Slow Cooker Link-up

Posted by & filed under Recipes, Uncategorized.

Morning, friends!

I told y’all on Saturday about my Slow Cooker tuck-and-run find for $3 this weekend. And now I’m itching to use it! So, I’m turning to you all because I’m sure you’ll be a great resource for this kind of thing. (really, y’all end up being a great resource for just about anything I ask!)

Let’s take today (I’ll keep it open all week, but today especially) to do a link-up of our everyone’s favorite slow cooker recipes!

I haven’t done a link-up on my blog in a long time (not since my “Way Back Wednesday” posts which are pretty mortifying and maybe even a little regrettable) and I’m using a different linky host this time, so bear with me if we have any technical trouble getting started.

How to do it:

1. Blog about your favorite slow cooker recipe. (Or if you’ve already got an old post with a great recipe, just use that!)

2. Link it up here. You’ll be required to enter your name and email address (not visible to anyone) so that we can make sure you’re not spam. (Ew, spam in the slow cooker recipes… )

3. Link back to this post. Somewhere in your recipe post, include a backlink to the Link-up.

That’s all! Enjoy browsing our community’s recipes – I know I will!

Related posts:

13 Responses

  1. Micaela 4 October 2011 at 12:14 pm

    Wish I had something to share but sadly, I do not. I don’t even know where my slow cooker is, sad! When I used it a lot I’d just throw a roast, potatoes, and carrots in there and they always turned out yummy, but I’m looking forward to trying some of the recipes you get here.

  2. Tracy 4 October 2011 at 12:30 pm

    hmmm…. one of our favorites is Cheesy Chicken Chili

    Easily doubled and easily frozen!

    1 lbs chicken
    1 jr salsa (I use hot, but we like it spicy around here.)
    2 cans of white beans undrained(I use whatever I can find.)
    1 can of corn undrained(I use frozen/fresh/more corn. whatever I have/find, really. sometimes I use 2 cans)
    16 oz of shredded pepper jack cheese
    cooked rice (optional)
    tortilla chips
    sour cream

    Put the chicken and salsa in the crock pot on low. I think it’s 4 hours, but I always leave it on for about 6 due to my schedule. You can either add the beans and corn right away or add them about an hour before you want to eat. (Again, this depends on my schedule of when I’ll be home.)

    1/2 hr before dinner, add shredded cheese to crock pot.

    serve over cooked rice with sour cream and tortilla chips.

    One thing I will add is that the original recipe calls for the beans and corn to be drained and then to add a can of chicken broth. I find this is too salty and doesn’t really add to the flavor that much. I just use the bean juice and corn juices. (Of course, it might need the extra flavor if you’re using a milder salsa… not sure on that one.)

  3. Becky Campbell 4 October 2011 at 12:45 pm

    I don’t have a blog…can I post links to my favorite recipes here? I’m not sure what the “rules” are for this type of thing!;) I have a chuck roast in mine, just waiting to be turned into Shredded BBQ Beef!;)

  4. Ashley 4 October 2011 at 2:32 pm

    Ahhh I am addicted to my crockpot. So excited to see what everyone has to offer. I could seriously use my crockpot every night and not get sick of it (as long as I could remember to turn it on 4-10 hours beforehand, which is usually a fail)!

  5. Beth 6 October 2011 at 10:10 pm

    I haven’t had a chance to blog this but here is my fav crock pot recipe.

    Beef roast (any kind, about a 1/4 pound per person)
    Jar of mild banana pepper, with most juice drained
    Packet of dry Italian dressing mix (I like Good Seasons zesty)
    About 1/2 to 3/4 cup water

    Place he meat in the crock, sprinkle the dressing and peppers on top and add the water. Cook for about 6 hours on low (I usually do a few hours on high to get it going) when it is done shred the beef and cut up the peppers. That’s it!


Leave a Reply

XHTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>