This morning, as a family we were discussing Christmas Dinner. The J-man wants Ham as usual, so I will make that. I’m not a ham fan, but I don’t want to make a turkey either. We’re thinking Chicken and Ham. So I need some easy recipes! I don’t want to be struggling in the kitchen on Christmas. I want to hang out and play with the kids and check out their gifts.
I found some great dinner recipes at MomsWhoThink.com. They have put together 8 weeks worth of easy recipes. This is a big help for a busy mom like me. Other moms helping find the best tasting easy recipes for my family. I love that it is all together on one site. Moms helping moms.
While checking out the Chicken recipes I was blown away by how many popped up! Chicken Pot Pie would be excellent on Christmas! Maybe Homemade Chicken Noodle soup? Chicken Pesto Triangles is sounding pretty magnificent too!
This is definitely a site worth bookmarking! There is even a 4-5 ingredient chicken section to make things even easier on us moms! I love how it is divided like that so I can quickly find a quick easy meal to make my family.
So, what will your family be having for Christmas Dinner?
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I think we are having roast. I am just not sure what Im going to do with it yet! I need to decide soon!
Christmas eve we do soups and paninnis. We give the kids their Christmas PJ’s, we eat, then we head out to look at Christmas lights before returning home to put cookies out for Santa and read The Night before Christmas.
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I’m domestically challenged, including cooking, so thanks for the heads up on a helpful website! My family’s tastebuds thank ya too!
Christmas Day should be easy, no cooking big meals and spending all your time in the kitchen. Have a big pot of soup on the stove keep it on warm, meat/cheese tray in the frig ready to grab, variety of crax so when you are ready to eat it is ready. This is the time to go ahead and plurge on paperplates….toss the mess away. Relax and enjoy the day with the kids and take pics for us to see, who are so far away…….:)
Oh and thank you for sharing that site! Im in love and I think I have found my roast recipe for Christmas day~!
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Just last night we had homemade chicken noodle soup. We came home AT dinnertime and I needed something fast and nutritious. Keeping homemade broth in the fridge is a lifesaver. I poured some in a pot, threw in some noodles (happened to have vermicelli but sketty noodles work fine), tore up the lonely piece of leftover chicken into pieces, and added some frozen peas. It was delicious and took less than 15 minutes start-to-table. Once it was served I added cream to mine and it was delicious. So – save those chicken bones after your Christmas feast :).
Regarding Christmas dinner: I don’t even know where we’ll be eating yet so I can’t plan one way or the other (sigh).
Ashley Moreno says
I think my family would turn around and leave if there wasn’t a Honeybaked Ham on the table. Okay, maybe they wouldn’t be that crass, but they’d be pretty darned disappointed. Me? I’m with you, Brandy. I’m not a big ham fiend. One of these years I would love to serve up a luscious beef tenderloin, or a beautiful boef wellington. But I have to admit, the ham makes life easier—The Hubby stands in line Christmas even morning and voila! The ham appears in my fridge, and all I have to do is heat it up.
MERRY CHRISTMAS!!! And enjoy that chicken!!!
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