Talk about a perfectly easy recipe to make a large amount of and share on Sunday for lunch! Talk about frugal! Make potato soup on Friday or Saturday and warm it up for the masses. Or toss all the ingredients in the slow cooker and let it cook most of the day. I double it for our crowd. Because then we can have it for
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Another favorite recipe we enjoy from Hillbilly Housewife. We double the amounts for our family. Click over for the recipe. For more Sunday lunch ideas – that can be enjoyed any day of the week, see the other recipes posted here in the Fast Food for Slow Sundays category or Fast Food for Slow Sundays at Habits for a Happy Home. YUM!
This time of year always calls for a little comfort food. Slow cooker and easy is best! —–> This recipe by $5 Dinners is called Slow Cooker Chicken and Cornbread Dumplings. You can make it with refrigerator canned biscuits and it turns out like chicken pot pie. So simple for Sunday lunch. You might even have the ingredients on hand. How about some some dessert
The essence of summer – peaches. Smoothies made with our homemade yogurt. I have timed it the last several times I’ve made the yogurt so that it will be our breakfast the next day. Oh how slow cooker yogurt has changed our lives! Smoothies! Just pour your fresh yogurt into your blender. Add your choice of fresh fruit. Middle Girl likes a touch of vanilla.
When Grandma and Grandpa retired out west a little bit ago, we got a few things from their pantry. One was a loaf of rye bread. So, I tapped my head, “think, think, think” and tried to figure out how I could get these children to eat it. They are very good about eating my homemade bread but I wasn’t sure about rye. So I
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