- 1 sliced frozen banana
- 1/2 cup skim milk
- 1/2 cup plain nonfat yogurt
- 1 TBSP honey
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 1 cup crushed ice, or ice cubes
Blend all ingredients together in a blender until smooth & creamy.
- stewed chicken, parts & amounts of your choice
- low sodium chicken broth, plus broth created from stewing your chicken
- 1 tsp (or so) poultry seasoning
- 1 large can cream of chicken soup (optional-I used it with a can of water to make my broth go farther)
- Bisquick mix
Stew the chicken, then remove from the broth and strain out any icky pieces of fat and such left behind in the broth.
Set the chicken aside to cool, remove the meat from the bone, chunk or shred the meat.
Return the meat to the broth, also adding the storebought broth, and poultry seasoning.
If you wish to add the cream soup and soup can of water, do it now. They will taste just as good without it. I just happened to have it on hand and needed more broth.
While broth is coming to a full boil, mix dumplings according to package (2 cups mix, 2/3 cup milk).
If you wish your dumplings to be chewy, hand mix the dough and let it set awhile.
If you wish your dumplings to be light and fluffy, mix lightly with a fork, just until mixed, and put in boiling broth right away.
Make SURE your broth is at a full boil when you add the spoonfuls of dumpling mix to the pan.
Gently drop the dumplings onto the top of the broth.
Keep the heat high and let them boil for ten minutes, then lower the heat, cover the pan, and let them cook an additional ten minutes.
I have made my dumplings the long way, from scratch. These are a fraction of the work, and I like them every bit as much.
It's comfort food at it's finest!
~Numbers 14:8 Amplified Bible