Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Guests & Crock Pot Wednesday

Note: Crock Pot post is at the bottom. A couple of weekends ago, Lilly and Reid's Aunt Becca and Uncle Bert came to town for a visit (and to officially meet Reid). These are a few pictures that Becca sent to me. I love this picture--you can really see his chubby cheeks that are even chubbier now!
I think he likes Aunt Becca!!
This is the life!
Aunt Becca and Uncle Bert at the game...apparently they brought the bad Texas luck with them because we lost. Boo. Haha.
The first Scott side family photo. Lilly is still in her PJs because she was about to go down for her pre-birthday party nap!
This is Lilly just hanging out this morning!! She is too cute not to photograph!! It would seriously be an injustice! (I may be a little partial.) I didn't want her to be left out of the post!

Okay, so let me start by explaining that I am NOT a cook. I will never have a recipe blog because you can read the directions on the back of a box just as well as I can...and that is where most of my meals come from. Unfortunately for Matt, I did not get to his heart through his stomach..hahaha. However, I am social and I love to participate in stuff. My friend Debbie is hosting Crock Pot Wednesdays so I researched some recipes and am ready to go! I made the following recipe Monday and it was yummy and made good leftovers. So, here it is...

Easy Crock Pot Chicken and Stuffing

4 boneless/skinless chicken breast halves
1 can cream of celery soup or cream of mushroom soup
1/3 cup milk
1 package seasoned stuffing mix with seasoning packet (we use Stove Top)
1 1/2 cups water
Salt and pepper to taste

Place chicken in crock pot. Combine soup of choice and milk and pour over chicken. Combine stuffing, seasoning packet, salt and pepper (is using) and water. Mix well. Spoon the mixture the over the chicken and soup. Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours.

Notes: I used cream of mushroom soup. I would use big chicken pieces because I used our regular size and the ratio of chicken to stuffing was off....we had lots of excess stuffing. I cut the chicken breasts into strips so it would cook faster and it was done in 6 hours. It was seriously the easiest thing I have made and the hubby was happy, too!!


Anonymous said...

I love the picture of Reid sleeping! So sweet! I hope you enjoyed your time with family! I will have to try your recipe. I always looking for new ones!

Unknown said...

PERFECT! Both your blog and your recipe are terrific. I hope there are lots of Crock Pot Wednesdays ahead fir you:)

Leah said...

Reid is such a little cutie! Of course so is Lilly haha. Hope we can meet up with you guys soon!!

Unknown said...

Just wanted to thank you for posting to Crock Pot Wednesday last week and to let you know that this week's Mister Linky is already up and waiting for you. Thanks again. Debbie at