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Easy Chicken Alfredo Buns

I looovee a good chicken alfredo pasta.  This quick lunch recipe makes it in bun form and is easy to put together and full of yummy deliciousness!  It's awesome if you'd like to take one with you on the go.

Ingredients include Pillsbury Grands Flaky Layers biscuit dough ( I got the buttery kind), shredded mozzarella cheese, alfredo sauce, and chicken breast.  The only change I would make to the picture below is adding home cooked chicken breast instead of ready cooked pieces that were intended for sandwiches, just because the end result was a little too salty for my taste,  

The biscuit dough is already split up into separate pieces.  Take section and flatten it out. Rolling pins come in handy here but you can always just use the palm of your hand. Fill up the center with alfrado sauce, mozzarella, and bits of chicken breast.  Make sure you don't overfill it so the edges can still touch when wrapped up.

Pinch the edges together to make a bun.  Really make sure the edges stick together or else it will unravel in the oven.  It won't look so pretty but it will still taste great.

Line the a tray with baking paper and pop it in the oven!  Follow the instructions for baking on the biscuit dough label.  The buns are ready once it turns a golden brown.

You can always break one apart to check if it's ready.  It should be warm and full of cheesy goodness on the inside.  Enjoy!

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Frozen Peanut Butter Banana Treats for You and Your Dog

It's the end of summer and my area was hit with an intense heat wave for the last week.  Enjoying an cold treat is a great way to cool down, especially when your dogs can enjoy it with you!  Here are two easy ways to make frozen treats using just peanut butter, bananas, and honey.

Lick-able Peanut Butter Banana Popsicle:

I added two spoonfuls of peanut butter, two bananas, one spoonful of honey, and three cups of water in a blender. The ratio can be adjusted according to how much you'd like to make.

Pour the mixture into the mold and freeze overnight. I used popsicle molds but you can also use ice trays for smaller sized treats.

Pop it out of the mold and share with your pup!  It's a good idea to run the mold under warm water so the pops come out easier. My crew loved it so much, they finished it within a few minutes.

With the same ingredients, minus the water, you can also make smaller bite sized treats. Instead of using a blender, I hand mashed the bananas so there would be yummy chunks of banana in the mixture.

Mix in the peanut butter and honey.  The consistency should be thick and able hold its form. Line a pan with a baking sheet and and scoop out the mixture in round shapes about one to two inches in diameter.  For people treats, you can melt some chocolate and drizzle it on top.  NOTE: Please make sure that the treats for dogs do not have chocolate on it since it is toxic to them!

Pop it in the freezer and it should be ready within a few hours. Once you can peel it off the sheet, its good to eat!

I made Kahlua wait so I could take a picture before she ate one.  You can see the anticipation on her face. Yum!

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