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day 2: leftover chicken penne

My husband and I both work full-time so we share cooking responsibilities... I have to admit, he does more cooking than I do lately. This is what he made last night:

Easy Chicken Penne:
2 boneless chicken breasts, cubed
1/2 package (1/2 lb) of penne pasta
2 cups broccolli (we used frozen but fresh is also good)
Philadelphia Cooking Creme (Savory Garlic) (find it by the cream cheese at the store)

Directions: Cook pasta according to directions. Brown and cook the chicken. Stir in the broccoli until its half-cooked. Throw in the pasta and add cooking creme. Stir for 3 minutes until hot. Voila!

chicken broccoli penne
carrot sticks+ranch, yogurt, juice

This is my lunch... I should have grabbed a little ziploc bag of carrots. And I want to get fun lunch boxes, but I have a cabinet full of these gladware at work since I have a bad habit of leaving them there. Once every 3-4 months, I take a big bag of containers home.  

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