Slow Cooker Chili Verde in the WonderBag

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This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group™ and WonderBag, but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #WonderBag http://cmp.ly/3/8vNxcO Use the WonderBag to make slow cooker chili verde!  This no heat slow cooker is perfect for hot summers, pot lucks or every day cooking. I am a huge fan of cooking without heat.  I talk about it pretty much all summer long because when it's over 110 degrees outside, the last thing you want to do is heat up your kitchen and house.   Honestly, I can feel the heat even my electric  slow cooker gives off during the summer it's so hot outside.   I'm really excited about using the WonderBag next summer and keeping my house cooler, but since it's fall, I decided I'd try making our favorite chili in the WonderBag. The WonderBag is a heat retention cooking bag that doesn't require any electricity to cook food and shortens active cooking time, which means more time to spend with your family. Did you ... [read more]

Amish Baked Chicken

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Amish Baked Chicken

You will not believe how easy baked chicken recipe is! A simple mixture of flour and spices is used to coat chicken pieces. The chicken is then baked and tastes like you spent hours frying it. Chicken is one of our favorite dishes to eat.  We cook whole chickens on the grill and one of our favorite summer meals is Chinese chicken salad. But when the cool weather hits,  this easy and delicious baked chicken recipe is my go to recipe! I'm not really sure what is "Amish" about this recipe, but  it makes some mighty fine chicken. This baked chicken tastes just like fried chicken but without all the work.  The recipe calls for 3 pounds of chicken pieces.  I generally use bone in-thighs to make this baked chicken recipe. But a friend of mine just made the recipe using boneless skinless chicken breasts and coconut flour because they are gluten free.  She said it was amazing!  I was a bit worried when I first made this because 3 pound sounded like too much, but we didn't have any ... [read more]