FREE Printable Easter Savings Recipes & Grocery List

The following post is brought to you by Favado.  Any opinions expressed are 100% my own.  

Easter is right around the corner (April 20th to be exact).  Do you know what you’ll be serving for Easter dinner yet?  We typically get together with my side of the family and have the traditional Easter fixings of ham with lots of delicious sides!  After we eat, we head outside to hide Easter eggs filled with candy and treats and we let all the kids (14 in all this year!) go and find them.  It’s always a great time and we make some precious memories together!

Did you know that there’s an easy way to find out the lowest prices on Easter foods like ham, potatoes, eggs, produce, and candy?  You can, with the Favado App!  A few months ago, my sister showed me the Favado App on her phone and I was so impressed that I downloaded it onto my iPad.

Why Do I Like the Favado App?


The main reason I like it, is because it allows me to look at my favorite stores and see what the best deals at those stores are.  It saves me time and money both, by matching current coupons with the sales at the stores.  I live in a rural community and don’t have many stores to choose from, but Favado even feature MY stores.  Stores like Walmart, Dollar General and Aldi!  These are stores I frequent on a regular basis!  In order to find your local stores, all you have to do is enter your zip code and the App will tell you all the deals for your area and show you where to print the coupon (if there is one).  It’s really cool!

Because Favado wanted to make your Easter meal really simple and affordable for everyone, they’ve created a FREE Easter Recipes & Grocery List for you to use in your meal planning! Each of the recipes calls for commonly used ingredients, that will most likely be discounted the week before Easter.

Delicious food, delicious savings…

Download Favado today (it’s free!) and save big on your ham, your eggs to color, and other delicious ingredients you’ll need for your Easter dinner!


Super Easy Slow Cooker White Chicken Chili

This recipe is so easy!  It’s a dump it in and be done type of recipe.  While you could use dry beans, I like having a canned version so that if I happened to forget to plan ahead, I could throw it all in the crockpot and put it on high for a few hours.  OR if all else fails, I could even make it on the stovetop pretty quickly, too.  We enjoyed it, I hope you will, too!

Super Easy Slow Cooker White Chicken Chili -

Slow Cooker White Chicken Chili

Serves 6


4 (15 oz) cans white beans (Great Northern, drained)
1 (15 oz) can pinto beans, drained
1 (14.5 oz) mexican diced tomatoes
1 (7 oz) can green chilis
1/2 C salsa
1 Tbsp taco seasoning
3 chicken breasts
1/2 C sour cream
1/2 C milk
1 tsp oregano
1 tsp cumin
2 tsp chili powder


Place all ingredients except chicken in slow cooker and stir so that it is well mixed.  Place chicken breasts on top and cover with bean mixture.  Cook on low for 7-8 hours or on high for 3-4 hours.

Freezer to Slow Cooker Instructions

This is one of those meals that you could prepare it all and put it in a freezer safe bag OR you could just throw it all in that day.  If you plan to prepare it, my recommendation is to do the following:

  1. Place all ingredients except chicken in freezer bag and mix well by stirring or squishing bag.
  2. Add chicken breasts.
  3. Label and lay flat to freeze.
  4. Follow cooking instructions above.

Slow Cooker Chicken Ranch Pasta

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Do you like cream cheese as much as I do?  Of course I like it!  It’s fattening!!  I have a knack for liking the most fattening foods…. go figure!  Well, this Chicken Ranch Pasta’s base ingredient (as in the one that makes the delicious sauce), is cream cheese.  It’s bound to be a good one if that’s the case, right?  Well, let me tell you, it WAS good.  But don’t just let me tell you about it, you should try this one on your own!

Here’s how:

Slow Cooker Chicken Ranch Pasta

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This recipe serves 8 people.


1 3 pound bag of frozen boneless, skinless chicken breast
2 tbsp butter, melted
1 oz packages of Ranch Dressing mix
2 cans cream of chicken soup
2 8 oz cream cheese, cubed
1/4 tsp dried oregano
1/2 tsp. dried parsley
1 tsp minced garlic
2 cups frozen broccoli
egg noodles – 16 oz package


  1. Sprinkle paprika and ranch dressing mix over both sides of each chicken breasts.
  2. Pour melted butter over all of the chicken breasts.
  3. Cook on low for 4-5 hours.
  4. Remove chicken from slow cooker and using a slotted spoon, strain any fatty chicken pieces, etc. that you would not mixed into your sauce.
  5. Put remaining ingredients, cream of chicken soup, cream cheese, oregano, parsley,minced garlic, and frozen broccoli in slow cooker.  Stir and/or whisk around until it’s not clumpy.
  6. Replace chicken into the slow cooker and cook another 1-2 hours on low.
  7. Boil egg noodles on stove top about 10 minutes before you’re ready to serve.
  8. Using scissors or a knife, chop chicken into smaller pieces.
  9. Add egg noodles and stir well, being sure to coat all noodles with the white sauce.

Freezer to Slow Cooker Instructions:

  1. Melt cream cheese in microwave.
  2. Stir together cream cheese, cream of chicken soup, oregano, parsley and minced garlic.
  3. Place mixture into a freezer safe bag.
  4. Staple to the 3 pound bag of chicken, being sure to label as Chicken Ranch Pasta.
  5. On cooking day, sprinkle frozen (or thawed) chicken breasts with paprika and ranch mix.
  6. Cook on low for 5 hours.
  7. Follow Directions 4-9 above.

Please note:  If you are going to be away for the day and it is not possible to add the ingredients in the middle of the day like that, it is possible to cook them all together.  The only reason that I give to add the other ingredients later into the cooking time is because milk products sometimes separate when cooked too long or boiled.  It’s not really a big problem though, you will just have to stir it back in once you get home.

Also, if you need to cook this on high, it is fine to do so, so long as you are following the instructions to add the sauce ingredients later.  Otherwise they will scorch if cooked on high for that long.  Cook on high for 4-5 hours total with 1 of those hours being for the sauce.

Let me know if you have any questions!