The easiest dinner in the world

I love to cook, but sometimes after a hard day at the office, I’m just too tired to chop, peel or sautee anything. All I want to do is come home, kick back and snuggle with my daughter, yet magically still put a delicious, home cooked dinner on the table.

I created this recipe a couple of years ago and it has been a hit, not only at my house, but with many of my friends as well. With just three ingredients, you can throw it together in a matter of seconds, pop it in the oven, pour yourself a glass of wine and relax.

RECIPE: The Easiest Chicken Dish Ever


  • One pound frozen chicken breasts
  • One package frozen TGIFridays spinach and artichoke dip
  • One cup of mozzarella cheese

Directions: Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Layer the frozen chicken breasts in a glass casserole or baking dish. Pop the frozen dip out of its container and set it on top of the chicken breasts. Cover and place dish in the oven for approximately 40 minutes or until juices run clear. The dip will melt over your chicken breasts as they cook, making them ridiculously tender and adding just enough salt. About five minutes before it’s done cooking, stir the mixture and sprinkle mozzarella cheese on top; cook uncovered until cheese is melted. Serve with rice, pasta or a steamed veggie.

This dish is so scrumptious and juicy, your family will think you slaved away chopping, peeling and sauteeing after work — but only you know the truth! 😉

Do you have any tried and true recipes that can be assembled in seconds and left to cook with little to no work on your end? Leave your recipes in the comments section below!

Get domestic!


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