Crockpot Chicken Tacos + Tailgreatness with Nexium® 24HR

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If you read my blog frequently, you know that my family and I love to watch football on Saturday, and we always like to have something delicious to go along with the game.  For us, this usually means that we’re eating something greasy or spicy, or both!  And unfortunately, as much as I love those foods, they can take a toll on your stomach.  For that reason, I always take Nexium® 24HR, so that I can stop heartburn before it starts.  Today I’m going to discuss why I love Nexium® 24HR, and I’m going to share a delicious homegating recipe for Crockpot Chicken Tacos.

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Nexium® 24HR is for the treatment of frequent heartburn.  It should be taken every day for best results, and it may take 1 to 4 days for full effect. You should always read the product packaging and refer to the company’s website before taking the product.

I’ve always found the product to be very effective against my own heartburn, and I love that you just take one pill.  And it is also the #1 choice of Doctors and Pharmacists* for their own frequent heartburn.” *Among PCPs and Pharmacists who use a branded OTC PPI.

The 42 count package is also actually organized in to three 14-count bottles.  I find this more convenient than a larger bottle.  And if you have more than one person in your household who takes the medication, then you can each have your own bottle.

 

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Nexium® 24HR is in the healthcare section at Walmart.  You can find it in the stomach care aisle, and right now you can find a special display for the 42 count package. The product is available in capsule and tablets.  And on top of Walmart’s every day low prices, the 42 count box currently has a $3 off coupon that you can pull off and use right at the register.

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As promised, I also have a tailgating recipe!  My family just loves tacos and Mexican food, and so I’m always looking for new recipes with a little Mexican flavor!  I also love looking for new recipes that allow me to use my crockpot, so this one is right up alley.

 

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This recipe features skinless, boneless chicken breasts and a few simple ingredients!  Like most crockpot recipes, you can whip this up in the morning and allow it to cook until you are ready to serve, or you can even cook up your meat the night before and just reheat it the next day.

Then after you meat is prepared, you just add your favorite tortillas or chips, and serve your tacos or taco salads up with all the fixings!

Crockpot Chicken Tacos

Crockpot Chicken Tacos

Ingredients:

Boneless, skinless chicken breasts (about 6)

2 cups chicken broth (Additional broth may be necessary. See recipe for details.)

1 package taco seasoning

1 package ranch dressing seasoning

Additional Items and Optional Toppings:

hard tortillas, soft tortillas, or corn chips

shredded cheese

salsa

lettuce

tomatoes

olives

peppers

taco sauce

Directions:

Spray crockpot with non-stick cooking spray. Pour chicken broth into the crockpot Add taco seasoning and ranch dressing mix. Stir until well blended Place chicken breasts in the crockpot with the broth and seasonings (You should use about 6, give or take one or two, depending on the size of the chicken breasts).

Cook for 3-4 hours on high or 7-8 hours on low, or until chicken is cooked through and pulls apart easily with a fork. Stir occasionally during cooking to make sure chicken breasts are well covered with the liquid, so they do not dry out. You may add additional broth if your chicken is not well covered at the start of cooking, or just use less chicken, if necessary.

Once your chicken is cooked through, take out a serving dish and remove your chicken, one or two pieces at a time from the crockpot. Use a knife and fork to pull chicken apart.

Once all of your chicken is pulled apart in the serving dish, pour broth/sauce mixture from the crockpot into the serving dish, and stir the chicken and sauce together. (This will help to add flavor and keep your chicken moist.)

Heat up your tortillas and prepare your toppings. Then assemble and serve tacos.

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Got a tailgating recipe you’d like to share with us?  If so, I invite you tell me about it in the comments or share it at my Friday Favorites linky party.

And if you use Nexium® 24HR, I invite you to sign up for special promotional offers and coupons!

**Nexium® 24HR may take 1 to 4 days for full effect. Use as directed.

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Manwich Night at Simply Sweet Home

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Manwich for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

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I love Manwich Night! It’s definitely one of my favorite Easy Weeknight Meals.  I grew up eating the Original Manwich, but I recently became familiar with the other varieties:  Thick & Chunky and Bold. If you’ve seen these in your local store, and have been curious, I’d definitely tell you they are worth a try.

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If you love the red and green peppers in Original Manwich, then you will definitely love the Thick & Chunky version.  And if want something with no peppers (perhaps something for a picky child), then you’ll want to try the Bold. I actually thought the Bold would be more spicy, but it’s really got more of what I’d call a “tangy” taste to it.  But whatever it is, it is super yummy! Manwich Night   How do you like Manwich?  When I was growing up, no Manwich was complete without a nice slice of cheese!  And recently I’ve tried adding mayo and pickles, along with the cheese.  It makes for a sandwich that can’t be beat!  And it’s great with any variety of Manwich Sauce.

My husband has also introduced me to Manwich Pie (Manwich over corn chips), and after doing a little research, I’ve found a ton of great Manwich Recipes.   One recipe I definitely plan on trying is the Saucy Meatloaf featuring Manwich.  And I also found Sloppy Joe Meatballs! Yum! Manwich Night

You can even use the sauce to make Sloppy Joe Tacos:

Ingredients:

1 lb ground beef

1 can Manwich sauce

8 taco shells

1 bag shredded lettuce

1 cup shredded cheddar cheese

sour cream

Directions: Brown ground beef and add in Manwich sauce as directed.  Spead meat & sauce evenly over hard or soft tortilla shells.  Top with cheese, lettuce, and sour cream. Enjoy!

 

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