Does anyone else lack the patience, time, or energy to put together a meal after work? Or feel inspired by all the #mealprep pictures you see on social media but can’t find the motivation to throw it together? I see you and am glad I’m not alone! This shredded chicken is made with minimal effort in a slow cooker and can be stored up to five days in the refrigerator. It’s lightly seasoned and can be eaten alone or used in recipes, making it oh-so-versatile. You only need 4 ingredients which also makes it super easy! I started making this every Sunday at the end of last year, and it has made all the difference for me on lunch breaks and at dinner time!
While I didn’t make any resolutions for 2018, I have definitely been more focused on cleaning out and organizing everything I possibly can in our apartment. Along the way I have made a list of small DIY side projects for myself. In this post I will share the first of these – making a DIY picture frame. And then making a lot more. They were much easier than I anticipated, and I can’t wait to spread them out over the wall I have picked out for them!
I think my favorite part of the weekend is having the time to make eat a big, filling breakfast. That being said, I rarely have the energy on a Saturday morning to make a multi-dish meal. Enter the breakfast casserole. It cooks all in one dish, layer over layer of yummy breakfast. I made this ham and Swiss version several months ago and don’t know why I waited until now to make it again. This breakfast casserole combination is a little different from the routine bacon or sausage with cheddar, and that’s the main reason I love it.