No Peek Chicken

Hello November!!

Can you believe we are almost at the end of 2018? I am excited about some of my goals I have accomplished this year but still have so much more to do! Have you started planning for 2019? Write the vision and make it plan!!!

Fall is here and nothing says Fall like some good comfort food! I wanted to try a new recipe and decided to make No Peek Chicken! It is so good and easy to make! I found several recipes and just took different pieces from several and created my own. It’s full of flavor and comforting!! It will be added to the recipe rolodex!

Ingredients

  • 1lb skinless boneless chicken tenderloin
  • 2 (10.75) cans of Cream of Chicken Soup
  • 2 cups of chicken broth
  • 2 cups of regular white rice, uncooked

Directions

Season chicken to your taste and pan sear it on top of the stove with Pam cooking spray

Mix rice, chicken broth, and cream of chicken in a glass baking dish. Bake on 350

Add chicken on top of the casserole after it is done and continue baking for another 30 minutes!

Enjoy!

Tip: Add A Bag of mixed vegetables for a twist


Red Velvet Bundt Cake

Happy Thankful Thursday!

I am so excited to announce I will be on the cooking stage for the 2018 SWS at the BJCC Today at 3:30 pm! So please come out for an afternoon full of fun!

I wanted to make a dessert to share with the audience today so I decided to make an easy Red Velvet Bundt Cake. Baking can often be intimidating or known to be hard but I love sharing easy delicious recipes for my readers.

This RVC is easy and good! I hope you will try it! With the holidays right around the corner it will be the perfect dessert for your holiday menu!

Happy Cooking!

Ingredients

1 box Red Velvet Cake Mix

1 box Hershey Chocolate Pudding

1 cup of Hershey Chocolate Chips

1 cup of oil

1 cup of sour cream

4 eggs

Directions

Mix all ingredients in a large mixing bowl and bake on 350 for 45 minutes.


Jax Apples

Can you believe Summer is coming to an end? It’s time to say goodbye to summer and hello to fall!!!

Back to school season is here and it’s time to pull out the after school snacks and easy weeknight dinners!

I love introducing new foods and ideas to family and friends!! I shared a simple apple snack with my little cousin Mr. Jaxon Whaley and when they visited me a couple of weeks ago he said Cousin Trina I remember last time I was here I had an apple with caramel dip! So every since I gave him that snack he loves apples and caramel dip now!🍎

This easy two ingredients recipe will make the perfect after school snack!! Wishing all the kids an amazing school year!!!🍏

Ingredients

Apples (I love Honey Crisp Apples and Granny Smith but any apples will do)

Smucker’s Caramel Dip

Instructions

Cut apples into your shapes of your choice and squeeze a small amount of dip on your plate or dipping bowl


Red, White, and BBQ (Wine Tasting)

Red, White, and BBQ (Wine Tasting)Happy Wine Wednesday!!

Can you believe we are one week away from the 4th of July? Are you still thinking of a theme for you holiday party?  I am here to save the day!  I was so excited when I had this idea!

Ok, what better way to celebrate the 4th of July than with a Wine Tasting Red or White, and a little BBQ. I thought of two different options for this wonderful wine tasting. I believe it will also be fun to vote on the best red and white wine.

  1. You can purchase 2- 3 white wines and 2-3 red wines for your guest to taste and vote on a favorite.
  2. You can send out invitations assigning white wine to a certain number of guest and assigning red wine to a certain number of guest.

Two of my favorite Red Wines:

  1. Liberty Creek (Sweet Red)
  2. Adesso Cagnina di Romagna

Two of my favorite White Wines:

  1. Stella Rosa Moscato D’Asti
  2. Barefoot Moscato

 

I hope you pick this fun filled theme for you Red, White and Blue holiday!!! I look forward to using this theme for years to come!

 

 

 

 

 


Hostess Gift Ideas

Happy Magnificent Monday!!

The official kickoff for Summer 2018 is finally here!! Memorial Day Weekend has been the beginning of Summer for years! So many people start it off with back yard bbq’s beach trips and more!

When invited to a cookout or any event it’s always nice to bring the hostess a gift. It’s a small token of appreciation for all of their hard work and thoughtfulness.

I am going to share some ideas for you so, when you are invited to a cookout out this Summer you will be a great guest with your hostess gift!! Cheers to a wonderful Summer!! I hope it’s one to remember!!!

1. Drink Dispenser

2. Nice Glass Pitcher

3. A Bottle if Wine

4. Candle

5. Gift Card for a nice restaurant or grocery store

6. Cookbook

I have shared an example of an idea below!

**Drink Dispenser, Country Time Lemonade, Lemons and Recipe for Lemonade**


Easy Banana Pudding

Happy Marvelous Monday!

We are just days away from Memorial Weekend and I am excited about the summer season!! Summer is always so much fun from all the bbq’s, picnics and even just grilling and chilling out at home!! I think no bake desserts are just perfect for the summer! Dessert always adds the finishing touch to your meal and the no bake desserts help you stay cool by not turning on the oven.My easy banana pudding is delicious and you don’t even have to turn on the oven!! This will be the perfect dessert for any potluck or Summer celebration!!!

Ingredients

1large box of Vanilla Pudding

2 cups of milk

2 cans of condensed milk

1 8oz cool whip

1 box of Vanilla Wafers

2 bananas

Instructions Mix Pudding and Milk together well. Next add Cool Whip, Condensed milk. Layer Cookies, Pudding mix, and then bananas. Repeating until Pudding mixture, Cookies and bananas are gone.


Alabama Bramble 🐎

Happy Saturday!!

Kentucky Derby is a week from today and I wanted to share a recipe focused on the Derby. A few months ago I had the pleasure of going to a whiskey tasting sponsored by Coopers Craft and it was so much fun!! We even had the opportunity to mix up some drinks and learn some great history about whiskey.

Saturday May 05, 2018 will be a fun day between the Kentucky Derby and Cinco De Mayo it will be plenty of different activities and celebrations for the day. If you have a celebration at home I hope you add the Alabama Bramble to your beverage menu!!! Cheers!!! 🥃

Ingredients

1.5 oz Coopers Craft Bourbon

1oz Lemon Juice

.5 oz Raw Simple Syrup

4-5 Fresh black berries

2-3 oz Ginger Ale

1 lemon slice

1 mint spring

Instructions

Muddle 3 black berries with simple syrup in a shaker. Add whiskey, lemon juice, and ice. Shake hard double strain into ice and top with ginger ale. Garnish with Mint and black berries.


Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake

Happy Foodie Friday!!

I am so happy the weekend is here!  We will have beautiful weather this weekend in Birmingham, AL so, that makes it even better!

Omg,  when I tell you this chocolate cake is to die for.  It is delicious and so moist.  I made it for the first time for Thanksgiving for a tester and just fell in love.  One of my aunt’s makes a delicious chocolate cake and several people in family agree that this cake is just as good as the one she makes from scratch.

I have paired the cake with vanilla ice cream, chocolate syrup, and it just makes it even better! I hope you love it as much as my family and I.  Happy Baking!!

Ingredients

1 Yellow Box Cake Mix

1 box of Hershey Chocolate Pudding

1 cup of chocolate chips

1 cup sour cream

1 cup of oil

4 eggs

Directions

Mix all of your ingredients in a large bowl and mix well.  Spray your bundt cake pan with Baker’s Joy cooking spray and pour all of your ingredients in the bundt cake pan. Bake cake for 40-45 minutes on 350.

Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!


A Cookbook for a cure

Happy Friday Eve!!

I am so excited to announce my first cookbook Knocking Out Cancer in the Kitchen is available for purchase on Amazon.  I have had the vision for years and I am so thankful to see it come to light.  It is a collection of recipes that were submitted to me for the book and of course I have some of my own recipes in the book as well.

I hope you enjoy this cookbook and make many memories with the recipes!!

A portion of each cookbook will be donated to the Susan G. Komen Fund

The link for you to purchase the book is above!

Thank you in Advance for your support!!

~K Marie~


Buffalo Chicken Dip

Happy Marvelous Monday!!

I hope you all had a wonderful weekend!!

I am sharing a dip just in time for March Madness!! 🏀 I can’t believe this recipe is 9 years old!! I remember the first time I made it was for my Uncles 60th Birthday party and he turned 69 this year!! If you love buffalo chicken wings you will love this dip!! It’s so easy and delicious!!

Ingredients

2-3 Chicken Breast Shredded

1 8oz block of cream cheese

1/2 cup of shredded cheese

1/2 cup of ranch dressing

Franks Red Hot to taste

Instructions

Season Chicken breast to taste and Broil Chicken breast in a broiler on medium heat. After Chicken is done allow it to cool before you shred it. Add shredded chicken in crockpot, along with cream cheese, and shredded cheese. Cook on high and after the chicken and cheeses have melted add ranch dressing and a few dashes of hot sauce to your taste.

Serve with tortilla chips and enjoy!!