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What a Crock!

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This is a wonderful little invention that I came up with! I am quite proud of it.

Recipe #87515

Great baked potatoes, got this recipe from family friend.

Recipe #77420

I adopted this recipe from the Recipezaar account, and I'm so glad that I did. This has become a regular addition to my OAMC and I have created a public cookbook filled with recipe ideas using this recipe. This is a three-ingredient wonder that's easy (5 minutes of your time), delicious and versatile.

Recipe #4957

The kids and I made this delicious dessert over the holidays. It turns out to be cakey on top with a layer of warm saucy chocolate on the bottom. Yum, it reaches all level of chocolate satisfaction. We did not wait for the recommended cooling time.

Recipe #50331

669 Reviews |  By Dawn

I got this recipe from a nurse at work. We're always sharing easy and family-pleasing recipes. The sauce tastes like a creamy Alfredo sauce. This is great with noodles.

Recipe #12458

A great addition to any dinner. I've made these as a side dish to ribs; also a nice side for a holiday meal, BBQ, potluck or any average dinner. My dinner guests asked for second and third helpings! Courtesy of Taste of Home's Quick Cooking Magazine March/April 2003 magazine.

Recipe #58077

2 Reviews |  By Charmed

I don't remember where I got this, but I do know I have changed it slightly. Everyone I've served it to has really enjoyed it. And it's amazingly easy.

Recipe #87269

I don't remember where I got this recipe, but it has become one of our favorites. You can cover any leftover potatoes and refrigerate or freeze. Reheat quickly in the microwave, adding a little milk for desired consistency.

Recipe #103247

Yummy and fast recipe. Just leave in crockpot and WA-LAH!!!! Ready to eat.

Recipe #38531

This is so similar to my "homemade" stuffing, I decided to try it & it rocks. I chopped up my giblets and sauteed them along with the onions & celery and included them. Beats packing it into the bird! You can double for a large crock pot.

Recipe #78124

This is a long time favorite of mine. From a very old (1976) BH&G Crock pot Cookbook. You can also cook this in the oven in a covered casserole.

Recipe #99040

Brushing the bones with tomato paste then browning in the oven firstly then combined with the slow cooking crockpot method will produce the most flavorful richest beef broth --- I usually prepare the ingredients early in the morning, by late evening you will have a wonderful rich beef broth, or you may cook overnight --- the stock may be frozen after cooling, if you don't have a crock pot you may certainly simmer this over very low heat on top of the stove, it will still be delicious! The more bones you use the richer your stock will be, so use lots!

Recipe #80434

20 Reviews |  By chia

perfect for low carb diets, this is a double bonus, as it cooks in the crockpot all day so you can come home to a great meal.

Recipe #88527

Amazing flavor, and so simple! No salt needed here. In fact, you may wish to use half the ranch dressing mix to cut back on the saltiness. Found this Crock-Pot pot roast recipe on of a website called www.recipegoldmine.com. It's all the rage there, so I thought I'd try it.

Recipe #27208

I'm a bonnified Chili lover, but sometimes I get a little bored with red chili. This receipe is also great for those Turkey leftovers after the holiday seasons.

Recipe #12294


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