Roast Chicken Stuffed with Garlic and Rosemary Cream Cheese – Easy recipe for Roast Chicken stuffed with a delicious mixture of cream cheese, rosemary and garlic.
Happy Sunday, Friends!! How goes it?? How’s your weekend so far?
Not gonna lie…
…but I spent most of my weekend listening to my 1999 mix-CD appropriately titled, “Summer of 1999”. I danced as if nobody was watching and sang as if nobody was listening.
‘Cept that my daughters were watching and listening… and they joined me! We partied like it’s 1999!
Pun intended. I’m a geek.
And now, I can’t get Livin’ La Vida Loca out of my head, and I can’t stop shakin’ it to Hit Me Baby One More Time.
Suddenly, 90’s music is starting to look better than 80’s music. Is that even possible?!?
Also? This is my workout-CD, as well. During Engrique Iglesias’ Bailamos, I run like a hamster on my treadmill, and rock thy hips better than Shakira.
Sooooo. Roast Chicken! You should really make this!
I know. I say that all the time about all my recipes, but I mean it. I always mean it.
But, really? This tastes like Heaven. Not that I know what Heaven tastes like, but if it had a flavor, this Roast Chicken would probably be IT.
My mom, the one that practically laughs at people who eat boneless, skinless white meat chicken, is the reason why I made this pretty bird.
They were coming by for dinner last week, and because my Dad looooves chicken, but my Mom loves it only if it’s covered in crispy skin, roasting a whole bird was the obvious answer.
Normally, I rub some butter underneath the skin, as well as some herbs, but this whole cream cheese idea was kinda brilliant. I mean, there’s just so much to be said about this.
First, I wanna tell you that I named her Toots. Quite original…
Secondly, I wanna tell you that Toots is crispy, Toots is juicy, Toots is hard to resist. And I’m willing to say anything just so you’ll join me in this praising-bird fest…
I served Toots with a side of those delicious veggies living under her, and some homemade dinner rolls to sop up all that liquid – MY FAVORITE PART!!!
IF you have like 15 minutes to prep, make this today. Seriously. It takes 15 minutes to get it ready and about 1.5 hours to cook it. Easy Peasy!