Things That Make Me Say Yeay

Friday, September 28, 2012

Low carb pumpkin bread fail turned awesome pumpkin pie bread like pudding that we topped with coconut ice cream.

Ronin's little feet that I want to eat, down by the street listening to a beat beat beat.  Okay I have had too much coffee and can not think clearly.  But seriously baby feet are the best. 

Confession: when the polka dot trend first started I thought it was the stupidest thing ever.  My thoughts were..."why would I want to look like a giant clown with a bunch of polka dots everywhere?"  Well, now I love it and can't get enough.  Found these cool little socks at good ole Target. 


Two new nail colors that I will be wearing this fall.  OPI- Don't Talk Bach To Me (cool name) and OPI- French Quarter For Your Thoughts. 

The BEST crock pot chicken that I had ever had.  If you like your chicken moist, juicy and literally falling off the bones, make this.  My hair gal actually told me about this recipe and I just want to kiss her for sharing with me.  All you do is take a whole small chicken (got mine at Trader Joe's) place it in the crock pot with 2 minced garlic cloves and whatever spices you like.  I added fresh rosemary, salt and pepper and Braggs seasoning mix.  I added a little coconut oil to the top and slow roasted it all day.  AMAZING and my husband thinks I am a little bit cooler now for making this.

Have a great weekend!

A few things:
  • I recently did a fun little interview on my friend Andrea's blog. You can read it here
  • I have my very first blogger blate (blogger date) this weekend and I am so excited!  If she really turns out who she says she is and is not a creepy middle aged older man then I will post pictures on Instagram (@delightedmomma) this weekend.  See you soon Alexa! xo

23 comments:

Kyla said...

I actually adore the polka dot trend...it's gotten pretty ridiculous actually. I own too many dots! And that chicken looks delicious. I've been needing more crock pot recipes!

Briana said...

I will definitely be making that chicken! I made a coffee braised brisket last weekend for my FIRST crock pot meal and now it's the only way I want to cook!

And I had a ''blate" a year or so ago with one of my readers and now she is a close friend!! Hopefully yours turns out the same. : )

Allison said...

I love polka dots! And that chicken looks delicious.

Amie McCracken said...

Love those nail polish colors!

Meg {henninglove} said...

are you meeting alexa of the short and sweet of it?? if so don't be worry she is a dool, you two will have a blast and enjoy your blate! everytime i come down to temecula which is about an hour away i always think of asking you out on a blate but then i wonder what your husband would think ;-)

Alexa said...

Eeek so excited for tomorrow! And I'm pretty sure I'm not a creepy middle aged man, but then again sometimes I wish I drove a sports car! Ha.

Mindy said...

Yeah, I'm all over the chicken too.
Sweet, sweet baby feet.

Inga said...

I really know that feeling of wanting to eat baby toes. Cutest ever!

jessica {creative index} said...

thanks for that crockpot idea! making that next week for sure! looks yummy!

and i'm loving those polish shades too!

have a great weekend! can't wait to hear out your blate!

Kat said...

I've made chicken like that, but love the coconut oil idea. Yum!

And Alexa is fabulous (and I can vouch that she's not a creepy old man...) Have fun!

amy {amy is thankful} said...

will you post the recipe for the pumpkin bread? even as a fail, it looks pretty yummy.

Sarah said...

Love your socks dear! Oh, and those cute little baby toes too =)

- Sarah
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Chunny said...

Aww. This is a nice post. Cute baby feet. =)


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sherri lynn said...

baby feet are the best! and those are perfect nail colors for fall - I love switching everything up with the change of seasons!

Heather said...

Ohhhh that chicken sounds tasty! I'm going to have to try it! Yes-- baby feet are the best!! :)

maria said...

You NEED to post that recipe for the pumpkin fail haha. And baby feet always make me say yay too. ESPECIALLY when they're chubby! :)

My-cliffnotes said...

I love the socks.

Think I could make the recipe with chicken without the bone?

Briana said...

Hey... I am going to make that chicken tomorrow... but how long did you put it in the crock pot for?

Thanks!

Lindsay @ Delighted Momma said...

Briana- I slow cooked it for about 8 hours :) Let me know how you like it!

Helene said...

love the polishes, esp the names as well. And the pumpkin thingamabob looks divine.

Anonymous said...

Love the chicken but nothing is easier then de-boned stuffed chicken from Hebert's in Maurice, LA

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Ivor Watkins said...

Hi from other side of pond. The chicken looks great but do the garlic and seasoning go both inside and outside of the chicken and was it an 8hr cook on low setting? Apologies for daft question but I'm a middle aged man but not the bald creepy sort ;)

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