Chicken Alfredo Recipe and BOGO Ragu at Publix

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of RAGÚ® Pasta Sauce. All opinions are entirely my own.

Families these days are always on the go and rarely ever have time to make or eat a filling home-cooked dinner as a family. RAGÚ® has made it easy for those days that you want a hot, homemade, filling meal without the mess or a headache!

NOW through October 11, your local Publix is offering a BOGO on RAGÚ Pasta Sauce! Which means you can assemble ingredients for 2 meals in ONE trip to the store! Head on over to the Publix online weekly BOGO page to find out more about this offer!

We enjoy RAGÚ Family Size Cheese Creations Classic Alfredo. It comes in 16 oz and 21.5 oz jars. RAGÚ Classic Alfredo is a thick, creamy Alfredo sauce that’s packed with Parmesan and Romano cheeses. It is made with real cheese and fresh cream so it is bursting with cheese flavor. It is great on a variety of dishes! Find it in the pasta sauce aisle at Publix.

Below I have come up with a delicious alternative to pasta con broccoli by taking out the high carbs and adding a load of protein – good for your body and filling to your tummy!

Chicken Con Broccoli

What you need

1 lb boneless chicken breasts
1 can mushrooms
1 can diced tomatoes
1 jar RAGÚ Family Size Cheese Creations Classic Alfredo Pasta Sauce (21.5 oz.)
2 heads of fresh broccoli
1 cup of fresh parmesan
1 can chicken stock
butter
salt
pepper
minced garlic

Cook time 40 mins/prep time 5 mins

Cook the chicken
Wrap each chicken breast in their own foil packet. Each foil packet should include 1 tsp. butter, salt and pepper. Bake at 350 degrees, for about 30-40 minutes, depending on the size of the chicken breast.

Sauce
In a large saucepan, add your broccoli, chicken stock, salt, and pepper. Cover and steam broccoli until soft. While cooking broccoli in a large skillet, add 1 tsp. butter and minced garlic. Sauté garlic until butter is melted, then add the RAGÚ Classic Alfredo Pasta Sauce. Next, add the mushrooms and diced tomatoes. Stir constantly until hot. Add the fresh parmesan, stir. When the parmesan is melted into the sauce, drain the broccoli and add the broccoli to the sauce. Stir. Bring sauce to a boil for 5-10 minutes, stirring occasionally.

Add the chicken to a plate and cover the chicken with the sauce, adding salt and pepper to taste! Enjoy!

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Author: Kristin

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I am a single mom to 6 children – three teens & three under 10. I was born and raised in St. Louis, MO, graduated high school in St. Louis in 1998 (that should tell you how old I am!).

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