Pizza Hut is celebrating their 50th anniversary buy selling pizzas 50% off through January 10th when you order online.
I did a take on this recipe from Six Sisters Stuff - the family LOVED it!
Sautéed diced onions & minced garlic in a pan with olive oil & a little butter. Start onions 1st so the garlic doesn't burn.
Add chicken - cut into bite sizes.
While chicken is cooking boil pasta. When the pasta has about 3 minutes left throw frozen broccoli into the boiling water.
When chicken is almost completely cooked push it to the sides of the pan & melt a block of cream cheese in the center of the pan - you can add a little milk if needed. Stir with chicken, onions & garlic.
Add a whole jar of alfredo sauce & a jar of pesto sauce & parmesan cheese.
Season to taste with salt, pepper, Adobe seasoning (1 of my go-tos) & Tony's seasoning (another 1 of my go-tos).
Reserve about a cup of pasta water. Drain pasta & broccoli & mix with sauce. Add pasta water if needed.
Stir in fresh diced tomatoes. (I skipped the black olives this time.)
FYI - this makes a BOATLOAD of sauce - enough for 1 & 1/2 boxes of pasta (I had/have a lot of people to feed.)
I made semi-homemade waffles (hungry jack mix with my belgin waffle maker) & had fruit salad on the side - strawberries, blueberries, fresh pineapple & oranges.
Whenever I make waffles I make AT LEAST a double batch. I let them cool & then lay them in a single layer on a sheet pan & put into the freezer until frozen. Once frozen you can put them into a zip-lock freezer bag & they will not stick. For a quick breakfast, take 1 or 2 out & warm up in the toaster.
Pillsbury has a recipe for pot pie. (Does not have to be a name brand pie crust - store brand should work just as well - whatever is the best price.)
This is a great way to use leftover chicken or turkey. Just dice up, throw in 2 cans of cream of chicken soup & frozen veggies.
If you have never made these before click here for a simple recipe from Sargento.
They are easy & filling. Serve with pasta, fruit or veggie on the side.