CrockPot Recipe Roundup!

There is simply nothing like dumping putting dinner in the crockpot in the morning, forgetting about it all day and then enjoying the ease and simplicity (and deliciousness) of a slow cooked meal when dinner time arrives.

My sweet friend Connie from Smockity Frocks is having a CrockPot Recipe carnival!  So, to make it easy for you, my wonderful readers, and new friendly peeps stopping by, I decided to combine all my slow cooker recipes in one post!  Awesome, right?

Slow Cooker Sweet Potatoes

Savory Chicken Breasts (with Sweet Potatoes & Roasted Veggies)

Easy Beef and Bean Dip


Amazing Baked Potato Soup!

Do you use a CrockPot?  What is your favorite recipe to make in a CrockPot?

For more Crockpot inspiration be sure to visit Smockity Frocks!
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  1. says

    Thanks for the all of the slow cooker recipes. I ADORE my slow cooker and use it at least once a week, if not twice a week. My motto is: if can’t be assembled during the kids’ naptime, then it’s not a recipe for me!
    My family loves this easy, healthy turkey chili in the slow cooker. I serve it over whole wheat spaghetti noodles with sour cream and cheese for my little ones and they love it!
    .-= Holly T.´s last blog ..Menu Plan: Week of 2/22/10 =-.

  2. says

    I love using the Crockpot! It’s great for taking on vacation too. My favorite meal to cook in the crock is just a basic roast with veggies. So Easy! Just dump in a roast, toss on some seasoning(whatever you like), and thrown in some veggies(again, whatever you have on hand- I usually have carrots, potatoes, & onions).
    .-= Holly´s last blog ..New! $20 in Printable Kraft coupons at =-.

  3. Chrissy says

    I would have to say a whole chicken in the crock-pot is my favorite !! It’s not only a meal for that night but the extras are enough for another meal another night :-)

  4. says

    Best crockpot recipe:

    ~3-4 chicken breasts
    ~1 can of corn
    ~1 can of black beans
    ~1 jar of salsa
    – 8 oz cream cheese

    Put everything but the cream cheese in the crockpot and cook on low all day. 1/2 hour before serving, add cream cheese.
    Serve with corn chips or over rice.

    In my opinion, cream cheese makes everything better :]

      • Shannon says


        You must be one with the pork. I just make sure to trim off as much pudge as I can. I try to keep the calorie count to a minimum… Lord knows, I need to…lol. Have a blessed day !!!



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