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Build-Your-Own Greek Chicken Bowls Community Group Dinner

I hosted Community Group at my house a few weeks ago and wanted to share the super easy dinner I served! It’s a recipe you’ve seen before — Greek Chicken Bowls! Since I was feeding a group of 8 girls, I set up a build-your-own bowl station in my kitchen and it could not have been easier to throw together. Before I left for work that morning I threw 2 lbs of chicken and one bottle of Greek dressing in the crockpot and let it slow cook all day. When I got home I shredded the chicken and prepared the toppings — diced tomatoes, crumbled feta cheese, diced cucumbers (quickly marinated in olive oil, red wine vinegar and squeeze of lemon juice), diced red onion, hummus and tzatziki sauce! And on the side I offered warm laffa bread. It was a hit! So if you’re looking to feed a crowd I highly recommend this dinner.

I also didn’t have any extra time to make my table fancy so I quickly sprinkled some fresh eucalyptus down the center of the table and added some mini pink painted pumpkins.

It was a great night!

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Coach Laura

Friday 1st of November 2019

Great idea for a group. I'll have to try the chicken cooked in Greek dressing. Sounds yummy. I've done this for a potluck and added Kalamata olives, roasted herb-spiced bell peppers and dolmah from Trader Joe's - comes in a can - topped with lemon slices and sprinkling of pine nuts.

Leslie S

Thursday 31st of October 2019

This looks terrific! I’ve written ITV down and will be doing this next week! And the idea fir the eucalyptus and pumpkins was genius! Is struggle with centerpiece decor... Can you source your white bamboo chairs? So cute! I’m moving shortly after Christmas and trying to pull together some designs


Saturday 2nd of November 2019

They are from Ballard!


Tuesday 29th of October 2019

There’s April!! I don’t have IG so can’t follow her, but I loved and miss her blog!


Tuesday 29th of October 2019

Me too!!! I miss April too, and I also don't have IG! I think of her often and will visit her blog every once in a while for an update...maybe! Christina...your spread also looked delicious! Thank you for the great idea!! :)