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…
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:
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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