*Crockpot Recipes Here*

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*Crockpot Recipes Here*
Mon, 05-30-2005 - 10:30am

Please feel free to add your favorite Crockpot recipes to this thread!

Garlic Pork Roast (Crock pot):

Crockpot Spicy Beef Roast:

Wendy's Chili (crockpot, copycat recipe):

Crockpot Shrimp Creole:

Crockpot Cheeseburgers:

Crockpot Hoisin Chicken:

Southwestern Crockpot Turkey:

Crockpot Stuffed Cabbage Soup:

Crockpot Oatmeal:

Crockpot Beef Fajitas:

Yummy Chili and Crockpot Stew recipe:

Crockpot Steak Burritos:

Crockpot Split Pea Soup:

Crockpot Mexican Beef:

Uncle John's Chili:

Mexican Pot Roast:

CP Mushroom-Barley-Lentil Casserole:

Crockpot Thai Chicken:

Crockpot Pulled-Pork Fajitas:

Chicken Tortilla Soup (slowcooker):

Crock-Pot Chicken Tortilla Soup:

Crockpot Coq au Vin:

Unstuffed Cabbage Crockpot Casserole:

Crock-Pot Chicken w/ Sun-Dried Tomatoes & Artichokes...

Quickie Crockpot Lasagna:

Message board for crock-pot cooking...

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Edited 1/29/2006 9:19 am ET by cl-cathy205

Edited 9/13/2007 4:10 pm ET by cl-cathy205


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Fri, 08-12-2005 - 8:42am

Crockpot Beans

8 Serving

This is a trouble-free method of making beans from scratch that doesn't require soaking the beans overnight. You can, however, shorten the cooking time somewhat by boiling the beans in a generous amount of water in a separate pot for 2 minutes, turning off the heat and letting the beans soak for one hour. Drain the beans, add them to the crockpot with fresh water and cook according to the recipe.

1 lb dried beans, like pinto or navy
1 onion, chopped
1 clove garlic, chopped
1 bay leaf
salt and pepper to taste

Pick through the beans to remove any stones. Rinse the beans in a colander under running water. Put the beans, onion, garlic and bay leaf in a crockpot. Fill the crockpot with water to within 1 inch of the top. Cook the beans on high heat for about 8 hours. Add salt and pepper to taste before serving.

Nutritional Information:

Per serving:
200 calories
1 g total fat (0 g sat)
0 mg cholesterol
38 g carbohydrate
12 g protein
14 g fiber
6 mg sodium

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Tue, 11-01-2005 - 6:46am
Bump - great fall recipes here!!!
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Thu, 11-17-2005 - 11:33am

Crockpot "Rotisserie" Chicken - all phases

This crock pot chicken tastes like rotisserie chicken from the deli!!!

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Thu, 11-17-2005 - 11:37am

I can't remember who originally shared this, but I think it was Cathy!

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Thu, 11-17-2005 - 1:53pm

Leslie's Chili (all Phases)

Leslie "lfbennett":

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Sun, 01-29-2006 - 9:21am

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Wed, 02-15-2006 - 7:51am

It's that time of year (for crock-pot cooking), so I am bumping this to the top!!

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Wed, 02-15-2006 - 5:36pm

Two more recipes to add:

BBQ Pulled Chicken (all phases)

3-4 lbs of skinless, boneless chicken breasts cut up
About 3/4 bottle of Carb Options or other low-sugar BBQ sauce (any that has 3g sugar or less per serving).
ground pepper
possibly other seasonings to taste

Throw together in crock pot. Before leaving for work, turn on LOW and cook for 8-10 hours (could be ready sooner, but I don't get home sooner!) When cooked, pull apart and shred the chicken with forks.

Serving options for all phases:
Serve tossed with mixed veggies.
Top a big dinner salad with a scoop of bbq chicken.

Phase 2 options:
Serve bbq in an Ezekiel 4:9 wholegrain hamburger bun. Toss a salad - dinner's ready!
Serve leftover bbq, drained, in a pita or wrap for lunch. Add crisp veggies, if desired.

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Sat, 02-18-2006 - 9:51pm
Oh my gosh....I'm sitting here, salivating over the names of these recipes!! I can hardly wait to try some of them. Yum!!!
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Fri, 03-17-2006 - 6:52am

Here's one more:

Hungarian Goulash

1-1/2 lbs. stew meat, cut into 1 inch cubes
1 large onion, chopped
2 cloves garlic, crushed
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. pepper
1/2 cup water
2 Tbs. tomato paste
1 - 2 Tbs. paprika
1/2 cup lite sour cream or plain yogurt

Place meat in slow cooker; cover with onion and garlic. In a small bowl combine salt, pepper, water, tomato paste and paprika. Pour over meat mixture. Cocer and cook on LOW 8 - 9 hours. Turn control to HIGH. Stir sour cream or yogurt into crockpot. Cook uncovered for 10 minutes until slightly thickened.

For phase 2, this can be served over whole wheat noodles.

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