It is THE time of year for slow cooking. For simple recipes. We all need to get back in a routine so there is not much time for cooking meals. And with cooler weather we are often craving some comfort food at our house.
So I have put together a round up of the top easy Hodgepodge recipes. Those YOU viewed the most often. Enjoy!
Ultimate List of Easy Slow Cooker Recipes – by far one of THE all-time most popular posts here at Hodgepodge.
Overnight Slow Cooker Grits Recipe – this is a favorite for Christmas, for Sunday brunch for for breakfast for supper.
Easy Mac and Beef Casserole Recipe – this is the one that my son decided made him like casseroles the best.
Slow Cooker Hamburgers – one of those made up recipes that has been super easy and made life that way too.
Simple Two Ingredient Slow Cooker Meals – a round up of all our favorites for the slow cooker – with just two ingredients!
Southern Cheese Straws Recipe – a classic for any ladies luncheon or just because.
Reindeer Mix a.k.a. White Christmas Snack – this is yummy year ’round and easy to take to any gathering.
Cucumber and Vinegar Salad – frugal and definitely a summer favorite!
Slow Cooker Old Bay Chicken – Yes! rotisserie chicken in the slow cooker feeds everybody.
Slow Cooker Spinach Lasagna Recipe – because lasagna is for always.
How about a FREE Slow Cooker Batch Cooking ebook??…this simple slow cooker strategy will help you save supper! And save money! Make family meal time simple and avoid spending big bucks on delivery or drive thru. How to batch cook ground turkey, beef and chicken in the slow cooker.
Follow Tricia’s board Slow Cooker Recipes on Pinterest.
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More coming this week!
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- Top Hodgepodge Recipes for Feeding the Family
- Top Hodgepodge Art Tutorials
Which recipe will you try first?
We do a lot of slow cooker meals during the planting and harvest times when it’s just not feasible to spend the time cooking. What I love about slow cooker meals is that many of them can be put in a cast iron pot/dutch oven and cooked in the woodstove during the cold weather (oh yeah, it was only -26 when I got up this morning). I pinned the grits awhile ago and as soon as I get some, I’m going to see if it will work cooking over night as we let the cookstove go out while the other is lit. Should keep enough heat to finish by morning? Ever tried this? We’ll see if it works…
Deborah – (-26 BURR!) Well, I cannot guarantee results since I have not tested them myself but I sure hope you will share how the grits turn out. Sounds like a wonderfully, delicious way of cooking.