Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Buttermilk Cinnamon Rolls with Vanilla Cream Frosting

There are few things this time of year more satisfying and delicious to make than a homemade, gooey, sweet cinnamon roll. If you have followed my blog for awhile you know I have several great recipes for these delectable rolls. Today however, I wanted to share another favorite recipe, that I don't think can be improved upon. The buttery, flakey, soft dough is the perfect texture to help soak up all of the caramel, brown sugar filling. Top the warm rolls with this buttermilk cream frosting and you have a combination that's a match made in heaven. I love the slight tartness from the buttermilk that helps the rolls taste a little brighter and less heavy. These rolls pretty much melt in your mouth and make you feel warm and nostalgic from head to toe!
For a slight variation, add a little maple flavoring  or real maple syrup to the frosting. The slight maple flavoring gives these rolls a really fun, new flair you will also love ;)

Friday, October 21, 2016

Cancun Update and nine favorite Authentic Mexican Recipes from our trip

Oh, it's been good to be home and back in the swing of things. Todd and I went on a dreamy, romantic getaway last week to Cancun Mexico. We went with my sisters and their hubbys to an all-inclusive resort and had the best time of our lives. We had been to Cancun several times but for many of them it was their first time. It was so fun to share all that we love about Mexico with them. I am working on sharing with you some tips and tricks we have found to make a week long, romantic getaway to Cancun a reality for you too! There are lots of ways to make this trip affordable, so watch for that post coming next week.

For now, I wanted to share with you some of the amazing food we had in Cancun. At this all-inclusive resort we pretty much ate 24/7. The food was incredible and we came back with several dishes that are our favorite that I have blogged about in years past. I thought I would compile them and share them with you.  Unlike traditional American-mexican food, they don't eat a lot of burritos, enchiladas or smothered/platter food. Traditional Mexican food is a lot of more about a flavorful meat, spanish rice, authentic black beans and fresh salsas--all wrapped up in a homemade corn tortilla. In the week we were there I don't think we had one flour tortilla. That must be an American thing? Not sure. Either way, their food was heavenly and some of our favorite meals are below. The hotel we stayed at had an open, all you can eat taco bar and we pretty much ate ourselves sick each night eating Pork Pastor Tacos, Shredded Pork Tacos and Steak Tacos. Oh man! They were AMAZING! Give our recipes a try. They might not be quite as authentic, but they will fit the bill!

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Margarita Pita Pizzas

This past weekend my kids and I spent the day up in our garden winter-izing things. Our garden wasn't stellar this year, but I was thrilled to find enough cherry tomatoes and fresh basil to make one of my favorite quick & easy recipes. These Margarita Pizzas are something my sister makes for us often, so I was excited to give them a try myself. All you need is some flat pita bread, good olive oil, fresh tomatoes, fresh basil and fresh mozzarella cheese. Those five ingredients create a crispy, fresh, flavorful meal everyone's going to enjoy. It's healthy, it's quick, it's easy and it uses up the fresh ingredients from your garden. If you need a simple menu idea, give these Margarita Pizzas a try!

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Easy Peanut Butter Swirl Brownies

Fall is one of the best times of year to stock up on many of the baking items your family uses on a regular basis. Items like cake mixes, brownies mixes, powdered sugar, brown sugar, flour, evaporated milk and many other products are on sale this week. It's a great time to stock up your food storage and save money throughout the rest of the year. Login to Deals to Meals to see the best baking deals in your area.

Now, for this simple and delicious recipe. It's a great week to make this decadent dessert because boxed brownies, eggs, peanut butter, powdered sugar and chocolate chips are all on sale. Yes, that's every item of this recipe ALL on sale this week! Not to mention, these swirl brownies are gooey, moist and filled with absolute peanut butter chocolate goodness. Give them a try, you're going to love them ;)

*Also, for those who have enjoyed the Mom Conference offered from our friends Desi & Saren, they have a special that ends TONIGHT on their Conference packages. If you're interested in having access to their entire conference, today is the time to buy. I have loved being able to watch the presentations anytime I want and love the solid, helpful advice. I need all the help I can get being a Mom and these presentations are a valuable tool. Check it out if you're interested ;) Not to mention you get 20 bonus promotions, like TWO months free to Deals to Meals. Yippee!

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

The Mom Conference Encore Day! One more day of this amazing free conference for women

Last week's Mom Conference was amazing! I wasn't able to watch all of the webinars since I was in Mexico, but the ones I was able to I loved. I always learn so much every time I watch their presentations. In case some of you missed this free conference, they are having an ENCORE day today! You can watch five of their most popular presenters from this past week. I am so glad they are doing this since I missed a few. If you haven't had a chance to participate in the Mom Conference this is a great time to do it! Just register here and they will send you an email with the links ;)

If you've previously registered, you'll get an email with a special link to get you into Encore Day. Today is the LAST day you'll be able to participate in this powerful conference for FREE, so don't miss this opportunity!

P.S. If you can't make it to Encore Day or if you've attended parts of the conference and it's left you wanting more, you can get a steal of a deal on a Mom Conference Recording Package that will give you LIFETIME access to the 20 presentations along with a whole lot of other great material to help you be the mom you really want to be. Check it out here. I just ordered mine, and can't wait to watch all 20! The best part about it is that if you buy one of their packages, you get a TWO MONTH membership FREE for Deals to Meals, along with many more freebies. The package is worth over $300 and is on sale for only $97 today and tomorrow! For lifetime access, and all the bonus material, it's a bargain!

Friday, October 14, 2016

Flashback Friday: Gooey Homemade Orange Rolls

We're heading home from Mexico so I don't have a lot of time to blog but I wanted to share a flashback recipe for our favorite Homemade Orange Rolls. We made these a couple weekends ago and they were amazing! This is the time of year I get so excited about making sweet rolls and orange rolls are my fave! Hope you love them ;) Cancun recap and some tips to save you on traveling coming next week!

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Meal under $10: Orange Marmalade Chicken Stir fry

Whenever I have lots of leftover vegetables in my fridge from my weeks meal plan, we often end up making a stir fry on the weekend to help use them up. The great thing about a good stirfry is anything tastes great in the right sauce. Sunday I decided to have an orange flair stirfry and it was so good I wanted to share it with you. The sauce was super simple because it uses bottled orange marmalade jam. Add a few flavorings, saute the veggies and chicken and away you go! A simple, healthy recipe your family will love--and your budget will love it too ;)

*This recipe, along with many other favorites are in our meal planner this week. Head over to our website and login to see this weeks meal plan, grocery list and all of the best deals in your area.

Friday, October 7, 2016

Flashback Friday: 3 Fall Dips {Spiced Pumpkin, Cream Cheese Yogurt and Creamy Caramel Dip}

Creamy Caramel Apple Dip

For our Flashback Friday this week I wanted to share some simple and fun fruit dip recipes that goes perfectly with this time of year. Apples and other fruits are always on sale this time of year for their lowest prices. It's a great time to serve these fruit dips with all of the fruit in season, and have a delicious snack, dessert or after school snack for your family. Take your pick from our Spiced Pumpkin Fruit Dip, Cream Cheese Yogurt Fruit Dip or Creamy Caramel Apple Dip.  Hope you love!

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Brownies

In case you don't have enough pumpkin recipes, here's one more for you. So, what's different about this recipe you ask? Well, it's pretty much a mixture between a brownie, cake, and pumpkin bread. It's a really dense, moist, amazing pumpkin cake/brownie that will never disappoint. This is my friends recipe and after she made it for us I had to make it the very next day. It was so good! Plus, it makes a large cookie sheet full so it's a great dessert to take to parties that you don't have to frost or fuss with. Hope you love ;)

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Pumpkin Rice Krispie Treats with Chocolate Toffee

Nothing fancy about this recipe other than it's a traditional rice Krispie treat kicked up several notches! These gooey bars are filled with sweet cinnamon pumpkin flavor and topped with some chocolate toffee. Um...how do you say yum!? These are a simple and quick dessert to make this time of year extra special. Enjoy friends!

*Not to mention the butter, marshmallows, cereal and toffee bits are ALL on sale this week in Utah (and many other states). Visit our website to find all of the best grocery deals in your area.

Monday, October 3, 2016

FREE Mom Conference coming NEXT week! Calling all women--you won't want to miss this!

One of the exciting aspects of our new blog (coming soon) is that I will be partnering with some of the most influential women in the blog world. There are SO many talented and amazing women who share there talents online and I can't wait to introduce you to some of my favorites in the next few months. Seriously, these women are amazing! I can hardly wait ;)

Even though our new blog is not quite done, I wanted to introduce you to two of the most talented women I know: Desi and Saren, the founders of The Mom Conference. Have you heard of this conference before? If not, you are in for a treat! Here at Deals to Meals I love to share some of my favorite things with you--my favorite people. This conference is definitely a favorite part of my year. After last year's conference was over, I could hardly wait for it to come back. The best part about this conference is it's totally FREE! You can't beat that, right?! This three day online conference is going to blow your mind with the best tools and information you need to become the best mom you can be. And how wonderful can watch this conference in the comfort of your own home. Heck, you can watch while you fold laundry, make dinner, or sit and pamper yourself with some chocolate (my favorite method). You will soak in all of the valuable information and be so grateful I introduced you to this conference. Your welcome ;)

I have watched this online conference for several years now and every year it gets better and better. The presenters are going to be amazing (check info below).  They each have so much wisdom and insight to share with all of us. Check out some of the points they will be covering below.  What are you waiting for? Register so you can watch the conference for FREE and see for yourself why this will soon be one of your Favorite Things too! Hurry though, it begins NEXT week!

Hey, and how cool is this? Deals to Meals is a sponsor this year of the Mom Conference (wahoo!). We will be giving away TWO month free memberships for Mom Conference Packages (info coming soon) as well as our most popular ebook for free as well. Super fun, huh? Wait for more of those details coming soon. As for now, just head over and register for the free conference ;)

Here's some more info about the conference if you're interested:

Fall Favorite Recipes: Pumpkin Rosemary Rolls with Garlic Butter Spread

For those that follow our Instagram feed, you might have noticed the post I made about a few new fall recipes I was excited to share with you this week. We had our annual Holiday Kick Off Party over the weekend and we had lots of yummy fall food, homemade chili, games, a movie and lots of fun being together as family and friends. Every year I like to experiment and try a few new fall recipes, seeing if there's any recipes out there I haven't tried yet. You know, you can really only do so much with pumpkin, right? Well, I'm excited to say I found three NEW pumpkin recipes you are going to love.
The first recipe I want to share with you is for these Rosemary Pumpkin Rolls with Garlic Butter Spread. Who would have thought to put pumpkin in a savory roll? Why didn't I think of this sooner? The pumpkin makes these rolls super soft, moist and give them a slight, sweet texture that makes them so much more interesting than a regular, white roll. I also love that the pumpkin gives some vitamins and nutrients to an other-wise unhealthy roll. The next time I make these rolls I am going to experiment by adding even more than the cup of pumpkin. Besides the great texture, the rosemary and garlic adds a flair that goes perfectly with the pumpkin. These rolls and butter spread would go beautifully with any of your favorite fall soups or chilis. Hope you love them ;)

*Canned pumpkin, flour, sugar and butter are all on sale this week here in Utah (and many other states) for a great deal. Login to our website to find the best deals in your area.

Friday, September 30, 2016

Flashback Friday: Best Homemade Chili {Freezer Meal Option}

Recipe: Soup, Recipe: Main Dish, Recipe: Food Storage, Deals to Meals, best chili ever
Chili is what we're talking about over at our house this weekend. One of my favorite parts about fall are all of the delicious soup recipes. It's not officially fall until I make my HUGE batch of homemade chili. There really isn't anything better in my book. A cool fall night, family and friends over to celebrate the beginning of fall, homemade chili with all of the toppings, Halloween decorations galore (thanks to my hubby), a Halloween movie for the kids and more pumpkin treats than you know what to do with.
We have been throwing our 'holiday kick off party' for over 15 years now, and it's become a favorite time of year for us. This night wouldn't be the same without this chili recipe and I can't wait to share it with you as our 'Flashback Friday' favorite recipe. If you aren't feeding a huge crowd, just half this chili recipe and that should be perfect for a family of 4-6 people--or, you can freeze the extras for a later meal ;) Enjoy!

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Great Cereal and Milk Deal: as low as $1 a box!

Hey friends! If you are in need of some cereal in your food storage, this is the time to get it! Smith and some Kroger stores are having a special where you buy 4 boxes of Kellogg's cereals and get a gallon of milk free! This makes each item under $1.50 each. And then...you can print cereal coupons for .50-$1 off a box, which makes the boxes of cereal only $0.50-$1.00. How great is that? You know me, I'm not a clipping coupon fan, but when it comes to cereal it's worth the extra five seconds. These printable coupons are easy to print and take to the store. Happy shopping ;)

Kellogg's $0.50-$1.00 off online printable coupons and more coupons at Coupons.com!

*Yes, if you buy several you're going to have lots of milk on hand. Give it to a neighbor, or freeze for later. Milk freezes great ;)

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Meal Under $10: Crusted Cinnamon French Toast

What a fun weekend we had with our bake sale. This week I kind of feel like 'what next?' after such a productive and fun week. I do have to admit though that I am ready for some easy meals this week and a little less time in the kitchen after all of our baking. The other night when I was too tired to cook, I decided to make some french toast for dinner. I wanted to make them a little extra special and I happened to have some Honey Bunches of Oats my kids weren't eating. I decided to add a cereal crust to our french toast and the outcome was so fun I wanted to share them with you. This recipe is basic, but takes your traditional french toast method, into something special. Serve these crunchy, sweet french toast with some fresh fruit, orange juice, and bacon (yes, all are on sale this week) and you have a meal MUCH less than $10 for a family of 7. Not to mention a 30 minute meal too, which is a win-win. Hope you enjoy!

*Check out this recipe, along with all of our other favorite recipes on our website and this weeks meal planner. Also, get access to all of the best grocery deals in your area to help you save TIME and MONEY!

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Hershey's Chocolate Chips 63% off! Baking Sales Galore {And biggest grocery pile ever}

Yes, it's me. The embarrassing lady at our local Maceys grocery store last night with the biggest, tallest, crazy grocery cart you've ever seen. I started out stocking up on food storage items and then realized they had SO many great deals I just couldn't help myself. I kept thinking...okay, now I'm done. And then I'd run into another great deal and have to figure out how to get my pile taller and wider. I had people stopping to stare at me, laughing and giving me really funny looks as I was heaving this cart around the store. My sisters were with me (who had equally large carts) which made it all the more funny! I love being that crazy lady at the grocery store. It means I am getting the best deals, saving lots of money and feeding my family great food--all while stocking up for a rainy day.

Now, sadly, the case lot sales are over, BUT here in Utah (and around the Western US) grocery stores are beginning their baking sales. These baking sales will continue through Thanksgiving, but take advantage while prices are low if you are out of any of these items: sugar, powdered sugar, brown sugar, marshmallows, pumpkin, evaporated milk, cake mixes, brownie mixes, cooking oil, corn syrup, and CHOCOLATE CHIPS! Who can have enough chocolate chips in their food storage? Not me! I obviously bake way too much, but the rate we go through bags of chocolate chips is scary. Thus...the reason I bought 54 bags bags of chocolate chips yesterday. I don't want to know how long this will last, but I can tell you, it's not long enough!

Let me tell you friends about this great deal on chocolate chips here in Utah. Your local Maceys grocery store has Hershey's Chocolate Chips (ALL flavors and kinds) up to 12 oz. for only $1.48. They are normally $3.98 each bag, so that is a savings of 63%! How great is that? That is less than Costco, much less than Walmart and anywhere else you can get them. It's a great time to stock up and save some money on an item your family uses all the time.

For all of the local baking deals (and other grocery deals) in your area, visit www.dealstomeals.com and check them out!

Friday, September 23, 2016

Charity Bake Sale Success 2016 and Perfect Rice Krispie Treats

I wanted to send out a HUGE thank you to everyone here in our local city who came to support our annual charity bake sale. This is something my good friend and I started 5 years ago as a way to get our kids involved in serving others. It has turned into one of our favorite events of the year and such a great opportunity to help families in our community who need a little help. This year was our best year ever and raised just over $2000 for a family who we love (the handsome young man below and his mother--love you Tongas!). We were so blessed to not have any rain until the minute we were taking down the last table. Our prayers were answered and we all had a great time. Thanks to all those who helped and gave so much. Can't wait until next year!
There are several favorite recipes from our bake sale I want to share with you (check the links below), but today I wanted to document (really for myself) the best rice krispie treat recipe. That seems really silly and simple, but I can't tell you how many times I throw in ingredients and they come out either too sticky or too dry. Who wants a dry, crispy treat? Not me! For my sake, I wanted to document this recipe so I don't have to guess the next time I make up a batch of these treats. The key is to double the butter and marshmallows to make for the perfect crispy treat that's gooey and delicious. Hope you enjoy!

Bake Sale Favorites: Cherry Chocolate Brownies, Butterscotch Bars, Strawberry Brownie Trifles, Pumpkin Bread, Best Mint Brownies, Cinnamon Rolls, Pesto Cheese Rolls, Salted Caramel Bars and MUCH more!

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Meal Under $10 for a Family of 7: Simply Cajun Chicken Pasta {on the lighter side}

I am excited to share a recipe with you today that is SUPER simple and one your whole family will love. I am a big fan of Cajun food and Cajun Chicken Pasta is one of my favorite dishes. This dish however can sometimes be filled with heavy cream, lots of cheese and be a little heavy for a weeknight meal. I decided to lighten up my original recipe and use items I already had in my food storage. With Macey's case lot sales continuing until Monday the 29th of September, this is a great week to make this dish for under $10. Nearly everything you need for this dish is on sale, so login to Deals to Meals to see it in our meal planner and have access to all of the best grocery deals in your area. Hope you enjoy!

Monday, September 19, 2016

Simple Carrot Cake Cupcakes {No oil added}

In honor of our bake sale coming up this Thursday (check my Facebook for the address if you want to come), I thought I'd share with you a simple and easy recipe for Carrot Cupcakes. Who doesn't love a good carrot cake? However, a made from scratch cake can be time consuming and hard to make. These simple cupcakes are made from a box mix and would make any event special ;)

Weekend Recap

Hope you had a great weekend! Sorry I've been a little m.i.a. lately. We've had a crazy last week. We finally got our house put back together after our remodel and have flooring again which is lovely. Our new bathroom is put together and we have a toilet and sink (hallelujiah!) and our dishwasher and fridge are set up again. Man, I am sure grateful I wasn't a pioneer. It's amazing how much you take for granted simple luxuries until you don't have them for a week. Our home is finally getting put back together and that is a relief (I'll show pictures soon). Also, we spent the past weekend having one more summer getaway with my family. All four of us sisters went with our families to Goblin Valley and had a blast. We hiked (yes, 8 miles with 18 kids--we were kind of crazy but had fun), ate, played flag football, explored, had a night game of steal the flag, watched a movie outdoors under the starts, ate way too much and had a great time visiting. We then rushed home to see my daughter off to Homecoming. She looked so grown up it made me want to cry. I'm so grateful for her though and her good, and darling group of friends. It gives me hope for the future with amazing youth like her and her friends.

Now, it's off to pick peaches off my tree that are desperately waiting to be canned, plan for my sons birthday party, our annual neighborhood bake sale and keep working on our new blog (I can't wait to show it to you!). Hope you are having a great week too and get a chance to sit back, relax and eat something yummy (yes, many bake sale favorite recipes coming this week).

Having used our outdoor projector, I couldn't help but give another shout out for this favorite product of ours.  Our portable, mini projector is seriously a favorite product that we use at least monthly (if not more often). They are so great to take on vacations and play out door movies, to use in a theater room, to bring and use in hotel rooms, etc. We use ours ALL the time and it makes for a great time no matter where we are. In Goblin Valley we had a riot watching a movie under the stars, eating snacks and being able to cuddle up on the ground for a good show. The kids think it's the best...and so do I. This would make for an awesome Christmas gift if you have someone hard to shop for ;)

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Saved over 50% on my groceries: Spent $134 and saved $143.79!

Check out some of the awesome deals I stocked up on this past week at Smiths. They had some great deals on cheese, peanut butter, rice, eggs, sugar, cream cheese and much more! When grocery shopping, remember to focus on the 'red/great' deals on our website to save you the most money. I only bought items that were red deals and saved over 50% off my total. Now my freezer is filled with cheese at the lowest possible price, my food storage is bulked up with sugar and peanut butter, and I bought everything at rock bottom prices. Now I won't have to buy these items again for several months which will save me BIG money! Visit our website and login to see how easy (and FUN) it is to save time and money ;)

Friday, September 9, 2016

HUGE Case Lot Grocery Deals this week!!

HUGE case lot deals this week at many grocery stores in the western portion of the United States! It is the last week of these amazing grocery deals, so make sure and stock up if they are going on in your area. Stores like Smiths, Harmons, Maceys, Reams and many other stores are having HUGE savings on items you should add to your food storage. Login to Deals to Meals to know which items are worth stock up on and will save you 30%-70% off their regular prices. This is the time to stock up to save money throughout the rest of the year!!

Flashback Friday: Grilled Peaches and Pineapple with Honey Lime Glaze

Before summer comes to an end (insert sobs!), I wanted to remind you of a really healthy, and simple dessert recipe I blogged about a couple years ago. When peaches are ripe, and on sale (yes, like this week--login to Deals to Meals to find out where), it is the perfect time to grill up some fresh fruit in your backyard. Drizzle your fruit with this honey lime glaze to amp up the flavors and make everything delicious. Serve this hot fruit with some vanilla ice cream and you have a dessert that's not only refreshing, but as delicious as it is pretty. Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Creamy Summer Garden Soup with Garlic Cheese Biscuits {Red Lobster Copycat Recipe}

Tonight I am going to bed feeling so grateful for so many things. Most importantly I am grateful for so many kind and caring people in my life. The community we live in is unlike anywhere I've ever experienced. I feel like our neighbors are constantly looking to see how they can help and lift their neighbors. I generally like to be on the giving end of service, but today I was so touched to be the recipient of so many kind acts.

We have pretty much ripped portions of every room in our house. We built our home almost 14 years ago, so the flooring in nearly every room was desperate for a change. We also had some painting that needed to be done, tile to be broken out of three rooms, kitchen cabinets to be painted and an entire bathroom that needed to be demolished and re-done. Let's just say our home is in complete chaos. A fun kind of crazy since they are all fun changes, but just crazy. I was so grateful this morning when several dear friends came to save the day. They brought their tools and gloves and stayed here for HOURS helping clean, paint, rip out items and visit with me. I was so touched by their kindness. It's amazing how the smallest acts of service to others can mean so much to the person receiving them. I just wanted to send a big THANK YOU to all of my 'angels' who came to the rescue today. Not to mention, my sweet sister made me the most delicious soup I think I've had in a long time. Not to mention it was healthy, made with all the veggies you might have growing in your garden, and a great meat-less meal your family will love. Not to mention she served this soup with homemade Red Lobster Cheese Biscuits which were heavenly. Good friends, a warm meal and I am counting my many blessings tonight.

If you want to make someones day, make up a double batch of this soup and give it to someone in need. Homemade soup and bread makes everyone feel better, right? Hope you enjoy! :)

*Nearly all of the vegetables and ingredients for this soup are on sale this week (cheese, evaporated milk, zucchini, tomatoes, carrots, onions, frozen corn, etc.). You could easily make up a huge batch of this soup for under $10. Login to Deals to Meals to see where all of the best grocery deals are in your area.

Monday, September 5, 2016

Best Curry Chicken Salad and Happy Labor Day!

How was your Labor Day weekend? I hope you had a great time with family and friends. Normally all of our family events are finished come Labor Day but this year we decided to end the summer with a bang and had a last minute reunion up at Bear Lake, Utah. WE had nearly 50 of us there and had such a blast! We swam, we played games, we stayed up too late talking, ate too many smores, laughed, cried, had a riotous flag football game on the beach, at way too much yummy food, watched outdoor movies on our mini projector (that we LOVE!) and had an overall great weekend. I am still working on my vacation meal planning ebook, but until that's done, I wanted to share with you a recipe that goes with our family everywhere we go.
Our family are huge fans of chicken salad sandwiches. There is something about them that we all love! We eat them for lunch, or for a simple dinner. They are filling, full of amazing flavor and are simple to prepare because you don't need any condiments or other aspects to the sandwich. Make the filing ahead of time and then all you need to pack is bread. It's lovely!
This year I wanted to make two different chicken salad recipes just to switch things up a little ;) I made our original Herbed Chicken Salad and then came up with this curry version. We all couldn't decide which one we loved more. If you are a big curry fan, you will love this recipe! Add some golden raisins and you will be in chicken salad heaven. Whether you're going on a trip, or just want a quick recipe for dinner or lunch, you're going to love our Curry Chicken Salad recipe. Enjoy :)

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