Here’s a picture of the casserole I made with the leftover cabbage & pepper side dish from my last post. I added shredded chicken breast and a can of cream of chicken soup. Then I topped it with some cheddar cheese and French’s onions. I baked it at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes or until bubbly. So, the next time you have leftover veggies, consider making them into a casserole for dinner the next night. With a little planning, you can stretch your meals and spend less time in the kitchen.
Speaking of planning, how often to you go strictly by a shopping list? I try very hard to keep a list posted on the refrigerator and add items as I run low. Somehow, though, I end up leaving it at home a lot of the time. Or, I decide to make a quick stop on the way home and don’t have my list with me. How cool would it be to have your personal grocery shopping list online? Then it would be available anywhere or anytime you needed it!
I found a great site while on facebook. It has a free grocery shopping list. You can customize it by store or by your own personal brands. List2Shop.com does it all for you. They already have popular products split into different categories. All you have to do is add your own items and customize your favorites. Best of all – it’s free!