Fuzzy Blue Cardigan Look
I wore this outfit to church on Easter and I was so comfortable! This cardigan is one of those pieces that can be worn over and over again through the Spring and Fall, not only can it be worn with a tank and jeans but I will be pairing it with dresses and skirts as well. It is a great throw on that adds some texture and color to a neutral and basic look. It fits TTS but can be sized down for a less oversized fit, it also comes in a few other colors!
These necklaces are my favorite and the prices are amazing! I have worked with the company before, Radar Jewelry, and I went back to their site recently and picked these pieces up! They can be worn individually, together or with other necklaces you have. CLICK HERE for the Willow Chocker (shorter one) – it is only $14 and CLICK HERE for the Maverick Necklace (the longer one) – it is $15!
I recently purchased these flats (thanks to the help of your votes on Instagram stories) and I am so happy I did! They are so comfortable, no rubbing on my heels and they fit TTS. They come in a few different colors and I love the jewels on them, they elevate the flats and add a fun pop to an outfit! I find myself grabbing for them all of the time and I have definitely gotten my money’s worth already, I cannot wait to continue to wear them through the spring!
The links for details on this full look are below as well as a $20 cabbage chicken enchilada recipe and my picks for the Shopbop sale!
Under $20 Enchilada Recipe
I was blown away by how much you guys loved the last recipe I shared with you guys (CLICK HERE if you missed it) so I decided to do it again! My husband and I have always bonded over cooking and throughout the years I have become very health conscious, so our recipes have started to reflect that! We are always looking for ways to recreate our favorite meals as healthy as possible without sacrificing taste and we definitely made that happen with this one! We made it a few times and tweaked it until it was perfect and I am so excited to share it with you guys! This recipe costs under $20 and you will have plenty of leftovers which is my favorite thing ever! It is gluten-free and you can add whatever meat you want in place of chicken, you could also make it vegetarian or vegan with a substitute. For this recipe, there are two types of chilies in it and I deseeded them both and the spice level was mild with loads of flavor (just how I like it) so if you are into spicy food make sure to keep the seeds! I get my enchilada sauce off of Thrive Market, CLICK HERE for the exact one I used and CLICK HERE for the other one we have tried and loved as well! I decided to cook a full chicken in the crockpot and shred it for the recipe but you could easily cook up some chicken thighs or breast just as easy! Check out the recipe below and make sure to download the PDF to save and use for later! CLICK HERE to watch my Instagram stories to see a full breakdown of how I made it! It is so delicious, you have to try it and let me know what you think!
CABBAGE CHICKEN ENCHILADAS
Prep time: 25 min
Serving Size: 4-5 people
Enchilada Sauce (8oz.)
Cooked & Shredded Chicken (2 1/2 cups)
Red onion (1/2)
Refried Beans (1/4 CAN)
Cilantro (1/3 CUP)
Shredded Mexican cheese
-Deskin pablano by broiling in the oven, flipping often until burnt. Let cool, pull off skin and deseed (if you want) and chop.
Once you are done with broiler preheat oven to 375 degrees.
-Carefully pull off large layers of cabbage leaves – steam in pan on stove top with a cup of lightly salted water, cover with lid until flimsy and tender – medium heat for 15-20 minutes.
-In a bowl – chop up chicken, chilies, onion, and cilantro; add about half of the enchilada sauce or until contents are coated along with lime to taste.
-Stuff steamed cabbage with a layer of refried beans and the chicken mixture – fold and roll until secure and lay folded side down on cooking dish. Continue to do so until all cabbage leaves are stuffed.
-Add the rest of the enchilada sauce to the top of the enchiladas (and cheese if you want) – cook in the oven for 45 minutes.
Take out of the oven, let cool and serve with desired toppings!
CLICK HERE for a downloadable PDF of the recipe!
Shopbop has a sale going on thru 4/14! 20% off everything under $500 and 25% off everything over $500 with code: EVENT18. I have picked my favorites under $200!
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