WHAT’S FOR DINNER- APPLE & GREEN BEAN CHICKEN

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So this recipe I found online and decided to tweak just a bit to make it easier. It came out great! The only thing I’ll warn: If you have your meal cooked perfectly, do not decide to turn the oven off and leave it in the oven to “keep it warm”. I ruined my chicken this way! 🙁 Other than that, had I taken it out when it was still nice and juicy, the flavor was amazing and it would have been a spectacular meal! We will definitely have this again, and may substitute the chicken for pork chops.

Ingredients:
– 2 boneless chicken breasts
– 3 apples (we used Jazz apples)
– 1 small bag of frozen green beans
– 2 cups of water
– 1 chicken bouillon cube
– 1 cup apple juice
– Cinnamon
– Oregano
– Salt and pepper

Place whole chicken breasts in oven at 450 degrees for 20 min.
(Gives the chicken a head start as you prepare the rest of the meal).

Cut apples into bite sized pieces and layer in a separate pan.
Sprinkle with a tiny bit of cinnamon.
Layer green beans over the apples.

Boil water and chicken bouillon cube until melted.
Add apple juice.
Pour over apples & green beans.

Cut chicken into slices.
Layer chicken on top of green beans.
Sprinkle oregano, salt and pepper over chicken.

Bake until the chicken is cooked through at 350 degrees.
Switch over to broil for 5-7 minutes (until a chicken is a nice golden brown).

This is another baby friendly meal that allows baby to feed herself! The apples get nice and soft and are going to be the favorite! The green beans are easy to handle, and the chicken can be cut to desired size.




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