Friday, August 14, 2015

Crockpot Chicken Fajitas

 


I go home from work for lunch quite often.  To be able to start dinner in the middle of the day to be ready when we get home is nice for a busy family.  This recipe is something I came up with after scouring our fridge and freezer for meal ideas.  My girls loved a Mexican alternative to cooking chicken in the crock pot.  I think you will too.  Give it a try!

Ingredients:


2 lbs. chicken, still frozen
1 c. salsa of your choice
2 pkg. taco seasoning
1 red pepper, sliced
1 yellow pepper, sliced
4 green onions, diced


Directions: 
  1. Place chicken in crock pot.  
  2. Cover with salsa.
  3. Sprinkle with seasoning.
  4. Lay peppers and onions on top.
  5. Cover and cook on high for 4 - 6 hours.
  6. Remove chicken from crock pot, leave juice.  
  7. Shred chicken and serve with peppers in tortillas.  Top with your choice of cheese, sour cream, olives, and guacamole.
   

 Source:  an original created by Mandatory Mooch

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Wednesday, August 5, 2015

First Day of School FREE Printables 2015 - 2016


I'm back after a very long break from blogging.  My first post are these fun FREE printables that I created.  If you are like me, I like to document the first day of school no matter how old my kids get.  This year I will have one in middle school and elementary school.  Having these printables for them to hold in that first day picture will be great.  Here's to a great year for everyone!!

To access all printables click
 HERE!!

Simply print them off, cut off the edges, and mount onto a piece of cardstock or cardboard for more stability.




Source:  an original created by Mandatory Mooch

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Monday, April 27, 2015

Lollipop Centerpiece


Need a fun centerpiece for your next family gathering, kids party, or baby shower?  This Spring Lollipop Centerpiece if just what you need.  It is bright, fun, and edible.  Gotta love that combination.
Follow my easy instructions below and it will be the talk of the party.
Here are the details:

Supplies:
styrofoam ball
lollipops
artificial flowers and leaves
glass jar
aquarium rock or marbles
basket
Easter basket grass
 
Make an indention in the styrofoam ball with the jar.  This will show you where to leave an unfilled area of lollipops.

Insert lollipops into ball.  Have fun alternating the colors.
Add leaves to your lollipops and insert into ball for extra decoration.
Insert jar into your basket and fill with rock or marbles for weight.
Place finished ball on top of jar where you left the open space.  Fill basket with Easter grass and decorate with flowers.  Enjoy!!
Source: a Mandatory Mooch original


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Thursday, April 2, 2015

Greek Yogurt Veggie Dip


Want to know what my family's latest craving is?  It's this Greek Yogurt Veggie Dip.  Yep, believe it or not, it isn't something sweet or bad for you.  It is a creamy yummy dip with cucumbers and carrots.  Of course you can serve it with any kind of veggie or potato chip.

I have to give credit to my hubby for this one.  He made this snack last week.  We all devoured it and begged for more.  It is now a staple in our fridge for last minute snacks, additions to lunches, or late night cravings. It would be perfect for your upcoming pinics and BBQs.

Ingredients:
1 pkg. (1oz.) dry ranch dip mix
16 oz. Greek yogurt, plain
4 green onions, chopped
veggies of your choice

Directions:
1.  Mix dip mix with yogurt.
2.  Add onions.
3.  Refrigerate until served.  Serve with your favorite veggies or chips.



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