A Product Review Of Stouffer's Chicken Alfredo Large Family Size Dinner

It's the end of a very long stress filled day. You're tired. You plop down on your couch and through the exhaustion, you feel your stomach rumbling. Too tired to cook anything, and too lazy to go back out in the world and buy something, you plop a frozen meal in the microwave.

There are some terrific meals in a box that don't really taste like it. The Banquet Homestyle Bakes Creamy Cheesy slow cooker chicken and shrimp alfredo is one my favorites. Priced at around $3 at an area Walmart, you can't beat it. The preparation is simple and it takes about 40-45 minutes to bake it once you've prepared in less than 5 minutes.



For the wine enthusiast no gift could match a table top wine chiller. This gadget is convenient and useful chicken alfredo delish being as bulky as the full case wine cooler. Add in a bottle of wine, a set of wine glasses, a reusable stopper or two and maybe even the book The Billionaire's Vinegar : The Mystery of the World's Most Expensive Bottle of Wine by Benjamin Wallace and you're not going to see your happy sipper for a while.

Now when you think of pizza, you think a tomato sauce topped which mozzarella cheese and other toppings. This Roasted Garlic Chicken Pizza is a little different from that. For one, there is no tomato based sauce. Instead there is a chicken and cream. The cheese is reduced fat mozzarella cheese. The cheese is topped with chicken, roasted garlic pieces, and onions. It really is a great and delicious combination of toppings. They all complement each other quite well.

The menu slow cooker chicken alfredo at Gianeselli's has a lot of different items to offer. You can start your meal off with some great appetizers. They serve roasted pork bruschetta, cheese bread, pizza bread, shrimp cocktail, a bleu cheese chip melt, and my favorite spinach, artichoke and onion dip! The appetizers are fairly large so make sure that you save room for your meal.

Although there were microwave cooking directions, I decided to choose the oven cooking method for the best crust texture. Although the box didn't say this was the best method, I think that it is. It was easy to bake. I just removed the pizza from the box and overwrap, placed in a preheated 400 F oven and bake until the cheese is melted and golden. However, I did place the frozen pizza on a cookie sheet instead of placing the pizza directly on the rack as the instructions stated.

While you are getting your pizza from Aroma's pizza don't forget the dippers. The dippers come in a variety of choices such as ranch dip, pizza sauce, and guacamole. The dips start out at $1.95 and go to $3.95.