Making a casserole for small households is simple when you have this recipe on hand. Pillsbury™ frozen biscuits, rotisserie chicken, broccoli, Parmesan cheese and Alfredo sauce get baked in a loaf pan for a delightful dinner that won’t leave you with a ton of leftovers.
Ingredients: 6 thin sliced chicken breasts 1 container green onion cream cheese 1/4 cup olive oil 1/2 cup chicken broth 1 Large package sliced mushrooms 1 small bag fresh baby spinach 1 dash Weber Herb and Garlic Seasoning 1 dash pepper 8 oz shredded mozzarella cheese Method In a 9×13 pan, lay out chicken in single layer, top with spinach and mushrooms. Then sprinkle the seasonings over the top. Soften cream cheese and whisk in olive oil and chicken broth. Pour over mixture. Lay piece of foil over the top but do not seal. Bake at 375°F for 20 minutes remove foil and bake uncovered for another 20-25 minutes, [LINK]Skip to content Toggle navigation [LINK]
Chicken Cordon Bleu is one of those recipes that sounds super fancy, but it's actually really easy. And with this shortcut recipe, it's even easier!Usually with Chicken Cordon Bleu, you roll chicken up with ham or prosciutto and cheese. This recipe has all the same flavors, but there is no chicken beating or rolling. You simply lay the ham and cheese on top before baking.See more frugal recipes!
If you've got veggies and a protein, you can make stir fry! Stir fries are quick and they're great because you can basically use whatever you have on hand. Really, you just can't go wrong with a bowl full of veggies. And it'll be way better than takeout! See more frugal recipes!
During cold days, there is not much more comforting than a hot pot roast with gravy and potatoes and carrots. It's a classic recipe that turns an inexpensive cut of meat into a tender meal.This recipe for slow cooker pot roast makes it super easy. Sear the meat first to create a deep and rich flavor and then the slow cooker does the rest.See more frugal recipes!
Looking for an easy meal as this week gets started? Try out a family favorite recipe, our easy oven fajitas. I originally found a version from Budget Bytes', but found a few areas we could cut to reduce costs and use our own seasoning blend that I keep mixed up for tacos and enchiladas. A few ways to make this recipe even cheaper: Double the veggies and reduce the amount meat. Add in cooked pinto or black beans as you put together your fajitas. Use chicken thighs rather than chicken breast or look for mark down steak and slice it in
I had a night the other night where I didn't have a dinner plan in my mind, so I headed to the pantry. I knew I had sausage and rice, so after looking around for ingredients that would complement those, I decided to make a quick and easy jambalaya. It should be said that this is not really a traditional jambalaya; there is no seafood or chicken and it doesn't start with the complete foundational onions, celery, and bell peppers. With that being said, this recipe is still pretty yummy and you can add pretty much any additional ingredients you'd