Thursday, October 27, 2011

Quick and Easy Fall Dinner~

With our crazy schedule lately, I am always looking for something quick and easy to make for dinner.  I saw this recipe in a magazine awhile back, and knew we had to give it a try.  Easy to find ingredients, quick to make, and oh so delicious!  What's not to like?

Chicken Parmesan Pizza

Loaf of French Bread
Pizza Sauce
Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
Pre-cooked Chicken Tenders (around 6 or so), we purchase them at our local Publix deli
Italian Seasoning

Cut french bread loaf in half.  Spread pizza sauce on both halves.  Cut up pre-cooked chicken tenders into bit size pieces.  Place on top of pizza sauce.  Cover with shredded mozzarella.  Sprinkle with Italian Seasoning.  Bake at 350 until crisp and the cheese is bubbling and a bit brown.  Slice and serve with a garden salad.

Couldn't be any easier!

Thanks to everyone for their well wishes for our younger daughter's MRI.  At her follow-up appointment her doctor said there were no changes from last spring, and unless she experienced new problems, she was cleared and wouldn't need to have them done anymore!!  She is so relieved.  She will continue to see her regular neurologist for her migraines, which are coming less and less this year, thank goodness.

We are hoping for another good report this afternoon, as she goes for another MRI for her foot/ankle injury!  Yes, my daughter likes to keep our doctors busy.  They believe she has a mid-foot sprain, but want to rule out a tendon tear.  Fingers crossed.  Or, should I say toes!

Hope everyone is having a great week.  Can't believe it's Thursday already!!


Chic Coastal Living said...

Oh man I'm sooo hungry now!! This looks delicious!

Tara {The Silver Lining} said...

Great idea for a simple meal! I'm sure my husband would love that. :)

Also, I'm glad to hear the good news on your daughter. I hope she continues to get better with her migraines too. They are not fun at all. Good luck with her foot/ankle!!

(Eileen) a creative day said...

Looks so delicious, thanks for sharing! So glad your youngest is cleared, such good news!

Just found your blog, so glad I did, its lovely!


rebecca said...

this looks super yummy!

simply brookes: said...

yum. have all those ingredients. might have to try it tonight!

Erin said...

Hi Lauren!

Thanks for all of your sweet comments on my blog! You are always so kind to stop by and say hello. This recipe looks delicious and easy! I'm totally going to try it - thanks for sharing! I also love your fall mantel. Your girls are BEAUTIFUL. I saw that picture of them and had a flash forward to when my girls will be that age. It goes by too fast!

Hope you and your darling family have a great weekend!

Beth Dunn said...

Looks divine!

Amish Stories said...

I'm just stopping by new blogs today and thought id say hello. We should be receiving some snow today in the Lancaster Pennsylvania area which will be the first time since 1972 that it has snowed this early in fall. Richard from the Amish community of Lebanon Pennsylvania.

natasha {schue love} said...

OOO these look so delicious! Love a simple recipe!

emily said...

These look super easy and tasty! Thanks for sharing.

Michaela said...

Wow these look yummy! This is something I could definitely give a try!