why she chose freezer to crock pot cooking and how she prepared her first set of recipes. Now, she'll let you in on how these meals actually taste.
I served this up with brown rice. Nothing fancy.
This wound up being a decent family meal, though kind of bland.
It had a canned-tomato-y taste, but it wasn’t overpowering. This little taste-feature was not a surprise, as it had – you guessed it – a lot of canned tomatoes in the recipe.
Bebe H (my nearly 3 year old daughter) thought it was pretty close to ravioli, which is a decent review coming from her. Both kids ate it, anyway, so that’s a win.
And it's pretty healthy/low-cal, being that it's all veggies and some chicken. Speaking of which, the chicken thighs cooked well, they were easily cut with a fork.
We'll eat it again with no complaints, but it's not going to win any awards.
Overall Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Kate Appelman is a Naperville area child and family photographer who spends her extra time thinking up silly songs for her toddlers and trying to fit in Crossfit workouts.
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