Cook & Bake with Us!! Christmas Cookies & Recipes! #christmascookies #food #baking

Cook & Bake with Us!! Christmas Cookies & Recipes! #christmascookies #food #baking


Hi guys!! Welcome back to my channel! I hope you’re having a fabulous day and are ready for the weekend!!

Tonight, I’m bringing you guys some great crock pot recipes, we’re making Christmas cookies and a Dutch Apple Pie. Also, I have two unboxing for you in this video!! I’ll have the links to each of those items below in the description!

It’s been quite a while since I’ve decorated cookies for Christmas. I usually don’t make them because I don’t eat them, but this year I made an exception for my family. I thought they’d like to have something different for a change!

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Ninja Crock pot:
I bought mine at Walmart for $100. They are normally $120 on Amazon, so if you get it, get it from Walmart!
They might even have it on .

Dish Drainer:
This one is basically the same one, but not the one exactly that we purchased. I think they took the other listing down. This one is a bit cheaper. />
Cookie dough:
I’m using premade sugar cookie dough by Pillsbury.



Here’s the recipe for the Chicken dish we made in the new Ninja crockpot.

1. 1 bag frozen chicken breast
2. 1 jar of your favorite salsa
3. 1/2 cup of low sodium chicken broth
4. 1 small can of green chilies
5. 1 cup of shredded cheese of your choice.

Add frozen chicken, salsa, broth and green chilies to crockpot. Cook on high for about 6 hours to make sure chicken is falling apart to the touch.
Once the time is up, turn the crock pot off and about 30 minutes before serving, add your cheese to the top and cover with the lid. Allow it to melt for that 30 mins.

Serve over rice, or eat by itself for a healthy low carb meal.


Pot Roast Crock Pot meal

Add defrosted pot roast to your crockpot and cook on high for about 6 hours or until the meat is tender and pulling apart easily.

For a tangier/spicier meat, add a jar of pepperoncinis to the crockpot with some of the juice.

Serve with Spanish Rice or a veggie if your choice. Such a great, healthy meal!


Chicken, Veggie, Matza Ball Soup:

1. In a large stock pot, fill with about 1 gallon of water. Bring to rapid boil.
2. Boil your chicken (bone in with skin is better) until it’s falling off the bone (about 2 hours). I cover mine. After it’s been boiling for about 30 minutes, I simmer it on medium low covered so it continues to cook and make the chicken tender.
3. While the chicken is boiling, chop up your celery and carrots and keep them to the side.
4. Take the chicken out with a slotted spoon or wire basket with handle and set it in a bowl to the side. Add your cut up veggies. Bring heat down to a low simmer.
5. After the chicken has cooled enough to touch, start taking the meat off the bone and discard the bones and skin in a separate bowl or trash can.
6. Add chopped up chicken back into the pot and allow to cook on a low simmer for about 1 hour or so. Add any seasonings you like.
7. You will need a box of Manischewitz Matza ball mix (not the soup).
8. Follow directions on the box for the matza balls. They will chill for 15 minutes. Put them in the freezer, not the fridge. They set better.
9. With clean, wet hands, make very small (quarter size) matza balls and put them into a bowl.
10. Once all the matza balls are made, put them into the soup together since you want them each to cook evenly.

Cook this on low simmer for about 20 minutes. You’re done. Enjoy.

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