I’ve been branching out in my cooking recently and trying new crockpot recipes. I’ve found some truly lifesaver crockpot recipes!
I would love to recreate blog posts of my own for these recipes, but I haven’t the time. So I’ll just link you over to these wonderful recipes!
Hubby says this is amazing! Not through any ingenuity of my own, but by simply following a recipe, I can make heaven appear in a bowl! 😉
Seriously, this is very tasty! You can make it creamy or with potato chunks. You can cook it on high for 4 hours or low for 8 hours – I love that because if I’m short on time, I can speed it up!
This is more than just dumping a bottle of bbq sauce in with a couple chicken breasts. There’s a few other ingredients that add so much flavor!
Once done you can pull the chicken apart with a couple forks or for a finer cut, use your food processor like I did!
This recipe has a tendency to be a little bland – maybe it’s just the way I make it. 😉 So I include a few more spices and onions to add some kick!
I also serve this over rice and with a side dish of some kind.
This is a great chicken and rice recipe! The ranch seasoning gives it a different flavor than what you may be used to.
Without ever having tried the recipe, I included this in my post-partum crock-pot meal line-up. I’m glad I did because (like I thought it would be), the extra few special ingredients give so much flavor!
This recipe also calls for sneaking in lots of vegetables into the mix! And honestly, I could never tell there were vegetables in it! Not that I’m opposed to vegetables, but sometimes kids are. This is a great family recipe!
I think this is one of my favorite crock pot meals because it tastes so good! The trick is to use raw (unpasteurized) cheese – it’s so much more flavorful and strong than pasteurized cheese! One downside to this recipe (but I still think it’s so worth the trouble) is that you must cook the beef before putting in the crock pot.
This Indian dish tastes like the real thing! Make sure that you use good quality garam marsala spice!
These are delicious and I love that they taste just like enchiladas that took a while to assemble. Again, the downside to this recipe is that you must cook the beef before you include it in your crock pot. But it’s still totally worth it!