Saturday, May 15, 2010

Cracker Chicken

I finally cooked one of my husband's absolutely favorite meals again the other day. And half way through making it realized I wanted to blog the recipe so I captured a few pictures! The recipe is for Cracker Chicken and is family-friendly! (No really, it is!) Here is how simple it is:


4 breasts of cooked chicken, diced
Can of Cream of Chicken
1/2 Tub of Sour Cream (about a cup, or cup and a half)
1 package of Ritz Crackers
1 stick of butter

Combine cooked diced chicken in bowl with sour cream and cream of chicken. Pour into 8x8 (or 9 x 13 if you double the recipe - serves 4 to 5).

Melt stick of butter completely. Place Ritz crackers in gallon size Ziploc bag and seal. Beat the crackers in the bag until they are completely crushed into crumbs. Pour crumbs into melted butter and mix.
Then sprinkle the butter/cracker mixture over top of chicken.

Use all of it, coating well. Then pop in 35o degree oven for 1 hour.

It will be nice and bubbly when done! ENJOY!!


Kevin said...

I read a bunch of articles on your blog. Thanks for what you are doing and the example that you are setting with your kids.

My name is Kevin Weatherby and I am the pastor at Pecos County Cowboy Church in Fort Stockton, Texas. I saw that your husband is a cowboy preacher and I just wanted to tell you thank you for the things that you have deal with because of his occupation.

The only thing tougher than being a cowboy preacher is being a cowboy preacher's wife.

So, thank you to you and all the other cowboy preacher's wives out there.

I'm going to send my wife a link to your blog so she can check it out. Please drop in and say hello at my blog:

Maybe we'll see you around one day.