Well these chosen few pieces lasted long enough to be used in the heroic rescue of a boring chicken breast. Way to serve fellas.
This was a very easy fix but oh so yummy! There are a lot of possibilities too. You can change it up and just use whatever you happen to have.
Stuff it with cheese (whatever way you prefer, pound it thin and roll it up or make a small cut and cut almost all the way through, I usually cut. It's faster.), wrap it in bacon, season it with whatever you like, cover it with foil and bake! (@375 for about 45 min.)
I topped mine with some avocado. Nathan was a little weirded-out by that but I found avocados for 25 cents a piece so I have been putting them on everything!
Last night I did Julie's Decem-buurrr workout for the #elf4health challenge of the day.
We also went to see a drive-through Christmas Lights Display. We had a whole truck load of people which made it a lot of fun! Other than that there is not a whole lot to be said for it, other than that is was kind of pricey.
I did appreciate the 'Healthy Holiday's' that I saw from time to time.
And the reindeer and Santa are getting pumped up this year!!
Some of the lights were just strange. Like this one that we never really did figure out. Nathan said it looked like a gorilla taking a poo.... boys..... Any other ideas?!?!
I also got this in the mail! I am super pumped that the wonderful people at KlutchClub sent me this box to review. I will let you know about all of the goodies inside next week!
Hope you are having a wonderful holiday season!