I have such dilemma over dinner. My kids love noodles and chicken so how many recipes can I come up with that have those two things as the main ingredients? wells hears one more it way less fatting than the last one and my kids loved loved loved it!!!
Friday, January 22, 2010
This is so funny. Taylor begged to play basketball, for weeks thats all we heard about. So Bryan decided to put a team together and coach. We had such a great turn out, everyone wanted to play. Tay was so excited to play he could hardly stand it. He had his friends his dad and basket ball what more could he want? Well.... there is one problem Tay is not agressive on the court, he runs up and down, back and forth and never gets the ball. He never grabs it from the other team, his team (which is a little older) never really pass to him cause he is just standing in the back ground talking with kids on the other team or trying to figure out what way they are running. Its so cute but funny when at the end of a game he says I never get the ball. I tell him to go out a get it, Bry says just have fun. I think he will turn out more like Bry when he grows up, just out for fun, what happens will happen and hey you get snacks and juice boxes every game what's better than that?
Thursday, January 14, 2010
8oz. pasta cooked
2 chicken breast cubed
2t. veg oil
1/2 C. onion, diced
2 cloves garlic
salt and pepper
1 T butter
1 can artichokes shopped
1 C. packed chopped spinach
1 can diced tomatoes
1/2 c. cream cheese
1/2 c sour cream
1/2 c chicken stock
1/2 c half and half
6 oz. parmesan cheese grated
2 T hot sauce
cook onion and garlic in oil till translucent add chicken and cook till done, add butter and artichokes, spinach and tomatoes.(I used tomatoes with chillies I would use plain ones next time) stir in Cream cheese, sour cream and cook untill they are melted and incorporated into the mixture..
add the chicken stock, half and half, parmesan cheese, and hot sauce. simmer for about 5 minutes. pour inot a large casserole dish, top with additional parmesan cheese and bake at 350 till top is golden brown 10-15 min. Yummy!
ok you know that I made it with fat free everything and it was still tastey. ok It could have used more cheese I only used half, but still a low fat version that was not half bad I bet the fully loaded one is Double D-lishous!!!
Posted by inkley boys at 5:39 PM
Friday, January 1, 2010
1. to say I love you to my family every day!
2. to read the scriptures everyday.
3. to cook 12 new recipies one a month.
4 . to clean out my scrapbook room.
5. to get a new couch upstairs.
6. to save enough money to go on a vacation for my 40th b-day and 20th anniversary.
7. to lose this last 10lb (this is my year, we are starting B.L. this sunday)
8. to keep up the gym 3 days a week, with yoga and wii filling in the other days.
9. to listen to my children better.
10. to keep up with my scrapbooking.
ok so it might not happen but its great to have a goal. Heres to a great new year 2010
Posted by inkley boys at 1:48 PM
Then we left for Inkley's and then Rippon's. what a day, I'm so glad that we have so much family around us. The day after Christmas we celebrate boxing day. The kids have to give away all the toys they don't use or play with (we do this before Christmas) then they get to open family games. (we play games every Sunday). I love Christmas and hate to see it end but excited to see what the new year will bring!
Posted by inkley boys at 1:06 PM