Hidden Treasure Chicken Rolls look fancy but aren't really hard to make. Whirl up our Mixed Herb Pesto on Prep Day then spread it and a few other ingredients on flattened chicken breasts, roll, cook, and serve! Tuscan Navy Bean Soup with Bacon & Chicken uses beans you cooked on Prep Day, broth and chicken you've frozen for such a day as this, then pulls them all together with a few more delicious flavors to make a warming, homey soup for dinner. The next morning toss all the ingredients for Pepper Beef Tacos in the crock pot and forget about it until just before dinner when you make the yummy Cabbage Slaw and warm the tortillas for non-SCDers. After enjoying your tacos, if you'd like, you can put together tomorrow's Pan-Roasted Chicken & Vegetables and chill it until time to turn on the oven the next night. The flavors will only get better if you do. Either way, after about 45 minutes of roasting, you'll end up with a delicious one-pan meal that everyone will love. Bacon, Lettuce, & Tomato is a classic paring and you're going to appreciate it as a BLT Salad with Avocado added, plus a great dressing that pulls it all together. Use our fool-proof Avocado Oil Mayonnaise as the base for the dressing. Another great paring is the Caprese flavors of basil, tomatoes and a creamy white cheese. Caprese Skillet Eggs are gently cooked in a tomato-y sauce for delicious flavor, then topped with cheese. And what about this cake? It's too cute! Follow our easy instructions for Peanut Butter Cake and the orange colored icing. Use your imagination for the carrot and raisin decorations! Have some fun. Why not?
Tuscan Bean Soup with Bacon & Chicken
Hidden Treasure Chicken Rolls
Peanut Butter Cake with Cute Decorations
Crock Pot Pepper Beef Tacos with Cabbage Slaw
Avocado Oil Mayonnaise
"I made the Hidden Treasure Rolls. I ended up baking them all in a baking dish at 350 for 45 minutes to an hour. They tasted great, and everyone loved them!"