Friday, April 8, 2011

Cranberry Chicken

I discovered this wonderful recipe on line a while back and finally got around to making it this week. It's called Cranberry Chicken and it is awesome! The hubby and kid both liked it and neither of them are huge chicken fans. The best part: there's only three ingredients (not including the chicken) and prep time is quick and simple!

Cranberry Chicken

4 to 6 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 can whole berry cranberry sauce
1 8 oz. bottle of French salad dressing
1 envelope dry onion soup mix

Place chicken in a casserole dish in a single layer. In a seperate bowl, combine cranberry sauce, salad dressing and soup mix. Mix well. Pour over chicken. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes to an hour.

This is so good! No one in my family really cares much for cranberry sauce or French salad dressing so we were a bit skeptical about this recipe. But I had to try it, just for the simplicity of it if for nothing else! IT. IS. DELICIOUS!!!! Hubby says this has be at least a once a month dinner from now on. I served it with garlic mashed potatoes and a simple garden salad. Yummy!

I'm linking up here this week:

Mommy’s Kitchen

Until next time. . .


  1. Ya know Donna I have seen that recipe around quite a lot and I have never tried it. I really need to try and add it to my dinner menu. Not sure If I emailed you or not to tell you I recieved Mr. Rooster. He looks so great in my new kitchen. If I did not email you I aploligize as time has gotten the best of me. I am slowly getting back into my groove and it is finally feeling a bit like home.

  2. Oh Donna, the recipe sounds and looks yummy! I'm always on the lookout for something different to make for dinners. I'll have to give this one a try. Can't wait to see your kitchen make-over and your twine balls looks great.

    Enjoy your weekend,

  3. That sounds really good Donna, thanks for sharing the recipe:D Hope you have a wonderful weekend;)

  4. Thanks for your comment on my blog...good luck with the kitchen. We did ours a little at a time - started with the granite, new cook top and new sink. Look in your local area to see if you can find someone who will give you a good deal on the granite...that's what we did and we paid $4,000 cash and it is solid. We did the demo ourselves. Slowly, we replaced the appliances (as they "died")...take it slow and just do what you can afford, that way you get exactly what you want!