Chicken Divan

This is a favorite of mine, though I have to make it half broccoli and half not in my house (for my husband and not my child!). 2 – 10 oz. package frozen broccoli 4 cooked, shredded (I use the food processor) boneless, skinless chicken breasts 1 can 98%...

Chicken Enchilada Casserole

This recipe is adapted from a lady in my hometown. It’s full of flavor and simple to make. I also removed the “cream of” soup from the original. Here’s what you will need: 1 – 16 oz. Container Fat-free sour cream 1 tsp. Garlic Powder Salt to taste 1...

Pizza Meatloaf

This is an older Weight Watchers recipe with some modifications for my family’s needs. My toddler is allergic to eggs, so I’ve had to make several adjustments, just in case he decides to eat what Mommy is eating. I love this recipe because it’s simple to prepare, freeze, then...

Crock Pot Chicken and Dressing

  or Stuffing, if you are like my husband. Whatever you call it, this is the easiest way you’ll ever make it! Maybe the entree isn’t so pretty to look at, but this crock pot chicken and dressing is as yummy as it is easy to make. Whether you...

Steak with Greek “Stuffing”

Greek stuffing (reduced fat feta cheese, olives, sundried tomatoes, and garlic) We are a meat and potatoes family. The Greek stuffing is an adaptation of a lamb recipe my Aunt Pam uses, but we loved it so much, we wanted to try it with steak. If you try it,...

Reflections through a year apart

One year ago I faced being without my husband of only a few months for an extended period of time. I knew that even when we reunited during mid-tour leave, the time would be brief and focused on the addition to our family. I thought about the possibilities and...

The long awaited arrival

My due date, June 5, came and went. Peter arrived for R&R later that week. My doctor reluctantly agreed to let me wait another week. Dietrich measured on the larger side – at 40 weeks, they estimated about 10 pounds. He also recommended scheduling a c-section, since I’d shown...