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Skillet Fried Potatoes. Honey Garlic Crockpot Meatballs. Slow Cooker Pinto Beans Recipe : Paula Deen. Sweet Slow Cooker Sesame Chicken Recipe. Easy Slow Cooker Taco Pasta. As a busy mom, weekly meal planning is an essential part of my week.

Easy Slow Cooker Taco Pasta

A beloved reoccurring theme in my household? Taco Tuesday. We've had chicken, steak, beef, fish and even duck tacos, and still, everyone gets excited to gather around the dinner table come Tuesday. The Best Crockpot BBQ Chicken. This is going to be the easiest BBQ chicken you have ever made.

The Best Crockpot BBQ Chicken

I’m not joking… this really is going to be the easiest BBQ chicken you have ever made. Since I first tested this recipe, it has made it’s way into our meal rotation almost weekly. It is just that good! Now, don’t get me wrong…nothing beats BBQ chicken straight off the grill. BUT, the flavors of this recipe can’t be beat and you don’t have to sweat over a hot grill. Crockpot Cheesy Chicken & Rice. Need a basic recipe in your arsenal that will make “happy plates“?

Crockpot Cheesy Chicken & Rice

There is one word to describe this crockpot meal…. ADDICTING! The zest from the Zatarain rice, blended with the sweet corn and creamy cheese is AWESOME! The girls loved it and asked for it again the next day. To add a twist to the leftovers, I sauted some baby spinach and then mixed in a serving of the Cheesy Chicken. Cheesy Crockpot Cowboy Casserole. There were NO leftovers of this casserole…. darn-it!

Cheesy Crockpot Cowboy Casserole

Hold onto your hats cowboys and cowgirls! This Cheesy Crockpot Cowboy Casserole is going to blow your mind. It’s hearty, full of flavor and takes only minutes to prepare. Crock Pot Meals. Who loves a good Crock Pot meal?!

Crock Pot Meals

I sure do! I pretty much only do Crock Pot meals on Sundays because after going to church for 3 hours and being a Sunday School teacher for the 3 and 4 year olds, it’s all I can muster. LOL! The best think about Crock Pot meals is that you can drop it all in the pot and let it do the work for you. Usually 4-6 hours later you have a delicious dinner that requires little or no prep, which is awesome, right?! There is a wide variety of ideas to choose from, so I hope you can give some of these easy recipes a try. Here are some of my favorites from Blog Land… 50 Slow Cooker Recipes for Supper. Crock pot recipes: Easy beef stew - Dallas Cooking. Hungry for a hot hearty meal but don't have the time to cook?

Crock pot recipes: Easy beef stew - Dallas Cooking

Delicious meals can be prepared with ease while you work. Just gather your ingredients and grab the crock pot. A tasty meal like this easy beef stew is just a few hours away. Easy beef stew ingredients: 1 pound beef stew meat 4 red potatoes cut into bite sized pieces 6 carrots sliced 1 onion chopped 2 stalks of celery sliced 3 cups beef broth or water 1 package brown gravy mix salt and pepper to taste Crock pot beef stew cooking method: Place the stew meat into crock pot and add the beef broth or water. Add the potatoes, carrots, onion and celery. Add the brown gravy packet to the beef stew and stir. Ultimate List of Easy Slow Cooker Recipes - Hodgepodge. 8 Great Crockpot Freezer Meals. I tried something new yesterday (Sunday).

8 Great Crockpot Freezer Meals

New is good, and with Pinterest crowding my brain, new is inevitable. I was seeing lots of people post their OAMC recipes, menus, shopping lists, etc. My problem? I didnt like half the recipes tey were using, or couldnt get half the ingredients. I hate teriyaki sauce, and fruit and chicken dont go together, so that pineapple concoction with teryaki sauce totally grosses me out. Search Results. Make Ahead & Freeze Crockpot Dinners (Feed your entire family for $3-4 Per Night) ALL Recipes: Teriyaki Chicken (Husband-approved recipe) I made two bags of these using this recipe, one with broccoli attached as a separate steamable bag (because people in our family are allergic to broccoli), and the other with a steamable bag of edamame.

Make Ahead & Freeze Crockpot Dinners (Feed your entire family for $3-4 Per Night)

When people make teriyaki bowls, they layer it with rice, then veggies (broccoli), then the meat. This recipe has all the veggies inside except for broccoli, and the edamame can be served on the side as an appetizer. Split this recipe below into 2 separate freezer bags. Bag of Baby Carrots, chopped into bite-sized pieces1/2 Red Onion in Large Chunks(1) 20oz can pineapple (undrained)1 Garlic Cloves Chopped4-5 Chicken Breasts1/2 bottle of Teriyaki Sauce (I used Kikkoman’s Teriyaki sauce with sesame seeds in it)2 cups Broccoli or edamame (separate, optional) Directions: Write recipe name and instructions on two freezer bags. Directions to write on bag: Thaw overnight or for 24 hours. 100+ Slow Cooker Recipes.

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100+ Slow Cooker Recipes

The mother load of all crock pot / slow cooker recipes on the internet. I have rounded up 101 of the best of the BEST slow cooker recipes. I’ve sorted them by chicken, turkey, beef, pork, vegetarian and sides, desserts and breakfast recipes. There are some dang good recipes in here. Like a lot. Crockpoting. 4 Secrets for the Best Slow Cooker Beef Stew. By Hilary Meyer, Associate Food Editor, EatingWell Magazine When I was in culinary school we learned a lot about how to develop flavors.

4 Secrets for the Best Slow Cooker Beef Stew

These methods usually involved high-end ingredients, a lot of prep time and sometimes following complicated procedures to get good results. Getting organized- a whole month’s worth of meals via crockpot freezer cooking. I have to admit, I am a little bit overwhelmed right now. May is normally a busy month for us (mother’s day plus Burke’s birthday, Keadryn’s birthday, Drew’s birthday, my brother’s birthday, & Adam’s mom’s birthday). Add in graduation (and the grad party of the century), Burke’s birthday party (an Angry Birds brunch this weekend), the graduation trip of a lifetime (Dubai, Greece and Turkey here we come!) And planning for a month’s worth of COLORFUL (wink, wink) goodness for the blog while we’re away, and life feels, well, overwhelming.

My sweet friend Alicia posted about getting organized last month and I was inspired to follow suit. First stop in my “Get Organized” agenda- figure out meals. The best part is that, in crossing ‘figure out dinner’ off my daily task list, I free up an hour and a half or so each afternoon.