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With autumn just around the corner, I wanted to prepare for the colder months by sharing ways to serve your family (and yourself) with filling, comforting, and easy-to-make meals. So today, I am doing my first round-up post for slow cooker recipes! I sincerely hope you enjoy it!
When I first got my crockpot as a wedding gift, I knew that I absolutely needed one. (I mean who doesn’t right?!) But I really had no idea what to do with it or how to use it properly. It was just kind of a shiny new object that sat on my kitchen counter along with all of the other new gadgets I didn’t know how to use. But as a new wife, with a newfound hatred of making dinner from scratch each night (and then doing the dishes) I learned quickly how to use my slow cooker. And boy did I fall in love!
Being a homemaker doesn’t always mean you have to do things the old-fashioned way or to spend more time cleaning and cooking than with your family. Homemaking is a balance of both. Being able to give your family the time they need while still meeting their needs. With a crockpot, you can easily have the balance of the home-cooked, clean meals without the hassle and mess of a traditional way of cooking.
So if you are looking for a sanity saver (as I was), then I know you’re going to love these recipes!
8 | Vegetarian Chili
10 |Pot Roast
17 | Crock Pot Baked Ziti
23 | Pork Chops
24 | Taco Soup
25 | Salsa Chicken Bowls
What is your favorite way to use your crockpot? Let us know in the comments below!
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