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    Freezen for the Crockpot!

    I need to have the prep done before the morning...yes, I know I should do it all the night before, but it's so much easier to pull it out of the freezer and put it in my crockpot. It's also nice to come home to a meal ready to eat. If you have any I should add please zmail me! Some of these recipes don't show that they are OAMC or freezer compatible but I have either done them myself or have been told by other chefs here how to go about it. If you ever have any questions, please come over to the Cooking on a Budget: OAMC, Make Ahead, Freezing & More
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    One of the family's favorites

    Recipe #79108

    For about 20 years this recipe was just a lovely memory. When DH was in grad school one of his professors invited the entire class and their families to enjoy a Filipino meal prepared by his wife, Priscilla. She fed about 50 of us seated on the floor in front of long rolls of paper! 20 years later, that professor is no longer at this school but my husband and his son-in-law now teach here. Rachel, Priscilla's daughter, shared her Mom's recipe with me. She has added slow cooker instructions to fit her busy lifestyle but it is still the same great flavor that her mom prepared for us over 20 years ago. Thanks Priscilla and Rachel!! **NOTES** - Cooking time 2 hours stove or 6 hours slow cooker. - Slow Cookers vary in cooking times - adjust according to your appliance. - Freezer instructions courtesy of Erindipity.

    Recipe #281472

    An easy recipe that produces tender pork chops with a wonderful gravy, I used a 3/4-inch thick center cut pork chops and browned them first, you may increase the amount of pork chops and double the sauce recipe, this can also be made in the oven for a shorter time :)

    Recipe #181770

    A slow cooked Cuban "Beef Stew". A great way to have a hot dinner on the table with little fuss. Serve over rice or with tortillas for an easy dinner.

    Recipe #232788

    This is a sweet, rich dish that is delicious over rice. It is very popular in my online mother's group ... You can chop and change the veggies if you like.

    Recipe #180926

    An easy slow cooker recipe.

    Recipe #178255

    This is from a nice site called Baby Center. This is a delicious dish that the whole family will love, even the kids!

    Recipe #163705

    18 Reviews |  By Fluffy

    I'm not sure why this is called Crazy Chicken. It is so easy to put together. The sauce is really good served with rice or noodles.

    Recipe #154225

    This chicken is very good! To cut down the cooking time and add more flavor to the chicken, you might want to season the chicken with salt and pepper and then brown in a skillet for about 6-8 minutes per side before cooking in the crock pot. All ingredients can be adjusted to taste or doubled.

    Recipe #77520

    Another great OAMC recipe! For "honey BBQ chicken" add 1/2 cup of your favourite BBQ sauce and make as directed.

    Recipe #182162

    I love dump recipes and this one is an easy 4 ingredient one!

    Recipe #182171

    Another OAMC Dump recipe!

    Recipe #182173

    99 Reviews |  By KelBel

    Throw six ingredients into the crock pot and 6 hours later enjoy a delicious treat!

    Recipe #106499

    The aroma of this dish is mouth-watering...We first had it at a mission's conference at a church and I couldn't resist getting the recipe from the pastor's wife...Mrs. O'Brien! I've made it in the oven and the crockpot. If you want more sauce leftover, use the crockpot!

    Recipe #38576

    Another Quick and Easy OAMC recipe!

    Recipe #182179

    Dump recipes are a quick and easy way to make the most of your OAMC day. You can assemble many "dump" recipes quickly and stock the freezer fast.

    Recipe #182177

    Just found this on the allrecipes.com website and am saving it here (with some variations) so I remember to try it. They recommend serving it over rice. I am planning to double the recipe, but only use 1 1/2 the amount of the sauce. Cooking time here includes an hour of marination.

    Recipe #202272

    This is the name that my daughter came up with, for my most requested lamb dish! She did not realise how easy it was to cook, as the results are so sophisticated and special! I have never made it other than in the crock-pot, but I am sure it would cook very well in an AGA or wood burning range......long and slow. This is an ALL YEAR around recipe, as we have cooked this in the summer and served this meltingly tender lamb with salads and crusty bread - as well as in the winter with mountains of mashed potatoes! The redcurrant and honey glaze is sensational, and makes the most divine gravy or sauce. Do not be tempted to use a cheap and low fruit content redcurrant jelly, it gives nowhere near the same taste and results as a high fruit jelly. I always use a leg of lamb for this dish - but I suspect that shoulder of lamb would work extremely well. Be warned......this is a fall off the bone, moist and very succulent way of cooking lamb!!

    Recipe #219423

    18 Reviews |  By Tish

    Another throw it together in a bag and freeze for that day when you don't want to think about what's for dinner!

    Recipe #240429

    131 Reviews |  By Tish

    The theory is you dump this in a bag and freeze to pull out later. There are many variations which I will post separately but it's amazingly easy to make these up and have a different "dump" chicken every week!

    Recipe #107570

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