Chick-fil-a on a Sunday?!

Like I’m the only one who ever wanted this sacred deliciousness on a Sunday! How dare they shut down their business for religious reasons, okay, let me chill because everyone should be off on a Sunday. I’m just salty, but why be salty when you can skip the drive through and bring it on home!



  • Chicken breasts
  • Tomato
  • Grands buttermilk biscuits
  • Romaine lettuce
  • 2-3 cups Flour
  • Frying pan with vegetable oil
  • 1 egg
  • 1 small Watermelon
  • Littlehouse Homestyle Ranch
  • 1 bottle of Wyder’s raspberry cider
  • Fresh Raspberries


Heat your frying pan with vegetable oil enough to submerge the chick on medium heat. Careful to not have your oil super hot because if it’s too hot, it can immediately burn the flour and stop you from having crispy golden chicken. Using three plates you will create an egg wash. One to season the chicken, two to use an egg wash to coat the chicken and three to flip it around in your flour mix.


Bake your grands biscuits in the oven and cut them in half. Prep your mini melon in slices to have as a healthy choice side along side your chicken and biscuits, try to make it a little less sinful lol. IMG_2134

Never mind, we’re adding more sin because here comes the hard raspberry cider. Sorry its Sunday but how can you say no?! Spread your ranch and cut your tomato slices, snap off some romaine and build your chicken sandwich, bomb!  IMG_2146

**Pour a glass of Wyder’s raspberry cider and drop some fresh ones in to top it off! Enjoy this treat on a Sunday, get more for your money and save some gas. The cows will thank you.

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