Flu Season + {Slow Cooker Tropical Chicken}

I don't know your stance on flu shots, but for me...there's usually about a 50 / 50 chance I'll get one. Not because of philosophy or the prediction for that year's flu season...no, it all depends on whether I'm already sick or not. More likely than not, by the time I get around to getting a flu shot, I already have a cold.  This year was one of those years that I was quite healthy and decided to go for it at the end of September. Babycakes and I both got one. Such planners!! So ahead of the game!!

It didn't help.

Babycakes has now been sick for almost 2 weeks, with me following behind at 5 days. Remember when I posted that sweet picture of her, sick in her bed? We've been to the doctor 3 times along the way, and every time they assure me it's just a nasty virus...no need for antibiotics. Meds or not, I'm just sooooooooo ready for us all to be healthy again!

Introducing Slow Cooker Tropical Chicken:

I've wanted comfort food during this sickness, like this slow cooker tropical chicken...but instead I've been flooding my body with nutrients and minerals from vegetable juices.  Babycakes and Dear Hubby throroughly enjoyed it though!

I love that there's lentils in there, and 4 cups of spinach, and corn, and pineapple.

Beautiful. Tropical. and Comforting -- all on a plate.

Question:

  • Do you ever get a flu shot?
  • What are your get-well remedies for flu?

Slow Cooker Tropical Chicken

Description

Slow Cooker Tropical Chicken // nosh and nourish

Ingredients

16 ounces
Rice & Lentil Medley (or sub all of one kind)
1 package
McCormick's Baja Citrus Marinade
1⁄3 cup
Apple Cider Vinegar
8 ounces
Pineapple tidbits w/juice
15 ounces
Sweet Kernel Corn (drained)
1⁄3 cup
Soy Sauce (or sub Bragg's Liquid Aminos)
3  
Chicken Breasts (I used frozen)
4 cups
Spinach
4 cups
Water

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a slow cooker.
  2. Cook on high for 4 hours.
  3. Enjoy!

Yields 6 Servings