I love my slow cooker for simple, delicious meals. It works on supper while the rest of us go about our day. My slow cooker is the best for back to school time, for comfort food and for batch cooking main ingredients. And I am not one for a long list of ingredients. So, lately, I’ve been going for gluten free and simple two-ingredient meals.
We really are a hodgepodge here with homemaking, homeschooling and homecooking. So, over the next little while I’ll be sharing the top posts in these categories. Today, it’s easy home cooking. Those basic, simple and delicious recipes I turn to. And each one of these is for the slow cooker: Ultimate List of Easy Slow Cooker Recipes – the top Hodgepodge post all around Overnight
I think this might possibly be the best supper ever. ~ 14-year-old If you make it, they will yum it up. This good ol’ basic recipe is also known as hamburger mess. Plus, this is also a Pinterest success story. (Thanks Julie for the pin!) I made a short cut version. I made two boxes of Kraft macaroni and cheese and cooked some ground turkey.
We are right here in the middle of 10 Days of Lasagna Learning: Teaching Multiple Ages. What’s a series on lasagna learning without a true lasagna recipe you can enjoy around your table? This is our all-time favorite slow cooker version. A definite have-to-have in the Fast Food for Slow Sundays category. A meal we enjoy at least once a month. The recipe I found
“When can we have it?” – 14-year-old “Amazingly delicious!” – 12-year-old “This is a dream!” – six-year-old “Mmm. mmm. mmm. mmm. mmmm,” was all I heard from nine-year-old. This Blueberry Pound Cake is my first instagram success story. Kristin shared a photo of her blueberry pound cake. It looked so delicious I asked for the recipe. Click over to Kristin’s From the Stacks for the
Yes, indeed you can make potato salad with hashbrowns. It’s a perfect recipe for Easter, a spring or summer family gathering or Fast Food for Slow Sundays. This recipe is from Southern Plate and Christy shows you step-by-step how to make these delicious potatoes. Nana made it for us one recent Sunday. For the recipe: Just click over to Shortcut Tater Salad. For more Sunday
We enjoyed this wonderful cake after our lunch last Sunday. The easy recipe is from Taste of Home. I did make two adjustments. I put the Heath bars in the food processor to make fine crumbs. For allergy-friendliness, I only put the Heath bars on half the cake. Yum. *Click over to Taste of Home for the Toffee Poke Cake recipe. For more Sunday lunch
Frugal. Delicious. Will feed a crowd. But most of all – easy. These muffins are so simple to make and have such wide appeal, they’ve easily become a go-to recipe in our home. You’ve likely seen the chocolate version. But what about the spice cake version? I was surprised at how many my teenagers gobbled up! I’m sharing the recipe variations at $5 Dinners. Click