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Customer avatarBy:CrockPotGirl
From:Phoenix, AZ, USA
Gender: Female
Age: 35 to 44
Posted: October 8, 2014
Slow Cooker Apple Pie
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A delicious bite of Slow Cooker Apple Pie.
A delicious bite of Slow Cooker Apple Pie.
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I love apples and this is the perfect time of the year for tasty apple pie!
Years ago, my mother-in-law Marsha shared her "famous" apple pie recipe with me. While Marsha's apple pie is delicious, I knew there had to be a way that I could slow cook it and not heat up my entire house (I'm not big on using the oven!) So after several attempts, I was able to perfect this apple pie recipe in my 3 1/2 quart slow cooker. If you'd like more servings, you can double the recipe and use a Crock-Pot® Casserole Crock™.
Happy Crocking!
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Customer avatarBy:CrockPotGirl
From:Phoenix, AZ, USA
Gender: Female
Age: 35 to 44
Posted: September 3, 2014
Seasoned Pork Chops with Honey Mustard Sauce
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I love pork chops in the slow cooker! There are so many different ways they can be prepared and one of my new favorite ways is with a delicious honey mustard sauce. If you're short on time, you can simply stir in the additional sauce ingredients - mustard and honey (skip the wine) right in the slow cooker after the chops are done cooking. Either way, this tasty recipe is sure to be a hit with your family!
TIP: Be sure the slow cooker is 1/2-2/3 full to prevent the pork chops from overcooking.
Happy Crocking!
xoxo - Jenn
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Customer avatarBy:CrockPotGirl
From:Phoenix, AZ, USA
Gender: Female
Age: 35 to 44
Posted: September 3, 2014
Apple & Brie Stuffed Chicken
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This Apple & Brie Stuffed Chicken has many of my favorite ingredients - the flavors go well together and the white wine sauce on top just adds the perfect velvety finish! This is a chicken dish that will wow your family!
I used a gala apple, but you can use any apple type of your choice.
Happy Crocking!
xoxo - Jenn
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Customer avatarBy:CrockPotGirl
From:Phoenix, AZ, USA
Gender: Female
Age: 35 to 44
Posted: August 7, 2014
Slow Cooker Apple Oatmeal
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Slow Cooker Apple Oatmeal is one of my family's favorite breakfasts! I recommend doubling the recipe as you can easily add a bit of milk to leftovers and reheat (for breakfast another day or even dessert!)
If you want to wake up to this deliciousness in your slow cooker, you can do what I do: prep the ingredients before going to bed, then set the alarm and get up to place everything in the slow cooker 5-6 hours before you want to eat breakfast. (I just go back to bed and let my slow cooker do all the magic!) Waking up to the aroma of Slow Cooker Apple Oatmeal is such a nice treat. I hope your family loves this as much as mine!
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Customer avatarBy:CrockPotGirl
From:Phoenix, AZ, USA
Gender: Female
Age: 35 to 44
Posted: July 28, 2014
Slow Cooker Asian Steak
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Making an Asian-inspired dish in the slow cooker is so easy with this versatile sauce. I've used these ingredient combinations on beef, chicken and pork and it's always delicious. This is the recipe I use when making steak in the slow cooker. This recipe can easily be doubled! I always make extra and sauté leftover steak pieces with the sauce in a skillet with steamed broccoli and serve over rice. (two meals in one pot!)
NOTE: You can also place all ingredients except onions in a 1-gallon plastic bag and marinate overnight. The next day place the sliced onions in the slow cooker, pour ingredients from bag over top and follow cooking directions.
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Customer avatarBy:CrockPotGirl
From:Phoenix, AZ, USA
Gender: Female
Age: 35 to 44
Posted: July 8, 2014
Cherry Sloppy Joes
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I recently visited Traverse City, MI which some people call the Cherry Capital of the World. I had just about everything imaginable made from cherries from jams, salsa, pie and even a cherry hamburger! When I returned home I was inspired by my visit and I created these delicious Cherry Sloppy Joes. Sloppy Joes are a summer staple at our house and I figured since everything is great with cherries, why not put them in Sloppy Joes?! Happy Crocking!
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Customer avatarBy:CrockPotGirl
From:Phoenix, AZ, USA
Gender: Female
Age: 35 to 44
Posted: June 30, 2014
The Most Amazing Meatballs Ever!
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The Most Amazing Meatballs Ever!
The Most Amazing Meatballs Ever!
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We've all had meatballs at a party and while there are some decent options when it comes to frozen meatballs, once you make this recipe you'll always make them homemade! It's actually quite simple yet the extra effort is definitely worth it. Make them for your next potluck and you'll see what I mean!
I used the new Stovetop-Safe DuraCeramic™ Cooking Pot from Crock-Pot® to make this a one-pot dish! (brown, cook & serve all from the same pot!)
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Customer avatarBy:CrockPotGirl
From:Phoenix, AZ, USA
Gender: Female
Age: 35 to 44
Posted: June 2, 2014
Slow Cooker Banana Cake
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I recently needed to use up some VERY ripe bananas at my house and instead of my same-old-banana bread recipe; I kicked it up a notch and made BANANA CAKE! I brought this to the neighborhood Bunco game, and everyone loved this and took home leftovers. NOTE: If you want to top with sliced bananas, do so just before serving or they will turn brown.
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Customer avatarBy:CrockPotGirl
From:Phoenix, AZ, USA
Gender: Female
Age: 35 to 44
Posted: May 30, 2014
Slow Cooker Cheesy Enchilada Stack
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Slow Cooker Cheesy Enchilada Stack
Slow Cooker Cheesy Enchilada Stack
I love going out for Mexican food and I almost always order Cheese Enchiladas so I decided to make this dish in my slow cooker. It’s inexpensive and easy to make at home. I added black beans for texture and to make it a little more filling. I serve these Cheesy Enchilada Stacks topped with a dollop of sour cream and freshly chopped tomatoes. You may even enjoy them with black olives.
Note: If desired, add cooked shredded chicken or ground beef with more sauce to the layers.
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Customer avatarBy:CrockPotGirl
From:Phoenix, AZ, USA
Gender: Female
Age: 35 to 44
Posted: May 16, 2014
Homemade Slow Cooked Peach Cobbler
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It’s peach season and recently I was able to get some of the freshest, juiciest peaches at a local farmer’s market! I knew I to create a special recipe for my family and I hope your family loves this fresh peach cobbler as much as mine did.
(Note: The easiest way to peel peaches is to score an "x" on the bottom of the peaches then place in boiling water for 1 minute. Then place peaches in a bowl of ice water for three minutes. The skin will then easily peel off!)
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