Posts Tagged ‘slow cooker recipes’

Quick slow cooker turkey meatballs + playlist highlights

An easy, healthy crockpot dinner option using ground turkey, seasonings and oatmeal! These turkey meatballs are awesome on their own, with pasta, on a sub, or atop some greens/veggies. Hi friends! How are you? Hope you’re having a wonderful morning. Sorry for disappearing on ya yesterday. I officially have a bit of the funk (I…

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Slow Cooker White Chicken Chili

Hi friends! How’s the day going?? Hope you’re enjoying your morning and looking forward to the weekend. I feel like we’re in a giant waiting game right now, so I’m busy cleaning up around the house and making random food and snacks to freeze or have in the fridge for the next couple of weeks.…

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Overnight Apple Pie Slow Cooker Oatmeal

This apple pie slow cooker oatmeal is the perfect way to start your fall mornings. Throw it in the slow cooker at night and wake up to a delicious, ready-to-serve breakfast–and an amazing smelling house! Hi friends! How’s the day going?? A little later blogging today, as technology doesn’t seem to be my friend this…

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Slow Cooker Greek Chicken Soup

Hi! How’s the day going? Hope you’re having a great morning <3 I took yesterday afternoon to research some options for Bell after taking her to the vet. (Animals amaze me. She knew we were at the vet -even though it was a new place/doctor- the second we walked in the door. Liv spent lots…

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Autumn Spice Overnight Crockpot Steel Cut Oats

Another thing on the “fall is awesome” list: the slow cooker. This is one of my most beloved kitchen appliances, and something I’ve used frequently since receiving it as a wedding gift, years ago. The slow cooker makes amazing soups, curries, and chills, but some of my favorite uses are more unconventional: cooking butternut squash…

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PRO meals: Slow Cooker Chicken Cacciatore

Slow cooker, many nights you’re the very reason why we have a “real” dinner. Chicken cacciatore is one of my favorite easy summer meals, but the delicious smell of it simmering on the stove also makes it appropriate for fall. This past week, the only way it was going to happen would be in the…

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