Brisket. trim the fat, dump it into the crockpot with your favorite barbecue sauce and an extra 1/2 - 1 cup water. let it cook all day. that stringy sucker is tender and ready to eat with veggies, potatoes, rice, pasta......
Fitness Minutes: (6,406)
10/24/12 7:30 A
Yesterday I thru 6 chicken breasts in a crock pot with 2 cans rotele, 1 can green chillies, onion and tac seasoning... Was good and I shredded the left overs for enchiladas today. Amazing recipe found on spark people called Shellys sour cream enchiladas. Good luck and have a wonderful day :)
Lb of beef stew, 3 or 4 potatoes, chopped, fresh mushrooms of your choice, cut into smaller pieces, 1 can of cream of mushroom soup, 1/2 cup of red wine (optional, I actually used white myself). Put on low for 8 hours. Great with bread or buns to soak up the slop.
Fitness Minutes: (17,680)
10/23/12 6:02 P
The crockpot is well used in my house all year round. I have modified many recipes to cook in the crockpot, by favorite is chicken stew and dumplings - I do not have a recipe for it as I just throw things in the pot and let them cook for 8 hours, then I make a gravy and cook on high for a half hour.
Fitness Minutes: (26,229)
9/30/12 1:23 P
I work full time and it's just me and my husband at home. He's on a limited diet for heart reasons. I would love to find great recipes to fix while I'm at work...crock pot cooking is definetly for me! Any suggestions?
9/28/12 10:15 A
The Salsa Chicken from SP recipes is wonderful! My own recipe is a lb of lea ground round (93% is best) potatoes, carrote,celery and onions, cover with 2 cans of stewed tomatoes. It is almost like meatloaf, but without the prep time & hassle.
Fitness Minutes: (5,526)
9/22/12 7:22 P
Brown a roast (you decide whether beef or pork) Place in crock pot with 2 small new potatoes per serving. Then clean and chunk LOTS of carrots, celery, onion, and cabbage. Onions go on the meat, then celery, carrots, and cabbage on top.
Add about 1 cup water. Cover and cook on high for 4 hours, or low for 6 - 8 hours. I test my meat with a meat thermometer.
i usually set this up in the evening before the kitchen is put to bed, and cook the meal overnight. When I was working, I'd get up and pack my hot lunch in a wide-mouth thermos and put the remainder in a shallow storage container. Then I'd get ready for work, and pop the cooled container into the refrigerator just before I went out the door.
Fitness Minutes: (45)
3 9/10/12 10:24 P
Just got a new crock pot and I would love to hear all your healthy recipes :) Thanks!
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