super simple sun-dried tomato chicken

Hello lovelies + Happy (day after) the 4th of July!

We hope you all had a blast yesterday. It rained nearly all day here, so we took the kids to a movie {where we duked it out with everyone else who had the exact same idea} But it was a nice, relaxing day. And now it doesn’t feel like Friday. ;}

In honor of the most fun + meaningful holiday of the summer, we thought we’d drop in for a quick snippet so share our very favorite red, white and (almost blue) dish. Perfect for last minute fabulous preps, it’s super simple + amazingly delish.

super_simple_sundried_tomato_chickenIf you’re anything like us, you kind of go through phases with your foods. We totally do, anyway. You may already make something like this… we’ve tried a version or two of it, and a friend of ours mentioned it this last spring. With a little adjustment on our part {we’re total foodie nerds} here’s a super yummy dish we love.


Just take some chicken breasts or strips (we always go organic) and sprinkle it with basil seasoning. We then slice up some fresh green {and sometimes red} peppers and stack them on top. Next, we sprinkle in some (super yummy) goat cheese + then finish it off with a few sundried tomatoes.

All of it to taste – We tend to pile it on and eat it on the side, as well. ;}


Into the oven it goes : 20-25 minutes for around 350 degrees, depending on how your oven bakes.


Tada! We love ours with a side of spinach salad, homemade bread… and of course, a big yummy potato. It’s easy, nearly effortless… and not too shabby on the health side of things either.


Enjoy! + Happy summery holidays!

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Responses to super simple sun-dried tomato chicken

  1. Nicole says:

    I saw your title and the image in my head was a shrivelled chicken, lol. In my defense, I was researching mummification for a homeschool project.
    This looks SO much better than that, haha!

  2. Alexis says:

    Yummy! We are so making this.

  3. Angela says:

    Looks delicious!

  4. Anna says:

    Yum. Yum!

  5. Rachel says:

    This is in the oven right now and it smells amazing. I can’t wait to eat it.