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Monday, November 5, 2012

The Good Wife

***Ok, that's it!!! Before I start the real content of this post I am asking for HELP! I consider myself a very basic blogger-if you hadn't noticed by my simple and boring blog setup :) But, I can't for the life of me figure this out. I want to reply to comments!!! How do I do this?? Anyone? I have tried figuring it out on my own and have done everything I've read online regarding this topic. Still, nothing works. What am I doing wrong? How can I fix this??? Leave me a comment and maybe I can get back to you :/ Thanks to anyone who can help!****

A few weeks ago my husband confessed he was tired of taking sandwiches all the time in his lunch everyday. I was frankly in the same type of mood. Sometimes we buy him some frozen meals he can microwave but we hadn't in forever. Other times he takes leftovers from dinner the night before but even that wasn't happening that often anymore-if someone wouldn't eat so much at dinner maybe we would have more leftovers!!! So, I did a bunch of research and found some ideas for 'muffin tin meals' (that's the search I used) over on the Pillsbury website. They used a can of their refrigerated biscuits and different fillings. I didn't care for their fillings either because I didn't have the right ingredients or I knew they weren't my husband's taste. So, I made my own using their biscuit idea. I had a bag of chicken tenderloin pieces defrosted that I hadn't used yet so I thought this was the perfect opportunity to try some ideas of my own out. I buy big pack of chicken and then divide it myself and freeze them in 8's. I only used 7 for these because I put one aside for my son's dinner :) If you do this, you may get more than the 15 I did if you use all 8.


I started with 2 cans of biscuits and I sprayed my muffin pan with a boat load of non-stick spray. I didn't want these beauties to stick after all the work I would be doing:
 I flattened each biscuit in my hand first. Then I simply pressed it in to the muffin tin like a bowl, just waiting for my delicious filling!
 I came up with three different varieties and collected the supplies I would need for each.


 I diced my chicken up and mixed it with my above ingredients. I used one of my normal kitchen spoons and dropped a spoonful into each biscuit cup.
 After topping them with a bunch of cheese they went into the oven for about 15 minutes.
 And, they came out perfect! And, they smelled amazing too!! They popped right out of the muffin tin with just a bit of help from a butter knife to lift  an edge for me to grab.
 After cooling on a wire rack I wrapped them each individually and labeled them. Now, my husband just has to open the freezer, pick his taste for the day and walk out the door for work. I can't wait to hear how he likes them.

 Do you have any other ideas for fillings?? We are trying to come up with some I could make with ground meat as well as more chicken ideas. What kind would you make?

8 comments:

Ali @craftyWImama said...

I've made similar mini meals like those before, but never thought to freeze them! Good thinking!
We also use pie crust to make mini-quiche - our favorites are bacon & peas, or ham & broccoli. We are the type of family who loves breakfast foods for dinner :)

Kyra @ RACKS and Mooby said...

These look yummy - I love muffin meals that can be made ahead. Thanks for sharing.

In regards to your request for help... do you get an email when someone leaves a comment on your blog? If so, then you can just reply to that email and it will go back to that person directly (provided they have 'enabled' their email addy). With this method, your reply will not be posted on your blog. It only goes back to the original poster via email. If you are not yet getting emails with comments, go to your blogger Settings, then Mobile and Email, then add your preferred email address in the box "Comment Notification Email". Just be sure you choose an email that you don't mind sharing with others when you reply. If that isn't what you are talking about, LMK. GL!

HungryLittleGirl said...

Oh my, they look delicious!
I would love to have you share this or any other recipe of yours at Wednesday Extravaganza - my Foodie Link Party with the chance to get a lifetime feature on my Wall of Fame! Here is the link:
http://www.hungrylittlegirl.com/1/post/2012/11/wednesday-extravaganza-3.html

Can't wait to see you there!

Jenn @ Clean and Scentsible said...

These look great! I bet my kiddos would love them. Thanks so much for coming out to the party at Clean and Scentsible. I pinned this! Have a great rest of the weekend!
Jenn :)

Heather said...

These look yummy...we do one like this with ground sausage, eggs and cheese for breakfast :)

Mariel said...

I would love for you to share this (or any of your other great ideas) at the link party going on through tomorrow night at ‘Or so she says …’ Hope to see you there! www.oneshetwoshe.com

Theresa said...

These look delish! I would try cheeseburger, bbq beef (with left over roast), and steak-onion-mushroom-cheese. Yummm! Pinning this to freezer food board.

Anonymous said...

I've been dating my girl for 5 years and we have just broke up because she told me she likes someone else but she say she still loves me... the next week she left the house and said she needs to find herself??? and i wanted her to be with me by living were i live, forget about her ex's, having a good job and being in a healthy relationship which leads to marriage and kids. but she has been planning to leave me since and when i knew about her plan i gave her space maybe she will come back?? but if she don't then i had to help me find a spell caster to help me bring her back so i did contacted dr.marnish@yahoo.com after 3 days of casting his spell my girlfriend returned back to crying to me that she will never make a step without me again, that she will always love me till death. i am still surprised how dr.marnish did the love spell
Tremeeka from France

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