Oven Fried Chicken

2 dinners down on the bet, 2 more to go! Today we celebrated dad’s birthday with one of his favorites, oven fried chicken. It was a combination of a few recipes, pinterest, dad’s mom, and mom’s mom. Ingredients: Chicken Breasts 1 cup flour ½ tsp salt 1 tbsp seasoning salt …

Chicken Casserole

I know it is late posting, but better late then never, right?? Easy and delicious dinner recipe below. Perfect for a weeknight meal and great for leftovers for lunch the next day! Ingredients: 4-5 boneless, skinless chicken breasts 6 strips of quality bacon – cooked and crumbled 2 cans cream …

Hobo Meal

Happy Memorial Day everyone!

A Hobo Meal is probably the easiest meal ever to make. You have all your sides in with your entree in a tin foil pouch cooking at the same time. It consists of Chicken, Potatoes, and Carrots. It can be cooked in the oven or the grill. I recommend cooking it on the grill.


Chicken Breast






Tin Foil



1. Cut up the onion and place on the bottom of the tin foil sheet.

2. Place the chicken breast on top of the cut up onion.

3. Cut up potatoes (1 potato per pack or as much as you desire) and put on top of chicken breast.

4. Place carrots on top of potatoes or around (they have a tendency to fall off).

5. Put some butter and sprinkle some pepper over everything.

6. Wrap foil up to make a pouch.

Hobo meal

Place on the grill for about 30-40 minutes, or until chicken is cooked thoroughly.

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This is an easy and quick meal. You can’t go wrong with chicken and potatoes! When I was younger I would never eat cooked carrots and now I love them!


Homemade Chicken Tenders

Sometimes coming up with something that I want to make for this blog is really based on what I already have in the house. As I was racking my brain of what I could make and when I would have time to make it, I found Homemade Chicken Tenders. It was close to lunch time and Dad was coming over to fix my alarms. I knew I had all the ingredients so why not make these for lunch! Dad loves fried chicken, so this was the perfect time to give it a whirl! Warning: your house will smell like fried oil when this over. Recipe below!


2 Eggs

1 Tbs Water

2 Cups Flour

Salt and Pepper to taste

2 Cups Vegetable or Canola oil

Chicken Tenderloins or Chicken Breasts cut into strips


1. Fill a pot (I used a tall pot so there wouldn’t be so much oil splattering) with the oil. Heat the oil to 350 degrees, I put it between medium and hot and seemed to work out just fine. If you want to check if the oil is ready, drop some flour in and if it sizzles, you are good to go!

2, Mix the 2 eggs and water in a bowl.

3. Mix flour, salt, and pepper together on a plate.

4. Take a piece of chicken and dip it into the eggs, then coat in the flour, dip it in the eggs again, and then back to the flour.

5. Fry it up! 3 minutes on each side should do it.


Chicken Tenders

They are super easy to make and you don’t need a lot of ingredients. They don’t take long  to make, but your fingers get pretty messy while dipping. I baked up some fries to go with it (I know I could have just fried them) and we had a great lunch. I dipped my strips in honey mustard and it was so good!