Moist, delicious, and chocked full of carrots and walnuts...just like I want my carrot cake to be. Adding to the appeal of this cake, were each of the individually created carrots on top. How I wish that each slice was calorie free.
Last evening I tried this chicken recipe. My husband requested that I share this on my blog. Actually, all of us enjoyed the taste of this recipe, and I will make it again. It is a quick, simple recipe, with flavorful results. I did not have croutons on hand, so I cut up a small loaf of french bread, into cubes.
Served with a garden salad, this meal could be served for many occasions. I made it in the morning, and baked it in the evening, in time for dinner. I had three frozen chicken breasts that I put in a combination of boiling water and chicken stock. Cooked them for an hour until tender, then cut into cubes. If time does not allow for this process, you can buy a cooked rotisserie chicken at the store, and cut it in cubes. Either way...you may find that this recipe is a keeper.