaving you with a couple of days worth of leftovers! Each serving is two enchiladas, but you could easily crush four if you are hungry. I often Make these for Eric and I one night and then we have them for the next day for lunch.