"Cacciatore" means "hunter" in Italian. This Italian slow cooker version takes it to another level. Add all the veggies and olives you want!
Slow cooked chicken can be the BEST chicken. especially when you use herbs, veggies, and lots of garlic.
I've got to be honest. With as much as I use my slowcooker, you'd think I would've made a breakfast meal in it before. Nope. Wrong. I've never made anything that could be remotely construed as breakfast in my crockpot. It's shocking, I know. Every breakfast casserole I've ever made has been baked. Deciding I… Continue reading Cauliflower and Sausage Breakfast Casserole
Savory bone-in chops slow cooked to perfection with a tangy tomato & balsamic vinegar sauce. Best served with noodles or potatoes and with a heap of the tomatoes!
Chuck roast was made for the slowcooker. It's probably one of the things I make most in my crockpot. I've done it Mississippi-style, regular pot roast-style, and loaded with mushrooms. Chuck roast is my go-to when it comes to pot roast or slow-cooked beef. I wanted to make some barbacoa-style meat for lettuce wraps this… Continue reading Mexican Shredded Beef Wraps
Are cabbage rolls a Midwestern thing? I've only lived in Texas & Oklahoma, and I have never had them before. I've seen plenty of recipes on cooking shows and on other foodblogs & Pinterest. Somehow, someway...I've never made them myself. Don't get me wrong, I love cabbage. Everytime I see a cabbage roll recipe I… Continue reading Ultimate Unstuffed Cabbage Rolls
Raid your fridge to make this simple dump-and-go slowcooker meal. Chicken, cheese, salsa with all the fixings on top make for a perfect entree.
Gumbo made easy by making it in the crockpot. Use chicken, shrimp and sausage to add extra flavor to the Cajun-tomato broth!
A slow-cooker pot roast that is perfect for the mushroom fans in your family.
Whip out the slow cooker to make this appetizer/snack. Baby portobellos stuffed with cheese, spinach and artichokes are perfect for a party!