Sunday, March 28, 2010


(He was supposed to be helping...he showed off his talents instead!)

(My daughter cutting cucumbers for a salad)

( Connor helping to make a Taquito casserole!)

It has been a crazy, crazy week. I have so many ideas for this blog, and I am working on getting it organized. I have so many topics...from saving $$ at the grocery store, to routines, to kids' chore charts...It just goes on and on!

As I work out the kinks in that system (lol) I wanted to share something that I started this week with my kids.

For those who don't know, I have 1 daughter and 4 boys. I know that at some point they will be off on missions for our church, at college, living on their own, and later becoming parents.

So they need to know how to cook right?

I made a plan (which is written on their weekly routine chart) what night they would be the kitchen helper. And they loooove it! They get to help make dinner while the others have to set/clear off the table.

My daughter was soo cute as she finished the dinner she made. She was just so proud of herself!

Even though it is easier (and way faster!) to make it ourselves...include your kids when you can. You are doing them a great service! So when they are off on their own you know they are eating more than mac and cheese and top ramen! (:

Saturday, March 27, 2010


I didn't mean for a week to go by in my posting. It has been a very busy week around my house and I got caught up in all of it. I have lots of posts planned...just as soon as I get home from church! (:

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Potluck Sunday & a GIVEAWAY

One of my all time favorite place to go for recipes is Mommy's Kitche She recently started a fun blog carnival called Potluck Sunday. Who doesn't love a good pot luck? So I decided to participate!

So I know that Tater tot casserole is not new. But we made a little change to it last night and it was delish. I knew I had to share.

My husband has a theory that EVERYTHING tastes better with bacon. He has been testing this theory out and we have had some awesome results.

Last night I made a typical tater tot casserole using:
2 lbs. of lean ground beef, browned
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 can cream of celery soup
1 bag of Tater tots
2 c. shredded cheddar cheese
1. Brown hamburger, draining grease
2. Mix hamburger with soups
3. Layer on the bottom of a greased pan
4. Layer your tater tots on top
5. Bake in a 400 degree oven for 55 min.
6. Take out of the oven and cover with cheese and either bacon bits (or bacon that you have cooked up and cut into small pieces)
7. Put back in te oven for 5 more minutes until the cheese is ooey gooey!

It turned out to be very yummy. My daughter DEVOURED 3 helpings and told me she was too full for dessert! (: All of my kids enjoyed this...even my most picky.

Now my husband is just waiting for bacon flavored ice cream!

** If you are new here, I am having a GIVEAWAY! Please feel free to enter here

crock pot Beef and Broccoli

A few weeks ago, I made this delicous recipe. My sister asked me to email it to her, but I decided to just post it here instead. This is NOT my recipe. I participated in a Cooking Thursday blog carnival where Renee posted it. I am always happy to pass on a great recipe long as we give credit where credit is due right? So here is Renee's recipe (with a few little insights from me) and my family gobbled it up!

2lbs. of beef, chopped into cubes and trimmed of fat (knowing this would be in the crockpot all day, I went with a pretty cheap cut of meat)
3 cups of beef broth
1/2 c. soy sauce
1 small onion, finely diced
2 TBSP brown sugar
4 lg. garlic cloves, minced
16 oz. mushrooms (fresh or canned if desired) my family doesn't like mushrooms but I do. So I put them in!
2 16 oz. bags of frozen broccoli, thawed
4 TBSP of water
2 TBSP of corn starch

1) Combine broth and soy sauce in a crock pot.
2)Add onion, brown sugar, garlic and mushrooms.
3) Stir in beef cubes
4) Cover and cook on low for 8-10 hours
5)About an hour before serving, combine water and corn starch and mix well.
6)Stir mixture into crockpot
7)Add broccoli and cook on low for an additional 30-60 minutes until broccoli is crisp tender.
8) Serve over rice

Saturday, March 20, 2010

One sharp bunch!

My two older kids spent the week doing the Terra Nova standardized testing. My daughter actually referred to them as "the Terror Nova" tests. Funny girl. Anyway each class got to have a celebration on Friday. I had volunteered to send in cookies for each class. I know that I could have grabbed a bag of oreos for each class and they would have been happy but...I couldn't do that! Instead I made about 5 dozen cookies (choc. chip and two different kinds of cake mix). I put them in little goody bags.

I also used my Cricut and cut out some pencils. I colored in the pink eraser and the black tip. I wrote Good job on each one and then tied them to the bags. I made a big one for their teacher that said, " Way to go Ms.__________ class! You are one sharp bunch!"

I thought they turned out cute and both kids reported back that their friends loved them. If you have the time and energy, go the extra mile. It really does make it more fun!

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Show and Tell Friday

I am participating in Show and Tell Friday over at My Romantic Home So for more show and tells you can head over to her gorgeous site!

I love,love,love baskets. Every time I bring a new one home my husband always asks me the same thing, "don't you think you have enough baskets?"

One of the things I love about organizing with baskets is that they are relatively inexpensive. You can often find a set of 3 for $10 or less. I live on Guam and if I can find cheap baskets here...well enough said!

My big one is my newest one. It was my Valentines Day gift from my husband. We are nothing if not practical! (: I use it when we entertain to hold paper products, plastic utensils etc. It even has a pocket that is perfect for a Handi Wipes dispenser! (:

I have baskets of paper for scrapbooking, baskets of toys, baskets for remotes, baskets for shoes. Small baskets for nail clippers and tweezers. Baskets for unmatched socks and unfortunatley...baskets for laundry!

Do you like to use baskets to organize? I would love to see your ideas.

Also, I am having a GIVEAWAY, so if you want to go here
I would love for you to enter!

Thanks for stopping by!

cooking Thursday and a GIVEAWAY

Today I am joining in Cooking Thursday over at Diary of a Stay at Home Mom. If you are interested in fun recipes, or want to join yourself go on over!

One of my family's favorite dinners is Chicken Divan. For some reason, I had it in my mind that this was hard to make. Hmmm, not sure where that came from because it is so easy it's scary!

My family loves it so much that I was not even able to get a picture of it cooked! It was GONE. (: So I have a picture of the ingredients and you will just have to imagine the cheesy yummy goodness for yourselves!

I love to buy rotisserie chickens when they go on clearance. I always check in the mornings for those that didn't sell the day before. I usually get them for at least 50% off.

So you can choose how you want to do your chicken. Cube boneless/skinless chicken breasts, use the meat from a whole chicken (that's what I do) or use pre-cooked chicken breast pieces. Layer this on the bottom of a 9x13 dish.

I use a 32 oz bag of frozen brocoli. Defrost in the microwave (in a bowl with a few tsp. of water). Since it is going in the oven it doesn't have to be completely defrosted.

Place brocoli on top of chicken and mix.

In a bowl combine, 1 cup of mayo, 1 can of cream of chicken soup, 2 tsp. lemon juice, salt and pepper. Pour over top of broccoli and chicken.

Stir to combine.

Cover with 2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese.

If desired you can crush up potato chips, ritz etc. and place on top.

Bake at 350 for 35-45 minutes.

** If you are using a precooked chicken, you don't need to cook as long. I baked mine for 30 minutes.

After this dish was dished up, my husband announced, " I don't think you can get away with making just one pan of this anymore!"

I am also having a GIVEAWAY celebrating my 100th post. You can go here

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Leapin' Leparchans!

( I have seriously rotated this picture 100 x's and it wont' work! Sorry!)

(I may get up early, but I never said it was a pretty picture! Ecspecially with that lovely patch of dry skin!)

(a note with jokes and the two buttons...for jokes I just google the holiday and kid's jokes...makes it easy!)

(holiday themed napkins are a quick and inexpensive way to add a little fun!)

(a fun green lunch)

It is my 100th post!! Makes me happy! Although St. Patricks Day is over on Guam, it is still going strong in the states.

I had planned a fun "green dinner" ( I don't know how to make corned beef and cabbage!). Unfortunatley, sick kids and appts. threw me off. We are eating it tonight instead.

I did manage to get my 2 older kids off with a fun "Leparchan lunch!"

They started their day off with what else...LUCKY CHARMS!

Lunch was a shamrock shaped sandwich, green apples, apple juice in a green box, package of crackers in a green bag, a shamrock shaped cookie and sour cream & onion chips (ok it was a stretch but they did have green on them)

I also included a shamrock napkin and a note with jokes. My kids have to wear uniforms so I bought them some buttons to wear. I gave one to them and one for them to give to a friend!

They definatley had the luck o' the Irish!

So are you feeling LUCKY? I am having ANOTHER giveaway! I will be giving away a "Hafa Adai" pkg. What is Hafa Adai? That is the greeting on Guam! So it will be full of fun items straight from Guam. Chocolate covered macadamia nuts, fun island jewlery, mango snacks....lots more! How do you enter? Simple!

For one entry, leave a comment telling me what your favorite holiday is and how you like to celebrate!

For two entries, become a fan on facebook or a follower here. If you already are, just let me know! (:

For a third entry, post this giveaway to your blog.

Please leave separate comments for each one so I can pull a number.

Thanks for stopping by!

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

early mornings

(Mom's patient home from the hospital)

(One skinny foot and one swollen red foot)

The other day a friend of mine asked me, via Facebook, what time I get up. I try to get up at a quarter to five. I know that sounds really early but I am (and always have been) a morning person. My husband is a night owl...and yet we still make it work! LOL

Yesterday morning I got up at normal time. Took the dog out, showered, dressed, made my kid's breakfast and lunches, folded laundry, rebooted the laundry...woke my kids up and helped them get started on their day.

My son came into the kitchen complaining that his foot hurt. He is constantly getting growing pains so I figured that is probably what it was. He started putting his socks on when I noticed that his foot was completely red and swollen.

My husband was in the shower and so I ran in and told him I was taking our son to the ER. I grabbed the baby and my bag and ran out.

Because I had gotten up early, I was ready to go when my son needed me.

Because I had gotten up early, I could throw some muffins and juice in a baggie and cup and give him some breakfast.

Because I had gotten up early, my other kids were completely prepared to get in the car.

Because I had my car kit, I had a blanket, snacks, formula for the baby, a pen, notebook etc.

That is why I get up early. I can't imagine how much crazier my life had been yesterday had I not been up and prepared early!

BTW: he is fine! He has an infection in his foot but is getting antibiotics and the swelling is already going down!

Monday, March 15, 2010

Happy Homemaker Monday

What a crazy day it has been!! I was all prepared for a day of getting errands done, and instead found myself in the ER with my son! The life of a mother I tell ya! He is fine, he just has an infection. So after some antibiotics he should be back to normal!


Weather in my neck of the woods: It has been raining off and on all day. At the moment it is pretty sunny.

One of my simple pleasures: an ice cold diet coke on a crazy busy day!

On my bedside table: a new issue of Country Sampler and a BHG issue on organization

On my tv: Pokemon (2 of my boys are home)

On my menu:

On my to do list: update blogs, straighten living room, laundry, baking Shamrock shaped cookies

New recipe I tried last week: Last week was sooo insane, I didn't try anything new!

In the craft basket: I made a lepurchan catcher for my son

Something I am looking forward to: hopefully a little nap!

Homemaking tip for the week: if you "live" in your car like I do, every time you get out, have each person take 4 or 5 things out. That way you can get trash, books, toys etc. out without doing a huge clean up job!

Favorite blog post of the week: I have been reading so many great sites about saving money at the grocery store!

Favorite photo from the week: at the son right before he was baptized

Lesson learned the past few weeks: don't just say "I'm fine" if you aren't. Talk to someone and be open and honest!

On my prayer list:
family and friends
military overseas

Devotionals/prayers/scriptures from this week: "There is beauty all around when there's love at home." From the LDS hymn Love at Home


Ahhh another menu plan Monday. I had a forever long wait at the doctor's office today, so that is where I wrote it out! Luckily I had one of my favorite cooking magazines with me! Have you ever read Sandra Lee's Semi Homemade magazine? Lots of good ideas! I love it. Anyway, here is my menu for this week.

dinner: chicken fried rice (made by my husband!)

B: cereal and muffins
L: (kids lunch boxes) bagels w/ cream cheese and ham, boiled eggs, fruit snack, banana, treat, juice
D:Impossibly Easy Cheeseburger pie, green salad,

Wednesday: Happy St. Patricks Day!
B: Lucky Charms (: and instant breakfast mixed with a banana
L: all green! Green grapes, apple juice (in green juice box) green apples w/ pb,
pistachios, shamrock shaped sandwiches, shamrock shaped frosted cookies ( I am also including a green napkin and a St Pattys day pin to wear)

D: chicken divan with lots of GREEN brocoli, green salad, cucumber slices w/ dip, watergate salad, rolls
for dessert: sherbert floats

B:scrambled eggs on a bisquit w/ a slice of ham and cheese
L: leftover chicken divan or a pb &j, fruit, crackers, granola bar, boiled eggs, treat?, juice
D: taquito casserole (new recipe), spanish rice, corn
that night I am making cookies for my son's class...looking for a new recipe to try...

B: smoothies, boiled eggs
L:leftovers or a homemade lunchable, grapes, pretzels...
D:hoagies, bacon and ranch pasta salad, leftover fruit
treat during family movie night: muddy buddies chex mix

B: blueberry pancakes, sausage
L: at a birthday party
D: chicken tortilla soup, cornbread

D: hmmm...maybe leftovers! (:

Saturday, March 13, 2010

chore charts

I have a verrry hard time delegating. I get frustrated when my kids don't do the chore the right way or when it seems to take FOREVER. I KNOW that I need to teach them. I know it is my responsibility to teach them to be responsible adults. This weekend my husband told me, " they need to have chore charts."

I have tried many different kinds. I have a routine that I have written out for them. But I also want them to help with certain things. Cleaning the kitchen, cleaning bathrooms, the living room etc.

I think what I have a hard time with is when they have to go places in the evenings. For example, every Wed. my boys have Cub Scouts. As soon as their Dad gets home from work, they eat dinner and then head off. By the time they get home it is usually 8 or 8:30 and they are exaughsted. My oldest actually falls asleep on the drive home!!!

So when would I have them help? Before they leave? That is at 6pm, where we still have over an hour before bedtime...

Does anyone have any ideas?I need a system that works but I am not sure what to do.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Show and Tell Friday

(chore reminders, a quick quote and a note to my boys about their activity that night!)

If you are interested in checking out more Show and Tell Friday's you can go here:My Romantic Home

I love,love,love my chalkboard! My sweet husband made it for me almost 3 years ago now! It is the perfect spot for quotes, reminders, and messages.We use it on birthdays and to write holiday greetings. I am thinking I would like a couple smaller ones for other areas in my home. It is pretty easy and inexpensive to make your own.


(Ethan's lunch consists of a ham sandwich on a hoagie roll, boiled egg, pretzels, fruit snack, juice, cheese and cookies)

(Connor's lunch consists of fruit snack, cheese flavored pretzels, cookies, juice, fettuchini alfredo)

(Harmony's lunch consists of beef and brocoli over rice, string cheese, juice, cookies, dried fruit and a fruit snack)

One of the reasons that I pack my children's lunch is the cost! I have mentioned this before but out here, a school lunch is $3.25. For my three to eat a school lunch for one day it would be $9.75!

I always try to implement leftovers in to my lunch plan. My kids get sooo tired of sandwiches so this is a great way to get rid of leftovers, and not have never been touched sandwiches come home.

One of the problems with planning a strict menu, is that I have a variety of eaters.

Harmony is willing to try just about anything!! She eats seaweed (just munches away on the sheet), she loves pistachios, dried name it, and she will at least TRY it. She is my easiest to pack a lunch for.

Ethan I consider to be kind of a "classic" lunch kid. He likes a sandwich, crackers/chips, fruit and a treat. He is willing to branch out a little but is not a meat eater.

Connor is the absolute pickiest. He is the hardest one to cook & pack for. He is a "meatatarian" (we have called him that ever since we saw the Burger King commercial!). He has a huge long list of things he doesn't like.

These pictures are an example of using up leftovers but still letting them have individualized lunches. Normally my kids take their lunches in their Bento boxes but they were in the dishwasher!

Tuesday, March 9, 2010


This week has been an interesting one...and it is only Wednesday! Monday was pretty normal. Tuesday I slept through my alarm, and we were late from the moment my feet hit the floor. You know, if Mom doesn't get up then the kids don't! Except of course on the weekends! This morning I was up with my alarm, went walking, showered and had lunches made before 6! We were out the door earlier than normal even with extra trips inside, for forgotten items!

I would much rather repeat TODAY over and over instead of the other. I hate that rushed feeling and it affects my mood and the kids.

I grew up in a home where my Dad's motto is/was "If you are not 10 minutes early then you are late!" So I am constantly early! Or at least try too.

You know how doctors or dentists etc. want you there 15 minutes before your appt? Well what I do, instead of writing down the actual time of the appt. on my calender, I write down the 15 minutes before. For example if my actual appt. is at 10:30 I will write it down as 10:15. That way, I make sure to give myself just a few more extra minutes. I am rarely late for an appt. when I do this!

That's what works for me! You can go to Rocks in my Dryer, who is hosting this week and find tons of other great ideas!

Monday, March 8, 2010

Happy Homemaker Monday

Weather in my neck of the woods: I live on a tropical island...what can I say? Blue skies and sunny!

One of my simple pleasures: having a good mail day!

What is on my bedside table: journal, pen, hair ties, book ( I have 3 or 4!)

What is on my tv: Handy Manny

On the menu for tonight:cheese pizzas, carrot sticks, breadsticks

To do List: vacum, sweep, swiffer, laundry, dishes...oh it never ends!

New Recipe I tried this week:I actually didn't make any this past week but have 3 on the menu for this week

Craft basket: making bookmarks with my daughter's church group tonight

Looking forward to: my son's baptism on Saturday

Homemaking tip: Routines are your friend!I did not follow mine last night or this morning and regretted it! Set up a routine, no matter how simple, and follow it. It will make your day go so much smoother!

Favorite blog post of the week: Although not one blog post, over at Money Saving Mom (link to her site on my side bar under Money Helps) has a great series going on Menu Planning and saving money at the grocery store

Favorite photo of the week: (at the top) My son learned how to ride a big boy bike! Next he just needs to get the training wheels off!

I had to add two because it was also our military ball this week. So the other is my husband and I!

Lesson learned this week: besides the routine one, I realized this week how important it is to get enough sleep. I am a girl who needs a lot and I certainly didn't get it this past week. So I am not being the wife and mother I want to be. Get your beauty sleep!

Prayer list: friends and family, our military serving overseas

Scripture, quote or inspirational thought: Hmmm...

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Menu Plan Monday

So last week I didn't end up making everything I had planned. BUT, that is ok! We ate out only once (and that was only 3 of us). I just made other things from the pantry/freezer. It's all good!

This week will be a very busy week for our family. I am praying that things will start slowing down but I am not sure when that will happen. My menu this week is insanely relaxed as we are going from activity to activity and family members are gone. If you are looking for some more great menu's, you can go to Org Junkie

B: cereal and smoothies
L: leftover pasta from Sunday's dinner, cereal bar, boiled egg, string cheese, brownie and a juice
D:baked spaghetti, rolls and steamed vegi's

Tuesdaay: ( Girls are gone for dinner)
B: mixed berry muffins, instant breakfast, yogurt
L:leftover spaghetti or pb&j, sliced oranges, dried apples, chex mix, drink, nilla wafers
D: cheese pizzas, carrots sticks w/ dip, leftover rolls

Wednesday (boys are gone for dinner)
B: ham, cheese & potato breakfast casserole, juice, leftover muffins
L: leftover pizza or ham wraps with spinach & grated carrots, deviled eggs, chex mix, dried fruit, drink
D: cresant dogs, baked beans, fruit

B: cereal or leftovers
L: leftover cresants or chicken nuggets, apple slices, cereal bar, pretzels, drink
D: teriyaki chicken stir fry over brown rice, rolls

Friday: (boys are gone camping!)
B: cereal or leftovers
L: hoagies, pretzels, fruit snack, grapes,
D: the kids who are staying home: their pick for something special
campers: hot dogs, chips, pop

Saturday: (boys gone until lunch)
B: scrambeled eggs w/ chopped ham, bisquits
L: kid pick
D: our son is being baptized! So we will be eating dinner at our church. Sandwich trays, fruit and vegi trays, treats

B: leftover bisquits w/ ham & cheese slices, smoothies
L:leftovers from last night's dinner
D: crockpot Beef & Brocoli, rolls and rice
Sunday treat: root beer floats


I hope this isn't an indication of my cooking skills....

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Spring Craft

I love doing crafts but without having a craft store here...well it makes it somewhat hard! I found this cute and easy idea and knew I had almost everything I needed.

I went through my husband's wood scraps and he made me 3 square blocks that were 3in x3 in. I then sanded them until they were smoothe. Next I spray painted 3 blocks pink and 3 pistachio. After letting them dry, I simply added pink scrapbook stickers and spelled out spring. My original plan was to use white sticker letters. I *might* do that still. Haven't decided yet.

Obviously this is quick and easy! Not to mention cheap. I have a set like these that are painted red and have HO HO HO on them in white. You of course can use them for any holiday! Spelling out BOO, or BELIEVE, or JOY, THANKS, LOVE, AMERICA etc. Just simply change paint colors!

You can also stamp the letters on instead of using stickers!

I hope you enjoyed my show and tell!

cooking Thursday

I have been visiting the sites of those who are participating and all I can say is yum! There are some yummy recipes being linked. I will definatley be trying the Beef & Brocoli and the Coconut pie this week! If you want to check them out, you can go to Diary of a Stay at Home Mom

I had a request for my recipe for Caramel Apple Salad. It is such a quick and yummy fruit salad. My kids love it. So it is totally kid approved.

Funny story about the recipe, I was visiting my Mom right before we moved to Guam. I found the recipe in a magazine at her house. I got permission to rip it out. I did and carried it in my carry on all the way to Guam just so I could make it! (:

I originally posted this over a year ago, so I am just going to link to the recipe. If you make it let me know how you liked it! You can find the recipe here

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

WFMW-car kit

(the inside)

Works for Me Wednesday is over at Rocks in My Dryer for the next two weeks. So if you want to go and get some great tips, head over there!

From reading my blog, you might get the impression that I am a stay at home Mom. However, I don't consider myself to be at home...I consider myself to be an in the car Mom! From grocery shopping, to errands, to pre-k drop offs and pick ups, from Girl Scouts to Cub Scouts, to church and church activities....we log a lot of time in our van!

I have learned many times the importance of being prepared. We have been on the road to school when a child admits to not eating breakfast. Or getting caught in a sudden downpour (we live on an island) and having no towel or anything to dry off with. We have been stuck without a diaper or missing some wipes. So I finally learned what is necessary for me to keep in the car. For those just in case times!

I used to keep my car kit in a rectangular bucket. However, it just took up to much room. I had a tote bag that wasn't being used and found that much easier to move and keep in the car. I was constantly taking my bucket out for the stroller or groceries etc. This is what I keep in mine. Hopefully it will help you think of things you could keep in yours!

**an extra outfit for my baby and 5 year old
**clean bottle
**extra camera & batteries
**first aid kit
**hair things for my daughter
** a Sharpie
**word searches & pencil
**sun screen
**bug spray
** wet ones
*snack ( I don't tell my kids what is in there because they will sneak to the car and eat it while they are outside playing!!)
**an extra memory card ( I have left mine in the computer a million times!)
**Double AA batteries

This all fits in the tote bag well and it is so nice to know that it is there if I need it!

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Tuesday Meme's

(food photographer I am not!!)
(my daughter's plate...obviously things aren't very fancy around here)
So today I will be participating in two new meme's!! Yay! I love food and cookbooks and recipes. What can I say?

If you are interested in checking out these fun Meme's you can go to Tempt my Tummy Tuesday at Blessed with Grace and Tasty Tuesday at Balancing Beauty and Bedlam

Last night, my boys were busy running around the park when I yelled "DINNER". I have decided I just need a dinner bell! But as my oldest son came in, and checked out what I was pulling out of the oven he exclaimed, "Yes! That is my favorite!" So I thought I would share this simple, easy casserole with you.

I originally found it on a box of stuffing, but have also seen it in cooking magazines around Thanksgiving time as a way to use up extra turkey!

Stuffing Casserole
1 box of stove top stuffing
1 3/4 cup hot water
2 cups diced chicken ( I had a rotisserie chicken I got on discount that I chopped up)
1 bag of frozen brocoli florets
1 can of cream of chicken or celery soup
3/4 milk
1 cup mild cheddar cheese

Pour stuffing into a bowl. Pour hot water over it and let the stuffing soak up the water. Set aside.

In a casserole dish, layer your brocoli and chicken(or turkey). Mix soup, cheese and milk and pour over chicken and brocoli. Next spoon the stuffing on top. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes.

Very comforting and yummy! Hope you enjoy it. For more yummy recipes, make sure to go visit the sites I linked to at the top!!

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