Busy, Busy, Busy. The only thing I like better than eating Cream Cheese Chicken is MAKING it. Soooooo easy! Dump everything in a crockpot and come back later. That’s what I’m doing today.

But earlier this week I needed something ready in 10 or 15 minutes start to finish. That’s where these come in:


We like these and they are fast, easy and fairly cheap. (We first got them BOGO.) They usually don’t have this many broccoli stems (from the Garlic Shrimp). I pulled them out and supplemented it with some frozen broccoli florets.

One bag is supposed to be a meal, but seriously. This kid can eat. So we cook two bags. Unfortunately, we didn’t have two of the same kind, so we just had shrimp and more shrimp. PinkGirl liked the Garlic Shrimp on the left. FavoriteSon preferred the Shrimp Scampi on the right. I added some more peas to the Shrimp Scampi on the right.


zero leftovers.

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4 thoughts on “voila!

  1. Okay, I can’t BELIEVE you of all people did this! 🙂 And I know you aren’t offended by me commenting here. It cracks me up every time I see somebody type this, because “VIOLA!” means my daughter’s about to play her stringed instrument that slightly larger than a violin. VOILA means ta-da!!

    I’m sure most of the time it’s generally just a typo with the letters inverted, but it makes me smile every time. I thought maybe the post was going to be a lesson on the difference between the two words. Maybe that’s what I need to do! LOL

    Linda – THANK YOU!!! I’m fixing that right now! Of course the THREE Mr. Linky’s will give me away. arrrrg. (by JSM)

  2. That’s funny about the Voila – I was having trouble with Scallopini (Scallopine) last night on my own blog post.

    I want to make the cream cheese chicken – thanks for reminding me it was here.

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