Easy Individual Chicken Pot Pie

Hello Everyone and Welcome,



I have decided to try and share more recipes that are easy for our busy lives. There is nothing like a quick, easy and tasty home cooked meal.  My craving for comfort food is what prompted me to experiment with this dish. Since this dish got the family seal of  approval. I had to share. So let’s dive into this recipe.

This recipe serves 4


2 Boneless organic Chicken Breast

1 Pie Crust

1 (12 oz.) Bag of Organic Mix Vegetables

1/2 C Organic Frozen Onions & Peppers

2 tsp of grape seed oil ( or oil of choice)

4 TBS of Butter

1/2 C  organic Flour

1 1/2 C organic Chicken Stock ( try my DIY Version here)

Seasonings ( Pink Himalayan Salt, Black Pepper, Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Basil, Thyme)


Preheat oven to 425°

Season your chicken on both sides with (salt, pepper, onion powder, garlic powder)

Place on a parchment lined baking sheet. Cover with foil and bake for 20 minutes or until cooked through. Once done dice into bite size chunks and set aside.

In a pot on medium heat add oil, mixed veggies, peppers and onions and (pinch of salt, 1/4 tsp of black pepper, onion, and garlic powder.) Cook/Stir until just tender.  Now add butter, flour, and chicken broth. Stir to evenly incorporate.  Next add ( pinch of salt, 1/2 tsp of black pepper, basil, thyme, basil & garlic powder.) Stir to evenly distribute. Remove from the heat and add your chicken.  Mix to evenly distribute.

Once your mixture has cooled a bit……about 5 minutes.  It’s time to add it into your ramekins.  Once you have your ramekins filled it’s time to top with your pie crust.

Take a bowl a little larger than your ramekins and use it to cut out four pot pie crust.

* This is optional use a small cookie cutter in the center of your pot pie crust and make a cut-out.

Or simply score the pie crust after you place them on top of your ramekins.

Bake in the oven for 20-25 minutes at 375° turning half way through the cooking cycle.


We really love this dish in my household and I hope you and your family will too!

Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by, I greatly appreciate it.

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Enjoy & Until Next Time,



Quick & Easy Spicy Garlic Shrimp

Hello everyone,

Welcome to Tasty Tuesday!!!

If you’re looking for a quick shrimp recipe you’ve come to the right place. Let’s get started.



1-2 Pounds of Shrimp (peeled and deveined)
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 tsp black pepper
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1/2 tsp onion powder
1/2 tsp crushed red pepper flakes
1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
1 Tbs of Grape seed oil (or oil of choice)


Preheat oven to 375°

In a large bowl add all your seasonings and oil. Mix to combine. Add shrimp toss shrimp to evenly coat with seasoning mixture.

Place shrimp on a lined baking sheet.

Place shrimp in your preheated oven for 10-15 minutes. They will look like the letter C and be pink throughout.

Tada all done. Serve with veggies and rice or over pasta.



Enjoy & Until Next Time,

Sewloveable ☺

Calling ALL Cook’s, Baker’s & DIY Creator’s

Hello everyone,

Happy Thursday to you all.


I have a lovely surprise in store for you. I wanted to share a website/app that I recently became aware of.  I was contacted by Instructables.com to check out their site as it may be of interest to me.  Well, it turns out that it was totally up my alley.  Let me first say that this is not a sponsored post.  When I saw the site I knew that I wanted to share it because it may be of interest to many of you.  The site offers people the opportunity to display the things they make, along with a tutorial on how to make it. If you sew, knit, cook, bake, build and so much more you’re going to love this. Keep reading your surprise is coming……

Here are the following categories to choose from:







The best part is you can enter your DIY’S into the various contest for a chance of winning some great prizes.  They offer a free standard membership or if you desire they have Pro memberships at very reasonable cost.  To check out the site, contest, prizes and all the inspirational DIY’S people share click here.

Now it’s time for something special: A GIVEAWAY

One “Fantastic Creator” has a chance of winning a “FREE” 3- month Pro Membership. I entered one of my recipes which received an Editor’s Choice Favorite.  As a result, I received a 3-month free Pro membership.  I decided that I want to give the membership to one of my lovely reader’s. To win all you need to do is comment below sharing your favorite creative niche.  The winner will be chosen and announced on Friday May 15, 2015 @ 10 a.m est here on my blog.  If the winner does not respond by Monday the 18th another winner will be chosen.  Once the winner is announced simply go to my contact page here and send me an e-mail to claim your prize.  Best wishes to all who enter and please share this post across social media and your blog’s so other’s have a chance of winning. Entries for this giveaway close at 11:59 p.m. on Thursday May 14, 2015.  Thank you in advance to all who enter.

Happy Creating and thank you so much for stopping by, it’s truly appreciated.

Until Next Time,


Homemade Chicken Sausage

Hello everyone,

Welcome to Tasty Tuesday!!!


Since pre-packaged sausage is very high in sodium. I don’t buy it often. So I decided to make my own homemade version. Since the process was quick & easy….I had to share it with my lovely readers. So let’s get started…..


3 boneless skinless chicken thighs (slightly frozen)
1/2 C red, green & yellow peppers (diced)
1/2 C yellow onion (diced)
1 Tbs of olive oil


1/4 tsp corrainder & sage
1/2 tsp salt, black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, sage & oregano
1 1/2 tsp fennel (seed or powder)

Mix your seasonings together in a small bowl.

Recipe yields: 15 sausage patties


1. Add your chicken, peppers, onions, seasonings & olive oil to the food processor. Pulse for 60 seconds.

2. Using an ice cream scoop to make even size sausage patties.

* You can opt to freeze uncooked patties in between layer’s of parchment paper. Or cook all the patties and freeze in the same manner for up to 2 months.

3. Place patties in an oiled skillet on med heat and cook until cooked through. (3-5 minutes per side.)

You can really used this in so many ways. Have it for breakfast or add into spaghetti. Be as creative as you desire.


Enjoy & Thank you for stopping by.

Until Next Time,

Sewloveable 🙂

Easy Crock Pot Brunswick Stew

Hello everyone,


Welcome to Tasty Tuesday!!!!!!

Today, I want to share another comfort food recipe with you. This recipe takes me back to my childhood. I loved when my mother made this for our family especially on snowy days. My brother and I would go outside to play in the snow with friends for hours. When we came back in from the cold snow, my mom would have a nice hearty bowl of stew on the table. It really hit’s the spot, a true comfort food.

When my mother made this, she made it on top of the stove in a huge pot. She would have to get up a few times in the middle of the night to stir it occasionally. This stew was truly a labor of love and you could tell by how delicious it taste. My goal with this recipe was to make it as delicious as my mom’s but simplify the process.

So let’s get started……………….

(*This post contains affiliate links, which means I may receive compensation if you make a purchase using the links.)


5 medium organic potatoes (cut into bite size pieces)

1/2 of an organic whole chicken or 4 skin on bone in chicken thigh or breast

(26 oz.) organic crushed tomato Jovial – Jovial Crushed Tomatoes (6×18.3 Oz)

4 C of organic low sodium chicken stock

4 C organic frozen mixed vegetables

4 stalks organic celery (sliced about 1/4″ thick) (optional)

1/2 of an organic yellow or white large onion (diced)


1 tsp of black pepper, salt, oregano, basil, thyme, garlic & onion powder

1 TBS Organic Cane Sugar


Once you have cut your potatoes, onion and celery it’s time to add your ingredients to the crock pot.

Place your chicken, tomato puree, chicken stock, potatoes, celery onion, mixed veggies and seasoning mixture into crock pot. Stir to get everything mixed together. Set on high for 6 or low for 8 hours.


Once done enjoy a nice hearty bowl of stew. Feel free to add a bit more sugar to your individual serving (that’s my preference since childhood).


What dish did you love as a child, that has been passed down for generations????

Enjoy & Thank you so much for stopping by!!!

Until Next Time,

Sewloveable 🙂

4 Ingredient Easy To Make Jerk Chicken

Need an easy dinner. This is a great dish to try.



2-3 pound of chicken
3 TBS Jamaican Jerk Seasoning ( I love Frontier’s Organic Salt-Free Jamaican Jerk Seasoning )
1/2 tsp Pink Himalayan Sea Salt
2 TBS of Grape seed Oil ( or oil of choice)


Preheat to 450° F

Line a baking sheet with parchment or foil.

In a small bowl add your oil, jerk seasoning and salt.

Place your chicken in a large bowl pour your jerk mixture onto the chicken. Rub it in to make sure each piece is evenly coated on both sides.

Place your chicken onto the lined baking sheet and bake for 45 minutes or until completely cooked through.

Serve with veggies of choice and rice or whatever you like. To check out some of my other jerk recipe’s click here, here, here, here & here.


Happy Cooking & Thank You for stopping by.

Sewloveable :mrgreen:

Easy No Fuss Coconut Rice

Many years ago a friend had me over for dinner. She had a great dinner that included coconut rice. That inspired me to give it a try. The first time I made it, it turned out well……but after that first time….I just couldn’t get the consistency right. So a few days ago I decided to give it another try to compliment a dish I wanted to experiment with. Well it turned out great and I have been able to duplicate the process. The process is super simple that my youngest who is learning to cook, made it all by herself. So now it’s time to share.


1 1/4 C of Brown Jasmine Rice (or rice of choice)
3/4 C water
1 1/2 C coconut milk
1/2 tsp salt
1 Tbs Cane Sugar


In a medium pot add rice, water, coconut milk, salt and sugar. Stir to mix together.

Set the stove on high and bring to a boil. Takes about 5 minutes (make sure your top is on the pot).

Once it begins to boil immediately reduce to a simmer for 25 minutes. Once it’s done serve with whatever you like.


Enjoy & Until Next Time,

Sewloveable ☺

Say Goodbye To Store Bought Microwaveable Popcorn’s Chemicals

A few day’s ago I was on my Beloved Pinterest.  I came across a pin on how to make your own Microwaveable Popcorn.  I had to try this ASAP.  My family loves, love, love Popcorn.  Due to the chemicals in Microwaveable Popcorn, my family has not had it in years and the air popper just didn’t taste as good.  So now I can have the best of both worlds.  Quicker and Healthier Microwaveable Popcorn.

Want to know what’s in your store bought popcorn check out this video below which will also show you just how simple it is to make it yourself.  Making it yourself gives you the ability to get creative with the way you flavor it.

C/O EverydayHealth

For tonight I made

My oldest daughter her fave…….oil(olive) an a little salt

My youngest daughter …….a little olive oil, salt and melted chocolate chips drizzled

For myself………olive oil, salt, cayenne pepper, paprika, cane sugar. I call it my Spicy Kettle Corn


Enjoy & Happy Popping!!! 🙂