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A Simple Way To Make A Quick Dinner That Your Whole Family Will Love!
This Sweet and Sticky One-Pot Chicken Dinner is a hearty, family-friendly meal, great for people who enjoy the sweeter side of the sweet and savory flavor combination. It is gluten-free, and thanks to the use of honey, molasses, and maple syrup, it keeps the glycemic index on the low side without compromising on the sweet flavor. How’s that for a perfect meal, in every way! Another great thing about this recipe is that you don’t have to worry about slaving away in the kitchen.
There are two basic ways to get little ones who are a bit picky about their vegetables to eat a good helping of them. One way is to add cheese; the other is to crank up the sweetness. This recipe goes with the latter option, and it puts everything together in the form of a yummy sweet and savory one-pot meal, making it all that much more convenient for the cook under pressure.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Don’t Waste the Crumbs
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Quick Tip: Try using local, raw honey in this recipe for added health benefits.