I love pork chops. It was one of the meats that we had the most when I was a kid. Mom traditionally made them with the Shake ‘n’ Bake coating and baked them in the oven and served them with homemade applesauce. Yum. But did you know that other fruits also taste good with pork chops? This Spicy Peach Pork Chops dish that you can make in your slow cooker has a bit of sweet and savory plus just a little bit of heat to it, if you are so inclined. Continue reading “31 Days of Slow Cooker Meals: Spicy Peach Pork Chops”
Nothing says cold weather comfort food like a beef stew made in the slow cooker. And there are so many ways that you can make this classic meal! Today’s offering has a bit of a southern flair to it for something a little bit different. Continue reading “31 Days of Slow Cooker Meals: Southern Beef Stew”
Chicken is consistently one of my favorite meals. It is such a versatile meat that complements so many flavors in dishes and can be made so many ways. I love the taste of roasted chicken and love it with vegetables. This particular recipe slow roasts the chicken all day with three of my favorite vegetables for some of my favorite flavors. If you actually have some leftover, you could use it for chicken salad or a soup the next day. Continue reading “31 Days of Slow Cooker Meals: Slow Roasted Chicken With Vegetables”
For me, the best part of the pizza is all of the toppings. I can take or leave the crust, both for taste and other reasons. So if you’re like me and want to enjoy all of that yummy, gooey pizza flavor, make this layered goodness in your slow cooker for a meal as easy as ordering out! Continue reading “31 Days of Slow Cooker Meals: Pizza”
January is both Slow Cooker Month and Oatmeal Month. This easy recipe kills two birds with one stone, if you’re into thematic cooking and eating. Plus, oatmeal is just so good for you and so tasty. This version is also sweet and fruity to tempt your tastebuds. The best part is, you can set it to cook overnight and have breakfast ready to go first thing in the morning, saving you a bit of time! Or if you feel like having a long and leisurely start to the day, you can also cook it on high for a shorter cooking time. Enjoy!
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