Category Archives for "Crock-Pot Recipes"
If you are looking for an easy (and delicious) appetizer for you next gathering then you will love my Slow Cooker Spinach and Artichoke Dip! This recipe is a set-it-and-forget-it type of recipe, and is sure to be a crowd pleaser. You can also lighten this recipe up by bulking up the veggies, and using low fat cream cheese and mozzarella cheese! Continue reading
Sausage Cheese dip can be served with gluten free celery sticks, bell pepper slices, pork rinds, as well as regular chips or pretzel crisps.Continue reading
Prepare something delicious but easy to make for the holiday season.
Today, MamaBreak shares with us one of her favorite and easiest recipes. Check out this Slow Cooker Ham recipe.
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Sloppy Joes are a great way to use ground venison due to the acidic tomato base. The Real Deals FREE Birdseye Recipe Ready vegetables that were already chopped and frozen made this simple recipe even easier! This makes the recipe an easy one to allow a child helper to dump the ingredients in a crock pot. (For other crock pot recipes a child may help with see Cooking With Kids- How to 5.) This recipe is gluten free and can be served on gluten free buns for a safe meal for celiacs or gluten sensitive individuals.Continue reading
Prepare a delicious meal for the family.
You just have to try this Slow Cooker Meatball Casserole recipe! It is perfect for the busy back to school season. Everything goes into the slow cooker freeing up some of your precious time to tackle other tasks. I use already prepared ingredients including frozen meatballs and already prepared garlic bread to save time.
Layer the garlic bread butter side down on the bottom of the slow cooker and stack it along the sides of the slow cooker.
Then layer meatballs, cheese, sauce, and bread until the slow cooker is full.
Cook on low 4-5 hours until everything is hot bubbly and all the cheese is melted.
Serve with a salad and dinner is done.
Today Gwendolyn shares with us her Crockpot Oatmeal Recipe!
With school starting our mornings have taken on order and function vs. laziness and fast food. One of the changes we made was to eat breakfast at home and to eat it every morning. For the kids eating at home was easier than for my husband and I. Oatmeal is a favorite for us but cooking it every morning gets tedious so I decided to give Crockpot Oatmeal a try.