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    Side dishes, desserts, breads, and other miscellaneous crockpot recipes.
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    4 Reviews |  By rsarahl

    This hearty bean soup almost makes itself. Vary the bouillon to suite your taste using vegetable, chicken or beef. I've tried different bean combinations as well and this is one of many that works well. Great vegetarian soup when using vegetable broth! Add garlic bread and a salad and you've got a complete meal!

    Recipe #36992

    For all of those French onion soup lovers out there, here's one that can cook while you are doing everything else you have to do during your day. I got this one from Quick Cooking magazine.

    Recipe #13596

    This is the best pasta sauce you will ever have. I guarantee it. It is not to sweet, not to spicy, not to acidic. It's just darn good!

    Recipe #90414

    3 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    This spicy southwestern soup has a touch of roasted red peppers in it. If you don't want to make your own, you can save time and use ready-prepared. Very warming on a cold day and makes the house smell great!

    Recipe #82637

    An easy way to make garlic mashed potatoes. I like to leave the skins on. I've found that a pastry blender works great for mashing potatoes; it seems even better than a masher.

    Recipe #31654

    This is simple to make, but very good. A friend of mine, who is a vegetarian, gave me the recipe.

    Recipe #177367

    4 Reviews |  By cindypt

    Nice easy recipe but also tastes great. Originally from Just Crockpot Recipes (http://www.justcrockpotrecipes.com)

    Recipe #50183

    2 Reviews |  By fitmama

    I love this recipe because no one will ever know its lower in calories unless you tell them, lol. This is a fill it and forget it crock pot recipe that you will enjoy!

    Recipe #58023

    Just as good as sloppy joes and lower in fat!

    Recipe #20004

    I do this in my crockpot though it can just as easily be done on the stove top. I am living alone right now and found that I can get a whole lot of nutrition into one bowl with something I love to make and eat. I am a soup freak so on the weekends I make 2-3 large batches and freeze for lunches at work and no brainer suppers when I get home. I prefer to use the imported Italian tomato products for depth of flavor; Cento brand usually. This soup does need sugar to balance the acidity in the tomatoes but I am listing it without an amount as it should be to your preference. I have also had to become a bit of a lazy cook which doesn't thrill me but feeds me and I will only use frozen or convenience items when they work. This soup is thick and yummy. c.2007

    Recipe #206749

    Southern New Years Day tradition. Everyone has their own recipe. This is mine. The prep time includes soaking the peas overnight and the cook time could vary depending on where you live. I have also just thrown everything in a crockpot and let it cook for 8 hours. You can eat it any time, not just for New Year's. It freezes well for once a month cooking.

    Recipe #50648

    Everyone knows you are supposed to eat black-eyed peas for luck on New Years Day. This is a great recipe to use your crock pot. You can use the stove to cook your collards (for money).

    Recipe #147009

    35 Reviews |  By Boyz 5

    Easy, Easy, Easy...T hat's what this is. Put ingredients in crock pot the night before. Upon serving, add more brown sugar to taste.

    Recipe #154635

    59 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Tip for oatmeal: make it in the crock pot overnight! It comes out very creamy from the slow cooking, and I love being able to get up and have that hot steamy bowl right away without having to do anything at all. You do have to clean up the crock pot, but you can make a large quantity and refrigerate the leftovers to be heated in the microwave for the next several days. I use two cups of oatmeal at a time, which is enough for four breakfasts (for me, anyway; probably more for people who don't have huge bowls like I do).

    Recipe #38584

    I love the texture of steel cut oats. You can make this the night before and breakfast is ready in the morning. I like fruit additions, but my kids do not, so I've listed them as optional. Also, it may sound like a lot of water, but trust me, I've experimented..

    Recipe #101101

    106 Reviews |  By Shaye

    This is a surprisingly filling, vegetarian, crock pot soup. It is very good, and easy to prepare the night before, or chop the veggies in advance and turn it on before you leave for work in the morning. Goes great with a crusty bread.

    Recipe #81047

    From BHG. A slow-cooker chowder.

    Recipe #89177

    This soup is what I make for my family every Christmas Eve. I love using the crock pot, especially during the holidays. To cut down on time, I always use frozen hash browns- (diced, not shredded) for the 6 cups of potatoes. I've also added cheddar cheese along with the Velveeta cheese.This soup is delicious served in bread bowls.

    Recipe #140099

    A crock pot cross between a stew and a soup. Will banish the dreary day blues. Add another can of chicken broth to make it soupier. Enjoy with homemade bread. YUM!

    Recipe #158798

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