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Easing Back Into It - Garlic Cheddar Chicken


Garlic Cheddar Chicken - I've made this numerous times and have never taken a picture of it until a few weeks ago when it was last made. Since I haven't blogged in like 2 months I thought this was a good way to ease back in to it to prep for a bigger one I've got coming up within the next few hours or days, depending how life goes! Anyway, to be honest, the first few times I made this I was just utterly in love but now it's just such a staple every now-and-then that it's not as much of a novelty for me. However, with that being said, I must still love it deep down in my tummy because I keep coming back to it when I'm looking for something different to do with the chicken that's always a staple at my house. This always turns out really well and never disappoints...

Garlic Cheddar Chicken
Source: allrecipes
Ingredients
(4) ¼ thick chicken breasts
(½) stick butter
(4) Garlic cloves, chopped
(1/2c. – 1/3c.) Italian Breadcrumbs
(1/4c. – 1/3c.) Parmesan Cheese
(2/3c.) Shredded Cheddar Cheese
Salt and Pepper

Directions
Preheat over to 350 Degrees
Spray casserole dish with Pam or cooking Spray

Melt together butter and garlic, until garlic is cooked tender
Mix together Breadcrumbs, Cheeses and S&P in a shallow dish
Dip chicken breasts in to butter/garlic mixture
Coat with cheese and crumb mixture

Bake at 350 for 30 minutes or until cooked to 165 degrees

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