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I am a recent college graduate in Oklahoma raised on good Southern values. I am cooking and crafting my way to become the best woman I can be! I have a joke with my friends telling them I am a trophy wife in training, hence the name of this blog!

Thursday, December 26, 2013

Direction Change!

Since this blog was created as a class project almost a year ago my life has had some changes so I figured I should change up the blog as well! When I started the blog I wanted to only do food and crafts. Well that was pretty ambitious for a full time college student! There are times where I simply have too much homework for a meal made from scratch so a bowl of cereal will have to do. Also with that realization, I have more interests and more going on in my life than just food and crafts! So why not change this up into a lifestyle blog? I am a college senior about to graduate, so why not document the biggest transition of my life! Keep visiting for product reviews, make up tutorials, personal posts, and of course my old stand bys of food and crafts! 

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Green Chili Chicken

One of my favorite types of food is Mexican food. Or at least what Oklahomans have come to know as Mexican food. If it has cumin and green chilis count me in! One of my friends gave me this recipe to try and it was instant love. This is basically enchilada filling made for you in your crockpot! It's super easy and super yummy! It even the picky roommate stamp of approval!

Green Chili Chicken

2 Chicken breast
2 cans cream of chicken soup
Cumin
Salt 
Pepper
Cayenne

I line my crockpot with a crockpot liner (makes clean up a breeze) and place 2 thawed chicken breasts in the bottom. Next I layer in the two cans of soup and spread them around the chicken breasts. I use the salt, pepper, cumin, and cayenne to taste. Cook on low for 6-8 hours. The chicken breasts should shred easily with two forks. Serve warm over white rice.

Part of the reason I like this recipe so much besides how easy it is, is that you can make spice it up to your liking! Some people may like it hot, while others like it mild. It's up to you! Happy cooking! Enjoy!