Creamy Barbecue Chicken #PAMSmartTips + Le Creuset #Giveaway

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of PAM Cooking Spray.

With the holidays coming, all I can think about are all the holiday cookies, appetizers, sides, roasts, turkey and desserts I will soon be able to enjoy. Sometimes however, I’m not sure if I enjoy preparing the meal or simply eating it the most. Depending on the day you ask me, my answer just might be different. I admit – I have not always been the best cook and as I was preparing dinner the other night, I was reminded of just how far I’ve come in the cooking department.

A I was preparing my creamy barbeque chicken dinner and thinking about the possibility of hosting Thanksgiving dinner, I began to reminisce about the time in college, when a friend and I had the bright idea to host a dinner party. Being the inexperienced party hosts we were, we shopped for ingredients the afternoon of the party and started cooking a mere hour before our guests arrived. Supreme party planners we were not!

We started our one and only appetizer, potato skins, first. Assembling them was no problem, but things came to a screeching halt once we took them out of the oven. Somehow, during the cooking process, the potato skins and the pizza pan we cooked them on melded together to make one heavy, bumpy pan. There was no salvaging the appetizers so we quickly threw together our main course and pretended the potato skins never existed.

Our guests were none the wiser about our faux pas, but all these years later it still makes me laugh and puts a grin on my face knowing how far I’m come and how much more wiser as a cook I am. Had we just used a little PAM cooking spray the potatoes wouldn’t have stuck and I wouldn’t have had to buy a new pizza pan the next day.

Ever since PAM has had a permanent place in my kitchen. Just a few sprays help create the perfect dish every time. Including this delicious and creamy barbecue chicken recipe.

Serves 4-6


4-6 chicken breasts
6 ounces non-fat Greek yogurt
3 tablespoons barbecue sauce (add more for a stronger flavor)
1 ½ teaspoons honey
Few pinches breadcrumbs
PAM Original Cooking Spray


– Preheat oven to 350 degrees
– In small bowl combine Greek yogurt, barbecue sauce and honey
– Spray the bottom of a glass baking pan with PAM Original cooking spray and add chicken breasts
– Coat chicken with the barbecue sauce mixture, top with breadcrumbs
– Bake for 25-30 minutes, or until done
– Serve with your favorite side dish and enjoy!

 Happy cooking!

 While PAM cooking spray has always been a lifesaver in the kitchen, did you know it just got even better? The Original, Butter and Baking sprays now have 99% less residue build up than store brand sprays while still offering the same great non-stick results.

These improved formulas have zero calories so there’s no guilt when using it to coat baking surfaces or using it as an alternative to oils when sautéing. PAM comes in Original, Butter and Baking formulas, so there’s an option for all of your cooking needs. PAM also comes in Original, Butter and Baking Formulas.

 Win It!

 Thanks to PAM Cooking Spray, one very lucky reader will win a Holiday Baking Giveaway valued at $50.00. Prize includes:

  • Full size sample PAM Cooking Spray
  • 10 1/4″ Le Creuset Pie Dish


How To Win:

Leave a comment on this post telling me what you’ll be using Pam Cooking Spray for this holiday season.

Giveaway Rules:

By entering you are agreeing to official sweepstakes rules.  Offer valid to US entrants, 18 years and older.  Winner will be chosen via and will be emailed.  Winner will have 48 hours to respond. Any winner notification not responded to or returned as undeliverable will result in prize forfeiture and a new winner will be chosen. Giveaway ends midnight CST on Thursday, November 27, 2013.  is not responsible for prize fulfillment.

 This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of PAM Cooking Spray. For more information, visit

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  1. Heather Baker says:

    I use pam on my cake or brownie pans, chicken dishes, seafood dishes. I will be using it in many different ways depending on my menu which I’m behind and haven’t made one yet :)

  2. Pam is a MUST when I make muffin tin recipes (one of our favorites is mini meatloaf in muffin tins!) But if I win this, I’ll be sure to bake some pretty dessert in the dish (maybe a giant chocolate chip cookie??)

  3. Ashley C says:

    I’ll be using it when I bake my turnip casserole for Thanksgiving!


  4. debbie jackson says:

    i will certainly be using it under the pumpkin for my pumpkin roll
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  5. Margot C says:

    I’ll be using Pam in my Bundt pans, brownie pans, casserole dishes and pie pans!

  6. sharon says:

    I use Pam for my cookie sheets, my cake pans, most of my baking, to roast veggies …..

  7. Deborah Rosen says:

    I’ll be using Pam for my roasted sweet potatoes.

  8. Ambre Winfield says:

    Baking cookies

  9. Kelly D says:

    I will use Pam cooking spray for when I bake all of our Christmas cookies.

  10. debbie says:

    I use it for everything I bake. It really does make cleaning up a lot easier. I always use it with my holiday cookies.

  11. Jackie says:

    I will be using Pam for my cookie baking and making brownies.

  12. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I use Pam to make everything but I will be using it in all our baking and for my cornbread dressing!

  13. amy pugmire says:

    I’ll be using it for my pies, holiday cookies and cakes.

  14. Danielle T says:

    i will be using pam cooking spray for just about everything! definitely for my pies and muffins!

  15. Vicki Wurgler says:

    for my pies and sweet potato casserole

  16. Samantha C. says:

    Love to use it to make brownies!

  17. kim burnett says:

    I use pam when I make my holiday fudge!

  18. D SCHMIDT says:

    I am planning to use PAM for lots of holiday pies and cookies!

  19. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I’d use this in my crock pot for a fruit crisp–very sticky.

  20. Kim Henrichs says:

    I use PAM on my bread pans. I’m making everyone bread at work for Thanksgiving so I will be putting it to good use!

  21. I always keep a can of Pam next to my olive oil. Sometimes, you just need to spray your stuff. I use it when I bake bread and pies and cakes. And cupcakes. :)

  22. Jessie C. says:

    I would be using it to bake sugar cookies

  23. David says:

    I will use it primarily for dinner rolls because those are my responsibility.

  24. Gianna says:

    Pumpkin cream cheese cake loaves.

  25. latanya says:

    a lemon glazed pound cake

  26. Vera K says:

    Today I’ll use Pam in the bread pans for pumpkin bread.

  27. Julie says:

    pumpkin bread

  28. Robin Wilson says:

    I will be making lots of Gingerbread and will use Pam to coat the pans. Also spray on my fingers and utensils when dealing with sticky dough and batters! Thanks for the great recipe! Never had chicken made like this and it looks yummy!

  29. Susan Christy says:

    I will use it in the Turkey Roaster, in the stuffing dish, for my brownie pan.

  30. Louise Brouillette says:

    I’ll be using Pam to coat the turkey.

  31. Jamey says:

    I’ll be using it on every dish that goes in the oven.

  32. barbara n says:

    I use Pam cooking spray in my bread pans when I make pumpkin bread!

  33. Michelle S. says:

    I have a cookie recipe I plan to make and also brownies, I know I need Pam for both of those.

  34. Amber says:

    I’ll be using Pam spray for everything, to baking to cooking. Greasing my cookie sheets and baking dishes for sure!

  35. Darlene Wright says:

    I use PaM for my cake pans.

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