I'm always looking for good chicken recipes since we plan to eventually have enough chickens to supply our meat in the freezer. Needless to say this recipe is beyond easy and very good. The chicken turned out super moist. We paired it with some mixed veggies (which ended up being just broccoli and cauliflower...Matthew ate all the carrots).
Honey Graham Cracker Chicken
Honey Graham Crackers
Chicken Breast or Tenderloins
1. Crush up the graham crackers into a large Ziploc baggie. I used about 6-7 whole crackers.
2. Take the chicken breast and smother it in the honey...I poured honey into a small bowl and just used my hands to scoop some out and slather on the chicken breast.
3. Place the honey covered chicken into the baggie of cracker crumbs and shake around. Then place on a parchment paper covered cookie sheet. Drizzle with extra honey.
4. Bake for 20-25 minutes at 425F.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
My older sister bought this book for the boys, One Night in Frogtown, because well she loves frogs and the boys are her bugs. Anyway, this book comes with a CD that reads the story and sings the songs (which sound better than me actually reading them to the boys), but I put the CD on and we got to work on our next project...a paper plate frog. Pictures didn't get taken of them painting it green/red because well...yeah...two boys with paint brushes and only one adult supervising...not the best combo here.
Our book inspiration
Joshua getting ready to start on the red (for inside the mouth)
Joshua showing us his finished frog...we cut out their handprints to make the legs of the frog.
Matthew tried to show me his
Here is what it looks like
The boys had a blast and it's a project that they are able to play with. Time to find some more projects to tie in with their books and since it's warmer outside we can do the painting outside instead of my kitchen table.
Labels: Craft Projects