The sauce in my Helper Complete Meal never thickened. It was more like eating soup. Also, as my boyfriend pointed out, if you'd never knew it was supposed to be betty crocker slow cooker chicken alfredo, you'd never have known. It tasted more like a chicken and cream soup. The chicken was also mushy, icky canned chicken, which I had feared. I added tons of Parmesan cheese and red pepper flakes after taking a few bites, otherwise the meal would have been tasteless.
The preparation of Easy Express Garlic Shrimp Skillet Meal is fast and easy, I discovered. The name does fit this meal, that is for sure. I only had to pour the bag's contents into a nonstick skillet sprayed chicken alfredo description cooking oil, cover, cook on high for four minutes, remove cover, stir, replace cover, reduce heat to medium and continue cooking for eight minutes. I stirred this meal frequently. When the shrimp turn pink on the outside and opaque white on the inside, you know that this dish is done. I then stirred and served!
I have posted before about stocking up on items you use regularly when you find them on sale to save money. Also, if you happen to find better prices at stores other than grocery stores. Today I was at CVS and they had items such as Campbells cream of chicken and cream of chicken soup and stewed tomatoes for $0.77. So that is half off their regular price on the soup. Stovetop is $0.77 a box this week, the regular price at the grocery store is over $2.00.
You can make these delicious holiday appetizers with thawed or fresh shrimp. Use an indoor grill if that is easier. You can either serve these quick easy appetizers as they are or with a salad or some garlic bread. The cayenne pepper adds a subtle flavor rather than making slow cooker chicken alfredo the kabobs very spicy.
Although there were microwave cooking directions, I decided to choose the oven cooking method for the best crust texture. Although the box didn't say this was the best method, I think that it is. It was easy to bake. I just removed the pizza from the box and overwrap, placed in a preheated 400 F oven and bake until the cheese is melted and golden. However, I did place the frozen pizza on a cookie sheet instead of placing the pizza directly on the rack as the instructions stated.
Don't just use vegetables as a side dish. A vegetable staring right at your kid might turn them off, but green beans sauteed in healthy oils with bacon bits will likely get tried, or corn mixed into rice. Get a little creative and spice up the meals you're feeding your kids, dig in to the food with fervor, and don't make a big deal out of the fact that the lasagna you're serving has an entire layer of squash in it. You don't tell, they won't know. Everyone will be happy.