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    Do you have any recipes for me?

    Tue Jul 19, 2005 8:14 pm Groupie
    I'm starting a public cookbook using recipes that I can freeze ahead and throw into the crockpot. Any suggestions for me?
    * Carly *
    Wed Aug 03, 2005 8:46 pm Groupie

    Did you ever get any recipes for this?


    Thu Aug 04, 2005 2:31 pm Groupie
    Carol, I wish I could get a few more in this one. The crockpot is a great way to go in the winter months for us and I would love to be able to just pull it out of the freezer, dump and run! Oh well, hopefully I find a few more on my own icon_biggrin.gif
    Sat Aug 06, 2005 12:12 am Groupie
    This is a really great idea! I love my slow cooker, but don't use it all that much because a lot of times don't even seem to have time to assemble something in it in the mornings.

    Wouldn't a lot of slow cooker recipes work by assembling the whole recipe to the "turn on" stage and then freezing? Or is that what you're wondering too, if that would work?
    Sat Aug 06, 2005 10:29 am Groupie
    LatteLover, you know I have done all my OAMC "dump" recipes in the crockpot. I would think that you could do a lot of recipes in advance for the crockpot. I'm like you, the crockpot is a wonderful convenience that I could use a lot more often if I could get things assembled in advance and just pull out of the freezer. The only reason I was thinking about this at all was Bucket Lasagna. It's a great idea and I have a feeling this could be extended to other recipes. I guess I just wanted to get together some that people have already done with success. Still if I were to think about it there are probably a few I would give a try to just to see what would happen.
    Mon Aug 08, 2005 11:04 am Groupie
    Needing something 'new' to add to some guest meals this coming month I thought this may be a good place to start. I like having most of the preparation done allowing more time to enjoy visiting and do want the meal enjoyed as well. I noted your request and may I suggest my Oriental Sweet And Sour Meatballs Since this was one of my first postings ... the recipe may look like it is time consuming ... not! It freezes well. I often make double and triple batches. I freeze it ready to thaw and serve as well as freezing the meatballs and sauce separately. This works well year around and there are no leftovers with this one! I find the crock pot perfect ... thaw, pop in the crock pot, simmer, and serve. Now back to my search!
    Mon Aug 08, 2005 11:33 am Groupie
    Thanks Gerry, I have them added to my list!
    Thu Aug 11, 2005 10:01 am Groupie
    Stella Mae's Crockpot/Slow cooker or Stovetop Chicken Spaghetti is one that I make often ... we love it and so do our guests! I have been using chicken breasts which work well for me. I often serve the chicken breasts on a platter and the sauce in a separate bowl Definitely a company quality meal as well as one the family enjoys. It's just too good to miss!
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