Monday, April 10, 2017

Dinner Time!

Hello there! I am back at it today with one of the easiest dinners you will ever make! This is a family favorite and Oh. My. Goodness. It is tasty! I usually make this when I don't really feel like cooking or when we have something going on in the evening and I won't have time to cook. Today was the first and it was on the menu plan for today too.


Easy Crockpot Chicken Fajitas

This is so easy to make. There are just a few steps! Put a bag of frozen chicken breast and a pack of fajita seasoning. I used McCormick's organic fajita seasoning. Then just turn the crockpot on high for two hours, turn the temp down to low for three additional hours. Or if you are started the crockpot before work just cook on low for 6-8 hours. I cooked peppers and onions separately but you can put them in the crockpot if you like. I didn't because I live with crazy folks who don't like peppers and onions. I know, right? Crazy! Hahaha!!! I also serve them up on flour tortillas with cheddar cheese.

But wait. There's more! This chicken is not only good for fajitas it's a great make ahead chicken for nachos and quesadillas. You can cook a big batch and have lunches all week or have fajitas one day and nachos another. You can also freeze it in big batches or in single servings. This is one of the easiest meals you will ever make and the possibilities are endless! Thanks for stopping by, I'll see you next time!             

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Sunday, April 9, 2017

Hello!

  • Hello everyone! It has been a long time since I did a post! I know, I know. You are wondering where I have been! Ha ha ha.


Well it's a long story so I will just give you all a shorter version! Last August I went back to work part-time. Right before Christmas I decided it wasn't going to work out so I quit. Fast forward to February. My youngest daughter had been having a lot of trouble since she went to middle school. We decided it wasn't just the average adjusting to middle school thing so we took her to a doctor to be tested for ADHD. Guess what? She really does have ADHD. She was tested by two doctors and the school psychologist. So we are confident in her diagnosis. She also suffers from anxiety which we already knew but it was nice to hear someone confirm our suspicions. Now Fast forward to April, now, the present time. Two IEP meetings later with the school and we have a plan! Yay! It has been a lot of work over the last few months and it pretty much consumed me.                                                  

Now I am back and I am ready to change some things around here. I started this blog three years ago when I started making cute lunches and it was great but my family has grown and changed so much. I have grown and changed. I have so many interest and so many things to offer. Here's the plan! I will still do lunch from time to time, cute food, not so cute food, and all that jazz. I will be adding a lot to this blog. Our lives, fitness journey, our progress with ADHD, our struggles with ADHD. I want to show you all my crafty side as well. How I use my five Mambi Happy Planners to control the chaos, yes I said five. Hehehe.....Just basically all the ins and outs of being us! Cleaning tips, organization tips and so much more. It should be loads of fun. See what I did there? Is she talking about really have fun or is she talking about laundry? You'll just have to stick around to figure it out!

Lot's of love to all of you. I look forward to bringing my blog up to date with the real world of Yummy Bites by Amy.


Friday, January 20, 2017

Mini Quesadillas!

Today I decided to get a little creative and make the girls quesadillas. I decided to see what they would look like with a little design in them. It's very light but each kiddo has a whale and an octopus quesadilla in their EasyLunchboxes.

  The middle girl has three mini cheese quesadillas, carrots, cucumbers, grapes, oranges, pretzels, and ranch dressing in the mini-dipper container.


The youngest girl has three mini cheese quesadillas, grapes, black berries, strawberries, cucumbers, peppers, carrots, yogurt raisins, dried pineapple, and salsa.

Thanks for stopping by!
Amy