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    do y'all have any recipes for crockpots?
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    I got tons, and there are quite a few listed in the recepie section.
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    The only thing I've used mine for so far is roast. I set it on Low from 8-4, add 1/2 cup of water, add my veggies and meat. It sits there and cooks all day, so when 4pm comes around it is ssssooo good!
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    i've made pepper steak, stew (which is tonight )
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    I don't have exact recipies but I cook almost everything in it.
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    Scalloped Potatoes

    Cut up about 8 potatoes...diced or sliced
    2 cans of cream of chicken soup
    shredded cheese
    ham
    milk
    onion sliced and diced

    just add in the crockpot as such, potatoes, onion, soup (chunck), ham, and cheese. Just layer it. Add milk and cook for about 8 hours on low. YUMMY!
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    I have loads too & I just bought a new cookbook for more recipes
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    I do lots of roast, chicken, fajita porkchops, pulled BBQ beef and pork for sandwiches, spaghetti and meatballs
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    I use my crock pot all the time! I Love it, I would never have surivived the first few weeks as a new mommy without one thats for sure!!

    A few of my simple and easy favorites are:


    Crock Pot CHicken
    1 whole chicken
    seasoning salt
    mccormic grillers garlic and onion

    Season chicken with the above seasonings. Put into pot and cook on low for about 6 hours for a tender falling off the bone meat. Serve with potatoes and gravy. You can use left over chicken and the broth for chicken noodle soup. Just add veggies, egg noodles, the left over chicken/broth and 1 can extra broth plus a handful of celery salt. Its a two for one deal!


    Slow Steak:

    Flour
    Seasonings of your choice
    round steaks


    Mix seasonings into flour. Roll steaks into flour, put into pot and cook. DO NOT ADD WATER!! This will ruin the recipe. As the steak cooks it creates its own gravy. Its absolutely delecious, melts in your mouth.

    I will post some more later when I have more time
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    Bunkie, those sound absolutely delicious

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