Sunday, November 15, 2015

Lazy Day Crockpot Chicken Fajitas

Lazy Day Crockpot Chicken Fajitas are perfect for a fabulous no-fuss dinner! This simple recipe comes together in a flash. You simply layer the ingredients and go. It just about cooks itself. This dish is absolutely bursting with flavor and sure to be a go to in your house too!

Serve them with warm flour tortillas and Mexican rice and you may never go out to dinner again. This is surely destined to be our next game day dinner.

I absolutely love fajitas and Chad and I order them every time we go to a Mexican restaurant and I still can't get enough. I have made them at home, but I was looking for a simple recipe that is no-fuss after a long day of work and I finally have it for you.  Check out all the details here:


With love from our simple kitchen to yours. 

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2-Ingredient Slow Cooker Salsa Chicken is so easy it just about cooks itself. This fantastic simple recipe is officially part of our Lazy Day collection. Chunks of tomato, onion, and chiles are speckled through the perfectly tender and juicy chicken.  And, just like every easy recipe, there are tips and tricks to make this a simple dish, a fabulous dinner!
Recipe developed by Donna Elick - The Slow Roasted Italian
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  1. I am making the chili for dinner tonight. I will let you know how my family liked it. Also, would it be possible to add at the end of each recipe what the calories, fat, sodium, etc. are? Thanks! C. Rizzico

  2. thumbs down. no "click for recipe" actally shows a recipe.

    1. It's there, you just have to scroll down the page to get to it. Enjoy!


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