Last week I shared my go-to crockpot recipe in this post, and yesterday I wrote about six more that I’ve been enjoying this fall over at Liberating Working Moms… Can you really go wrong with a crockpot?!?
Today, I’m posting some of YOUR favorites that were shared on my blog Facebook page a while back… Thank you to all who contributed!!
Chicken Caesar Wraps – from Trista Yopp (Recipe originally found at The Girl Who Ate Everything.)
Cover three chicken breasts with water and cook on low for eight hours. After work, remove and shred chicken and discard remaining water. Then return chicken the crockpot and stir in 1/2 cup of Caesar dressing plus a 1/2 cup of parmesan cheese. Serve in wraps with chopped romaine, croutons, and a little extra dressing & cheese.
Italian Beef Sandwiches – from Stephanie Garrett (Recipe originally found in 5 Ingredient Cookbook: Taste of Home Books)
Add a beef roast, one packet of italian salad dressing mix, and water or beef broth to cover to your crockpot and cook all day on low. Just before dinner, shred the beef and add banana peppers. Serve on sub rolls with provolone cheese.
Mexican Chicken – from Carey Mottett (Recipe originally found at True Life Kitchen)
Cook chicken breasts, one can of Rotel, a packet of ranch dressing mix, a can of black beans (undrained), a bag of frozen corn, and one package of cream cheese (cubed) for eight hours on low. Stir and pull apart chicken when ready to eat and serve in tortillas.
Bean Chili – from Jennifer Westfall Kee
Mix together one onion (chopped), two cans of diced tomatoes, four cans of any type of bean you like (kidney/black/pinto/etc.), and one packet of chili seasoning. Cook at least eight hours and serve with cheese, sour cream, etc.
Applesauce Porkchops – from Jennifer Holland (Recipe originally found at Peanut Butter Fingers)
Cover porkchops in cinnamon applesauce and let cook all day… (Also make sure to use a disposable crock pot liner – no clean up other than to throw the liner away!)
Pork Barbecue Sandwiches – from Sarah Ross-Koves
Cover a pork roast with water and cook all day. After work, shred pork and discard water. Stir in your favorite barbecue sauce and serve on buns.
If this doesn’t make you want to pull out your crockpot, I don’t know what will!! What’s your favorite? Please share!
Nikki Miller says
I need to get on the crock pot band wagon. However, we LEAVE the house some mornings at 5:30 and dont return until 4:30ish… is that too long???