more random.

I am totally off my game right now...having only a couple things I HAVE to do, I am wandering the house like I am lost or something...AND to top it off...Firefox deleted ALL of my crafty/creative bookmarks...I don't even know where to begin to get them back...but despite that I have gotten a few fun things done...like a couple of yummy scarves for the fall...
And I finally got Moses' Plex the robot shirt finished...this was his pose of choice...
I think I may love this one more than the DJ Lance one...and Moses wanted to wear this one right away. :)
And this photo pretty much sums up their personalities...Moses is crazy(in a good healthy way) and loud and fun...Aaron is reserved and concerned. :)
This boy is SO stinking cute...I can hardly stand it...
And because I am your friend...I planned dinner for you.
This is way easy and super tasty.
Ready?

Chicken Crescents

These are delicious and can be frozen if made ahead of time.

2 cups cooked chicken (usually 2 boneless, skinless chicken breasts)

1 can Pillsbury crescent rolls

2 Tbsp. margarine (at room temperature)(I used butter)

3 oz. cream cheese with chives and onion (at room temperature)

¼ tsp. salt

1/8 tsp. pepper

2 Tbsp. milk

Pepperidge Farm Blue Label bag of stuffing mix (I used Italian bread crumbs)

2 Tbsp. melted butter

Combine margarine and cream cheese in medium bowl and mix well. Add salt, pepper, and milk and blend thoroughly. Add chicken and stir until chicken is well coated. Divide the crescent rolls into 4 rectangles, pinching the diagonal lines closed. Place ¼ of the mixture in the middle of the square and then spread outward, leaving enough room around the edges to pinch them closed. Fold over and pinch edges. Brush with melted butter and then sprinkle stuffing mix over each one. Bake at 350 for 15-18 minutes. Makes 4 crescents.


Happy Weekend!

xo



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10 comments:

Elma said...

Love the pictures!! The boys are sooo stinkin cute!! Love the new shirt!! Can I order one for Adrian?? Have a wonderful weekend..

Sherryl said...

Okay... that SHIRT and the chicken dish look AMAZING! I MUST order one from your shop!

Nancy said...

That scarf is delicious (and the casserole is too!). Before I read your thoughts, I was just admiring and thought how I wished I was having more children because that would be an adorable baby bumper for a crib. Just an idea... have you ever done one? Seriously, if i could have more, I would be your first bumper client???

julie king said...

your creative t-shirts are just wonderful!! i'm adding this recipe ti my list of must-makes! thanks for sharing.

Whatever Dee-Dee wants said...

That robot shirt is too cute!

Cristi-2 If By Sea said...

The scarf is really cute!

My 4 yr old loves Yo Gabba Gabba and would love one of those shirts. Looks like I'll be pulling out my felt stash today!

The recipe looks great. I'm trying it tonight...

Thanks Crystal!

Lisa said...

Love the tshirt and that scarf is fantabulous!
:)Lisa

Amber said...

My son would love that Plex shirt...I may have to order one. It turned out great!

Chance said...

I would so buy your little boy t-shirts if you sold them in your shop!

I am really thinking I need your new scarf...

One day my husband is going to cut me off...

I just can't resist...

Chrissie Grace said...

The scarf is adorable.
I just came back to get the crescent recipe. I think I have everything so it's gonna be dinner tonite!:)

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