Chicken Pita Fajita Tacos

Chicken Pita Fajita Tacos

Chicken Pita Fajita Tacos


Tonight I needed to make something easy. I love tacos and I grew up eating them all the time. I was always a fan of crunchy corn taco shells. We would always make our own, since we didn’t like any of the ones from the store. Homemade shells are always better. We would eat them the same way all the time. I wanted to give a new look and taste  There are so many ways to make them, and here is one of my new takes on the great taco.


Green leaf lettuce


abt. 1 1/4 lbs. chicken breast

1/2 small onion

8 mini sweet peppers

fat free sour cream

1/2 tsp. ground cumin

1/2 tsp. garlic powder

1 large lime

1 pkg. McCormick Fajitas Seasoning Mix

Kerrygold Reserved sharp cheddar cheese shredded

2 1/2 small Avocados 1/2 avocado per

1/4 cup water

5 Papa Pita Greek Pita Flat Bread Classic White 7 in.


Dice chicken small, dice tomatoes, slice peppers, slice onion 1/4 in. thick then quartered, cut lime in quarters, slice avocado, and slice lettuce.

Sauté chicken, peppers, onion, cumin, , and garlic in non stick pan covered on medium low stirring occasionally until chicken is done abt. 7 min.

Add the seasoning mix, water, a quarter of the lime squeeze well, mix well and let cook until liquid is almost gone stirring occasionally

Scoop into pita flat bread and add toppings as desired.


Hot Dog Night

hot dog

Tonight was hot dog night. Hot dogs are usually very fatty. There are brands that make healthier hot dogs. Yesterday we bought the new Tostitos Queso Blanco Dip. We decided to put it on our hot dogs instead of using regular cheese. These hot dogs had  mustard, sweet relish, Tostitos Queso Blanco Dip, green onions, and the Hebrew National 97% Fat Free Hot Dogs.  I like lots of toppings on my hot dog.

Recipe Grilled Turkey & Fontina

Grilled Turkey and Fontina

Grilled Turkey and Fontina

I love the simple but tasty recipes. Sandwiches are great for lunch or dinner. They can make them for a large meal or for a small one. I love cheese and I have found that I love Fontina Cheese a lot. This light sandwich is great for a small lunch. It is quick and is very easy to make.

Grilled Turkey & Fontina


 1. 2 slices buttermilk bread

2. 4 thin slices of Roma Tomato

3. 3 Hillshire Farms Deli Select thin sliced Smoked Turkey

4. ¼ tsp. each of granulated garlic and dried oregano

5. A thin cut slice ¼ in thick of Fontina Cheese enough to cover bread



 1. Get George Foreman Grill out and turn it on

2. Slice cheese and tomato

3. Lay cheese down, sprinkle with the oregano and Granulated garlic, fold turkey slices in half and lay then on top side by side, lay down tomato and put other slice of bread on top

4. When Foreman grill is ready spray with cooking spray and grill sandwich for 2 ½ min.