Buffalo Chicken & High Five Prowler Power

 

Hey all! Can you believe it’s the weekend already!? Tonight I’m having a girls night out and am currently sitting in my living room doing my hair – I can’t wait to dance! Since I still have a bunch of stuff to do to get ready so let’s get right into it:

 

 

I love reading Meg’s High Five Friday posts and am so happy I started linking up and joining in the fun.

 

 

This week’s high fives go to:

 

  • Karli – After only a few weeks of strength training Karli was able to box squat 135lbs on the safety squat bar. I love that she came out of her comfort zone and really pushed herself.

 

  • Vivette – With her wedding only 3 weeks away Vivette really wanted to see how much she could push herself. She volunteered to try our prowler challenge where you do as many 15 yard lengths as possible in 10 minutes. Vivette got 24 lengths (12 trips)! She paced herself and pushed it and I’m so super proud of her.

 

  • Shauna, Emily, Rachael, Vanessa, Leigh-Ann, Christine – All of these ladies blew my socks off this week! They each pushed the prowler…..with 435lbs on it! They pushed and didn’t give up and it made my heart happy.

 

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Rachael, Emily & Shauna

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Vanessa in action!

 

You ladies are all amazing and you should be so proud of what you can do!

 

 

Stuffed Buffalo Chicken Breast

 

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This is really so simple that it doesn’t really need a recipe but here is how I make one of our new favourite stuffed chicken breasts.

 

  1. Take a boneless, skinless chicken breast and cut a little pocket in the middle
  2. Stuff each chicken breast with some sliced cheese (we typically use marble) and a tablespoon or so of cream cheese
  3. Seal the pocket with some toothpicks
  4. Season the outside of the chicken breast with some salt and pepper – and anything else you’d like
  5. Baste chicken with some buffalo sauce (we use Frank’s Red Hot Buffalo or original) with a tablespoon of butter melted in – the butter is totally optional
  6. Cook chicken at 375° until the chicken reaches an internal temperature of 170° F which takes about 45 minutes or so depending on how thick your chicken breasts are
  7. As the chicken is cooking I continue to baste it in the hot sauce to ensure it’s sticking to the meat

 

 

That’s it! If you like spicy chicken wings give this a shot. The cheese in the center helps cut the spiciness and it’s just awesome. I hope you like it!

 

 


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    says

    Amazing recipe babe! And thanks for doing HFF again :) I am so happy you love them this much :) That’s awesome :) I love them too :) Thanks for handing out high fives to your clients! I love reading about them :) It just gets me even more fired up to come train with you ;) You’re my inspiration, Chelsey! Love you!

    xoxo

    Have a fun girls night out :) Sounds incredible
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