Green beans are one of those healthy, versatile vegetables that can be made in a bunch of ways to complement your holiday meals. If you’re tired of making green bean casserole, try these special Green Beans that you can make right in your slow cooker. You’ll also save some precious oven space!Continue reading “Slow Cooker Green Beans”
I admit that I am not a huge fan of peppers. I’ll use them as an ingredient, but eating them as a main dish? It’s hard for me to do. And yet, I love stuffed peppers. I know, I don’t get it, either. So here is a tasty way to enjoy stuffed peppers that you can easily make right in your slow cooker! Continue reading “31 Days of Slow Cooker Recipes: Stuffed Peppers”
Cauliflower is everywhere these days! That’s because it’s actually good for you. I will sit and eat cauliflower with ranch dip all day long, but I also like adding it to various dishes for a healthy meal. And you can never go wrong adding cheese to anything, right? So here you can enjoy cauliflower and cheese in a soup that you make in your slow cooker. So filling and yummy! Continue reading “31 Days of Slow Cooker Meals: Creamed Cauliflower and Cheese Soup”
Corn on the cob is my favorite thing in the summer months. I get so excited when I see it available in the stores and am always sad when it’s gone. And I want fresh corn, locally sourced. That always tastes the best. And there are so many ways that you can make corn. Check out all of the amazing flavor that you can get by making it in your slow cooker!
To make corn on the cob in the slow cooker, you will need the following:
- fresh corn
- aluminum foil
How to make corn on the cob in your slow cooker:
- Husk your corn, making sure to remove all of those silky hairs.
- Place each piece of corn on a piece of foil. Top with a pat of butter and season to taste with salt. (Note: At this point you can also use other flavorings like pepper, chili powder, garlic salt etc. Season to your hearts content!)
- Wrap the corn tightly in aluminum foil and place it in your slow cooker. Fill it with enough corn to feed your family, but make sure the lid still closes completely. (You can cut the ears of corn in half to fit more in there.)
- Cook the corn on on high for 2 to 3 hours until it is tender. The more cobs you have in your slow cooker, the longer it will take.
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