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I don’t know about you, but we love soup in the winter time. Me… I love it anytime, any day, any season. :-D

Whenever I make soup, I like to make a couple of bags for the freezer, too. Like the last time I made chicken soup.

Chicken Soup Bowl

 

If I’ve already got all the stuff out to chop, might as well keep chopping.

Here’s what I added…

Carrots

Celery

Onion

2 cups chicken broth

1-2 large chicken breasts

1/2 tsp pepper

1/2 tsp salt

1 T Adobo Seasoning (this is our favorite seasoning)

Mix it all together and freeze. When it comes time to cook the soup, simply defrost in the fridge and dump into your crockpot with another 4-6 cups of chicken broth. Feel free to add some frozen mixed veggies, or mushrooms, or whatever you like to add to your soup. You’ll be glad to have the base to pull out of the freezer. :-)

Two chicken Soup mixes for the freezer.

Two chicken Soup mixes for the freezer.

Here are some more soups that would freeze well…

Stuffed Pepper Soup

Vegetable Fajita Soup (Add meat if you’d like.)

Ham and Cannellini Bean Soup (Do not freeze the kale.  Add towards the end of cooking time.)

and Tortellini Soup, just to name a few (Again, don’t freezer the spinach.)

All of these recipes use Wildtree ingredients, which you can get at a discounted price if you’d like. There’s no obligation to sell the products at all. You can simply enjoy the discount and all the goodies that come in your kit. If you want to know more, just fill out this form and I can answer your questions.

Thank you so much for stopping by, and God bless!

Antoinette

I’m trying to add all of the recipes from my Once Stop Crock Workshop as I cook them.

Last week I made the Pollo Asada Rice Bowls.

Last week I made the Pollo Asada Rice Bowls.

They were a touch spicy for my family, but very good. I will definitely be making them again and cut back the Spicy Carne Asada. :-)

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Click on the picture for hundreds of other menu plan idea!

Click on the picture for hundreds of other menu plan idea!

Hi all! I’m running a little behind on my posts, so I’m going to get straight to the point here.
Dinners for the week…

MONDAY – Ranch Chicken Chili (from the freezer to the crockpot) and Corn Bread (recipe to come)

TUESDAY – Fajita Bowls

WEDNESDAY – Cheesy Chicken Tenders and Potato Pockets (recipes to come)

THURSDAY – Popcorn Shrimp and Dilled Cod with rice and veggies

FRIDAY – Easy Crockpot Lasagna (from the freezer to the crockpot – recipe to come)

SATURDAY – Brinner! (Pancakes, Eggs, and Bacon)

Sunday – Leftover Buffet or something simple

It’s that time of the year when sickness is abound. I mentioned in my Young Living tab that my boys have been sick so much this season. And that’s why I decided to become a Young Living member.

I have been having so much fun with these oils! I have to admit that I’ve been wanting to experiment with making my own salves and such. Well now I have that opportunity! And the first thing I made was a Cold and Flu Salve.

I’ve been seeing pins for these Cold/Flu bombs that my friends have been taking (and kicking their germs to the curb!). However, my boys can’t swallow pills yet, so I made the salve for their feet.

Ooooo, Aaaaaaaah, don't they look so fancy?

Ooooo, Aaaaaaaah, don’t they look so fancy?

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For simple, healthy, delicious recipes made with all natural products, check out my Wildtree Website.

For simple, healthy, delicious recipes made with all natural products, check out my Wildtree Website.

Last week, I planned to make a bunch of freezer meals while all the kids were away to school and other activities. One of my kiddos got sick on the day that I planned to do this, so it got postponed. However, I decided to make just a couple that night while I was making dinner. It didn’t take me any more time to make these 2 meals then it did to make dinner.

I decided to make Sloppy Skillet from a previous workshop. And while working on that I would make 2 portions of the Quick Crockpot Lasagna from the One Stop Crock Simple. Healthy. Workshop.

I'm ready to get down to business.

I’m ready to get down to business.

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Hot. Glue. Guns. There’s a love hate relationship for ya. Love the outcome, do not love all the glue strings during the process. :-P

ANY ways… We got a book from my Aunt not too long ago called Snowmen at Night.

You can tell it was a popular one because it’s well loved (lots of taped pages). ;-) And it was no different for A. He loves this book! That got me to thinking about the fun felt pages I made to go with The Very Hungry Caterpillar. What if we made some felt snowmen? So I got to work…

I kind of took over the kitchen table.

I kind of took over the kitchen table.

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Click on the picture for hundreds of other menu plan idea!

Click on the picture for hundreds of other menu plan idea!

Aaaaand it’s almost February. Yep, that happened. Moving right along, here’s the dinner plan for the week…

MONDAY – Pollo Asada Rice Bowls (from the freezer to the crockpot)

TUESDAY – Red Lentil Soup with some fruit

WEDNESDAY – Honey Hoisin Chicken Wraps (from the freezer to the crockpot)with Apple Balsamic Slaw and Pitas

THURSDAY – BEEF ENCHILADA STEW (from the freezer to the crockpot) with Rice Cakes and Laughing Cow

FRIDAY – Eating at a 10th Anniversary school event

SATURDAY – Brinner! Gluten Free Pancakes with Eggs, Bacon, and fruit

SUNDAY – Cheesy Chicken Tenders with Bacon <a href="http://www.mywildtree.com/PWS/Antoinette/store/AM/product/CREAMY-RANCH-DRESSING-DIP-MIX,1621.aspx”>Ranch Packet Potatoes, and Peas

God Bless!
Antoinette
My Wildtree Website
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