Chicken Thighs with Creamy Rosemary Mushrooms – crispy chicken thighs topped with mushrooms in a creamy sauce! Low carb, delicious, and ready in about 30 minutes!
Hiiii guys, happy fresh start to the week!
How was your weekend? I have a lot of stress in my life right now but I started a new book and had a killer arepa filled with shredded beef, plantains, black beans and a mountain of cheese and oh my god, I wish I hadn’t agreed to share with my kids.
I’d also promised a movie to any kid that could behave at school this week thinking no one would behave all week but I found myself watching The Emoji Movie on Friday afternoon.
Look. I know everyone says it’s terrible but no one ever told me it’s a love story! I thought it was super cute.
I don’t know that I’ve ever mentioned this but hatch pepper season is my favorite time of year since moving to Texas. We used to get them in Colorado but it’s nowhere near like it is in Texas.
Like, you walk into HEB and they’ve got barrels of mild hatch peppers here and the spicy ones are over there and if you want your hatch peppers already roasted, you’re in luck.
Because they’ve got roasted ones and roasted diced ones and, by the way, they’re sampling hatch pepper guacamole over there and hatch pepper cornbread in the bakery and, oh, hatch pepper empanadas right here.
There are even hatch pepper fake Oreos and I have 11 boxes of them in my freezer right now to last until next year and you can take your judgement somewhere else.
This post has been sponsored by The Coca-Cola Company. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
I’ve officially reached the point of summer where I have no concept of time. I hang out with the kids all day at the lake or in the woods or whatever and then come home and watch them spray each other with the hose on the trampoline all evening.
And then it’s 8 pm and dinner was supposed to be hours ago and everyone’s hangry and we need food immediately and I just honestly don’t feel like fussing with much.
So I’ve got a list of quick and easy recipes that don’t require me to keep a ton of stuff on hand and that no one will complain about.
These Chicken Fajitas are at the top of that list..
Aaaaand it has a gravy packet that you just pour into a pot and simmer until hot and thick.
They turkey turned out perfectly juicy and the cajun spices were a nice change from the usual turkey. (Pssst, they have a regular turkey, too!) My kids came home from school the day I cooked it and said, “Why does it smell so good in here?!”
The Jennie-O website is where you should head if you need any Thanksgiving help. They’ve got several menus, a thawing calculator (you better do that one today!), and tons of recipes for side dishes!
If you happen to have leftover turkey, lemme suggest you make this uhhhh-mazing Cranberry Turkey Salad. There’s this grocery store in my hometown that makes the best chicken salad with grapes and pecans and, like, sometimes I dream about that chicken salad. So I kind of wanted to do that but switched the chicken for turkey and the grapes for dried cranberries.
It’s so good and even better on a croissant.
True story: was so excited to have an excuse to buy croissants and my evil husky ate the 3 remaining croissants while I was at the gym!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Tyson Foods, Inc. All opinions are entirely my own.
This is my favorite time of year.
Y’all already know that though. Football season is what I live for. I love nothing more than staying on the couch all Saturday watching football, only getting up to make some yummy snacks for everyone.