Skip The Takeout – This Meal Couldn’t Get Any Easier To Make!
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You’ll Laugh Your Way Through Making This
Raise your hand if you’ve gotten takeout more than once this week! I’m kind of embarrassed to say I’ve reached for the takeout menu often lately. I know it’s not the best choice, whether it’s money you’re thinking about or the health aspect. But sometimes (a lot of times, actually) I’m so short on time, takeout seems to be the only option.
I decided it was time to make a change, so I’ve been trying out all kinds of new recipes that will save the day. I need recipes that are simple to put together, don’t take a lot of time to prepare and taste just as delicious as their takeout counterparts!
This slow cooker chicken teriyaki has quickly become one of my favorites. It’s inexpensive and my whole family loves it! You can serve it over rice or your favorite noodles, and you barely have to lift a finger to prepare this.
I even had my kids make this for us the other day! My two daughters, who are 11 and 12, are always excited to help out in the kitchen. I gave them instructions and they were able to put this together completely on their own. You should have seen how proud they were of themselves!
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Quick Tip: Use low-sodium soy sauce for a healthier option.