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    This recipe was published in the January/February 2009 issue of Midwest Living.

    Recipe #382898

    This is so simple I feel silly posting it but it tasted so good I wanted to share it with you. Pulled pork sammies are easy just shred the pork & add your favorite BBQ sauce. Remove any fat from the roast. If the fat remains it will cook out and you will have to de-fat the sauce before thickening it. If you like a lighter sauce don't use th corn starch.

    Recipe #386895

    For this recipe I use frozen chicken tenders or chicken breasts (yes, frozen) in my slow cooker. This is a good recipe to substitute beans, veggies, etc. and make it the way you want. This will make 10 "healthy" servings (thats 1/2 a chicken breast) so judge your servings on your families appitite.

    Recipe #319534

    Very easy, tasty, cheap and SO healthy! Just toss the ingredients in your crock pot in the morning and come home to dinner. All ingredients can be kept on hand for easy dinner any night of the week. I originally got this recipe from flylady.com . It's since become a staple at our house! I've shared the recipe with friends, and they love it. Apparently the men say its "Man food, very meaty & hearty!" Haha! My sis-in-law even served it to us when she invited us to dinner!

    Recipe #294644

    Boneless chuck roast makes the BEST "sour beef", since it literally "melts" in the gravy - and only needs to marinate overnight. My mom used to make REAL potato dumplings from cooked, riced potatoes, but Panni mix works well without the uncertainty of disintegration. I have found that commercial gingersnaps aren't what they used to be, carry very little ginger flavor, and does not thicken for gravy. A few years ago, I BEGGED Zaaries for a gingerbread cookie recipe, was given "Recipe#111307", Good Old Gingersnaps, which I have used since, but doubling the amount of ginger. Leftovers are great on noodles or bread. Cooking time includes marinating overnight.

    Recipe #283593

    4 Reviews |  By DB1971

    This has almost no prep and so its very easy to put together in the crock pot before you leave for work. It will be a family favorite! This is also delicious with chicken instead of the hamburger.

    Recipe #309295

    I made this for an office luncheon and it was a huge hit. The combination of meats and mushrooms make it a very hearty meal. The ease of the crock pot makes it super simple and quick to put together!

    Recipe #309214

    Ridiculously simple. Very tasty. This is on the mild side because Mr. Wonderful likes his food a bit tame. You can easily add jalapenos to turn up the heat.

    Recipe #265263

    Yet another crock pot recipe from my local newspaper. I can't wait to try this one out also. Again I'm guessing on the serving sizes.

    Recipe #198957

    For you garden of fresh summer vegetables

    Recipe #172567

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This one-dish meal is just a matter of rubbing an aromatic lemony seasoning on the chicken, tumbling the stuffing together by using big chunks of sourdough bread combined with mushrooms, and layering everything into the pot to cook.

    Recipe #204295

    Yumm-o and extremely easy! From Rival Crock Pot Recipe Book.

    Recipe #266595

    I love the convenience of using a crockpot and love finding new recipes for it.

    Recipe #162853

    This is my own recipe. I wanted a pork roast that would fall apart with an apricot flavor so I came up with this very simple recipe that you can put in the crock pot at noon and it'll be ready when you get home from work with just a little finish prep work. We eat this will rolls and a salad.

    Recipe #114733

    This is the best spaghetti sauce and meatballs I have ever made. And super easy too. . .took me about 15 minutes of prep work! It's a thick sauce and is a crowd pleaser. Perfect over noodles or, better yet, to make a meatball sandwich!

    Recipe #225847

    I have to say, I thought this recipe would just be a normal pot roastt. Boy was wrong. This was Fabulous! It is a BC recipe.

    Recipe #165724

    9 Reviews |  By BFit4U

    This is oober easy and comes out delicious every single time! I love my crockpot and this is one of the recipes/reasons why. The idea here is very tender meat, chunks of mushrooms all served over egg noodles. A salad would add color and round out the meal.

    Recipe #311634

    3 Reviews |  By L DJ

    Hot Italian sausage is what makes this sauce extraordinary and the slow simmering in the crock pot.

    Recipe #42922

    2 Reviews |  By Marz

    This tomato sauce is the best...so easy to make...will not heat up your kitchen and the finishing result is wonderful. You can easily double or triple the recipe! What a great way to use up your summer tomatoes!

    Recipe #251681

    7 Reviews |  By Johnney

    These are the most wonderful tasting onions I have ever had You'll never stand at the stove again once you've made these. If you can get Vidalia Onions there the best, If not any sweet onion will do. It's almost impossible to overcook this, so go for the deepest brown. Use the onions and liquid to flavor soup, stock and stews. They make wonderful additions to risotto, a perfect pasta sauce, and the world's best pizza topping (first drain off the liquid). Onions can be stored in zippered plastic bags in the refrigerator up to 2 weeks, or in the freezer up to a year. If you try these please rate it.

    Recipe #102934

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