Chicken Bruschetta Pasta – Chicken, pasta and the flavors of bruschetta come together in a recipe that’s about to become your family’s favorite!
This is a story all about how I had two kids and… time ran out!
I think we can all agree that before the kiddos arrived, there was always enough time for every.thing. From getting your hair did, to your nightly margarita rituals, and all the in between things that came along. And you got to sleep-in on Sundays. Aaaand there was enough time to do all the cooking and baking in the world!
Since time really is of the essence, I have been meal-helpering for the past two weeks, while trying to adjust to this new back-to-school schedule. But it’s not just back-to-school; it’s back to gymnastics, it’s back to dance, it’s back to soccer… I swear I thought that she would quit at least two of those by now. Wishful thinking, I know.
I feel that dinner is that one meal of the day that we should all try to eat together as a family, and that it should almost never be delivery. Unless it’s Friday, then it’s okay. Or Monday. 😉
BUT our favorite so far is this Chicken Bruschetta Pasta. It is SO!GOOD! My husband wants to have it every night. The guy loves tomatoes and tomato sauce thus this is something that he could live on for the rest of his life.
This is perfect for those lazy days when you don’t have time to brush your hair let alone think about cooking. It also helps with not having to think about what should we have for dinner! That right there is my least favorite thing about cooking dinner.
On this particular night I went ahead and purchased my husband’s favorite, the Chicken Bruschetta Pasta, because he has been working tirelessly and the dude just needs a break. Check out my Google+ Album where you can browse through my photos while we shopped for our dinner!
Once we got home, I unpacked the bags, threw the Farfalle Pasta in boiling water, chopped up my chicken and cooked it in this delicious Basil Garlic Tomato Sauce… honestly, I could’ve spooned this sauce like a soup – it was amazing!
After draining the pasta, I added it to the cooked chicken and topped it with the Chunky Bruschetta Finishing Sauce and couple of tablespoons of grated parmesan – covered it, and a few minutes later, din din was ready!
Between you and I, hubs had the few bits of leftovers for breakfast.
Take it from someone who cooks almost all meals from scratch – this stuff is GOOD. Really, really good!