The week is halfway over and I am still kicking. :) Tyler and I will be moving to a 1 bedroom apartment in just a few weeks. We are real excited for the move, but I am a little nervous about moving from a 3 bedroom to a 1 bedroom. I have been trying to come up with ideas on how to stay clean and organized. I need them to be simple enough, or I will lose motivation quick. Anyways, I know that I want to buy some kind of baskets that can be labeled and put in a closet for things like crafts, wrapping stuff, and misc. Our mail is the one thing that I need the most help with. I have file folders for it, but very rarely do I put the mail in them. If you have any ideas on how to help me with any organizational tips or tricks, fill free to comment. This week, I have been staying on top of all my homework for business stats. I don’t think it will be too difficult this semester as long as I don’t procrastinate. I have noticed though that it takes me a little time to comprehend what is going on. I made a calendar for September that I am hoping will keep me organized. If it works then I think I will continue making them.
On to a different note, I made 3 cheese chicken alfraedo bake. It was really yummy. However, I made way too much and I can’t freeze it because I read somewhere you can’t freeze a casserole with sour cream in it.
3 Cheese Chicken Alfraedo Bake
This is what I used, but I altered the recipe a little bit. It called for chopped parsley and I didn’t have any.
- 16 oz elbow macaroni
- 16 oz alfraedo sauce
- 8 oz sour cream
- 15 oz ricotta cheese
- 3 cps chopped, cooked chicken (I bought a package of chicken strips, boiled, and shred them. So I didn’t measure out my chicken.)
- 2 eggs ---> lightly beaten
- 1/4 cp grated parmesan cheese
- 2 cps mozzarella cheese
- Fix the pasta, drain, and return to pot
- Boil and shred chicken
- Stir together all ingredients except mozzarella
- Spread in a 9x13 baking dish (I didn’t have this size, so I just used the biggest one I had.)
- Sprinkle on mozzarella
- Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until bubbly