Easy Chicken Sandwich Recipe

Easy Chicken Sandwich Recipe

My husband begs me to make this recipe almost every week, that’s how much he loves this chicken sandwich. And guess what, it’s easy!! Don’t you love to hearing when recipes are easy… And the family loves them! 

If you want to push the chicken sandwich over the top, try using the Texas Roadhouse Roll recipe for the buns. It makes the sandwich amazing!!

Easy Chicken Sandwich Recipe
An easy chicken sandwich recipe!
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
30 min
Total Time
40 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
30 min
Total Time
40 min
Ingredients
  1. 3-4 boneless chicken breasts
  2. 1/2 cup - 1 cup bread crumbs- Italian style
  3. 1 egg
  4. buns
  5. cheese
  6. lettuce
  7. tomato
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Spray a baking sheet/dish with cooking spray. Set aside.
  2. Take the chicken breast and cut in half length-wise (to form two thinner chicken breast cutlets).
  3. In a shallow dish, beat the egg until mixed. Set aside. In another shallow dish put bread crumbs in dish. Set aside.
  4. One by one, take the chicken and dip into the egg then coat with bread crumbs. Place the chicken onto a baking sheet. Repeat with the other chicken breasts.
  5. Bake chicken 30 minutes, turning after 15 minutes. Top with cheese the last couple minutes of baking.
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Like I said the recipe is easy. You only need 3 ingredients to make the chicken sandwich. 

Homemade Chicken Sandwich

Here is my setup when I make the sandwiches.

Homemade Chicken Sandwich Recipe

And the chicken after coating with egg and bread crumbs.

Chicken Sandwich Recipe

And then of-course the baked chicken breast.

Chicken Sandwich

I hope you enjoy this easy chicken sandwich recipe.

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Cubby Costume from “Jake & the Neverland Pirates”

It’s costume time again… And the next costume up is Cubby from “Jake and the Neverland Pirates”. And if you missed the last couple of weeks here is our Jake Costume & Izzy Costume

Cubby Costume Tutorial

But back to Cubby. I feel like this was the easiest costume of the three and the one I like the best. Our Cubby is very very small and because of this he does not have a map. In hindsight, it would have been a very good chew toy, not a sword…

Supplies Needed for Cubby Costume:
Blue Fabric (I used a little less than a 1/2 yard but amount could be different depending on the size you need)
Red Fabric (I used 1/2″ yard)
Orange Fabric (only need a little piece)
#4 yellow buttons
1″ elastic
White Shirt
And then of course pins, needles, scissors, ruler & thread

Just like the Jake costume, I used this Vest Pattern by Made. I printed the pattern at 80% for my 9 month old son. After printing the pattern, I tracked the pattern onto the blue fabric and cut out the pieces. You will cut out the pattern 2 times, one for the outer vest and other for the lining. Also some picture are from the Jake costume tutorial.

After cutting out the fabric, I sewed the top shoulder pieces together, making sure I did this for both vests. I used a 1/2″ seam unless stated otherwise.

Sewing Vest2

After sewing shoulders together, it was time to sew the two vest together. To do this, I placed the right sides of the vest pieces together. Then pinned the front of the vest together. Sew the two layers together (here is an example of sewing a vest together but you can sew all the way around the collar). Also pin the shoulder curves together and back of the vest, and then sewing the layers together. You will be leaving all the sides of the vest open, I repeat do not sew the sides of the vest together. If you notice in the picture I did sew the sides and I had to unpick them because you will not be able to turn the vest right side out.

Cubby Costume from Jake and the Neverland Pirates

This is what the vest should look like without the sides sewn together.

Sewing Vest3

After sewing the vest together, as shown above, I clipped the curves and corners of the vest to help it turn easier. Then turned the vest right side out through one of the side that were open. 

Cubby Costume from Jake and the Neverland Pirates

Then I ironed the vest.

Cubby Costume

Then I sewed the sides of the vest together and here is my finished vest…

Cubby Costume from Jake and the Neverland Pirates

 Next I added #4 buttons to the vest.

Cubby Costume from Jake and the Neverland Pirates

After sewing the vest. I cut a 4″ strip of blue fabric. I then folded it in half and sewed the edges together, making sure to leave 2″ along the middle open to turn the fabric. I then trimmed the fabric and turn it right side out. Then sewed 1/8″ away for the edge of the fabric. This gave me the bandanna.

Now it’s time for the shorts. I used this Shorts Pattern by Caila Made. But I adding a 1″ to the length of the legs. I printed the pattern at 97% for my 9 month-old son. After printing the pattern and adding an extra 1″, I tracked the pattern onto the red fabric and cut out the pieces.

Shorts

 I then followed the instructions on Caila Made on how to make the shorts. After I completed the shorts, I then added a little orange patch to the side of the shorts.

Cubby Costume from Jake and the Neverland PiratesAnd that’s our Cubby costume from Jake and the Neverland Pirates.

Cubby Costume

And look how happy this little guy is… You have got to love all the hair!

Cubby From jake and the neverland piratesAnd that’s the end of our Cubby costume tutorial, I hope you enjoyed it. How are your Halloween plans going? Any Parties?

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Week 26 Workout: Oct 20-Oct 26

Welcome to this weeks at home workout!!! I hope everyone had a great weekend. If you are new and would like to join our workout, start here, because we would love to have you…

Here’s a little motivation for this week:

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Truth time… I have been a real slacker with my workouts. I am starting to think that maybe I need to start going to the gym but we will see. How is your workout going?

Week 26 Workout