Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Woo Hoo!!! and other fun updates

In the past couple of weeks I have won some cool giveaways and this for me is so exciting. I am one of those people, you know the ones that never win anything. I can no longer say that now can I? The fact is I love entering the giveaways, it is so much fun and also is a great way to find out about new products. I think I have found about 20 new places to do some christmas shopping at.

I have not neglected my weekly menu, just forgot to post it, nor have I neglected the count down to christmas challenge, you will see some posts coming up about both.

There will soon be a few changes around here as I will be adding some reviews and a few giveaways. I will be posting the first review on Friday. Sorry no giveaway with this first one, but I will say that this company graciously sent me an extra that I was able to donate to my son's ECI Program. Be sure to look out for the review!!

For now I will leave you with a recipe for the meal we are having for dinner tonight.

Chicken, Noodles, and White Sauce (My daughters name for it) AKA Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo
1 box of Fettuccine pasta
2-3 boneless skinless chicken breasts
1 jar of Alfredo sauce
1 tablespoon oil
2 tablespoons butter
salt (as needed)
pepper (as needed)
Garlic powder (as needed)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees
add oil and butter to baking dish
add chicken to baking dish (sprinkle with salt, pepper, and garlic powder if you want)
Bake chicken for 30 -45 minutes until done
While the chicken is baking, bring a medium-large saucepan of water to a boil
Once boiling add the pasta and cook as directed
When chicken is done, cut into bite size pieces
Drain pasta when done and pour pasta back into the pan
Add chicken and sauce to the pan with the pasta and stir to mix

Serve with a fresh salad and bread

I hope everyone enjoys their day today, I am off to finish up school with the kiddos, Break is over. lol

1 comment:

  1. Oh my gosh, this sounds good. I had to laugh because my mom used to make spinach fettuccine shrimp Alfredo and I called it the green noodle stuff. I think I may try it, sounds pretty simple and inexpensive!