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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Many of us are often looking for ways to save some money on our grocery bill. That’s the beauty of some slow cooker meals. Something like ham, red beans, and rice can be an inexpensive and tasty meal that will fill your bellies without depleting your bank account. You can save a little more by using your favorite herbs and spices for flavor and skip these flavorful veggies. But I admit that I definitely always have to have my onion and garlic in everything that I can! Continue reading “31 Days of Slow Cooker Meals: Ham with Red Beans and Rice”
‘Tis the season for comfort food. And one of my favorite kinds of comfort food involves beef. I can’t help it. I am a carnivore and try to keep some red meat in my diet as part of maintaining my iron levels. Creamy mushroom beef is definitely one of my favorites. Let this cook all day in your slow cooker and make the house smell so warm and inviting. I prefer to serve it over noodles, but some may like it better over rice. Enjoy! Continue reading “31 Days of Slow Cooker Meals: Creamy Mushroom Beef”
Do you prefer your cooking to be a little more on the spicy or southern side? Then you need to check out this new cookbook, The Sweet Pepper Cajun by J.A. Jackson. Find all kinds of ingredients that have been passed down for generations. I’ve included a recipe for soft molasses cookies that remind me of the ones I used to make with my own mother and grandmother. It’s a great deal! Check out, follow the tour for more recipes, and enter the great giveaway!Continue reading “The Sweet Pepper Cajun by J.A. Jackson with #Giveaway”