Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Well-Together Challenge: Conclusion

Week four of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care's Well-Together Challenge is now complete. Did you miss my previous posts? You can link to them here:

Last week, I chose to make Elle's Lazy Girl's Cordon Bleu

It was very easy to make and took very little time and preparation. First I sliced the chicken and stuffed a piece of honey maple ham and extra sharp cheddar inside each breast. I then coated each in plain bread crumbs and layered another piece of ham, roasted red peppers and more cheddar on top. Pop into the oven and wait! That's it! I served the chicken with rice and three-cheese focaccia, though it would have been good with a green veggie or small salad, but it was delicious all the same!

The boys liked it too!

This marks the official conclusion of the Well-Together Challenge, however it has inspired me to incorporate new meals into our family dining plan throughout the year. I hope it has inspired you as well. 

I want to thank Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Digital Influence Group for inviting me to participate in this challenge. I thoroughly enjoyed trying something healthy and new with the opportunity to share with all of you. Head over to see how Elle of Elle's New England Kitchen did with her getting back into the practice of yoga challenge.

I’ve partnered with Harvard Pilgrim on this sponsored post but the thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. You can find more ways to be well at HarvardPilgrim.org/CountUsIn. You can also follow Harvard Pilgrim on Facebook and Twitter - use the hashtag #welltogetherchallenge for more tips on how to live well.


  1. And you have such appreciative children to gobble it up rather than want junk food!

  2. Your boys are such good little eaters! Thanks for the challenge you gave me, I'm happy to back into my yoga. :)

  3. yum that chicken looks soooo good! I wish I could eat it right now.. no lie! (: I hope my children like the foods I cook one day! (:


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