Chicken Enchilada Zucchini Boats | Virtual Dinner Party!

Chicken Enchilada Zucchini Boats | So...Let's Hang Out

Hey there, Polar Bears!

Today you can find me guest posting over at The Lucky Penny!

I’m throwing one heck of a virtual dinner party. By that, I mean I’m going to cook you enchiladas and make sure you have a drink in your hand at all times. Yup. I’ve got your back.

There will be talks of track suits, high fives, missed connections, and of course, the recipe for those delicious Chicken Enchilada Zucchini Boats! Plus, it will give you a chance to meet my friend Michelle. She is pretty great. Did I mention the girl can cook? I once made her recipe for Crispy Chicken Thighs With Kale twice in one week! Consecutively. That’s right, two nights in a row. Correct.

You really won’t want to miss this recipe! The usual corn tortillas are swapped out for zucchini halves, leaving us with a lighter and healthier version of the classic enchilada.  Healthy or not, they pack a serious flavor punch!

Ok… let’s go get our virtual dinner party on!  See you over there!

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6 thoughts on “Chicken Enchilada Zucchini Boats | Virtual Dinner Party!

    • Love you back, Friend! Also, yes… track suit necessary. I hope you realize I am talking full on wind breaker material. Old school. Neon colors. Elastic waistbands. ;)

  1. Requesting more doodles! I’ll be your polar bear, but I require doodles in return!! Giraffes in stilettos? You’ve made so many promises…

    • I know. I know. Someday I will just make you a giant watercolor painting of a bear and force you hang it in your otherwise dignified living room. Too much? ;)

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