Ooo La La! I LOVE my crockpot and my DH LOVES this recipe! Served with rice or noodles, a hot veggie or salad, a crusty loaf of bread, and a glass of white wine, you'll have an easy and romantic mid-week dinner waiting for you when you get home! Enjoy your evening!
A real quick, kid-friendly recipe. Served over hamburger buns it is a little less sweet and/or spicy than most sloppy Joes. It is also good served over rice. I can't remember where I got this recipe, but it's a quick dinner from ingredients I always have on hand.
A good, old-fashioned comfort meal! I believe this recipe came from the Pillsbury Refrigerated Pie Crust package, but don't let that fool you. It's the best pot pie I have ever tasted and a great way to use up left-over chicken or turkey.
I found this recipe in the paper and thought it would be perfect for company when you don't know exactly when you'll be serving dinner! (I think it would work well with Wildheart's Crock-pot potatoes #40325.) Although I haven't tried it yet, I think the secret is to remember NOT TO OPEN THE OVEN DOOR! Note - the size of the roast doesn't matter and cooking time does NOT include waiting time.
Are you ready for yet another breakfast casserole? This one is slightly different than the others I saw listed as it has only 5 ingredients, no mustard, and since I make it with sausage, the meat adds all the flavor my kids want. I usually serve it Christmas morning with either orange-marmalade or cranberry-walnut apple muffins.
This is a great way to use up small amounts of leftover meat and veggies. (If you have enough leftover rice, then it's a real dollar-stretcher!) Depending on what I have in fridge, it's a little different each time I make it. It seems that no matter what combination of meats and veggies I use, if it is eaten with chop sticks, the kids love it!
I found this recipe one day when I was looking for something different to fix during a snow storm and I had only a few staples in my freezer and cupboard. This is from Mary Beth Roe's Family Favorites Cookbook. It smells great while cooking and paired with a hot veggie it makes a great dinner for our cold New England winters.