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One pan, one mess! What's not to like about that? I made this super simple recipe the other night, with just a few modifications. The original recipe is from the Campbell's website, you can find it here.

It really is a simple recipe, made even simpler by using bagged chicken breasts and boxed stuffing! 🙂 The only real prep that you need to do is thaw out your 4-6 chicken breasts ahead of time. Next time I will probably use some of our home grown broiler chicken pieces, but for simplicity this night I went with the boneless, skinless breasts.

To begin, preheat your oven to 400*, make the stuffing following directions on the stuffing box. I used a double box of stuffing so that we would have enough to have some leftovers.

While the water is bowling for your stuffing or after the stuffing is prepared, mix one can of cream of chicken soup with 1/3 cup of milk and add a tablespoon of chopped parsley.

Next, layer the stuffing down the center of a 9X13 baking dish. Arrange the chicken breasts around the stuffing and sprinkle the chicken with garlic salt and pepper (to your liking.)

Next, pour the liquid measure over all of the chicken breasts and sprinkle a little more chopped parsley on top for decoration.

Bake at 400* for around 30 minutes or until the chicken is cooked through, serve on your favorite "real" plate or on your friend, Dixie!

Not only is this a quick and simple meal, that doesn't include a big mess, it is delicious and was a hit with everyone at our house!

Let us know if you tried the recipe! We would also love to hear about some of your families favorites. Comment below to give us some more quick meal ideas.

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Seriously. If you have Netflix and haven't heard of Marie Kondo I am shocked! I had read her book a few years back and attempted to put her practices into my life, but it only lasted about one load of laundry.

Over winter break and many times of feeling guilty telling my girls to clean their rooms, when I knew mine was not clean,  I was scrolling through Netflix and stumbled upon her new show, Tidying Up.  I had just purchased a new to me bedroom set and felt like this was the perfect time to go for it!  

I literally took every piece of clothing out of my closet and drawers and piled it in the living room (I can't believe I didn't take a picutre, I will be honest it was a little embarassing.) Once I piled everything in the living room I grabbed boxes and bags, boxes for our local consignment shop and to give to a clothing drive at church and bags for clothes that needed to be turned to rags.

After almost 2 days of going through EVERYTHING in our bedroom we moved the new bedroom set in and loaded up SEVERAL bags and boxes for donation.  I will be honest, I didn't really "talk" to each piece of clothing, but I did "let go" of some things I was keeping just out of good times or memories that I thought of when looking at the item. 

I vowed to make our bed each morning, fold our t-shirts in tiny little rectangles, and be a good role model for our girls.  Yes, mom, you read that I vowed to make my bed each morning (I was taught how to make my bed, honestly just never did it.) Now, as I sit here on day 18 of operation restful bedroom that doesn't cause anxiety, I am so happy that I was reintroduced to Marie!

Have you watched Marie's new show or read her book?  What are your thoughts on her methods?

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