Slow Cooker Lemon Garlic Chicken Breasts

Alright, as promised, here is the recipe for the delicious lemon garlic chicken I made for dinner last night. However, it was so good that I forgot to take a picture of it – doh!! So, to sum up, it looks like chicken. 😀

Slow Cooker Lemon Garlic Chicken Breasts

  • 4-5 chicken breasts, rinsed and patted dry
  • 1 tsp minced garlic (or use 3 fresh cloves)
  • 1 cup lemon juice
  • 1/4 cup olive oil or grapeseed oil, coconut oil, etc)
  • black pepper
  • seasoning salt
  • Lemon Garlic Mrs. Dash seasoning

This recipe is so simple, I love it. Just mix together the olive oil, lemon juice and minced garlic in a bowl. Then pour it in your (large) slow cooker. Place the chicken breasts in the liquid, and turn them once so they are all coated in the sauce. Sprinkle the chicken with pepper, seasoning salt (optional) and Mrs. Dash Lemon Garlic spice on each side. Put the lid on, and cook on HIGH for 3-4 hours (depending on thickness of chicken – cut one open before serving to check doneness). It comes out so tender and flaky, you hardly need a knife!

Next time I will remember to take a picture for my recipes, geez. Anyway give it a try for dinner one night, it’s so easy after a long workday. Love it.

My Fave Breakfast – Toast n’ Eggs!

Sooo Day 2 of getting back to the weights is done, and it was Leg Day. I am having difficulty walking around my place and up the stairs… Seriously. I am about to go for a nice long walk in a bit too. Will I survive? Only time will tell. To see the workout I did, check out my recent post with some free training plans…

Well, I had one of my absolute favourite breakfasts for lunch today, just because. It’s so simple but I just love it. My grandpa used to make this for me all the time as a kid so maybe it’s a bit of nostalgia too. Although probably I like it because it’s just damn tasty.

eggs on toast

Easy Toast n’ Eggs

Simple! Just fry up those eggs in some olive oil, I like mine so that they are still runny and make the toast all “smooshy” (actual culinary term, I am pretty sure). I fry mine with green onions and then add pepper to it afterwards. Up to you – experiment to find your fave way to do it! I also like to top my eggs on toast with avocado, berries, or other in-season things sometimes.

Macros: depends on what bread you use – calculate your macros using MyFitnessPal or another similar website if you desire.

Nom nom! For some reason, so satisfying. Well, now I am ready to take on the rest of the day – which for me includes a long walk on this nice and cool cloudy day, making dinner (I’ll post the recipe tomorrow – healthy lemon garlic slow-cooker chicken breasts!) and an evening of getting some work done. (Maybe?) 😉