By, Guest Blogger Sherry of City Chic on a Farm
This City Chic on a Farm is slowly learning how to cook, despite the fact that I hate it, and a freezer full of meat is making it easier. Here’s a recipe that is quick and easy, and if I can do it- anyone can:
Cheesy Turkey Tenderloins
- 4 or 5 tenderloins
- 2 cans of Campbell’s cheddar cheese
- 1 can of Campbell’s cream of chicken
- carrots or whatever veggies you want to add
- Cook for 4 to 5 hours on low, or 6 to 8 hours on high in your crock pot.
Also try my Beef Bacon Roast, another awesome crock pot full of easy eatin’!
Have you heard of Power Cooking? This is a way to get the whole family involved by pre-making your meals on the weekend for the week ahead or even getting girlfriends together to cook and chat. Power Cooking was created by Pampered Chef so if you have a consultant in your area have her do a demo and show you. It can be a great time-saver, and also helps save money by alleviating the need to plan a meal each evening- making you more likely to stick with the plan than go out.
Sherry is a SAHM (work-at-home Mom) raising three boys on a farm, after growing up in the burbs of Cincinnati with a little sister. She’s got a unique way of sharing her farm life, and is learning along with her sons all about how to run farm while trying not to get her hands dirty. Mosey on over to City Chic on a Farm and say “Howdy!”