Anyone have a good one to share? I googled it, and there are lots of hits I'm sifting through, but I figured I'd ask and see if anyone had any "tried and true" recipes you like. We're pretty much down for any meats and vegetables, with the exceptions of English peas and mushrooms, and sausage.
This is my fave site http://crockingirls.com/
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Kewl 8) I just recently got my crockpot back and I'm itching to use it! Something about just getting all the ingredients together, and just putting them in the crockpot and walking away...and then 4-6-8 hours later you have a yummy dinner. What's not to love?!
So glad you posted this. I love crockpot recipes lol.
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I'm seeing a lot of good looking ones on Google, I tried to use Pinterest but apparently I'm a big dummy because I found stuff but not all what I wanted to find :/
There are two of my go to ones for pot roast/similar cuts of meat..
One is the meat, one can of cream of mushroom soup and one packet of onion soup mix. Combine the soups and pour over roast, set it to low for 8 hours and serve over white rice..
The other is the meat, one package ranch dressing mix, one package Italian dressing mix, and one package brown gravy mix. (Sometimes I omit the brown gravy if it's a smaller piece of meat cause it can get salty) anyway, combine dressing/gravy mixes with 1/2c water and pour over meat. Throw it in on low for 8 hours. This one I like with white rice also, but most the time I cut up potatoes and throw them in with baby carrots. All at the same time, comes out perfect :)
easy easy easy recipe I got from Skinny Taste.
Chicken... Can of salsa... You're done...
Quick easy healthy dinner.
google 'better homes and gardens shredded beeff sandwiches'
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I bake chicken with a can of Rotel in the oven all time! :)
OP, my favorite is roast beef - throw in a jar of pepperoncini peppers with juice, and one or two jars of beef broth, enough to cover the roast. I cook it on high for 4-5 hours, then turn it down to low and cook it another 3-4 hours.