Chicken Flautas

So I decided to go with my favorite nationality of food this week for Fat Kid Friday. MEXICAN!!!!! Every girls wet dream right?! I mean who doesn’t want to eat Mexican 7 days a week? I will tell you who, my husband…I know, I know, how do I love him with such a horrible flaw? I have learned to adjust and compromise but it is hard! I told him I wanted to make a new, fun Mexican dinner and he was actually on board, so I decided on Chicken Flautas.

They are always so yummy when we are out. The kids love them and I knew Matt would not turn them down if they were in his face. But I am trying to watch my cals and the kids are the worst in public right now, so I thought I would attempt them myself. I went with crock pot chicken, baked not fried, and tons of spices. They turned out pretty good!!!! Here we go…
INGREDIENTS:
Chicken Breasts
Chicken Broth
Pickled Jalapenos
Flour Tortillas
Shredded Cheese
Can of Cream of Chicken Soup
Spray Oil
Hot Sauce
BBQ Sauce
A ton of spices- I used…cumin, cayenne, onion powder, garlic salt, chilli pepper, paprika, salt and pepper
Step 1:
Gather all your spices and pour them all over your chicken. DON”T BE SCARED! The more spice the better.
Step 2:
Put chicken in the crock pot dosed with spices. Add one cup of broth AND 1/4 cup juice from pickled japs bottle! And throw in some jalapenos for good measure!
Step 3:
Wonder why on earth there are a bunch of sea shells on #3’s high chair
Step 4:
Once chicken is done cooking shred it up in a bowl. I had bone in chicken so it was kinda annoying to do. But it was worth it. Just took some time.
Step 5:
Add 1/4 cup hot sauce, 1/4 cup BBQ sauce, 1 can of cream of chicken soup, 1 Cup shredded cheese to the chicken and mix it up.
Step 6:
Listen to your kid tell you to go away…jerk
Step 7:
Take a couple spoonfuls of the chicken mix and roll in into a tortilla. Mine were big, but you know what I always say… 

the bigger the better.

Step 8:
Spray the roll ups with the spray oil and put in the oven on BROIL. This literally took 2 minutes and they needed to be turned.
Step 9:
Turn them
Step 10:
Set out salsa, sour cream and homemade guacamole…yeah girl, that shit was homemade (just smashed avocado’s, lots of salt and some salsa)
Step 11:
EAT THAT SHIT
This was really good. And really filling. I was full after 1 (but I was also slamming chips and dip) All the kids ate it and Matt gave me the thumbs up. SCORE

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