Today was all kinds of hectic. I had to leave work at lunch to meet the Little Caesar Fundraising pizza kit delivery guy...65 pizza kits...I know that doesn't sound like much, but it looks like this:
The ENTIRE back 1/2 of my van was full. It was insane. I kept the a/c going (even though it was cool outside) to keep the food cold. I was assured b/c it was cool out, it would be fine sitting in the car until delivery after work. So, back to the office I went.
I left at 4:15 and picked up the girls from running club. We went home to let out the dogs, for the girls to grab a bite to eat & for Cai to change for their newly added Wed cheer practice.
As soon as we opened the door we could smell dinner in the crockpot...it was mouthwatering!
We were in and out of the house in 15 mins. I raced to the Church to meet the parents to pick up their pizza kits. Because I was on my lunch, I didn't have time to load them by order, so I was separating while standing in the parking lot. It was a bit hectic. Once we got a majority of the orders passed out, we headed to Cai's practice where the rest of the orders would be delivered.
This practice is only for the next month to help the girls clean up their stunts. Because there is already a practice being held at the gym, the girls were at a local park. It was such a chilly day, but the girls did well. I think it helped they were able to run around & get out some energy when they weren't the group working on their stunts.
When we finally walked in the door at 8:15, we were starving and exhausted. It was so nice to not have to worry about making dinner.
The meat was still juicy and had flavor. I don't think I used enough cheese, so on tomorrow's leftovers I will be adding a little extra.
Chicken Philly recipe
4-5 boneless, skinless chicken breasts (I used frozen)
2 sliced green peppers
1/2 onion sliced
I laid the chicken in the bottom of the crockpot & added the sliced veggies. I added some garlic salt to about 1/2 cup of water and stirred it up. I dumped it on top of the food, set it on low (10 hrs), covered it and left it for the day.
About 1/2 hr before we got home, Dennis shredded it (using the mixer!) added sliced swiss cheese (we were out of provolone) to the top. By the time I got home, it was melted and ready for a hoagie bun.
We had macaroni salad with it and it was awesome. Even the girls finished it. There was PLENTY for leftovers tomorrow.
Yay for easy crockpot dinners!