Lemon Butter Chicken Breasts

By Holly Sosa

During the summer months lemon is one of my favorite ingredients to cook with. I love feeling the bright sunny flavor on my tastebuds and the added zest it brings to the meals I’m creating. Lemon Butter Chicken Breasts are a regular in my home lately because not only do I love them, but they’re easy to make; not to mention my kiddos love the chicken as much as I do!

I start my pounding my chicken until it’s just about a quarter of an inch thick.

Over a plate, I add some flour, lemon pepper, and some salt and mix it all together.

I coat each chicken breast in the flour mixture.

In a large skillet, I add a generous amount of butter and once it’s hot enough, I add my chicken breasts to the pan.

I cook the breasts for several minutes on each side until cooked through completely and remove them from the pan.

In the same pan, I add a couple of lemons that I sliced up and let them sizzle for a bit until they brown slightly.

I return the chicken to the pan and drizzle with the lemon juice, allowing everything to reduce for about three minutes or so.

This meal is a wonderfully bright summer dinner. I typically serve it with rice and green beans to keep it somewhat light and healthy. My children never complain when they hear I’m whipping up these Lemon Butter Chicken Breasts, which have become a favorite in the Sosa home. This meal also makes for great leftovers. I like to make a little extra so that I can make an extra lunch for my husband to take to work during the week. The leftover chicken could also be shredded and used for over a salad. The lemon flavor makes it a versatile ingredient for a variety of leftover creations.

Lemon Butter Chicken Breasts


  • 3 chicken breasts (boneless, skinless, and halved long ways)
  • 1/2 cup flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
  • 2 teaspoons lemon pepper
  • 1/3 cup butter
  • 2 lemons, sliced
  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice


  1. Place chicken between two piece of cling wrap and pound lightly until just about 1/4 inch thick; set aside.
  2. In a large plate combine flour, slat, and lemon pepper.
  3. Coat chicken in flour mixture; set aside.
  4. In a large skillet, add butter and once pan is hot, add chicken.
  5. Cook chicken for several minutes on each side until cooked through; remove from skillet.
  6. In same skillet add lemon slices and allow to cook until lightly browned.
  7. Add chicken back to skillet with lemons and drizzle lemon juice over the top.
  8. Allow butter and juices to reduce for several minutes before removing from the pan to serve.
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Back to School Teacher Bouquet

By Holly Sosa

This school year is a little extra special for my family. My littlest daughter, the baby of the family, will be starting her first year of pre-kindergarten. As a work from home mom, this is exciting for me because I know I’ll have several hours of uninterrupted time to work, but it’s bittersweet because she’s my baby and I do enjoy being able to play with her at home. Despite my missing her, I know she’ll be in good hands with her teachers. In our small town, the teacher has stayed the same and has taught my two older boys; so she’s a familiar face that will help put me at ease when I drop off my littlest to her each morning. To show my appreciation for Evelyn’s new-to-her teacher, I created a fun back to school teacher bouquet to for my little preschooler to give to her teacher as she walks through the door. This fun little gift will brighten the classroom with a familiar school supply while also letting her teacher know that we appreciate the hard work she put into her classes.

To start, I grabbed a trusty mason jar. These things are perfect for just about any craft, am I right?

I also grabbed an empty plastic water bottle and trimmed the top down to the same size as the mason jar before placing it inside.

Next I lined my mason jar with little craft puffs, you know the brightly colored ones that most of us can remember creating with as kids? I was able to find these at the dollar store. Since this was for a pre-k teacher, I kept the colors as they were in bright primary shades, but this could easily be transformed into a more elegant piece by using only the silver or gold puffs.

Then I added some water to the water bottle.

And dropped in some beautiful flowers. Yellow for friendship since the year should be full of new beginnings for my littlest and her teacher.

Teachers play such an important role in my children’s lives and this year, I’m hoping I can communicate to them just how much I appreciate their work in my kiddo’s education and development. Through little gifts like this Back to School Teacher Bouquet I’m hoping my children learn to better communicate their appreciation and respect to people in their lives. I’m hoping to also bring a smile to the educators that see my children every single day.

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Easy Cheesy Chicken Quesadillas

By Holly Sosa

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CampbellsShortcutMeals #CollectiveBias

I have three littles in school this year. Evelyn, my youngest (my baby!) begins Pre-K in a couple of weeks. I’ve been making supply lists while she’s deciding between a unicorn or puppy pack pack during our shopping trips to Walmart. She’s my firecracker child. You know, the kind of child friends call spirited. That’s my Evelyn girl. It’s reflected in her wild hair and mischievous little gap-toothed grin. I can’t help but worry about whether her teachers can handle all that spirit in between pack pack choosing. Evelyn has been my sidekick for four and a half years, carpooling big brothers to and from school, running errands, grocery shopping, laundry, and everything else. Both of us are going to have a completely new season of life in several short days and I’m doing all of the classic mama fretting.

One way I’m planning on giving her comfort while she takes on her first year of school is through some of her favorite meals. Easy Cheesy Chicken Quesadillas are one of the foods on her will-eat-most-days-list and not only will they be easy to pack for school lunches, but they make a simple dinnertime solution as well when made together with some veggies or a side salad. These quesadillas are extra awesome because I use a couple shortcuts (I don’t sacrifice flavor or quality!) to keep them easy to throw together on a crazy busy school night.

Three of the key ingredients are: Swanson® Premium Chicken, Pace®, and V8 Splash®. You can hover over my image to shop for each of these items!

I start by lightly buttering my griddle and placing a flour tortilla over it. Then I add loads of shredded cheddar cheese.

And then add some Swanson® Premium Chicken straight from the can since it’s already cooked and ready to use. This is the secret to the simplicity of my recipe.

Then I add some oregano and garlic salt.

And top it all with another flour tortilla.

I spread a little butter over the top tortilla before flipping my quesadilla to finish cooking.

Once the cheese is melty and chicken is nice and warm, I remove it and let it rest for about a minute or so before cutting it into slices.

Just look at that melty cheese!

I usually serve Easy Cheesy Chicken Quesadillas with a side of Pace® salsa for dipping. They offer genuine southwest flavor in a variety of textures and heat levels, so whatever mood Little Miss Spirit is in, they have an option for her.

Evelyn prefers hers with a cold (why she emphasizes cold, I don’t know…spirited, remember?) glass of lemon-lade. We keep a bottle of V8 Splash® in Pink Lemonade flavor special for her and I feel good about it because it offers great taste and nutrients since it’s made with real fruits and vegetables. Just don’t tell Evelyn, please, ha!

As a mother, food is often my love language and one of my favorite ways to express my love to my children. I’m thankful that Campbell Soup Company products makes is simple for me to serve up her favorite comfort foods and ease her through a new life chapter in school. Life has many seasons, but mom’s Easy Cheesy Chicken Quesadillas are dependably delicious!

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Borax-Free Glitter Force Slime

By Holly Sosa

This post is sponsored by Netflix.

I could sing for you the entire introduction song to Glitter Force. Glitter power is real and is here. In fact, Glitter Force so powerful that it’s even overthrown Evelyn’s other Netflix favorites. I’m not going to pretend even for a second that I’m bothered by the glitter and makeup talk, though. I embrace all things glitter and rainbows, so this is a show I can get behind. I’ve always been the girliest of girlie and I love that my little girl seems to enjoy it as much as I did do.

I’ve been so grateful for our Netflix subscription lately. With record breaking temperatures in the high 110F, going outside is pretty much out of the question since I don’t have a pool (I live literally in the middle of the desert). Glitter Force is number one lately and since Evelyn and I can’t fight battles like our glittered friends, I thought I’d take some sparkly inspiration from our girl, Emily, and create some Glitter Force Slime to play with.


  • one bottle of glitter glue
  • baking soda
  • contact lens solution

I started with a bottle of glitter glue.

And added half a tablespoon of baking soda and gave it a good stir to incorporate it throughout the glue.

And a tablespoon and a half of contact lens solution.

I mixed it all up. The more I played and stirred, the more it became pliable. Eventually I had to remove the slime to mix it together more with my hands.

This Glitter Force Slime was so simple to make that I let Evelyn have a go at making her own. This was such a great hands on project for her to get involved with. She was so proud of her work!

And yes, it was that simple to create. In fact, I loved making the slime so much, my daughter and I made a total of four colors. We tried to make one for each of the Glitter Force gals, but we couldn’t find all of the necessary colors. Evelyn and I played with each color separately and then combined them for the ultimate glitter rainbow slime.

What are you currently watching on Netflix? Do you also have Glitter Force playing on your TV or is it another show your kids just can’t get enough of? Let’s chat Netflix in the comments below.

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Adventuring in the Mazda CX9

By Holly Sosa

I partnered with DriveShop and Mazda to facilitate this post. I was given a Mazda CX9 to test drive for the duration of our vacation, but I was not paid for this review. Thank you to Drive Shop and Mazda for partnering with me. And thank you readers for supporting the brands that support this blog and my family.

All year we dream of our summer adventures in Michigan. We go every year, a Michigan bucket list in hand, and make memory after memory together with our aunts, uncles, grandparents, and cousins. We breathe in the sweet scent of white pine and sugar maples. We rush to get our first glimpse of Great Lake Huron imagining that if we squint hard enough, maybe we could see the other side. We eat pasties from Kathy’s and our weights in fudge from Mackinac Island. We buy cheesy tourist souvenirs from shops called The Red Barn and Poppins. Michigan is our family’s own version of Disneyland. While many dream of mouse ears and fairies, we dream of Petoskey stones and s’mores.

This summer we were able to bring all five of our children with us. That’s one big blended family, my friends. We knew the best way to visit Michigan with our little tribe was in the Mazda CX9 since it seats eight. For two weeks, we drove a beautiful gray Mazda around the Great Lakes State and she did not disappoint. The CX9 took us all over North Eastern Michigan in comfort and style.

We visited Frankenmuth, where we played at the Zhender’s Splash Village Water Park and ate Zhender’s Famous Chicken Dinner. Aiden even tried some chicken liver patê.

We visited Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland, the world’s largest Christmas store, with over seven acres of Christmas decorations, ornaments, lights, and everything else necessary for decking the halls and fa la la la la-ing.

We enjoyed Tim Horton’s (which is really a Canada thing, but they’ve seeped into Michigan) drinks and TimBits.

We picnic-ed on the a grassy shore of Lake Huron’s coast.

We crossed the Mackinac Bridge.

Our CX9 took us to the best canoe spot in Northern Michigan, just off the Au Sauble River.

We visited cousins and made family memories.

We took a ride on the Au Sauble River Queen.

We fished. And we fished. And we fished some more.

Our Mazda CX9 took us to a dairy farm where we pet baby cows and chased around some chickens.

We learned the history of the Thunder Bay area and it’s lighthouse.

With five children and two adults traveling up and down the eastern coast of Michigan, we needed a vehicle that could handle not only the wear and tear of our family, but the constant changing of topography. The Mazda CX9 help up beautifully and even had safety featured to ensure we stayed within our lanes. Cupholders galore, room enough for the kiddos to not get on each other’s nerves for being too close, and backseat air control were my mom favorites about the vehicle. With the optional third row being used, there wasn’t much room for our luggage or groceries, but when the row is tucked away, there is more trunk space than I could ever dream of. The navigation panel was handy since we were in mostly rural areas and needed to rely on it more than a few times, but I was disappointed I couldn’t search a popular destination without having the exact address. My husband especially loved that he could connect his phone to the system to play his Pandora stations and his Spotify playlists. He was also pretty impressed with the automatic windshield wipers. The Mazda CX9 made for a great family vehicle (despite my gripe about the trunk space, ha!) and handled everything Pure Michigan and the Sosa Tribe could throw at it.

For more information on the Mazda CX9, be sure to visit MazdaUSA.com to see what other people think about the vehicle and to find a dealer near you.

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4 Simple Steps to a Mega Bathroom Refresh

By Holly Sosa

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #MegaSummerRefresh #CollectiveBias

My guest bathroom gets some heavy use. We love hosting family and friends for movie nights, community group, and just to hang out; so the bathroom gets it’s fair share of traffic. Since it’s a small area, it’s easy to give it a quick facelift. I don’t have to renovate my entire bathroom to make it feel refreshed and new. Inspired by one of the Quilted Northern® character, Little Miss Puffy Tail, I decided to update my bathroom with a farmhouse feel this summer. Just a few simple changes can help to create a mega bathroom refresh.

Shower curtain

Swapping out the shower curtain is a small change that completely changes the look and feel of my bathroom. Since I’m totally obsessed with farmhouse decor, I went with a neutral curtain to replace my older more bold curtain.

Hand towel storage

Continuing with my farmhouse refresh, I added a galvanized container that I picked up at my local Target’s dollar section. I’m using this for hand towel storage. I also tucked a small bottle of lotion in side for guests to use.


Adding some foliage or florals to the back of the toilet pulls the room together. For me, I think it makes the toilet look a little less obvious.

Quilted Northern Ultra Soft & Strong® Mega Rolls

Here’s what my bathroom looked like before.

With all the people who use my guest bathroom, I need a good supply of toilet paper. My favorite will forever be the Quilted Northern Ultra Soft & Strong Mega Rolls. These bad boys have four regular rolls in one! It lasts forever and I rarely have to swap out an empty roll. It seriously goes on and on and on…and on. The plump rolls also look great displayed in my refreshed farmhouse bathroom. I saved 10% off my Quilted Northern Mega Toilet Paper by using the Cartwheel offer, valid 6/20-7/8.

Save and buy 3 packs of Quilted Northern Mega Toilet Paper to get a $5 Target Gift Card (valid 6/18-6/24).

If you love my Little Miss Puffy Tail inspired mega bathroom refresh, you can vote for her (or your favorite) Quilted Northern character-inspired bathroom: Daddy Gator, Little Miss Puffy Tail and Sir Froggy for a chance to win a $1,000 Grand Prize or a $250 Target Gift Card! The sweepstakes runs from 6/19-8/1 and you can enter via the widget below.

#MegaSummerRefresh #Sweepstakes (6/19 to 7/31)

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Military Family Care Package, Share a Coke

By Holly Sosa

This shop/post has been compensated by Collective Bias, INC. and The Coca-Cola Company, all opinions are mine alone. #CokeDGSupportMilitary #CollectiveBias

Military roots runs deep in my family. From my uncles and both grandpas to my cousins and siblings. But none have impacted me more than my little sister’s service to her country. Cortney started her life after high school in the Navy as a corpsman, which took her to North Carolina for a number of years. When she completed her term, she moved back to our hometown and became a police officer while completing her time as a reserve. She met her husband in the reserves and after they became pregnant, she left her career as a police officer to become a full time mother and Marine Corps wife. My sister is my best friend and I’ve been blessed to have her close (she’s been in San Diego – only a few hours drive – for some years now), but recently her husband was transferred to North Carolina, which is a much longer drive than three hours from my SoCal home.

Being away from my sister is hard and being apart from my niece and nephew is even harder. I’m thankful for technology; we keep in touch through an app where we can video chat daily to one another, but one of my favorite ways to connect with my sister and her family is through little care packages. Inspired by the Dollar General, USO, and Coca Cola’s partnership to, “Share an ice cold Coke with military heroes!”, I put together a little box for my personal heroes.

I started with a plain brown box I found at my local Dollar General.

And added some blue construction paper to the flaps.

And then some red before I embellished it with some patriotic stickers and wrote a sweet and simple little note.

I filled it with goodies I know are some of my sister’s favorites and special toys that I know my niece and nephew will love.

When I was done, I pulled out one of the Dollar General exclusive LIMITED EDITION Share a Coke® cans I’d picked up along with the care package goodies. Only when I was pulling it out, I realized that there was more than one can that described my incredible little sister. I just had to hop into our app and send her a little video of me thanking her for her service and telling her how super cool I think she is that she has two cans and not just one that was made just for her.

Please join me along with Dollar General, the USO, and Coca-Cola by helping to reach a goal of sending 25K messages of love, support, and gratitude to our nation’s service members and their families. The message you send will go directly to service members around the world. You can also help by buying the exclusive 5-can limited edition series highlighting: Veteran, Service Member, Military Spouse, Military Mom, and Military Dad.

Write and send your message through the Destination Coke website and to learn about more ways you can help support the USO.

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Summer Travel Essentials for Big Families

By Holly Sosa

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser, Walmart Family Mobile. All opinions are mine alone. #SummerIsForSavings #CollectiveBias #WFM1

My family and I are mere days away from our major summer vacation plans to visit my side of the family in Northern Michigan. We are taking all five of our kiddos across the country from the SoCal High Desert to Northern Michigan. We’ll be taking two planes and a van ride to get us to our rural destination and have adventures planned over the course of two weeks. Traveling with our large family will be quite the challenge, but we’ve travelled together before and I’m drawing off of our previous experiences to get us through this trip of a lifetime. This is my comprehensive list of summer travel essentials for big families like mine.

LG Grace Phone and Walmart Family Mobile Plan, powered by T-Mobile

I use the Unlimited * Talk, Text, & Data which includes up to *15GB of 4G LTE then 2Gn the $49.88 PLUS Plan from Walmart Family Mobile. My younger kiddos share their LG Grace phone to call their other parents (we’re a blended family), send them a text, and take pictures. It’s a simple way to stay connected while they travel since they don’t need a phone all of the time. I can easily walk into Walmart knowing I’m getting the best priced no-contract wireless plan, pick the phone, pick the plan, and go. No renewals or contracts to worry about and no late fees or activation fees to factor in. Since they use Nationwide coverage on T-Mobile’s 4G LTE network, I also don’t have to worry about whether or not they’ll have service when they do call and interact with their other parents on the line. As an added bonus, while we’re on the $49.88 PLUS Plan, we receive a free VUDU movie rental credit (valued at $7.00) each time we renew the service.

A printed itinerary

Maybe I’m old fashioned, but I believe a printed itinerary is essential when traveling with a large family. I print off all our confirmations, hotel reservations, and travel details and store them in my trusty paper planner to ensure we have all the information we need. This is also helpful in the event of an emergency or a spontaneous change of plans.

A backpack

With kiddos, even older ones, a backpack is one item I never regret bringing on our summer travels. Someone always needs me to hold something, cuts and scrapes are inevitable, and it gives me a safe place to store sunscreen, bug spray, and extra water. As a serial souvenir shopper, it’s also handy for my inevitable magnet purchase as we explore new towns and areas.

These three essentials have been my true blue sidekicks during previous adventures with my big family. While there’s bound to be a bit of chaos, at least it’s controlled chaos thanks to these helpful tools. I’d love to hear some of your travel essentials and advice you have to offer my large family before we embark on our summer journey.

To learn more about Walmart Family Mobile and their best priced no-contract wireless plans, be sure to visit their social hub where you’ll see how bloggers like me have used the service.

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Cherry Pickin’ Chocolate Ice Cream Sammies

By Holly Sosa

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SoHoppinGood#BlueBunny #BombPop #CollectiveBias

My family has a pretty major summer trip coming up to visit our family in Michigan. While most families travel to tourist destinations and theme parks for their summer trips, Michigan is my family’s own personal playground. We look forward to our annual trip to the Great Lakes State and I love using it as an opportunity to educate my kiddos on my home state. For instance, Michigan cherries are one of the states most prized specialty crops. I’m a total cherry snob and believe Michigan cherries to be superior (see what I did there?) to all other cherries. While we’ve been counting down the days to our trip, I’ve been getting my kiddos excited by reading books about Michigan and enjoying cherry-based treats like these Cherry Pickin’ Chocolate Ice Cream Sammies made with the most amazing ice cream flavor from Blue Bunny® called Cherry Pickin’ Chocolate®.

To start, I grab some refrigerated sugar cookie dough and bake it according to the instructions.

Once the cookies have baked and had time to cool, I pull out Cherry Pickin’ Chocolate Blue Bunny Ice Cream and place a big scoop on the bottom of one of the sugar cookies. Blue Bunny ice cream is made with fun, fresh ingredients and I love their fun spins on classic flavors like my beloved cherries. Plus it’s available at Walmart where I do my family’s weekly grocery shopping, making it easy to deliver tasty summer memories!

I grab another cookie and place it right on top of the scoop and gently press it down to create a delicious little ice cream sammie.

These can be enjoyed immediately or placed in an air tight container and stored in the freezer to enjoy later.

My kiddos (and husband!) were so excited to enjoy these tasty Cherry Pickin’ Chocolate Ice Cream Sammies. They enjoyed every last bite while they chatted about our visits to Michigan in the past and what their favorite parts about the state are. Our cherry themed treat was so delicious and created the perfect summer memory even before our trip has begun!

For us, ice cream and summer go hand it hand; so it makes sense that many of our summer memories are connected to the frozen treat. In fact, The Original Bomb Pop® was my favorite summer treat as a little girl and I buy them every year for my own kiddos to enjoy on the front steps of our home. Blue Bunny’s summer game is strong with our family, ha!

For more Blue Bunny inspired ideas, recipes, and memory makings be sure to visit the social hub where you’ll find all of that and more from bloggers like me.

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3 Reasons Legoland California Should Be On Your Summer Bucket List

By Holly Sosa

This post is sponsored by Legoland California. All thoughts, opinions, and ideas are my own. Thank you to Legoland California for partnering with me and thank you readers for supporting the brands that support this blog and my family.

My family’s summer bucket list isn’t complete until we’ve had our annual trip to Legoland California. We’ve gone every single year for four years now and we leave with the most memorable experiences every single time. Lines are minimal, staff is friendly, and there are things for everyone to participate in. Delicious food, affordable prices, and tons to explore are just a few of the reasons Legoland California should be on your summer bucket list, but in case that’s not enough, here are three more reasons to entice to you one of my family’s favorite summer places.

Everyone can participate

One of my most favorite parts about our Legoland visits is that there is quite literally something for everyone in the family. During my family’s first visit, my youngest was just two and she even was able to participate on a couple rides, explore the park, and tons more. I’m such a sap because I totally cried when I realized just how inclusive of everyone the park is. There were faster paced rides for my older boys, but I was appreciative of there being things available for all of us to do as a family.

Granny’s apple fries

Granny’s apple fries are so delicious, I’d pay park admission just to enjoy this signature snack. The apples are cut into classic french fry shapes and coated in a cinnamon sugar outside. They’re served with a dollop of cream and they’re amazingly delicious!

Three parks to explore

Legoland, the Sea Life Aquarium, and the Legoland Water Park are all in one central location and could easily stretch into a two or three day visit. Each park has a variety of features, rides, and activities for kiddos and adults alike (don’t lie, you sort of like playing with Legos too).

We will be heading to Legoland later this summer and I can’t wait to share our experience with you all again (2014, 2016). All of our kiddos are a bit older this year and will be able to remember our summer traditions that the park has fostered with us over the years.

Be sure to visit the Legoland California page on Facebook for all the latest updates. To buy park tickets, visit the Legoland California website.

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