Chicken Alfredo Sandwiches



magnolias in spring

I think I shrieked when I saw that the magnolias were blooming! This has to be one of my all-time favorite flowering trees in the spring…

magnolias in spring


magnolias in spring

magnolias in spring

I grabbed my camera and just went crazy…

magnolias in spring

magnolias in spring

It felt like I just couldn’t get enough photos of the tree and just kept snapping away…

When the kids started saying, “Heh, Mom, we’re hungry!” I knew that it was time to put the camera away and get them something to eat!

Do you ever open the door and stare inside of your full refrigerator and  think, “there is nothing in here to fix for lunch…”  That was me the other day. I stood and just stared at the icebox, while holding one child in my arms, while the other one sat on my foot and hugged my leg. I sighed. I scanned the kitchen and saw some french bread on the counter and then began to think,  “I wonder if I have any…”  and began to assemble some simple little sandwiches.

They turned out to be a hit, that is with my daugher anyway  ( my little boy still steadfastly refuses to part from his diet of bananas, peanut butter, noodles and milk……sigh). And my husband didn’t get any because…well, we ate them. Sorry, honey 🙂 but I’ll be making more some other time!

Sandwiches, they can be made out of “nothing” and still taste great!

Chicken Alfredo Sandwiches

First, heat according to the package’s directions:

        Tyson brand frozen grilled chicken breasts ( 1 breast will make about 2 sandwiches)

Then slice:

        french bread

into thick slices ( about 1 inch thick).Then open a jar of:

      Alfredo or creamy garlic sauce

and spread this over the bread slices…using about a tablespoon and a half per slice of bread. Then slice the grilled chicken breasts and arrange them over the slice of bread. Sprinkle:

      shredded cheddar cheese

over the top and broil in the oven until the cheese has melted. (If you would like to add a little heat to the sandwiches, add a few drops of tobasco or hot sauce to the sauce before spreading it on the bread)


1 thought on “Chicken Alfredo Sandwiches

  1. Hey Joan!
    I’m so impressed with all your talented photography work.
    I love Magnolia trees too!
    I think they are the most elegant blossom tree!
    You have a lot wonderful recipes online.
    You’re really creative with your cooking/baking skills!
    I also look forward to reading your blog each month.

    Happy Spring!!


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