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Friday, May 30, 2014

CROCKPOT Chicken Quesadilla's


If you follow along on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, you probably saw this photo.  
You might have also read that this was Charlie's plate.  It totally got cold while I was photographing it….  
Sorry, Charlie!  
#bloggerproblems

What I didn't mention, Is that while photographing it, I forgot that mine was on the stove top and it definitely burned.  
They're still good crispy in case you're wondering…

I'm queen of opening the fridge, grabbing whatever I see first, throwing it in the crockpot and hoping and praying it's edible at the end of the day.  

I'd say I'm successful about 80% of the time.  
I'll take that.

It's almost time for me to go back to work, so the more recipes I have that can be thrown (literally) together the night before or morning of, the better for my sanity! 

So here's how the CROCKPOT Chicken Quesadilla's went down y'all…

Ingredients

2-3 Large Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts
1 Cup Salsa
1/3 Cup Queso Cheese Dip
1/2 Packet of Ranch Dip Mix 
Tortilla Shells
Shredded Cheese


Yep, that's all. 

Here comes the hard part…

Throw the first four ingredients in your crockpot and turn it on….


I stirred it up, turned it on high and put the lid on.

I started this in the morning and we were having it for lunch so I cooked it on high.  You can definitely slow cook it all day on low for a dinner meal instead. 


Once the chicken was cooked, I shredded it and let it simmer in the salsa/cheese/ranch mix for another 30 minutes or so.

Then, I put my tortilla shell in a pan and filled it with my crockpot quesadilla chicken and shredded cheese.  I cooked it until the cheese was melted and it was slightly (or burnt in my case) browned on each side. 


It turned out really, really good!  
It had a little kick (I used Medium salsa and cheese), and really great flavor! 

I plan to double or triple this recipe once I go back to work so I have some lunches for the work week, too! 


A great big spoon full of sour cream on top and these babies were ready to go!  (after they were photographed….and cold)



So glad you stopped by today.  Have a great weekend y'all!!!



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