Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Food, Food, Food

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Ritz Poppyseed Chicken... Mmm mmm good. 

World. Are you ready for this recipe? One of great deliciousness and is super easy to make? 'Course you are.

What you need: 
4 chicken breasts
1 1/2 sleeves Ritz crackers
2 cans Cream of Chicken soup
1 cup sour cream
1/2 tsp pepper
Dash of garlic powder
1 Tablespoon poppy seeds
1/2 cup melted butter

1. Preheat oven to 350 degree fahrenheit (that's 177 degree celsius for you Canadians)  
2. Boil raw chicken with a little bit of salt until cooked thoroughly (you could also put half an onion in there to give the chicken a little kick)
3. Shred chicken (I just use two forks and rip it all apart) then place in 13x9 pan
4. In small bowl mix together the Cream of Chicken soup, sour cream, pepper, and garlic powder. Pour over chicken.
5. Melt butter, then mix with Ritz crackers (put crackers in ziplock baggie and crush them up-works like a charm) and poppy seeds. Put mixture over the chicken.
6. Bake for 30 minutes.

Then you get that yumminess! So easy! 

Interested in another recipe? Remember this one? Creamy Cajun Chicken Pasta, link here

Now just a few self portraits I took while the internet was down and I was slaving away at dinner...

Later this week: fashion post, and my first makeup tutorial. It should be grand, so stay tuned!



  1. New follower!!
    Just happened to end up here! Love your blog and this recipe looks so good!


  2. You are just too cute, girl! And there is nothing like taking self portraits to pass the time! ha
    That food looks scrumptious, and the song choice perfect!!!
    xo TJ

  3. This freezes so well which makes it really nice to have on hand. I am giving away two great prizes on my blog: a $50 gift certificate to my favorite jeweler robinsonlane.com and a copy of a new book published by fellow blogger, Kat Robinson. It is called Arkansas Pie: A Slice of the Natural State. I just know you will love either one. http://diningwithdebbie.blogspot.com/2012/11/2012-merry-merry-munchies-3-baked.html Come link up to enter.

  4. Visiting from Welcome Wednesday. I have made the poppyseed chicken before and it is so yummy! I may have to make it for dinner tomorrow night. I will have to check out the other recipe. Love your blog layout!

  5. This looks like a lovely, comforting winter dish. Thank you for sharing your recipe.

  6. Lo,
    You're so gorg! That recipe looks great (too bad I'm a vegetarian. I'll have to make it for Brandon, though) and as always, I am lovin' your pics! I can't wait for more fashion pics and especially your makeup tutorial! You know makeup is my obsession. :P xo

  7. This sounds like a delicious casserole, real comfort food with lots of lovely flavour :)