Good morning! My new schedule for this year is to go to bed early and then get up and write a post or get my workout in before the boys wake up. We’ll see how it works out for me. Five minutes into this post while in my pajamas it seems to be working out just fine.
So, for those of you that are Costco shoppers you may have seen a little something something in the coupons for this month.
Would you look at that. It’s that amazing jalapeño yogurt dip. I will definitely be stocking up on that.
I also created a little fun last minute enchilada dish that I’ve made a couple times the past few days for dinner. I’m going to try a bigger version of it to feed the whole family soon, but it’s just too good not to share with you (and with the coupon and all I just couldn’t resist).
Keep Your Hands off Mama’s Spicy Spinach and Chicken Enchiladas
serves one hungry mama (hopefully at a decent hour)
1 chicken breast
1 teaspoon taco seasoning (I didn’t exactly measure this)
cayenne pepper (optional)
handful of fresh spinach
1/4 cup jalapeño yogurt dip
5 small corn tortillas
1 cup roasted red pepper and tomato soup
Cook chicken breast with taco seasoning and cayenne. (I cooked it in the microwave.)
Cut chicken breast into bite size pieces and mix with spinach and jalapeño yogurt dip.
Put small amount of soup in the bottom of a small baking dish sprayed with nonstick spray.
Put the chicken mixture inside the tortillas one at a time and wrap to form the enchiladas. Place in baking dish.
Top with the remaining soup.
Bake for 350 on convection oven setting for 25 minutes.
Feel free to add lettuce, salsa, hot sauce, etc. I sure did.
These are awesome and so easy to put together.
I didn’t add any cheese (I was trying to keep them low calorie), but I’m sure they’d be good with some in there.
This soup from my Trader Joe’s favorites is the best.
And now for the show.
In lieu of gift giving on STUFT Daddy’s side of the family (he’s one of 10 kids) we have an annual family talent show instead. This year was an exciting one because they boys got to debut an act.
Although I’ve been told my true talent is eating a huge plate of desserts (I’m still not sure if I should be proud of that or not) we decided to go with a workout routine instead.
We only had one afternoon to practice. I think we could’ve done a better job if we had more practice time.
We also had special outfits, but I decided against them at the last minute. Next year.
The boys did much better in practice. Joaquin got a little stage fright.
Andrew’s videographer comments are pretty funny.
We love to workout to this particular song.
Please don’t look at my hair.
I’ll pick a winner for the signed Bob workout DVD later today. Go here to enter if you haven’t yet.
Have a wonderful day!