This was so tasty! I loved the mix of flavors in this healthy chicken. I will give you a couple of choices for the ingredients…
- 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
- 4 Tablespoons bbq sauce (Annie’s Naturals Organic BBQ Smoky Maple)
- 1/4 cup Shredded Colby Jack Cheese
- 1 can Rotel Tomatoes with green chilies, drained
- sliced scallions
- 2 slices of bacon cooked crispy, blotted dry, and crushed up
Preheat oven to 400F. Grill the 4 chicken breasts until done. (Juices run clear)
I then placed them my cast iron skillet and topped each chicken boob with a tablespoon of the Annie’s, piled on the shredded cheese, topped with the tomatoes & green chilies and sprinkled with the sliced scallions & crumbled bacon.
Put them in the oven for about 7 minutes. Added a side of broccoli and we were good. to. go!
For a healthier choice use a large, organic, chopped tomato and an organic green chili pepper. We use our home grown maters & chilis when we have them in season. I always have scallions & chives growing next to the house so I can just go out and grab a couple.
Just about any recipe you find can be tweaked to a healthier combo! The problem here with the Rotel is the BPA in the cans and the possibility of GMO’s. Every little bit that each of us does, can make a big impact in our own health and the health of those we love!
Happy cooking, may your choices keep you on the lead lap of life! ~Tess
There’s a small farm stand in my neighborhood on Sunday mornings. They park on the corner and set up a little table and offer locally grown produce for those interested. I love it! Excellent produce, locally grown, fresh from the fields, & MUCH cheaper than at the grocery store. Today I picked up some really good looking stuff! Cabbage, jalapeños, summer squash, morrows, and green beans.
In my attempt to maintain my retained girlish figure, I push myself to make sure I eat extra fruits and veggies, even to the point where I will make myself an extra serving at dinner, including things my hubby and daughter will not eat. Hoping she will notice the good example and begin eating more. She must take at least one taste of everything.
Squash is something we all eat, and I fix it many different ways. Tonight, I just steamed a yellow squash cut into chunks and consumed it with a bit of sea salt. Yummmers
I wanted to share some of the health benefits of these great produce treats.
Summer squash are effective diuretics and their potassium content means they are beneficial for those with high blood pressure. Summer squash does contain small amounts of beta carotene. Because of their high water content, all squash are low in calories. (Wholefoods with recipes for health and healing, Nicola Graimes)
I love to shred these babies up and add them to my tomato sauces, lasagnas, and soups. Just adds a bit more nutrition to the dinner being made and some more fiber as well.
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