Creamy Chicken and Noodles {Giveaway} $150 Gift Card to Williams Sonoma

No, this is not soup.  Creamy chicken and noodles is just that, chicken breasts and egg noodles cooked in a creamy sauce.  It’s simple, it’s filling, and it tastes good. 

I had all the ingredients to make this Creamy Chicken Florentine but when I went to search for the red peppers, they were nowhere to be found.  I was recently gone for 3 days to a Joyce Meyer conference and apparently my man used them with some fajitas he made for the boys.  So when ingredients get “lost”, you have to just make do because town is 60 miles round trip. It worked out fine. My boys loved the flavor which I totally took credit for even though it wasn’t actually me that created that tasty flavor.  I recently discovered Philadelphia Cooking Creme.  What a great way to make over some of your dinner solutions!  There are several different flavors; Italian Cheese & Herb, Savory Garlic, and Tomato & Basil,  I would have loved to have these cooking cremes in my early years of marriage when I didn’t know how to cook very well.  Using one of these would have made it, at the very least, look like I know how to create flavor.

I cooked this all in one pan.  Easy cleanup y’all, that’s what I’m all about these days.  Next time I’ll throw in some broccoli and red peppers but today, this is what you get:

Recipe: Creamy Chicken and Noodles

Ingredients

  • 4-6 Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breasts (I use the frozen ones in the bag)
  • 10 oz bag of Egg Noodles
  • 1 15oz container of Philadelphia Cooking Creme, Italian Cheese & Herb
  • water

Instructions

  1. Saute your chicken until done.
  2. Add egg noodles, cooking creme, and just enough water to cover noodles
  3. Cover and simmer until noodles are done.

If you’re wanting to change out some of your same old dinner recipes with new, fresh ones, consider signing up for the Recipe of the Month and learn new ways to use the Philadelphia Cooking Cremes.  I find that if for nothing else, it teaches me new ways to show off meals at get-togethers.  We have a lot of women of the older generation around here that can cook now but I ain’t skeered!  I use things like this to make my food flavorful and don’t even have to share the secret ingredient, unless I want to of course.

 GIVEAWAY

I always love to give you guys something and today I have a $150 Gift Card to Williams & Sonoma, one of my all time favorite places to shop for dinnerware, kitchen gadgets, pans, oh my!!!

HOW TO ENTER (only one entry method!)

Check out some of the recipes that are made with the Philadelphia Cooking Creme. Come back here to leave a comment telling me which one you’d change out your old dinner with!  I challenge you guys to try it out and if you do, I’d love for you to email me a photo so that I can share here on my blog!

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That’s it!!!  If you have your own recipe idea using these cooking cremes, please do share!  And while you don’t get any extra entries, I’d still love it if you guys shared this giveaway with others.

You can find Philadelphia Cream Cheese at these webspots!

And you can find me and My Wooden Spoon at these webspot!

Giveaway ends on March 7th around 10pm CST.  Good luck y’all!

Disclosure: Compensation and coupons were provided for my time & efforts to create this post. Prize was also provided (sponsored).  All opinions are my own, always have been, always will be because that’s how I roll.  Who doesn’t love Kraft and Philadelphia products..come on now. 

 

 

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Comments

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    Sand says

    I would love to try the Savory Garlic Scalloped Potatoes.

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    Lisa Garner says

    I would love to try the recipe for Sausage & Peppers Rotini.
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

  3. 153


    Liza says

    Cajun Alfredo Skillet

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    Wilma says

    I am going to trade out the Tomato Basil Ravioli! YUMMY!

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