Ranch Chicken

As I said in a previous post, Pinterest has been a wonderful source of inspiration for me in many ways – not the least of which has been in the kitchen! Having a smorgasbord of proven recipes to choose has been incredible, and we rarely repeat recipes anymore (except a few proven favorites… the list of which is getting longer and longer!) Not all of them have been winners, though… and since, for whatever reason, I think people care about my opinion on things, I wanted to share my experience with the more notable recipes on my little bloggity here 🙂

Ranch Chicken
When I saw the pin for Ranch Chicken, the name itself told me it would be a favorite.

Ranch Chicken

The pin wasn’t posted with a link to a blog or anything, so if you’re the one who came up with this wonderful recipe: THANK YOU! My family absolutely loved this stuff. And it was SO cheap and easy! And since it wasn’t linked anywhere, I thought I would share it here. With all two of you people who read this. Ha.

3/4 cup crushed cornflakes
3/4 cup parmesan cheese
1 packet of hidden valley ranch dressing mix
and, of course, chicken breasts

Mix cornflakes, parmesan cheese, and ranch mix. Smush cornflakes and mix all it together.
Melt butter. Dip chicken breasts in melted butter & roll in cornflake mix. Place in greased 9×13 pan (I lined it with foil… Not a fan of dishes!)
Bake @ 350 for 45 min

That’s it! My husband licked his plate. Okay, he picked up every last crumb w/ his fingers and ate them. All. And the kids & I were finished almost as quickly. It was very very good.

Hope you like it as much as we did!

The photo above is from Pinterest, but it looked just like that!



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