Kraft Fresh Take Chicken Parm and Pasta

Take 2. I made this again last night. I used a block of mozzarella rather than shredded cheese which worked sooo much better on the chicken – when I used shredded as much of it ended off the chicken as on.

The packaging actually says 35 minutes rather than 25 as I noted before. This was more than enough time to cook the chicken through. That’s probably why it was underdone when I took it out at 25 minutes haha

I actually had ricotta cheese on hand this time so I made put about 7 oz of the cheese in with my pasta, breadcrumbs and a handful of shredded mozzarella. Yum!!

For thin sliced chicken breasts and 1/2 a box of rotini gave us enough for Boyfriend and I yesterday and lunch today. Hazzah.

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A while ago when wondering through the supermarket, Boyfriend and I discovered Kraft Fresh Takes along the dairy aisle.  These cheese and breadcrumb mixes seemed simple enough for a low key dinner so we picked up a bunch to give them a try.

Fresh Take Varieties (picture from

We definitely were not disappointed.  For the simplest of meals, we just opened up the fresh take mixing bag, used a touch of water to moisten chicken (packaging says 2 lbs- I usually just buy those slight > 1 lb packages and used that), plopped chicken in the bag, rolled around to gather the cheesy breadcrumby goodness, and baked.  Usually I’d toss on some pasta or mashed potatoes for a side.  Pretty easy and we’d enjoyed the varieties we’d tried – so far I think we’ve had most of the ones pictured.
Well Friday, boyfriend’s little sister was down for…

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